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@mike The 3-2-1 idea is nice. You should have at least 3 backups, on 2 different medias and 1 backup should be offsite.

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@kev Mine was less a question of the status quo and more a matter of convenience and capability. I started using Linux in the late 90s when I was going to college. I was studying Computer Science, and all our dev was done on Digital Unix. Having my own "Unix" was super attractive. Some friends of mine showed me a Mac running MKLinux, and I was sold. Free (as in beer) was a huge benefit too (I was broke). Free (as in Freedom) came later and is very important to me now.

@nolan @bobstechsite

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Buster's soft freeze starts today; full freeze is a month from now: lists.debian.org/debian-devel-

Which means we're very close to the new release.

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US citizens, if you don't use your public library, consider giving it another look this year. 

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Hm, now if only I was even on the same continent as Cambridge.

"The Raspberry Pi store is much cooler than an Apple Store"

techcrunch.com/2019/02/07/the-

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