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I used Ubuntu in 2004 right when I started college as a comp-sci student. It was the only distro that worked with my laptop with very minimal effort. I also love the package management (though Brew on OSX is a close second).

Great read, thanks for sharing!

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This is great and all, but now I've done some analysis on my own project and it depresses me. Thanks, dude. Thanks a lot.

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Ah ha! My evil plan is finally revealed.

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This is pretty neat! Work that nostalgia magic!

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Point #2, negativity, is one of the more surprising things I've had to deal with. It leaks into your personal life, and nobody likes "that guy/girl" who is critical and pessimistic about every little thing.

Great read, thanks for sharing!

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Go Hawks!

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Diggin it. Already using Elfster though!

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I'll get about 3 people MAX to my wedding with this... AWESOME!

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Thanks for sharing! I was introduced to Tmux at work earlier this year. We used it primarily for remote pairing, but now I use it for anything and everything terminal.

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One of the greatest philanthropist of our time.

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This is pretty cool! Makes it easy to see the subtle difference a flat UI makes on a page.

Makes all my GMail icons dissappear though... lol

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Makes the input border for the search field and the sign in button disappear on the main Google page as well.

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