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It was Anzac Day and everything but essential services close until 1pm. It was great to be able to relax, sleep in and not rush. 583 more words

That app you love, part 1: Making a connection

I am going to show you how I took an everyday, off-the-shelf application and turned it into a cluster-ready juggernaut of persistent usefulness. Along the way, I’ll share the pitfalls that I hit in getting this all working so that you can chuckle at my misfortune and avoid having to make the same mistakes yourself. 805 more words


Biggun' Schefflera in some concrete shoes

I tell you what, sometimes I live an interesting life. One time, when I was still in the Durable Medical Equipment field, fixing wheelchairs and such, I once removed a bougie for a guy, a big bougie, actually, which he let me keep, and still charged him for an inner tube and labor for fixing his wheelchair. 1,124 more words


From Checkpoint/Restore to Container Migration

The concept to save (i.e. checkpoint / dump) the state of a process, at a certain point in time, so that it may later be used to restore / restart the process (to the exact same state) has existed for many years. 1,382 more words

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Overwintering Geraniums

Sometimes you have a perfect summer with conditions that have contributed to the most beautiful container of geraniums you’ve ever had. What to do in the fall — let them die off and try again next year, or attempt to keep them over the winter? 245 more words

Outagamie County Master Gardener Association

JB Hunt Containters

John Currin (JC) posted JB Hunt Containters https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-lsoIP067VkI/V-MxHnIsn9I/AAAAAAAA0-Q/1MiG-HPRGk8A7lVvn2gCpn5CG5Dtlo-OgCJoC/d20131115_02g.jpg?imgmax=1024

Originally shared by +Tom Gatermann

November 15, 2013. Edgerton, Kansas.

J. B. Hunt containers pass under the signal bridge at Edgerton, KS. 40 more words