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 Monday, February  2
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 <li><a href="#Monday-February-2">Monday, February  2</a>
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 Ubuntu, so let&rsquo;s see what we can find:</p>
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 <h2><a name=Monday-December-8-2014-reading-list href=#Monday-December-8-2014-reading-list>#</a> reading list</h2>
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 <h2><a name=Saturday-January-3-2015-ipv6 href=#Saturday-January-3-2015-ipv6>#</a> ipv6</h2>
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