Walter Glenn
walterglenn
9/25/19
11:00 PM
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We just recently lost our Goldendoodle. She was 14 and was one hell of a dog. She had the grace, smarts, and athleticism of a standard poodle and the kind-hearted loyalty of a golden retriever. Read more

8/24/19
4:12 PM
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I still write notes and brainstorm on paper. Lots of flexibility. When it comes time to organize my thoughts and take them digital, I use Trello.

8/11/19
3:23 AM
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This. These networks don’t lean in any direction. People (of both sides) just notice most the things that offend their beliefs. So they feel like there is more of it.

7/29/19
10:01 PM
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It’s catchy enough (and it now stands at 6.3 billion views on YT)

7/21/19
2:32 PM
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Cook the corn in its husk---oven or grill. You can wait for it to cool a bit or just use a pair of gloves, but it’s much easier to shuck, silk and husk, after cooking.

7/5/19
10:56 PM
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Your prompt was to name extraordinarily good things the US government has done. Not things that they did first or that they were the only ones to have ever done. Read more

7/5/19
12:21 AM
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If we discount all the private technological and cultural achievements made by people from or in the US and go strictly for good things the government has participated in or directed? Read more

7/2/19
12:54 AM
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Registering a sound-alike domain name is one thing. Putting up a shadow site that looks like the restaurant’s real website, but directs people to a grubhub number is the problematic part.

7/1/19
1:26 AM
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Nah. I was around when it went down. New Coke was a full sugar alternative with a sweeter formulation that they thought would fare better against Pepsi.

6/10/19
2:12 AM
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It’s not that weird a list. You could substitute The Ref for Love Actually (and maybe add Elf just because it’s a family favorite around here) and it could be my list.

5/30/19
6:17 PM
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I moved from Dropbox to the Office 365 family plan. At around $11/month, six people get access to Office on multiple devices and they each get 1 TB of OneDrive space. Read more

5/30/19
3:27 AM
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If I were a betting man, I’d put my money on that not going well.

5/30/19
3:25 AM
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“If I was” as pointed out in this article isn’t 2nd conditional. It’s really a zero conditional because it refers to a past time. “If I was acting like a jerk, I’m sorry,” for example, is a present apology for a past action. Read more