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Longtime 'Young and the Restless' Actress Kate Linder Attended SF State
TV OVERMIND -- “Young and the Restless” fans know Kate Linder well. Well, we know Esther Valentine well. She’s been on the show since 1982, which makes her one of the longest-running characters to date. She’s not taken any significant amount of time off work, she’s not made us wonder if she’s leaving and never coming back, and she’s just been one of those familiar faces we just love and can’t get enough of for more than 36 years now.

She is a woman who knows what she wants in life, and she’s always done precisely what she wants. When she graduated from high school, she made the decision to go to college. She obtain a degree from San Francisco State University. She has a Bachelor of Arts in theatre arts.
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2 days ago by sfstatelca
Alum Andrés Gallegos Vies for National Cinematography Award
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE -- This has been a noteworthy month for Bay Area cinematographer and filmmaker Andrés Gallegos, who graduated from San Francisco State University with a master of fine arts in cinema in December. His thesis film, “Shoe Shiner,” made its U.S. debut at the Mill Valley Film Festival and earned Gallegos, 32, an American Society of Cinematographers Student Heritage Awards nomination in the graduate student category.

“What I do for a living and what I want to keep developing is cinematography,” says Gallegos.

Set in his native Talca, Chile, “Shoe Shiner” takes place in 1989 at the end of the country’s 16-year military dictatorship as 11-year-old Diego (Patricio Jara Marabolí) ekes out a living on the streets shining shoes and selling newspapers. Although the film concerns itself with recent Chilean history, it was inspired by stories Gallegos’ grandfather told him of his youth as a shoe shiner.
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2 days ago by sfstatelca
Gathering UPS metrics with NUT and Telegraf - Keep It Simple, Sir!
I'm going to gather metrics from my UPS.

Things I'm using here:
* NUT
* Telegraf
* InfluxDB
* Grafana

So, there's a program called NUT (Network UPS Tools) which let you gather data from UPS equipped with RS-232/USB data port.

https://web.archive.org/web/20181014132455/https://agrrh.com/2017/gathering-ups-metrics-with-nut-and-telegraf
https://archive.is/cZZeB
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3 days ago by coffeebucket
mhausenblas/krs: A command line tool for capturing and serializing Kubernetes resource statistics in OpenMetrics format
A command line tool for capturing and serializing Kubernetes resource statistics in OpenMetrics format - mhausenblas/krs
kubernetes  metrics 
6 days ago by geetarista
Professor Dollinger Parses, Challenges Black-Jewish Narrative
J. (SAN FRANCISCO) -- Last week at Temple Sinai in Oakland, Marc Dollinger launched into a discussion of his book “Black Power, Jewish Politics” by saying he was about to “violate historical memory.”

By that, the San Francisco State Jewish Studies professor meant ripping apart the way American Jews remember their involvement in the civil rights struggle.

“The story [we tell ourselves] is, white Jews helped the blacks, then the blacks didn’t want us, so we turned outside the United States and the civil rights struggle to focus on the plight of Soviet Jews,” he told some 70 attendees.

Unfortunately, he said, that’s not the way things actually happened — and he wrote his book to offer a different narrative: his own.
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7 days ago by sfstatelca
Alum Vincent Perez Discusses Fiancé's Unsolved Murder
OXYGEN -- The couple met at San Francisco State University in 2012 and started dating. After graduation, Perez went to work for a local technology firm, while Colombo moved to New York to attend Columbia University through the Bridge to the Ph.D Program for underrepresented students.

The couple maintained a long-distance relationship, and Perez frequently visited from San Francisco.

“We did a lot of exploring,” Perez said. “He would shepherd me across his city. We went to lots of restaurants, ate a lot of food. We walked the highline, and enjoyed the flowers.”
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7 days ago by sfstatelca
Must You Be Informed to Vote? Professor McDaniel Comments
BLOOMBERG -- I really enjoyed a conversation about voting sparked by HuffPost’s Ariel Edwards-Levy on Tuesday. According to one HuffPost/YouGov survey, she noted, older voters (those ages 65 and up) believe by a better than two-to-one margin that everyone should vote, while younger voters (those 18 through 29) say, by an equally decisive margin, that only well-informed citizens should vote. Political scientists took note.

And they were not happy with the youngs. Jason McDaniel of San Francisco State University said, “This is why I always try to puncture this particular myth that to be a voter requires being an ‘informed voter.’”
plsi  faculty  national  metrics 
7 days ago by sfstatelca
Professor Michael David Lukas to Read at Stories on Stage Davis
DAVIS ENTERPRISE -- Lukas’ first novel, “The Oracle of Stamboul,” was a finalist for the California Book Award, the NCIBA Book of the Year Award and the Harold U. Ribalow Prize.

A graduate of Brown University and University of Maryland, Lukas is a recipient of scholarships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Montalvo Arts Center, New York State Summer Writers’ Institute, Squaw Valley Community of Writers and the Elizabeth George Foundation. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Slate, National Geographic Traveler and Georgia Review.

He lives in Oakland and teaches at San Francisco State University.
cw  faculty  research  regional  metrics 
7 days ago by sfstatelca

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