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Arnold Schwarzenegger120,297Come hangout with Arnold to discuss his new autobiography, Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story. www.schwarzenegger.com/totalrecallHangout with Arnold2012-10-05 23:30:001487 

Swapnil Bhartiya has been shared in 38 public circles

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Amritesh Sinha527Xiaomi Mi4: The Latest Flagship Device from Xiaomi. To be up for sale from 10th,Feb,2015 in India. My views on the device and more...If you want to buy the device to register for flashsale exclusively on Flipkart. I have provided the link in my post as well.http://amritfinaa.blogspot.in/2015/02/xiaomi-mi4-much-hyped-flagship-device.htmlYou can subscribe to my blog through the link given below:https://plus.google.com/+AmriteshSinha1You can also follow me on Twitter @Amritesh1Do feel free to post your comment and queries...You can also share this post if you wish too...Thank You....Cheers....!!!!! #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #followme   #followers   #technology   #technologynews   #android   #smartphone   #News  2015-02-08 12:46:28500000
Amritesh Sinha495I'm a blogger on Tech and Personal Finance from India connect with me and follow me for updates on Tech,Finance, Personal Finance, Wealth Management and Economy related issues. I update regularly with Smartphones reviews and approaches to Personal Finance.Join my circle for more.Coming up with Xiaomi Mi4 review pretty soon. Do follow my blog and share among your networks.Visit my blogwww.amritfinaa.blogspot.com You can also Follow me on Twitter @Amritesh1 #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #followers   #followme   #followback  2015-02-07 15:20:51500000
Markos Giannopoulos22,807A circle of relevance and engagement // It's been a while since I've done a circle like this, I've been neglecting my duties! This is a thank you to people who have engaged with my recents posts, added me in an original circle of their own and also people which Google has ranked them to be of high relevance to my posts and my overall G+ tastes.  So, thank you for making my Google+ better! :) As always, this circle could not be created without +Circloscope and +CircleCount  #circlesunday   #circleshare   #circlediscovery   #engagers   #relevance  2014-11-02 13:08:162295210
John Wood11,504grow your google+ network.If you want to be included in this circle, only make this:1. Add me to your circles ,if you haven’t done already2. Plus & share this circle in public3. Leave a comment if you can!So please share and be shared.#circleshare #circles #circleoftheday #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircles #share #sharedcircleoftheday #sharewithyou #circlethursday #followme #followers #followback #circle #googleplus #coolpeople #circleshare #sharedcircles #sharedcircle #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #circleshare #circlesharing #fullcircleshare 2014-08-13 12:56:074698076103
Richi Jennings62,224Sunday Circle Share of Awesome... ~ A big HELLO to all the new Plussers I met over the past few weeks -- and a few I reconnected with. In the main, these folks are engagers, not passive consumers, so do add them if you're looking for interesting conversations here on G+. Also, feel free to share this publicly. Spread the love! Missed the previous share? Go here: plus.google.com/+richijennings/posts/ReuAc2arj9PIf you're using the G+ mobile app, this may not work correctly, because circle sharing doesn't seem to be implemented right :-(#sharedcircles  #publicsharedcircle  #circleshare #sharedpubliccircle   #circlesharing   #circle  #hashtag  2014-08-11 12:40:42261111029
Pauline Cabrera3,500#CircleSkip : 01/18. If you received a notification like this "Pauline shared a post with you.", it means you're included :) ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥If you want to be included in the next circle, please follow:1. Plus & Share this circle to your profile publicly.3. Add this circle. Click "Add People" to add all at once.3. Leave a comment below saying  "*PLUSSED. SHARED. ADDED.*"- Add this circle to gain new followers - most people follow back.- Share this circle to spread the word.That's all. HAPPY SATURDAY! If you're in this circle, please re-share if you can. The more shares, the more followers we get! It will be greatly appreciated :-)♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥This circle includes: my awesome G+ pals, G+ BFFs who always engage with me, new G+ friends, and those who asked me to be included in this circle!If you re-share my last circle and forget to include you, please let me know.♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥Special thanks to these guys for including me in your public circles:+Alessandro Folghera +Altered DNA +Anuradha Ghose +AyJay Schibig +Bernard Piette +Carlos Esteban +Cesare Riccardo +Christy Sandhoff +Circle Candy +Circle Distribution +Crazy Circles +Daniel Stock +Domenico Mallimo 2014-01-18 14:11:47498532959
Chill Ideaz Jay Beek Rocksuperstar1,563My Christmas Circle Share...have a great weekend everyone! 1. Add +Best Cars 2. Plus The Post 3. Comment4. Add People To Circles5. Share The Circle!#sharedcircle   #topsharedcircle #circleoftheday #sharedcircle #trustinme   #circlesharing   #circleshare  #circles         #circleoftheday #sharedpubliccircles  #sharedcircles  #share   #vipsnowballcircle #sharedcircleoftheday  #sharewithyou               #followme  #followers #followback #circle #googleplus #coolpeople  #circleshare #sharedcircles #sharedcircle  #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles  #circleshare #circlesharing #fullcircleshare2013-12-26 03:37:15133113
Sam Sager3,743Science-Fiction and Fantasy Writers CircleIt's been a very long time since I've shared this circle. It is long over due. This is a great group of writers to follow. They range from the very well known to the aspiring, but all are worth following. I learn something new and am very entertained by these people everyday.If you or someone you know is a science-fiction or fantasy writer and would like to be a part of this circle please let me know.2013-12-22 01:05:22308413
Chill Ideaz Jay Beek Rocksuperstar1,322Another round of #topengagers  !(Be sure to click READ MORE, it is important if you want to be included in this circle next time)These people shareThese people +1These people create original contentThese people make G+ BetterIf you add this circle, you will, without a doubt, see your engagement soar through the roof.  Guaranteed.  If you were notified, you guessed it, you are already in.To be included in the NEXT top engagers circle this week is easier than ever.1.) Add  +Best Cars 2.) Share this post3.) Keep engaging#sharedcircle   #sharedcircles   #sharecircle   #publiccircle   #publiccircles   #publicsharedcircles   #topengagers   #engagers   #snowballcircle   #snowball   #circles   #circleshare   #circlemasters   #circlemaster   #circlequeen   #crazycircles   #circlehub   #morefollowers #ghosttown2013-12-15 05:39:39134001
Jimmy James5,458Entrepreneurs 2nd Edition #circleshare   #sharedcircles  2013-08-12 16:10:51127015
Katherine Ruderman893Jumbo science fiction and fantasy writers circle! #sharedcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleoftheday  2013-04-09 03:59:44234024
Sam Sager2,673A circle of Science Fiction and Fantasy WritersIt's been a while since I've shared this circle. So here it comes. These writers have been very fun to follow. They bring a certain amazing something to my G+ stream everyday. If you are a fan of literature in this genre or just want some great people to follow do not hesitate to add these people to your circles. The writers in this circle range from the insanely successful to the novice just getting started (and everything in between). If you are a Science Fiction or Fantasy writer, and would like to be a part of this circle just let me know.2013-01-21 04:00:292377713
Sam Sager2,673A circle of Science Fiction and Fantasy WritersIt's been a while since I've shared this circle. So here it comes. These writers have been very fun to follow. They bring a certain amazing something to my G+ stream everyday. If you are a fan of literature in this genre or just want some great people to follow do not hesitate to add these people to your circles. The writers in this circle range from the insanely successful to the novice just getting started (and everything in between). If you are a Science Fiction or Fantasy writer, and would like to be a part of this circle just let me know.2013-01-21 03:31:10237114
Onkar Singh Gujral8,913Circle of Active Indian G PlussersPlease Reshare!!Will be Sharing this Circle on a regular basisComment if you want inYou needn't be Indian to be included in this circle... even if you share a deep love for the country, you're most welcomedWe even have a matching community created by +Indiahttps://plus.google.com/u/0/b/105778372750849071588/communities/100453920415382664577H/t +Neeta Tolani  for compiling this Great Circle!Thanks!2013-01-15 22:23:18128316
Andrey Mashnich49,614Good afternoon to all.! Круг людей с активной жизненной позицией в Гугле+Circle of people, with active life position in Google+Вам понравится этот круг, добавьте его себе. Фотографы, художники и другие интересные люди!You'll love this circle. Photographers, artists and other interesting people!!!!#ForFriends #photo #EarthMyMother  2013-01-14 09:09:51497644499
Neeta Tolani24,063Indians Active on G+Earlier this week, I made a post about trying to make my own "Indians Active on G+" circle. Thank you to everyone that contributed, re-shared, tagged and discussed this initiative. I've looked through every profile that was tagged and had the pleasure of discovering some very interesting people. Here is the circle I created. People in this circle come from all walks of life, live in all parts of the world and have diverse interests (sounds just like India :) .... and have a common thread binding them.. India. I've humbly included myself in it, but please feel free to remove me or anyone else if you'd like to re-share it. I've not added some folks with very large following that were tagged in the initial post. Will build this circle out a little more as I discover more people. Here's my original post: http://goo.gl/98QZe#sharedcircle #indiancircle #indiansactiveonG +2012-12-22 17:27:26129532430
Ben Langhinrichs3,962Science Fiction Writers CircleThis is my recently-cleaned circle for authors of Science Fiction who are active on G+. It is intended to be used to find each other for writerly chit chat and advice, and for others to find us (i.e., fans, readers, bug-eyed monsters). This list is growing quickly, but some people have been removed because they don't seem active on Google+ (no public posts recently or at all).Please re-share this circle with fans and other SF writers. Let others who belong on this list let me know. I will share this periodically, but simply re-add it and it will figure out who is new. G+ is good like that.2012-10-21 14:37:4116617613
Chris Goldsmith3,152Here is Circle #1 of Linux users I'm sharing this out specifically for +Steven Thompson who is a Linux Newbie and wants to learn - Please share any Linux Resources you have with him2012-10-11 13:19:24481001
Cliff Wade7,287This is my Linux circle for #FollowFriday  and I highly suggest you add these awesome folks to your circles!!2012-09-28 04:27:463701127
Sam Sager0Here's the latest iteration of my Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers circle. These people in here are pretty amazing and engaging. If you are fan of these genres I highly recommend checking this circle out. All of you who are part of this circle thank you for making G+ a much more interesting place.If you are a writer of science fiction or fantasy and would like to be included in this circle please let me know, and I will gladly add you.A special thanks to the following people for making this circle much better than I could have on my own. +The Final Colony - Author Lacerant Plainer , +Peter Edenist , and +Ben Langhinrichs.2012-09-23 18:29:342198818
Cliff Wade7,170For all of you #Linux  users out there on this #FollowFriday , this shared circle is for YOU!!2012-08-24 15:06:10369304
César Bustíos Benites412Linux Circle: Part 1/2Follow and share!2012-06-11 17:29:37501005
Cliff Wade5,676This is the second circle I'm sharing for FollowFriday #FF which is my Linux circle.If you are a Linux user, I'd highly suggest following these people. If you aren't in this circle and would like to be, just leave a comment, please and I'll certainly add you!!!2012-06-08 19:16:04356624
Marko Shiva Pavlovic (4N7IS3C)5,291This is my #LinuxArmy circle this is more a community circle I mean here in this circle are ppl from very different businesses and different life roles not only a IT technology oriented ppl but beautiful fact is that all of them use or it was using #Linux As my earlier post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111716948575577959969/posts/MkVq8shasA1follow them all if you want a lot of posts about #linux and IT technology2012-05-29 09:37:56501007
Mitesh Shah1,953#Linux #Army #Circle Now a days lots of Linux users want to manage their Linux circles,So we think to create the following circles and share these circles.Comment On The Appropriate Circle's Links To Help UsTo Adding More Linux Pages, Distro & Users In Appropriate Circle1. Linux Pages: Google Plus Linux PagesLinux Pages Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/7LmpstLTaSe2. Linux Distro: Google Plus Official Linux Disto PagesLinux Distro Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/4FejgZ5o1bz3.Arch Linux: People who writes about #Arch #Linux Arch Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/fysRXiT6kJ94.Debian Linux: People who writes about #Debian based Linux Distro such as #Ubuntu #LinuxMint Debian Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/iWturahT2gw5.Redhat Linux: People who writes about #Redhat based Linux Distro such as #Fedora #CentOS Redhat Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/52JQqx4kfQC6.Linux Army: People in this circle gets all the updates of above circlesLinux Army Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/6C5HAx2AsVk #SharedCircles #CircleSharing #CircleSunday #PublicCircles #PublicSharedCircles2012-05-19 19:20:26390716
Gabriel Fitzpatrick3,746Writers CircleA couple people have asked me to share a circle of writers because there apparently aren't enough of those. This is the first full one, and contains most of the writers whose posts and content I've found interesting and engaging (or at very least who haven't been so insufferable as to warrant an uncircling ^.^) If you aren't here, you may very well be in the second one. Don't jump to any conclusions :)2012-03-26 22:19:06499983
Mitesh Shah1,344Linux Army 60+ New UsersNow a days lots of Linux users want to manage their Linux circles,So we think to create the following circles and share these circles.Comment On The Appropriate Circle's Links To Help UsTo Adding More Linux Pages, Distro & Users In Appropriate Circle1. Linux Pages: Google Plus Linux PagesLinux Pages Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/7XN1rHGxsbn2. Linux Distro: Google Plus Official Linux Disto PagesLinux Distro Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/X3mokqdhL9G3.Arch Linux: People who writes about Arch Linux Arch Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/JtgyhAwibSX4.Debian Linux: People who writes about Debian based Linux Distro such as Ubuntu, Mint EtcDebian Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/CaeYJNkvr3t5.Redhat Linux: People who writes about Redhat based Linux Distro such as Fedora, Centos EtcRedhat Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/SBQdHC8qiUC6.Linux Army: People in this circle gets all the updates of above circlesLinux Army Circle: https://plus.google.com/u/0/111560558537332305125/posts/he5MMjwFTtN2012-03-16 22:04:1131516813
Mitesh Shah298Linux ArmyNow a days lots of Linux users want to manage their Linux circles,So we think to create the following circles and share these circles.Comment On The Appropriate Circle's Links To Help UsTo Adding More Linux Pages, Distro & Users In Appropriate Circle1. Linux Pages: Google Plus Linux PagesLinux Pages Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/7XN1rHGxsbn2. Linux Distro: Google Plus Official Linux Disto PagesLinux Distro Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/X3mokqdhL9G3.Arch Linux: People who writes about Arch Linux Arch Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/JtgyhAwibSX4.Debian Linux: People who writes about Debian based Linux Distro such as Ubuntu, Mint EtcDebian Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/CaeYJNkvr3t5.Redhat Linux: People who writes about Redhat based Linux Distro such as Fedora, Centos EtcRedhat Linux Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/SBQdHC8qiUC6.Linux Army: People in this circle gets all the updates of above circlesLinux Army Circle: https://plus.google.com/111560558537332305125/posts/CFeVM6DSv992012-03-09 12:40:3024835812
Gabriel Fitzpatrick1,771New Anti-censorship circle has filled up. Add and share to reward them for their dedication to freedom.The first one is below.https://plus.google.com/u/1/115645093395056483635/posts/FtwDEkN1j822012-02-10 14:02:01497503
Chris Goldsmith1,927If you have my linux circle from prior share this one replaces it _ have removed over 200+ people who were in it by mistake due to circle add gone wrong2012-01-11 15:46:50340100
Ben Langhinrichs2,821Science Fiction Writers CircleThis is a circle for authors of Science Fiction. It is intended to be used to find each other for writerly chit chat and advice, and for others to find us (i.e., fans, readers, bug-eyed monsters). This list is growing quickly, but some people have been removed because they don't seem active on Google+ (no public posts recently or at all).Please re-share this circle with fans and other SF writers. Let others who belong on this list let me know. I will share this periodically, but simply re-add it and it will figure out who is new. G+ is good like that.2011-12-12 03:46:45151604
Chris Goldsmith34#PublicCircles2011-11-17 11:01:23227120
Kayelle Allen0Science Fiction Writers. Do you belong in this circle? Feel free to share!Kayelle Allen shared a circle with you.2011-10-28 15:00:15156323
Paul Meriweather1,244This is list 2 of 3 for Media/PR/Publicists. If you'd like to be added to these lists, please take the following steps and do not post to be added.1. Click on "Add circle"2. Once circle has been added to your circle group, click on the circle and then click the "Share" link within the circle.3. Before clicking the green "Share" box, check the box next to "Include yourself in shared circle."Enjoy your day!Paul MeriweatherPaul Meriweather shared a circle with you.2011-10-28 14:16:23349000
Ben Langhinrichs1,891Science Fiction Writers circleThis is a circle for science fiction writers. It is intended to be used to find each other for science fiction chit chat and advice, and for others to find us (i.e., fans, readers, BEMs). This list is growing quickly, but some people have been removed because they don't seem active on Google+ (no public posts, or none since July/August).Please re-share this circle with fans, other SF writers and aliens who threaten to probe you if you don't. (That probing hurts like hell!) Let others who belong on this list let me know. I will share this periodically, but simply re-add it and it will figure out who is new. G+ is good like that.Ben Langhinrichs (or perhaps a pod person impersonating him) shared a circle with you.2011-10-28 13:57:181461513
Ben Langhinrichs239Science Fiction WritersThis is a circle for science fiction writers. It is intended to be used to find each other for science fiction chit chat and advice, and for others to find us (i.e., fans, readers, BEMs). This list is growing quickly, but some people have been removed because they don't seem active on Google+ (no public posts, or none since July/August).Please re-share this circle with fans, other SF writers and aliens who threaten to probe you if you don't. (That probing hurts like hell!) Let others who belong on this list let me know. I will share this periodically, but simply re-add it and it will figure out who is new. G+ is good like that.Ben Langhinrichs (or a reasonable facsimile thereof) shared a circle with you.2011-10-15 12:26:441273087
Ben Langhinrichs239Science Fiction WritersThis is a circle for science fiction writers. It is intended to be used to find each other for science fiction chit chat and advice, and for others to find us (i.e., fans, readers, BEMs). This list is growing by leaps and bounds, doubling in size since yesterday.Please re-share this circle with fans, other SF writers and aliens who threaten to probe you if you don't. (That probing hurts like hell!) Let others who belong on this list let me know. I will share this periodically, but simply re-add it and it will figure out who is new. G+ is good like that.Ben Langhinrichs shared a circle with you (BEMs, keep out!)2011-10-11 16:14:48106443
Ben Langhinrichs239Science Fiction WritersThis is a circle for science fiction writers. It is intended to be used to find each other for science fiction chit chat and advice, and for others to find us (i.e., fans, readers, BEMs). This list is growing by leaps and bounds, doubling in size since yesterday.Please re-share this circle with fans, other SF writers and aliens who threaten to probe you if you don't. (That probing hurts like hell!) Let others who belong on this list let me know. I will share this periodically, but simply re-add it and it will figure out who is new. G+ is good like that.Ben Langhinrichs shared a circle with you.2011-10-06 12:13:58104100

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2015-03-21 14:31:17 (34 comments, 4 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

No love lost between Microsoft and Linux

Remember the most talked about story of 2014? It was Microsoft loves Linux. It looks like Microsoft’s love for Linux is more like Mark Wahlberg’s love for Reese Witherspoon as we saw in the movie Fear.

If reports are to be trusted Microsoft’s survival mechanism may kick in again, with the new release of Windows. The legacy software maker may resort to ‘secure boot’ to block alternative operating systems on Windows PCs.

http://www.linuxveda.com/2015/03/21/no-love-lost-microsoft-tries-block-linux-windows-machines/

Most reshares: 29

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2015-03-26 01:19:23 (7 comments, 29 reshares, 80 +1s)Open 

The Document Foundation (TDF), the organization behind LibreOffice, has begun to unwrap its plans for Online LibreOffice - a service similar to Google Docs or Office Online where users can work on documents online.

Most plusones: 120

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2015-03-18 19:44:49 (30 comments, 27 reshares, 120 +1s)Open 

Always wanted to tell the story of why I use Arch. Once you go Arch, you never go back. That has been my experience so far and I am a loyal openSUSE/Kubuntu user. Once in a while I will try Linux Mint, Ubuntu and other distros but I always come back to Arch within a week or so.

It will hook you because it gives you an unbloated, fully customized system. You'll love how easy it is to install apps. (How hard is it to 'yaourt amarok' and then type 'y' for yes?) And availability of the latest packages immediately is the killer feature - no competition there. And the icing on the cake is the rolling release.

THIS is exactly what a Linux user wants.

All that said, Arch Linux is not for everyone. It does take effort and a user's desire to learn and try things out to make it work. You need to know stuff, or know friends who know stuff. If you are not willing... more »

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2015-03-26 22:15:08 (3 comments, 5 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Microsoft's Windows causes more damage (no one is even keeping a tab on how many billions of dollars lost every year due to attacks through Windows) than any other technology in the world.

German pro basketball team relegated to lower division due to Windows update - http://arstechnica.com/business/2015/03/german-pro-basketball-team-relegated-to-lower-division-due-to-windows-update/ no, really___Microsoft's Windows causes more damage (no one is even keeping a tab on how many billions of dollars lost every year due to attacks through Windows) than any other technology in the world.

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2015-03-26 19:44:30 (10 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Downloading PCLinuxOS torrent reminds me of Windows 95 days where ad windows cover the entire screen. The project needs modern site and more elegant download page.

Downloading PCLinuxOS torrent reminds me of Windows 95 days where ad windows cover the entire screen. The project needs modern site and more elegant download page.___

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2015-03-26 18:46:39 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Lunch in office.

Lunch in office.___

2015-03-26 18:21:53 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Moved my home server from Ubuntu to Arch Linux, let's see how that goes. Reason? Nothing particular, just for fun! Then I know Arch better than I know Ubuntu and I find it easier to manage services with systemd than with upstart.

Moved my home server from Ubuntu to Arch Linux, let's see how that goes. Reason? Nothing particular, just for fun! Then I know Arch better than I know Ubuntu and I find it easier to manage services with systemd than with upstart.___

2015-03-26 18:16:40 (13 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

openSUSE sites down?

openSUSE sites down?___

2015-03-26 17:27:54 (22 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Which one is your favorite Plasma distro and why?

Which one is your favorite Plasma distro and why?___

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2015-03-26 03:37:12 (3 comments, 4 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Oh, my, this is awesome! 

Oh, my, this is awesome! ___

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2015-03-26 01:22:12 (5 comments, 2 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Happy Cow! Udderly awesome! 

Happy Cow! Udderly awesome! ___

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2015-03-26 01:19:59 (8 comments, 3 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

The Document Foundation (TDF), the organization behind LibreOffice, has begun to unwrap its plans for Online LibreOffice - a service similar to Google Docs or Office Online where users can work on documents online.

The Document Foundation (TDF), the organization behind LibreOffice, has begun to unwrap its plans for Online LibreOffice - a service similar to Google Docs or Office Online where users can work on documents online.___

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2015-03-26 01:19:23 (7 comments, 29 reshares, 80 +1s)Open 

The Document Foundation (TDF), the organization behind LibreOffice, has begun to unwrap its plans for Online LibreOffice - a service similar to Google Docs or Office Online where users can work on documents online.

The Document Foundation (TDF), the organization behind LibreOffice, has begun to unwrap its plans for Online LibreOffice - a service similar to Google Docs or Office Online where users can work on documents online.___

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2015-03-26 00:19:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

If you are a voter in the US, please consider signing this.

If you aren't, don't be too smug. Pretty much all other countries have less controls on their spooks compared to the US; some countries might be less competent at implementing a panopticon, but GHCQ (for example) has admitted that they can put any British subject under surveillance if they feel like it, without needing to suspect that the person has committed a crime, and without asking a judge first. 

If you are a voter in the US, please consider signing this.

If you aren't, don't be too smug. Pretty much all other countries have less controls on their spooks compared to the US; some countries might be less competent at implementing a panopticon, but GHCQ (for example) has admitted that they can put any British subject under surveillance if they feel like it, without needing to suspect that the person has committed a crime, and without asking a judge first. ___

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2015-03-25 23:19:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Aadi enjoying his Dosa...

Aadi enjoying his Dosa...___

2015-03-25 16:50:52 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Over 400,000 residents of Indiana lost power, water, internet and telephone services due to their religion. ‪#‎religiousfreedom‬ ‪#‎MikePence‬

#satire  

Over 400,000 residents of Indiana lost power, water, internet and telephone services due to their religion. ‪#‎religiousfreedom‬ ‪#‎MikePence‬

#satire  ___

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2015-03-25 16:33:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The Republican leadership said that they want to protect people from government invasion into their lives. “No one should be punished for discriminating others, no one should fear prosecution for discriminating again women, or people of a different religion or sexual orientation,” said Jeb Bush who supports the law and plan to enact it across the country if he succeeded in the 2016 presidential race.

#satire  

The Republican leadership said that they want to protect people from government invasion into their lives. “No one should be punished for discriminating others, no one should fear prosecution for discriminating again women, or people of a different religion or sexual orientation,” said Jeb Bush who supports the law and plan to enact it across the country if he succeeded in the 2016 presidential race.

#satire  ___

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2015-03-25 16:21:30 (7 comments, 6 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Gone are the days when we used to have one, shared 'family' PC. Also gone are the days when we used to carry USB drives to move data between devices. Now each of us works on multiple devices -- desktops, laptops, tablets, Chromebooks, smartphones, etc. And we want to be able to access data across all of these devices.

We can use cloud services to access such data, but there is much more data that we don't need (or want) to put in the cloud, including movies, TV-shows, music, pictures and documents. If you have guests and you want to show them recent family pictures there is no need to go grab your laptop. You can display them directly on your phone, tablet or even the TV. If you want to show them a home video of your son, you don't have to upload it to YouTube just to watch it again locally.

The answer is simple: set-up your own file server. And you don't have to... more »

Gone are the days when we used to have one, shared 'family' PC. Also gone are the days when we used to carry USB drives to move data between devices. Now each of us works on multiple devices -- desktops, laptops, tablets, Chromebooks, smartphones, etc. And we want to be able to access data across all of these devices.

We can use cloud services to access such data, but there is much more data that we don't need (or want) to put in the cloud, including movies, TV-shows, music, pictures and documents. If you have guests and you want to show them recent family pictures there is no need to go grab your laptop. You can display them directly on your phone, tablet or even the TV. If you want to show them a home video of your son, you don't have to upload it to YouTube just to watch it again locally.

The answer is simple: set-up your own file server. And you don't have to spend a whole lot of money to do it. We are going to deploy the $35 Raspberry Pi 2 to do the job.

You should be someone who is well versed with Linux and is comfortable with command line.___

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2015-03-25 16:20:53 (15 comments, 17 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

Gone are the days when we used to have one, shared 'family' PC. Also gone are the days when we used to carry USB drives to move data between devices. Now each of us works on multiple devices -- desktops, laptops, tablets, Chromebooks, smartphones, etc. And we want to be able to access data across all of these devices.

We can use cloud services to access such data, but there is much more data that we don't need (or want) to put in the cloud, including movies, TV-shows, music, pictures and documents. If you have guests and you want to show them recent family pictures there is no need to go grab your laptop. You can display them directly on your phone, tablet or even the TV. If you want to show them a home video of your son, you don't have to upload it to YouTube just to watch it again locally.

The answer is simple: set-up your own file server. And you don't have to... more »

Gone are the days when we used to have one, shared 'family' PC. Also gone are the days when we used to carry USB drives to move data between devices. Now each of us works on multiple devices -- desktops, laptops, tablets, Chromebooks, smartphones, etc. And we want to be able to access data across all of these devices.

We can use cloud services to access such data, but there is much more data that we don't need (or want) to put in the cloud, including movies, TV-shows, music, pictures and documents. If you have guests and you want to show them recent family pictures there is no need to go grab your laptop. You can display them directly on your phone, tablet or even the TV. If you want to show them a home video of your son, you don't have to upload it to YouTube just to watch it again locally.

The answer is simple: set-up your own file server. And you don't have to spend a whole lot of money to do it. We are going to deploy the $35 Raspberry Pi 2 to do the job.

You should be someone who is well versed with Linux and is comfortable with command line.___

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2015-03-25 15:48:49 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Code written by hand...

That ain't no small feat! Probably most today's coders couldn't do that...

More pictures of women who changed the world: http://www.idealistrevolution.org/powerful-photos-of-women/

Code written by hand...

That ain't no small feat! Probably most today's coders couldn't do that...

More pictures of women who changed the world: http://www.idealistrevolution.org/powerful-photos-of-women/___

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2015-03-25 12:46:04 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Tomorrow you can download the LO daily build with breeze support. We are now at 2.500 icons. some are still missing, but you see the top of the mountain.

Tomorrow you can download the LO daily build with breeze support. We are now at 2.500 icons. some are still missing, but you see the top of the mountain.___

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2015-03-25 02:24:21 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

If the test was run on 'Windows' users (I guess from the screenshots), then shutdown of some brain functions is quite normal. 

This is why "Are you sure?" dialogs don't work. Rather than asking your user if they're sure they want to do what they just told your app they want to do, design to allow undoing actions.

"But Cassidy!" you say, "Some actions aren't undoable!"

That's a BS excuse.

Sure, deleting a file isn't a able to be undone. So why are you tying it to a button press? Let the user choose to "delete" the file, but then give them a grace period where you don't actually delete it, allowing it to be undone. Whether that's as long as the app is open, a few seconds, or 30 days depends on your use case.

Sending an email to thousands of subscribers is something that definitely can't be undone. But adding an email to a queue can be. So don't tie the actually sending to a button press. Make the big red send button add the email to the queue to be sent out in, say, 10 minutes. That gives the user some time to do a final review and "undo" if they notice a last-second mistake.

So yeah. That's my rant for today. :)___If the test was run on 'Windows' users (I guess from the screenshots), then shutdown of some brain functions is quite normal. 

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2015-03-24 23:51:53 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Leffe and Pi

Leffe and Pi___

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2015-03-24 19:18:11 (11 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Now we are talking. My KDE is happy.

Now we are talking. My KDE is happy.___

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2015-03-24 13:37:22 (11 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

I must admit that I loved what I saw when my Arch system booted into Gnome 3.16. It's a very well designed and polished DE. However, I am not a huge fan of their default icon theme - it reminds me of a desktop from the 90s.

Unlike Plasma it's not very easy to change the icon or desktop themes in Gnome. While the Gnome Tweak Tool does make it easy to 'change' the installed themes, it doesn't let me install new items. From what I know it still requires a hack to install new themes in Gnome.

I must admit that I loved what I saw when my Arch system booted into Gnome 3.16. It's a very well designed and polished DE. However, I am not a huge fan of their default icon theme - it reminds me of a desktop from the 90s.

Unlike Plasma it's not very easy to change the icon or desktop themes in Gnome. While the Gnome Tweak Tool does make it easy to 'change' the installed themes, it doesn't let me install new items. From what I know it still requires a hack to install new themes in Gnome.___

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2015-03-23 21:42:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

This is probably not the message you were expecting to find on tedcruz.com. Here's why it's there. 

This is probably not the message you were expecting to find on tedcruz.com. Here's why it's there. ___

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2015-03-23 04:02:18 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The first page of Vorpal: Shoot Between Heartbeats is live at http://vorpal.atomicbazookastudios.com. An exciting day +Jason Tudor  and I have waited for. The debut post includes a bit of a blog post where Jason thanks some folks, including Daniel and Daniel. New pages each week for the next four weeks. Appreciate any feedback you may have messaged to us or left as comments! Thank you!

The first page of Vorpal: Shoot Between Heartbeats is live at http://vorpal.atomicbazookastudios.com. An exciting day +Jason Tudor  and I have waited for. The debut post includes a bit of a blog post where Jason thanks some folks, including Daniel and Daniel. New pages each week for the next four weeks. Appreciate any feedback you may have messaged to us or left as comments! Thank you!___

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2015-03-22 04:20:16 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

Once again Bill Burr tells it exactly like it is:

Once again Bill Burr tells it exactly like it is:___

2015-03-22 02:22:14 (8 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Planning to buy Intel NUK for local server. Any thoughts?

Planning to buy Intel NUK for local server. Any thoughts?___

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2015-03-22 00:37:22 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Google to Face Antitrust Charges in Europe

The FTC, after securing voluntary changes from the company, decided to forego charges against the Mountain View Search Empire.

Europe, however, may not follow in their footsteps, and is expected to announce formal antitrust charges soon.

Whatever the outcome, however, when all is said and done Google Search will likely remain the dominant Search engine of Europe. The only question, then, is what changes might occur to Google's business practices. Depending on the outcome, some of their efforts on the Continent may need to be abandoned or radically reimagined.

Google to Face Antitrust Charges in Europe

The FTC, after securing voluntary changes from the company, decided to forego charges against the Mountain View Search Empire.

Europe, however, may not follow in their footsteps, and is expected to announce formal antitrust charges soon.

Whatever the outcome, however, when all is said and done Google Search will likely remain the dominant Search engine of Europe. The only question, then, is what changes might occur to Google's business practices. Depending on the outcome, some of their efforts on the Continent may need to be abandoned or radically reimagined.___

2015-03-21 21:51:04 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

I have installed transmission on a local server, which is headless. Now I want to enable the web interface so I can download torrents of distros. How do I enabled remote web over ssh? 

I have installed transmission on a local server, which is headless. Now I want to enable the web interface so I can download torrents of distros. How do I enabled remote web over ssh? ___

2015-03-21 21:45:33 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Good to see 'batch' rename feature in Yosemite. Renaming files was a pain on Mac OSX. I hope Gnome will also drop the insanity and offer the capability to batch rename files.

Why do I care? I just returned from a vacation where I shot a lot images.

Now I wanted to name each image so its easily to find them later. There are 100+ image for 'beach', then some 50 images for birth-day party, then another 200+ images of street art. It's just impossible to do this on Gnome. I am happy that Plasma has an extremely powerful feature in Dolphin.

Now Gnome folks, since you kinda closely follow Apple can you please implement it in Files so I can use it without pulling my hair?

Good to see 'batch' rename feature in Yosemite. Renaming files was a pain on Mac OSX. I hope Gnome will also drop the insanity and offer the capability to batch rename files.

Why do I care? I just returned from a vacation where I shot a lot images.

Now I wanted to name each image so its easily to find them later. There are 100+ image for 'beach', then some 50 images for birth-day party, then another 200+ images of street art. It's just impossible to do this on Gnome. I am happy that Plasma has an extremely powerful feature in Dolphin.

Now Gnome folks, since you kinda closely follow Apple can you please implement it in Files so I can use it without pulling my hair?___

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2015-03-21 14:31:17 (34 comments, 4 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

No love lost between Microsoft and Linux

Remember the most talked about story of 2014? It was Microsoft loves Linux. It looks like Microsoft’s love for Linux is more like Mark Wahlberg’s love for Reese Witherspoon as we saw in the movie Fear.

If reports are to be trusted Microsoft’s survival mechanism may kick in again, with the new release of Windows. The legacy software maker may resort to ‘secure boot’ to block alternative operating systems on Windows PCs.

http://www.linuxveda.com/2015/03/21/no-love-lost-microsoft-tries-block-linux-windows-machines/

No love lost between Microsoft and Linux

Remember the most talked about story of 2014? It was Microsoft loves Linux. It looks like Microsoft’s love for Linux is more like Mark Wahlberg’s love for Reese Witherspoon as we saw in the movie Fear.

If reports are to be trusted Microsoft’s survival mechanism may kick in again, with the new release of Windows. The legacy software maker may resort to ‘secure boot’ to block alternative operating systems on Windows PCs.

http://www.linuxveda.com/2015/03/21/no-love-lost-microsoft-tries-block-linux-windows-machines/___

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2015-03-21 02:23:13 (4 comments, 3 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Well, this may definitely sway my next computer purchase - like perhaps toward a Chromebook to get my Linux distro?! Nice going, Microsoft!

Well, this may definitely sway my next computer purchase - like perhaps toward a Chromebook to get my Linux distro?! Nice going, Microsoft!___

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2015-03-20 03:21:12 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-20 02:06:51 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

More sponsors have joined in the fun for openSUSE Conference! Awesome! Who else will want to help us out making this an unforgettable event?

More sponsors have joined in the fun for openSUSE Conference! Awesome! Who else will want to help us out making this an unforgettable event?___

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2015-03-19 22:56:38 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-19 21:18:53 (9 comments, 3 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

With Chromcast, Google has changed the way we interact with our TVs, turning mobile devices into smart remotes. Chromecast also told the industry that we don't need 'smart TVs' anymore. A $35 device will convert a basic HDMI enabled TV into a smart TV with a much bigger and open app ecosystem. With Chromecast, every single app that’s on my device is essentially available on my TV.

Here are some of the nifty things you can do with your brand new Chromecast.

With Chromcast, Google has changed the way we interact with our TVs, turning mobile devices into smart remotes. Chromecast also told the industry that we don't need 'smart TVs' anymore. A $35 device will convert a basic HDMI enabled TV into a smart TV with a much bigger and open app ecosystem. With Chromecast, every single app that’s on my device is essentially available on my TV.

Here are some of the nifty things you can do with your brand new Chromecast.___

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2015-03-19 21:14:12 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

With Chromcast, Google has changed the way we interact with our TVs, turning mobile devices into smart remotes. Chromecast also told the industry that we don't need 'smart TVs' anymore. A $35 device will convert a basic HDMI enabled TV into a smart TV with a much bigger and open app ecosystem. With Chromecast, every single app that’s on my device is essentially available on my TV.

Here are some of the nifty things you can do with your brand new Chromecast.

With Chromcast, Google has changed the way we interact with our TVs, turning mobile devices into smart remotes. Chromecast also told the industry that we don't need 'smart TVs' anymore. A $35 device will convert a basic HDMI enabled TV into a smart TV with a much bigger and open app ecosystem. With Chromecast, every single app that’s on my device is essentially available on my TV.

Here are some of the nifty things you can do with your brand new Chromecast.___

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2015-03-19 17:01:11 (14 comments, 4 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Google has added new clause to their partner program which appeared to be a response to Microsoft ‘hijack Android’ efforts. Google is now implementing a ‘secure boot’ feature in their Android device which essentially forbids users from installing Windows on their hardware.

Google has added new clause to their partner program which appeared to be a response to Microsoft ‘hijack Android’ efforts. Google is now implementing a ‘secure boot’ feature in their Android device which essentially forbids users from installing Windows on their hardware.___

2015-03-19 15:54:43 (7 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Google to enable 'secure boot' on Android devices to block Microsoft from installing Windows on its hardware

#tableshaveturned   #satire   #damnocrazy  

Google to enable 'secure boot' on Android devices to block Microsoft from installing Windows on its hardware

#tableshaveturned   #satire   #damnocrazy  ___

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2015-03-18 23:13:37 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

God, this is horrible! What in the hell are you thinking, +Scott Walker?

God, this is horrible! What in the hell are you thinking, +Scott Walker?___

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2015-03-18 22:48:18 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Get out the popcorn, exciting news!

Get out the popcorn, exciting news!___

2015-03-18 20:20:11 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-18 20:07:46 (8 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Time to upgrade my PC. I think 32 GB ram is sufficient for you.

Time to upgrade my PC. I think 32 GB ram is sufficient for you.___

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2015-03-18 19:44:49 (30 comments, 27 reshares, 120 +1s)Open 

Always wanted to tell the story of why I use Arch. Once you go Arch, you never go back. That has been my experience so far and I am a loyal openSUSE/Kubuntu user. Once in a while I will try Linux Mint, Ubuntu and other distros but I always come back to Arch within a week or so.

It will hook you because it gives you an unbloated, fully customized system. You'll love how easy it is to install apps. (How hard is it to 'yaourt amarok' and then type 'y' for yes?) And availability of the latest packages immediately is the killer feature - no competition there. And the icing on the cake is the rolling release.

THIS is exactly what a Linux user wants.

All that said, Arch Linux is not for everyone. It does take effort and a user's desire to learn and try things out to make it work. You need to know stuff, or know friends who know stuff. If you are not willing... more »

Always wanted to tell the story of why I use Arch. Once you go Arch, you never go back. That has been my experience so far and I am a loyal openSUSE/Kubuntu user. Once in a while I will try Linux Mint, Ubuntu and other distros but I always come back to Arch within a week or so.

It will hook you because it gives you an unbloated, fully customized system. You'll love how easy it is to install apps. (How hard is it to 'yaourt amarok' and then type 'y' for yes?) And availability of the latest packages immediately is the killer feature - no competition there. And the icing on the cake is the rolling release.

THIS is exactly what a Linux user wants.

All that said, Arch Linux is not for everyone. It does take effort and a user's desire to learn and try things out to make it work. You need to know stuff, or know friends who know stuff. If you are not willing to learn and try you will end up with leaky pipes, exposed live wires and, at worst, a house on fire.

Arch is for those who are willing to invest time in Linux. Because everything has to be configured manually, there is no spoon feeding. You will learn, in the process of using Arch, how the basics of a Linux system work. And once you learn that, everything else becomes easier.___

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2015-03-18 19:33:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

This is not a satire piece. I want to try to emphasize that. 

Yes, a State Department spokesperson did respond to allegations that we were involved in some putative coup planning around Venezuela by saying that "[a]s a matter of long standing policy the United States does not support transitions by non-constitutional means." Yes, she did get called on it by a reporter who asked her just what "long-standing" is supposed to mean. She even managed to keep an almost-straight face while answering that -- but even she seems to have been on the verge of breaking out laughing.

I'll let Claude Rains give the appropriate commentary on this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjbPi00k_ME

h/t +Kee Hinckley​ 

This is not a satire piece. I want to try to emphasize that. 

Yes, a State Department spokesperson did respond to allegations that we were involved in some putative coup planning around Venezuela by saying that "[a]s a matter of long standing policy the United States does not support transitions by non-constitutional means." Yes, she did get called on it by a reporter who asked her just what "long-standing" is supposed to mean. She even managed to keep an almost-straight face while answering that -- but even she seems to have been on the verge of breaking out laughing.

I'll let Claude Rains give the appropriate commentary on this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SjbPi00k_ME

h/t +Kee Hinckley​ ___

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2015-03-18 19:28:16 (10 comments, 2 reshares, 30 +1s)Open 

Installing Arch Linux is a bit like building your own house. You have to dig the foundation, erect the walls, build the roofs, run the plumbing and electrical wiring around it ... and all the rest of it. In other words, installing Arch Linux is not at all like renting an apartment, just moving in, and letting the landlord take care of everything else.

Arch is the primary distro that runs on my main system. I do use openSUSE, Ubuntu, and Kubuntu on it and switch between them from time to time. But I spend the majority of my PC time on the Arch system because I find it to be an excellent distribution for advanced, and new, Linux users. In a nutshell, I am hooked on it. And there are reasons for it.

Installing Arch Linux is a bit like building your own house. You have to dig the foundation, erect the walls, build the roofs, run the plumbing and electrical wiring around it ... and all the rest of it. In other words, installing Arch Linux is not at all like renting an apartment, just moving in, and letting the landlord take care of everything else.

Arch is the primary distro that runs on my main system. I do use openSUSE, Ubuntu, and Kubuntu on it and switch between them from time to time. But I spend the majority of my PC time on the Arch system because I find it to be an excellent distribution for advanced, and new, Linux users. In a nutshell, I am hooked on it. And there are reasons for it.___

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2015-03-18 19:26:07 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-18 18:37:46 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-18 17:32:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-18 13:14:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

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2015-03-18 12:16:58 (12 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Google Play apps now go through an approval process

For the past few weeks, developers have been submitting apps to the Play Store and they've secretly been going through a new approval process. In addition to all apps going through the new approval process, we're also getting a new content rating system to better help parents understand apps for their children.

In my opinion, both of these announcements are great. Sure, we've often touted the Play Store as being open, and this slightly changes that mindset. By the sounds of it though, Google's approach is much more lenient than Apple's walled garden. The approval process will stop malware and increase the security for all users and not hinder our ability to have 1000 Minecraft clones or 1000 Flappy bird variants. And speaking of security, the content rating system helps to provide a safe environment for our... more »

Google Play apps now go through an approval process

For the past few weeks, developers have been submitting apps to the Play Store and they've secretly been going through a new approval process. In addition to all apps going through the new approval process, we're also getting a new content rating system to better help parents understand apps for their children.

In my opinion, both of these announcements are great. Sure, we've often touted the Play Store as being open, and this slightly changes that mindset. By the sounds of it though, Google's approach is much more lenient than Apple's walled garden. The approval process will stop malware and increase the security for all users and not hinder our ability to have 1000 Minecraft clones or 1000 Flappy bird variants. And speaking of security, the content rating system helps to provide a safe environment for our little ones. As a parent, that's wonderful news.

#airportpushing #security___

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