Monthly Archives: February 2015

FTW!

FCC approves net neutrality rules, reclassifies broadband as a utility It’s a good day for proponents of an open internet: The Federal Communications Commission just approved its long-awaited network neutrality plan, which r

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Tick, tick, tick…. (Saying “tick” instead of “check”)

15 American habits I lost when I moved to Australia Don’t mess around with complicated cocktails and shots, that’s an American thing.

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For the next time you wonder if you’ve done a good job.

Shared from a Personal Document “Opportunities to do very badly were manifold. You avoided them. The major part in any success.” ========== The Peripheral (William Gibson)

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Just finished The Peripheral by William Gibson

Pretty good book, not Neuromancer or Pattern Recognition.  Lots of unresolved plot lines – and we’re not even talking about the time travel bits, if we can call them time travel.   Would recommend. Shared from The Peripheral

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Not sure what I was expecting, but thanks for making me laugh today Greg. Sarah, you’ll love this … show it to the kids. :)

Spaghetti eating contest between a German Shepherd and a Golde… German Shepherd versus a Golden Retriever in a spaghetti eating contest – who do you think will win?

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Nadina, you’ve been doing it wrong. :)

Speed Dating Prank | 2015 Ford Mustang | Ford.com Take a 2015 Mustang and a beautiful professional stunt driver. Then, ask a bunch of unsuspecting guys to meet her on a blind date they’ll never see coming. W…

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