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I found +Mr. Jingles !
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Your turn +Google Drive.
Amazon doesn't believe in limits, not anymore—not when it comes to storage space. The company has stripped Cloud Drive of its storage limitations. No... by Bertel King, Jr. in Applications, News
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Urges other IN tech companies to follow suit; Gen Con CEO also responds.
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:-/ me *1000 I guess maybe I need to make some adjustments in my life.
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Android for Work Review
This is probably the only Android for Work review on the internet! All the pieces finally launched about a week or two ago so I signed up for Google Apps and got it running. It's a pretty neat solution for business people that are currently stuck carrying a work and personal phone.
Google aims for the enterprise with separate work and home data on a single device.
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AKA disable RC4 support on your TLS implementations.
Exploits pluck passwords and other sensitive data out of encrypted data streams.
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Clearly an invitation to move to a different location while you still can.
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To the simple life.
 
Why does this millionaire baseball star live in a van down by the river?
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As you know, I'm running Chrome OS on Dev Channel every day and this might scares some of you who want to switch. Don't worry though, if you’re a tech-savvy explorer, craving new features and willing to take a little risk, you should try out the Chrome OS Beta Channel and get the latest features sooner. On the Beta Channel you can test, send feedback to the chrome team, and help shape the future of Chrome OS.

Here's one new feature rolling next week among many on the latest Beta Channel: the Chrome Launcher 2.0.

This new launcher is the best way to start new activities on Chrome OS, like performing a Google search or launching apps.  It's fast, simple, and helps you get things done. Search has been enhanced to help you find what you are looking for faster, apps you most often use right have been put at your fingertips, and the power of Google Now has been brought to your Chromebook.

Have a look at https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!category-topic/chromebook-central/discuss-chrome-os/beta/dH45keXOy5Q to see all the other cool features in the Chrome OS Beta Channel.
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Ha! Now this is funnny.
Imagine: you're lying in bed, the perfume of lovemaking still stinging your nostrils and firing your neurons, legs tangled with your partner. Baby, that sex with you was so good, you coo, rolling over--only to discover that your partner is wearing a gold miniature smartphone on his wrist. Don't ever let this happen.
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Startup founder, Google Developer Expert, Glass Pioneer, and profesional bearder
Introduction
Unicorn herder, web API geek, hacker advocate, and web developer. Builder of Awesome by day and TwitterOauth, and many other interesting projects at night. I generally work with Python, JavaScript, and web APIs but I'll hack anything once.

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Bragging rights
TIME's Person of the Year for 2006
Work
Occupation
Web Engineer
Skills
HTTP APIs, JavaScript, Python, PHP, MongoDB, Developer Communities, boxing
Employment
  • Addvocate
    Founder, 2012 - present
  • InboundScore
    Lead Developer, 2010 - 2012
  • Brazen Careerist
    Drupal Developer, 2008 - 2009
  • Consultant
    Web Developer, 2007 - 2010
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Other names
4braham, mr4braham, thorbraham
Abraham Williams's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Chromium Team Currently Developing Experimental New Tab Page That Render...
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Chrome may be one of the most popular web browsers out there, but its new tab page still manages to look like an unfinished product much of

Salesforce abandons all future Indiana plans following passage of SB 101
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Urges other IN tech companies to follow suit; Gen Con CEO also responds.

PORTRAIT OF A DOGWALKER on Vimeo
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In 2010 after working in Finance for nearly 5 years Matt Hein quit his job and headed off to follow his dreams. After living and working in

Take the Pledge: I Will Not Have Sex With Anyone Who Wears an AppleWatch
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Imagine: you're lying in bed, the perfume of lovemaking still stinging your nostrils and firing your neurons, legs tangled with your partner

Exclusive - Jon Ronson Extended Interview
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"So You've Been Publicly Shamed" author Jon Ronson describes how one bad tweet ruined one woman's life and recounts his own experience with

Project Spartan and IE will now use entirely separate rendering engines
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Edge engine is now Spartan-only, while IE 11 will work as it does in Windows 8.1.

Chromium team reverses course, will adopt IE’s merged mouse, touch APIs
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Pointer Events spec, panned by Apple, will be part of Chrome's rendering engine.