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I donated 1 day of cpu time to WCG during the past week wcgrid.org

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This thing is accurate. .308 win, sighted in perfectly at 100 yards. pic.twitter.com/JXTOaPrW4r

via Twitter for Android from Iowa, US

putdotio Looks like those warnings about the Tor network being attacked (blog.torproject.org/blog/possible-…) were not empty threats: news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8780820

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:51 AM, Dec 23rd, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@FLOSSTRADAMUS Love your music guys. If you ever find yourselves needing web dev work done, keep me in mind. :) longrendev.io

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@WebTechGroupSTL Let me know about schema and facebook opengraph integration. Will have some free time Monday to get it completed. :)

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@Mburakergenc Keep me in mind if you need to contract out some WordPress jobs. I’ll be available more than usual for the next few months. ☺

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@janl @putdotio I feel I need to make absolutely clear that @putdotio isn’t making this claim, it’s all me. I can’t speak for them.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@stevenlschoen Scratch that, I already starred it long ago on GitHub. :) github.com/DSteve595/Put.…

via Twitter Web Client in reply to tlongren from Iowa, US

@stevenlschoen Your take on longren.io/protecting-you…? Some believe no protection is achieved. Better than nothing, as I see it. Am I wrong?

via Twitter Web Client in reply to stevenlschoen from Iowa, US

@stevenlschoen I didn’t even realize it was Apache 2 licensed. Is the code online anywhere, like GitHub?

via Twitter Web Client in reply to stevenlschoen from Iowa, US

putdotio An offer to Sony from 2600: 2600.com/?q=content/off…

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 5:39 AM, Dec 21st, 2014 via Twitter Web Client)

@annemarsden If you need an associate with crazy WordPress experience at any point, I can help. :)

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@janl @putdotio Possibly. I just speak from my experiences and those of friends. Hope you have a good day/evening, whichever is relevant. :)

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio LE simply isn’t interested in wasting resources seizing the VPS/data of a casual pirate. You do make valid points, however.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio And you’d need to be doing a lot more than downloading a movie or two a week for it to be worthwhile to seize a VPS.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio They’re far and few between, but they do exist. And I believe Put.io to be one of them.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio VPN providers I meant, not VPS providers.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to tlongren from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio How can you possibly disagree that this is better than doing nothing? VPS providers sell themselves this way.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio Not a false claim at all. It’s an added level of protection. Far better than just handing LE your IP, like most do.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio Got it. This is targeted at novices, not ones who LE is investigating for mass infringement. Talking casual pirates I guess.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US

@putdotio Thanks for the RT! Much appreciated.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to putdotio from Iowa, US

@janl @putdotio This offers protection most BitTorrent users don’t currently have. I’ll write a follow-up describing worst-case outcomes.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to janl from Iowa, US