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Picture Time!

Posted 17 April 2014

Tonight’s wine:

2005 De Lisio Shiraz Grenache from Australia’s McLaren Vale.

Tonight’s wine:

2005 De Lisio Shiraz Grenache from Australia’s McLaren Vale.

 

Tags » red wine • shiraz • grenache • wine • 


gor

Posted on 17 April 2014

Gor is a simple http traffic replication tool written in Go. Its main goal is to replay traffic from production servers to staging and dev environments.

(Source: onethingwell)

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Picture Time!

Posted 14 April 2014

laughingsquid:

Meerkats Use Photographer As Makeshift Lookout Post

laughingsquid:

Meerkats Use Photographer As Makeshift Lookout Post

(via npr)

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A Nifty Internet Video!

Posted 1 week ago


guardian:

Classic album covers in Google Street View – in pictures

From Pink Floyd to PJ Harvey, our Street View specialist shows us the world’s cities through the lens of famous album covers. See more

(Source: theguardian.com, via npr)

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Peloton Retro Jersey

Posted on 04 April 2014

Yes please. But it appears they are out of my size, if Castelli jerseys fit like Pearl Izumi. Frowny face. 

  

Tags » cycling • 


Dominic Monaghan twin

Posted on 04 April 2014

I swear it’s true. Dominic Monaghan looks a lot like fitness enthusiast Ross LaRocco

    


Picture Time!

Posted 02 April 2014

todaysdocument:

Cha-Ching!
With the passage of the Coinage Act by Congress on April 2, 1792, the U.S. Mint was established and they began regulating coinage of the United States.

Photograph of eight San Francisco Mint employees in the basement area with gold ingots

todaysdocument:

Cha-Ching!

With the passage of the Coinage Act by Congress on April 2, 1792, the U.S. Mint was established and they began regulating coinage of the United States.

Photograph of eight San Francisco Mint employees in the basement area with gold ingots

(via npr)

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Picture Time!

Posted 02 April 2014

theatlantic:

How Pop Culture Is Re-evaluating Lyndon B. Johnson’s Legacy

Fifty years after his greatest electoral and legislative triumphs, Lyndon Baines Johnson is getting a worthy reappraisal in, of all places, a Broadway production: All the Way, written by Robert Schenkkan and starring Bryan Cranston as LBJ.
Adorned with prosthetic earlobes and two-inch shoe lifts, Cranston has transformed himself into the outsized physical stature of Johnson, and provides theatergoers with a brilliant portrayal of America’s 36th president. Onstage and surrounded with a large and fine cast of characters of that era—from Lady Bird Johnson and Martin Luther King Jr. to Sen. Richard Russell and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara—the action gives the audience as near to a feeling of what it must have been like to experience Johnson close-up as they are likely to get in any artistically inspired setting. The standing ovations that Cranston receives from audiences in the sold-out Neil Simon Theater are for his powerful representation of the man, but inevitably, this play inspires an examination of Johnson that he deserves—and has largely not yet received.
Read more. [Image: Evgenia Eliseeva/AP]

theatlantic:

How Pop Culture Is Re-evaluating Lyndon B. Johnson’s Legacy

Fifty years after his greatest electoral and legislative triumphs, Lyndon Baines Johnson is getting a worthy reappraisal in, of all places, a Broadway production: All the Way, written by Robert Schenkkan and starring Bryan Cranston as LBJ.

Adorned with prosthetic earlobes and two-inch shoe lifts, Cranston has transformed himself into the outsized physical stature of Johnson, and provides theatergoers with a brilliant portrayal of America’s 36th president. Onstage and surrounded with a large and fine cast of characters of that era—from Lady Bird Johnson and Martin Luther King Jr. to Sen. Richard Russell and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara—the action gives the audience as near to a feeling of what it must have been like to experience Johnson close-up as they are likely to get in any artistically inspired setting. The standing ovations that Cranston receives from audiences in the sold-out Neil Simon Theater are for his powerful representation of the man, but inevitably, this play inspires an examination of Johnson that he deserves—and has largely not yet received.

Read more. [Image: Evgenia Eliseeva/AP]

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How to Reset Your Password in OS X Lion

Posted on 31 March 2014

In the Terminal window that appears enter “resetpassword” (without the quotes) and press Return. A Reset Password window will pop up

I have been waiting for a way to do this. Since OS X Lion does not come as a DVD, I figured the usual Leopard/Snow Leopard password reset using the installation DVD would not work (obviously) with Lion.

(Via Chris Breen's Resetting a forgotten administrator’s password in Lion Macworld article.

    

Tags » how to • mac os x • lion • 


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