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Nicolas Couture has been at 1 events

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The White House2,603,518In his State of the Union address, President Obama outlined his plan for a thriving middle class and a strong America. The President's plan focuses on making America a magnet for jobs and manufacturing, equipping every American with the skills they need to do those jobs, and ensuring that hard work leads to a decent living.On Thursday, February 14th, President Obama will join the latest in a series of "Fireside Hangouts" – a 21st century take on FDR’s famous radio addresses – to talk about his State of the Union Address. During the +Google+ hangout, the President will answer questions from Americans across the country about the issues and policies laid out in the speech.Watch the hangout live on Thursday, February 14th at 4:50 p.m. ET on the +The White House Google+ page, at http://youtube.com/whitehouse, and at http://wh.govLearn more about the State of the Union, then share your Citizen Response at http://wh.gov/SOTU#firesidehangout   #SOTU  State of the Union: Fireside Hangout with President Obama2013-02-14 22:50:0034196 

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2013-11-11 01:59:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2013-11-02 19:58:21 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Windows' sc command help output:

NOTE: The option name includes the equal sign (example -type=something ....)

A space is required between the equal and the value (really!?!?!?)

Assuming I'm smart enough to figure out how to use a windows command without reading its entire help output = lost battle.

Windows' sc command help output:

NOTE: The option name includes the equal sign (example -type=something ....)

A space is required between the equal and the value (really!?!?!?)

Assuming I'm smart enough to figure out how to use a windows command without reading its entire help output = lost battle.___

2013-10-29 22:27:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2013-10-14 13:32:16 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2013-10-08 13:52:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2013-09-05 01:29:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Recommendation personnelle, son boeuf, son porc et ses saucisses sont vraiment délicieuses!

http://plus.lapresse.ca/screens/4c77-1fc8-52210178-97c8-05b3ac1c606d|_0

#montreal  

Recommendation personnelle, son boeuf, son porc et ses saucisses sont vraiment délicieuses!

http://plus.lapresse.ca/screens/4c77-1fc8-52210178-97c8-05b3ac1c606d|_0

#montreal  ___

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2013-07-28 02:52:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

We may never know all the people who chose to help build the National Security Agency’s unlawful spying apparatus. And we may never know all the ethical people who turned down contracts for the NSA because they did not want to support mass surveillance without warrants. But we can and should laud individual engineers like Bonneau, who used his talents to promote effective network security and his platform to take a public stance against the NSA’s unchecked surveillance program.

We may never know all the people who chose to help build the National Security Agency’s unlawful spying apparatus. And we may never know all the ethical people who turned down contracts for the NSA because they did not want to support mass surveillance without warrants. But we can and should laud individual engineers like Bonneau, who used his talents to promote effective network security and his platform to take a public stance against the NSA’s unchecked surveillance program.___

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2013-07-24 01:04:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

One thing I'll remember from reading this article: Richard Stallman's picture. 

http://wenshanren.org/?p=418

One thing I'll remember from reading this article: Richard Stallman's picture. 

http://wenshanren.org/?p=418___

2013-05-23 03:20:45 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The brave Knight approached the Wizard with some caution, because it was the first time he'd been in an analogy.

"Oh mighty Wizard of Os!" he cried, beseechingly.

"Yup?" said the Wizard.

The Knight raised an eyebrow.

"Approach, brave Knight?" tried the Wizard.

The Knight lowered the eyebrow, and nodded briefly, before speaking again.

"My quest is for a Fairy Of Destiny, and I seek your wisdom," he said.

The Wizard, now fully warmed up, waved an arm dramatically, saying, "A most noble quest. What advice may I give you?"

"Where shall I find a Fairy Of Destiny, and how shall I know it is she?"

The Knight paused, pensively.

"Or possibly he," he added.

The Wizard nodded, thoughtfully.

"It is a difficult... more »

The brave Knight approached the Wizard with some caution, because it was the first time he'd been in an analogy.

"Oh mighty Wizard of Os!" he cried, beseechingly.

"Yup?" said the Wizard.

The Knight raised an eyebrow.

"Approach, brave Knight?" tried the Wizard.

The Knight lowered the eyebrow, and nodded briefly, before speaking again.

"My quest is for a Fairy Of Destiny, and I seek your wisdom," he said.

The Wizard, now fully warmed up, waved an arm dramatically, saying, "A most noble quest. What advice may I give you?"

"Where shall I find a Fairy Of Destiny, and how shall I know it is she?"

The Knight paused, pensively.

"Or possibly he," he added.

The Wizard nodded, thoughtfully.

"It is a difficult task. You must traverse the Maze Of Ip."

"The Maze Of Ip? Is that not full of twisty turny passages?" the Knight asked, aghast.

"Yes," agreed the Wizard.

"And are they not all alike?"

"They would be, if it weren't for the fact that Activision might sue us," the Wizard mused.

"Then how shall I find my way?"

"You must ask the, erm, Sages Of Dns."

"How did you pronounce that again?" asked the Knight, caught off-balance.

"Dns," said the Wizard, more clearly.

"Right," said the Knight, thinking, "And these Sages of..."

He stopped for a moment, and then continued.

"These Sages are trustworthy guides through the Maze Of Ip?"

"Most of the time. Well. The Sages, they're not evil per-se," said the Wizard, "but the problem is that they're old, and can sometimes be confused by evil forces. Some of them, however, are the younger Sages Of Dnssec, too, and those ones are always trustworthy, as they carry the Wards Of Crypto."

"Oh," said the Knight, "so I may trust the directions from the Sages Of Dnssec, but not those of the Sages Of Dns?"

"Right."

"So how do I know if I have truly found a Fairy Of Destiny?" asked the Knight.

"Well, every Fairy has a Magic Certificate, granted to it by one of the Fairy Lords Of Ca," explained the Wizard, "and upon this Magic Certificate is inscribed the Names of the Fairy. These, too, are protected against the forces of evil by the Wards Of Crypto."

"These Wards Of Crypto are indeed powerful beyond understanding. But, tell me, why the capitalization on Name?" asked the Knight.

"Many Names can be written upon a Magic Certificate. So a Fairy Of Destiny may have that Name upon her - or possibly his - Magic Certificate. Another type of Name is the directions from the Sages Of Dns."

"So which Name should I be looking for - any of them?" asked the Knight, wishing he had opted for dragon slaying, which seemed an altogether simpler career.

"You may look for either the Name of that which you seek, or a Name you have been given by a trustworthy Sage."

"And so as long as the Magic Certificate has the right Name on it, and has been granted by a Fairy Lord Of Ca, then I shall know the Fairy to be true?"

"Not just any Lord, but a trustworthy one. Here," said the Wizard, "I'll give you a list," and handed the Knight a large piece of paper, with a list of the trustworthy Fairy Lords Of Ca. On the top, were two pictures, one of a Trust, and one of an Anchor.

"I always wondered how you drew a Trust," said the Knight, and thanked the Wizard.

"Don't mention it. Just remember, you must only extend your trust when protected by the Wards Of Crypto."

"Except in your case, right?"

"Well, obviously," harrumphed the Wizard, looking slightly peeved.

And with that, the Knight went on his way.

From that day forth, no evil Fairy could defeat him.

Some fairies tried to present him with Magic Certificates they had simply granted themselves, but he laughed at them.

Some fairies confused the Sages Of Dns, and the presented Magic Certificates telling him he'd followed these wrong directions perfectly well - but though he knew these Magic Certificates had been granted by the Fairy Lords on his Trust Anchor list, they did not have the Name which he sought.

But one Fairy had the Name of the Fairy Of Destiny upon his, or possibly her, Magic Certificate, and this Fairy the Knight knew to be true.

And another Fairy had the Name the Sages Of Dnssec had given him upon her, or possibly his, Magic Certificate, and so the brave Knight knew this Fairy was a true Fairy Of Destiny too.

And so they all lived happily ever after.

Until the Quantum Dragon arrived and destroyed the Wards Of Crypto.

[With thanks to +Matthew Miller for reviewing and commenting]___

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2013-04-22 21:20:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Reinventing Regulation

I'm doing a Google+ Hangout next week (April 23, 11 am PT) on a subject that I've been thinking about for a while: how should government regulation be updated for the 21st century?  Regulation has a bad name, largely because it is so easy to think of so many examples where it's done badly. When regulatory systems work, we take them for granted.

For example, without the "regulation" imposed by anti-spam efforts on the net, email would be unusable, search results would be useless, and reasonable discussions on blogs and other online forums impossible. Without the regulatory efforts of credit card fraud detection, e-commerce would be impossible. Without the regulatory efforts of the fuel injection system in your car, the traffic control system on a subway system, or the autopilot in an aircraft, transportation would be reduced to a... more »

Reinventing Regulation

I'm doing a Google+ Hangout next week (April 23, 11 am PT) on a subject that I've been thinking about for a while: how should government regulation be updated for the 21st century?  Regulation has a bad name, largely because it is so easy to think of so many examples where it's done badly. When regulatory systems work, we take them for granted.

For example, without the "regulation" imposed by anti-spam efforts on the net, email would be unusable, search results would be useless, and reasonable discussions on blogs and other online forums impossible. Without the regulatory efforts of credit card fraud detection, e-commerce would be impossible. Without the regulatory efforts of the fuel injection system in your car, the traffic control system on a subway system, or the autopilot in an aircraft, transportation would be reduced to a crawl.

Each of these positive regulatory examples teaches us something about how to reinvent government regulation.  That's a topic I'll be exploring in conversation with +Matt Cutts of the Google Search team, Sophie Raseman of the US Department of Treasury, and +Brandon Ballinger, the co-founder of Sift Science, an anti-fraud internet startup.

(It's also worth thinking about how Amazon ratings, eBay reputation, NetFlix recommendations, Yelp reviews, and other reputation systems are also examples of regulatory systems that can potentially replace, augment, or transform our notion of the regulator as gatekeeper or policeman into a notion of a system that helps us get where we want to go.)

I don't have answers. I do have questions. I'm hoping that I can get a whole lot of people, both inside and outside government, thinking with me.___

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2013-03-23 11:52:32 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Using Python to code by voice. "Two years ago I developed a case of Emacs Pinkie (RSI) so severe my hands went numb and I could no longer type or work. Desperate, I tried voice recognition. At first programming with it was painfully slow but, as I couldn't type, I persevered. After several months of vocab tweaking and duct-tape coding in Python and Emacs Lisp, I had a system that enabled me to code faster and more efficiently by voice than I ever had by hand."

Using Python to code by voice. "Two years ago I developed a case of Emacs Pinkie (RSI) so severe my hands went numb and I could no longer type or work. Desperate, I tried voice recognition. At first programming with it was painfully slow but, as I couldn't type, I persevered. After several months of vocab tweaking and duct-tape coding in Python and Emacs Lisp, I had a system that enabled me to code faster and more efficiently by voice than I ever had by hand."___

2013-03-20 22:06:58 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Dizzying but invisible depth

You just went to the Google home page.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit of about how browsers work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play HTTP, HTML, CSS, ECMAscript, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just connected your computer to www.google.com.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit about how networks work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play DNS, TCP, UDP, IP, Wifi, Ethernet, DOCSIS, OC, SONET, and more. Those are actually such incredibly... more »

Dizzying but invisible depth

You just went to the Google home page.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit of about how browsers work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play HTTP, HTML, CSS, ECMAscript, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just connected your computer to www.google.com.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit about how networks work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play DNS, TCP, UDP, IP, Wifi, Ethernet, DOCSIS, OC, SONET, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just typed www.google.com in the location bar of your browser.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit about how operating systems work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play a kernel, a USB host stack, an input dispatcher, an event handler, a font hinter, a sub-pixel rasterizer, a windowing system, a graphics driver, and more, all of those written in high-level languages that get processed by compilers, linkers, optimizers, interpreters, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just pressed a key on your keyboard.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know about bit about how input peripherals work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play a power regulator, a debouncer, an input multiplexer, a USB device stack, a USB hub stack, all of that implemented in a single chip. That chip is built around thinly sliced wafers of highly purified single-crystal silicon ingot, doped with minute quantities of other atoms that are blasted into the crystal structure, interconnected with multiple layers of aluminum or copper, that are deposited according to patterns of high-energy ultraviolet light that are focused to a precision of a fraction of a micron, connected to the outside world via thin gold wires, all inside a packaging made of a dimensionally and thermally stable resin. The doping patterns and the interconnects implement transistors, which are grouped together to create logic gates. In some parts of the chip, logic gates are combined to create arithmetic and bitwise functions, which are combined to create an ALU. In another part of the chip, logic gates are combined into bistable loops, which are lined up into rows, which are combined with selectors to create a register bank. In another part of the chip, logic gates are combined into bus controllers and instruction decoders and microcode to create an execution scheduler. In another part of the chip, they're combined into address and data multiplexers and timing circuitry to create a memory controller. There's even more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Can we simplify further?

In fact, very scarily, no, we can't. We can barely comprehend the complexity of a single chip in a computer keyboard, and yet there's no simpler level. The next step takes us to the software that is used to design the chip's logic, and that software itself has a level of complexity that requires to go back to the top of the loop.

Today's computers are so complex that they can only be designed and manufactured with slightly less complex computers. In turn the computers used for the design and manufacture are so complex that they themselves can only be designed and manufactured with slightly less complex computers. You'd have to go through many such loops to get back to a level that could possibly be re-built from scratch.

Once you start to understand how our modern devices work and how they're created, it's impossible to not be dizzy about the depth of everything that's involved, and to not be in awe about the fact that they work at all, when Murphy's law says that they simply shouldn't possibly work.

For non-technologists, this is all a black box. That is a great success of technology: all those layers of complexity are entirely hidden and people can use them without even knowing that they exist at all. That is the reason why many people can find computers so frustrating to use: there are so many things that can possibly go wrong that some of them inevitably will, but the complexity goes so deep that it's impossible for most users to be able to do anything about any error.

That is also why it's so hard for technologists and non-technologists to communicate together: technologists know too much about too many layers and non-technologists know too little about too few layers to be able to establish effective direct communication. The gap is so large that it's not even possible any more to have a single person be an intermediate between those two groups, and that's why e.g. we end up with those convoluted technical support call centers and their multiple tiers. Without such deep support structures, you end up with the frustrating situation that we see when end users have access to a bug database that is directly used by engineers: neither the end users nor the engineers get the information that they need to accomplish their goals.

That is why the mainstream press and the general population has talked so much about Steve Jobs' death and comparatively so little about Dennis Ritchie's: Steve's influence was at a layer that most people could see, while Dennis' was much deeper. On the one hand, I can imagine where the computing world would be without the work that Jobs did and the people he inspired: probably a bit less shiny, a bit more beige, a bit more square. Deep inside, though, our devices would still work the same way and do the same things. On the other hand, I literally can't imagine where the computing world would be without the work that Ritchie did and the people he inspired. By the mid 80s, Ritchie's influence had taken over, and even back then very little remained of the pre-Ritchie world.

Finally, last but not least, that is why our patent system is broken: technology has done such an amazing job at hiding its complexity that the people regulating and running the patent system are barely even aware of the complexity of what they're regulating and running. That's the ultimate bikeshedding: just like the proverbial discussions in the town hall about a nuclear power plant end up being about the paint color for the plant's bike shed, the patent discussions about modern computing systems end up being about screen sizes and icon ordering, because in both cases those are the only aspect that the people involved in the discussion are capable of discussing, even though they are irrelevant to the actual function of the overall system being discussed.

CC:BY 3.0___

2013-03-15 02:25:03 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

http://funcall.blogspot.sg/2009/03/not-lisp-again.html

http://funcall.blogspot.sg/2009/03/not-lisp-again.html___

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2013-03-02 03:14:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2013-02-17 03:59:15 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Playing +Ingress on a Saturday night in Montreal...

Playing +Ingress on a Saturday night in Montreal...___

2013-02-15 05:12:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

http://pyfound.blogspot.ca/2013/02/python-trademark-at-risk-in-europe-we.html

http://pyfound.blogspot.ca/2013/02/python-trademark-at-risk-in-europe-we.html___

2013-01-07 16:31:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

ETAOIN SRHLDCU

When Research@Google was young, we memorized the top English letter frequencies (ETAOINSHRDLU) and put them to good use, spending countless hours solving cryptograms.

Those frequencies date from 1965, when Mark Mayzner painstakingly tabulated 20,000 words from newspapers, magazines, and books.  

Google has now scanned over two trillion words—eight orders of magnitude more. Recently, Mark contacted Googler Peter Norvig to suggest that he use the Google Books Ngram corpus (http://books.google.com/ngrams) to perform an updated analysis for English.  The results are at http://norvig.com/mayzner.html.

Some highlights:
- R, L, and C are more common than originally thought.
- The average English word is 4.79 letters long.
- The most common 4-gram is "tion".
- The most common 7-gram is "present".
-The ... more »

ETAOIN SRHLDCU

When Research@Google was young, we memorized the top English letter frequencies (ETAOINSHRDLU) and put them to good use, spending countless hours solving cryptograms.

Those frequencies date from 1965, when Mark Mayzner painstakingly tabulated 20,000 words from newspapers, magazines, and books.  

Google has now scanned over two trillion words—eight orders of magnitude more. Recently, Mark contacted Googler Peter Norvig to suggest that he use the Google Books Ngram corpus (http://books.google.com/ngrams) to perform an updated analysis for English.  The results are at http://norvig.com/mayzner.html.

Some highlights:
- R, L, and C are more common than originally thought.
- The average English word is 4.79 letters long.
- The most common 4-gram is "tion".
- The most common 7-gram is "present".
- The most common 9-gram is "different".

If anyone wants to perform a similar analysis for other languages, let Research@Google know—the data for German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Hebrew, and Russian is available for download at http://storage.googleapis.com/books/ngrams/books/datasetsv2.html.___

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2012-10-29 23:31:32 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2012-09-25 02:36:58 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

顕微鏡下の世界

Meet the superbugs... The Donnie Darko lookalike, the velvet mite than can grow up to 2cm long and the indestructible 'bear' that can even survive in space



顕微鏡下の世界

Meet the superbugs... The Donnie Darko lookalike, the velvet mite than can grow up to 2cm long and the indestructible 'bear' that can even survive in space

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2012-09-14 20:14:40 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2012-09-12 21:36:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

This is the tissue holder that sits at my desk at work.  I made it back when I worked at Apple, where I kept it on my desk. It got a lot of laughs and fun comments from people who would visit.

One day, however, a Very Senior Person in sales walked by my desk, saw it, and just about lost their shit, so it went into storage for a while.  Some people take themselves too seriously :-)

#MacCube #awesomeness   #retro   #tissue  

This is the tissue holder that sits at my desk at work.  I made it back when I worked at Apple, where I kept it on my desk. It got a lot of laughs and fun comments from people who would visit.

One day, however, a Very Senior Person in sales walked by my desk, saw it, and just about lost their shit, so it went into storage for a while.  Some people take themselves too seriously :-)

#MacCube #awesomeness   #retro   #tissue  ___

2012-09-10 21:38:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Some patterns for fast Python. Know any others?

- Avoid overengineering datastructures. Tuples are better than objects (try namedtuple too though). Prefer simple fields over getter/setter functions.

- Built-in datatypes are your friends. Use more numbers, strings, tuples, lists, sets, dicts. Also check out the collections library, esp. deque.

- Be suspicious of function/method calls; creating a stack frame is expensive.

- Don't write Java (or C++, or Javascript, ...) in Python.

- Are you sure it's too slow? Profile before optimizing!

- The universal speed-up is rewriting small bits of code in C. Do this only when all else fails.

Some patterns for fast Python. Know any others?

- Avoid overengineering datastructures. Tuples are better than objects (try namedtuple too though). Prefer simple fields over getter/setter functions.

- Built-in datatypes are your friends. Use more numbers, strings, tuples, lists, sets, dicts. Also check out the collections library, esp. deque.

- Be suspicious of function/method calls; creating a stack frame is expensive.

- Don't write Java (or C++, or Javascript, ...) in Python.

- Are you sure it's too slow? Profile before optimizing!

- The universal speed-up is rewriting small bits of code in C. Do this only when all else fails.___

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2012-09-09 01:24:38 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Impressive, reminds me of the (not as old) color pictures from the great depression: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/fsac/

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/08/russia_in_color_a_century_ago.html

Impressive, reminds me of the (not as old) color pictures from the great depression: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/fsac/

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/08/russia_in_color_a_century_ago.html___

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2012-08-18 21:04:51 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

#HarleyDavidson

What bike is this?

#HarleyDavidson

What bike is this?___

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2012-07-29 03:06:24 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Lovely.

Brilliant.  Brilliant!

Please let me remember this when my kids are old enough to use the internet.

And please don't let this post give +Mark Giddens any funny ideas.___Lovely.

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2012-07-27 20:42:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

I'm a bit puzzled by this one...

Anyone else has seen this on the front page of Google news or is it pushing it to me based on my preferences?

I'm a bit puzzled by this one...

Anyone else has seen this on the front page of Google news or is it pushing it to me based on my preferences?___

2012-07-26 16:18:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2012-07-23 21:50:58 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

It's pouring!

It's pouring!___

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2012-07-21 15:37:53 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Incredible street art in old Montreal

Incredible street art in old Montreal___

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2012-07-21 00:17:55 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Debian testing net install completed.

Debian testing net install completed.___

2012-07-08 14:01:31 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"Even the terminator was programmed in 6502 assembly", cute

"Even the terminator was programmed in 6502 assembly", cute___

2012-07-07 01:26:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Insightful paper on secure signal handling by Michael Zalewski, from 2001 but still ...!

Insightful paper on secure signal handling by Michael Zalewski, from 2001 but still ...!___

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2012-07-05 02:13:11 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

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2012-07-05 01:59:10 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Awesome! +Andre Tezikov maybe you use that next time you have to develop some JavaScript?

Wonder how hard it really is to get up and running ;-)

Awesome! +Andre Tezikov maybe you use that next time you have to develop some JavaScript?

Wonder how hard it really is to get up and running ;-)___

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2012-07-04 03:08:23 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Dragon eggs. Nest was made in Tadoussac, QC and is much bigger than it looks on picture. #gameofthrones

Dragon eggs. Nest was made in Tadoussac, QC and is much bigger than it looks on picture. #gameofthrones___

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2012-07-01 17:00:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Very cool fiction

Very cool fiction___

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2012-06-28 23:24:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 



http://marakana.com/s/breaking_open_the_cyanogenmod_project_chris_soyars,1207/index.html



http://marakana.com/s/breaking_open_the_cyanogenmod_project_chris_soyars,1207/index.html___

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