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    Cutting and capping 35 would reconnect the two sides of the city, provide additional “people space” in the form of greenery, houses and businesses, and remove a great eyesore from our otherwise attractive downtown.

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    I was talking to a group of friends when somehow we got on the subject of the toughest man of all time. "Muhammed Ali," said one. "Chuck Norris," said another. I had to set them straight. Without a doubt, the toughest man who ever lived was Cabeza de Vaca.

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    We’ve trolled Facebook, LinkedIn, and odd corners of the internet looking for the tech jobs you won’t find on Craigslist. Most of these come from people at the company in question hoping a friend of a friend can help them find a good person to hire. Luckily for you, The Austin Post is your friend.

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    This week, Austin is home big educational events like the jQuery Conference an HIMSS Edu-Tech event and an all new Refresh Austin. If you’re more in the mood for networking, you can relax and enjoy a drink with Python, Security, or GIS professionals.

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    Austin Community College is launching a new program this semester that could help more Central Texans make a living by working the land.


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    This week, the Austin Post talked to Joel Korpi, founder of Rockify, which he describes as "Pandora for music videos."

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    There’s been some discord lately about the planned MoPac express lanes. Folks argue that they shouldn’t have to pay to drive a carpool lane through the city. The project’s officials, though, say it’s not about adding a carpool lane, it’s about creating more options.


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    Did you know the Beach Boys were connected to Charles Manson until about six months before the Sharon Tate killings?


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    I am pro-choice, but I can fully appreciate why another would be pro-life and unable to agree with me in the slightest. I reject religion but do not condemn the faithful. I support marriage equality, but I also believe that many of those who don't are not hateful, but rather unable to understand and unwilling to try, because for them, it is simply not a priority.

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    Kate Heyhoe has a dream. It’s a sweet holiday dream where people look into the gaping eyes of hand sculpted, near life-sized sugar skulls to witness macabre dioramas within. Like a lot of makers, she doesn’t just want to sell you her art. Her dream is to teach you how to make your own.

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    UPDATE (Sept. 11, 2013): Austinites have the opportunity to shape what their city will look like for decades to come.


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    You probably had the same reaction I did when you heard MoPac is adding express lanes both northbound and southbound. "About darn time!" I thunk to myself. Then I read the fine print.

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    This week, Austin Geeks can enjoy a burlesque show, a Steampunk extravaganza, and a Talk Like A Pirate Day celebration as well as some smaller, quieter groups for the introverts such as the ever awesome Fantasy & Sci Fi Social, Austin Single Gamers, and a discussion group on being a geek.

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    It’s about time that ramen, Japan’s iconic noodle soup, found its way to Austin. The dish has made a big splash here, with at least four high-profile ramen spots opening in the past year. So what’s all the fuss about?


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    We’ve trolled Facebook, LinkedIn, and odd corners of the internet looking for the tech jobs you won’t find on Craigslist. Most of these come from people at the company in question hoping a friend of a friend can help them find a good person to hire. Luckily for you, The Austin Post is your friend.

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    Capital Metro is holding a series of meetings over the coming month to solicit feedback on where urban rail might travel through Austin, but at a meeting of transit advocates last night, some asked if enough time will be given to incorporate this feedback into the decision process.


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  • 09/14/13--17:35: Intervention in Syria?
  • It is easy to play backseat driver and practice foreign policy without a license, but we are all voters. We all need to evaluate government policies and cast votes.

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    A lot of Austin’s tech events take place at happy hour, but this week, early risers have two tech breakfasts to choose from. After work, you can learn about the Austin startup scene, hang with your fellow video game developers, or, of course, have a drink at your networking minglers.

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