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Staying to the bitter end! But, in case you want to follow me to greener pastures here are the networks I am trying out now:
Pluspora: jirikiha@pluspora.com
MeWe: https://mewe.com/i/jirikiha
Mastodon: https://mastodon.cloud/@Jirikiha
Others TBD
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Geek Question of the Day: Sure it might not have worked out so well for the crew of the Discovery, but let's see how you fared as I ask; *What would be your review of the state-of-the-art HAL-9000 smart home you had installed a week ago?* As always, positive or negative reviews are both encouraged Dave. #gqotd

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Check your registration early, check often. So you can vote!

Via +Lisa Borel
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Another delicious looking recipe!

Chocolate Fudge "Blackout" Cake

Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate in this blackout cake. Deep fudge cake with a chocolate pudding-like filling topped with thick chocolate ganache and dark cake crumbs.

Face your fears and respond wisely bite by bite as you read +David Amerland's Sunday Read: Responses http://bit.ly/2CK8A1N
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Maths meets art!
The link shows four in-progress views of a hand-drawn dual pair of a Voronoi diagram and Delaunay triangulation. Doing the Delaunay part first does seem like the right way to do it, even if what you want is only the Voronoi diagram, since that way the triangles guide you in making the bisectors meet in the right places. Some of the dual pairs of edges seem a bit non-perpendicular in this example, though...
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Hmm. This looks tasty. Maybe add gelatin for a jello treat?
I feel like this would be better with something that isn't grape juice, but I'm not sure what I'd suggest. Anyway, it's pretty!
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I have to admit I almost wish someone had offered me drugs in high school. DARE prepared me so well to just say no, but I never got the chance!
LOL, I stared at this without any idea for a few minutes. Then I laughed my ass off. Holy crap am I old. This is why I'm already missing G+
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