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A friend of mine has this HP Chromebook - it's a nice one

From: Phil Shapiro 
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The larger screen than my Acer C720 is quite noticeable. 

If you're looking to buy a Chromebook, this one is on sale for $199 for 24 hours -- 


see http://tinyurl.com/nyk27fm 


Phil 

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"Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates 
"Learning happens thru gentleness." 

The new Samsung 4K video camera (NX1)

From: Phil Shapiro 
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For those of you who have Core i7 processor computers with 27-inch monitors, video footage 
from the new Samsung 4K video camera is something to be seen. 


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q

Build/Hire Team

From: Mike Harrison 
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I=92ve been asked about the possibility of hiring 1, maybe 2 or 3, web appl=
ication / interface guru=92s =

to build fancy mobile friendly interface web app for an existing back end t=
hat does the heavy lifting. =


This is a 3+ month (maybe eternal) project. =


In the list is: =93Sexy graphing/charting=94 (JavaScript) and =93user exper=
ience=94.  =


Interested? Strike up a conversation. =



Mike Harrison
mike@geeklabs.com  =

423 605 6943
Skype: meuoned




Start Up Week

From: Mike Harrison 
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http://startupweekcha.com/

If i knew for sure I=92d be in town that week.. it=92d be fun to do a Chuga=
lug-ish Linux thing.. =





File and Folder permissions

From: ASG 
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I have a project that includes a number of files and folders. I=92m =
trying to find an easy way to set the permissions for all folders to 750 =
and all files to 640.

I know I can use chmod -R 750 /path/to/folder and that will set =
everything to 750. If then try to set the files to 640 using something =
like chmod -R 640 /path/to/folder/*.py then only the .py files in the =
top directory get modified. I need all of the .py files in the hierarchy =
to get modified.

I know it is possible to do it with find and -exec but was hoping there =
was a simpler way.

Thanks,
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Stephen Haywood
Owner
ASG Consulting
423.305.3700
asgconsulting.co