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Samsung has taken the customer experience to the next level to now offer live customer support on Helpouts by Google. 

Samsung SPOT is Smart Personal Online Training. With Samsung SPOT on Helpouts by Google, you’re able to interact real-time with Samsung product experts to receive important how-to information and troubleshooting assistance, all over live video. 

SPOT support on Helpouts by Google is available for select Samsung products:  refrigerators and TVs. SPOT support on Helpouts by Google is a free service for Samsung customers. 

Once the reps are able to make the connection, just sit back and point the screen of your laptop or tablet to the Samsung product you’re having issues with and the rep will guide you through the solution. Learn more about it here: https://helpouts.google.com/+SamsungUSA #Samsungtips  
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You have a new line, or are the spokesperson for the new line? 
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I think Naptural85 cut her ends there
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Okay I officially have my vanity url, but sadly, I'm getting married, and someone has my name! cry. https://www.google.com/+AdrienneWilliams
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Great article on Google Keep! I love this mini app. I use it for work and for personal, and can switch between them with my 2 accounts. Color coding a note helps you keep organized. Check out what Life Hacker has to say about this somewhat app. http://lifehacker.com/not-just-another-notes-app-why-you-should-use-google-k-509256637
When Google Keep launched, it never got the fanfare it deserved. The people that did review it compared it to all the wrong apps, like Evernote or Microsoft OneNote. That's a shame, because a surprisingly good note taking app went under the radar, underrated for coming up short against contenders it wasn't designed to face. It's about time to give Google Keep a fair shake, see where it shines, and how it fits in with the competition.
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After watching the first episode of YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY at house parties across the nation, join us on Sunday evening (4/13), 8:30 PM EDT / 5:30 PM PDT, for a 45-minute Google Hangout on Air with a message from James Cameron, actor Ian Somerhalder, MSNBC's Chris Hayes and the producers of the 9-part Showtime series on climate change.  LIVE HANGOUT.  Connect through Google+ Hangouts or YouTube Live.  Attend or host a house party - http://350.org/years/ and then join us for this national event.  
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Nice hairstyle for my wedding!
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I love Tree tee shampoo and conditioner! I have to cut my ends, but not until I get married in April, but my knots are worse then the normal knots! But Trader Joe's rocks! I do that too when I need to get it back to just hair! 
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+Google+  I'm about to get married April 25, can I get a new url then or can I change it now? How can I change it myself? i know I was pre-approved, but need a last name. :-) 
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I just rated Noah a "Go" on Fandango. What did you think of it?
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Executive Director | Web Content Strategist | Speaker
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  • AJW Foundation | Delirium Today
    Web Producer, 2013 - present
  • AJW Media
    Executive Director, 2006 - 2013
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Mental Health Education. “Our Voice is You!”
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 Adrienne J. Williams  

Executive Director| Web Content Strategist | Speaker | Entrepreneur

Adrienne J. Williams is the Web Content Strategist and Founder of AJW Media—a niche media company for entertainment, news, opinion and social issues. Williams also is the Executive Director and for the AJW Foundation (Delirium Today), a nonprofit to education, support and empower families living with mental health issues which launched in February of 2013.

Williams was invited to the White House by President Barack Obama in 2011, for using social media as an advocacy medium for social change. She was invited to the 2011 GLAAD National Media Institute for People of Color to promote diversity in media and was a Key Note Speaker and preformed workshops at UC Davis University and St. Cloud State University on topics of entrepreneurship, human rights advocacy and using social media for diversity platforms.

Williams was Interviewed on Chicago Progressive Talk Radio hosted by Stephanie Miller, featured in the Chicago Tribune (RedEye), Associated Press, Connextions Magazine, Windy City Times, The Bilerico Project, GLAAD Blog and The Advocate.

Williams has also donated her time and money to causes that she feels is of benefit to the global world in human rights, homelessness and mental health education:

American Foundation Prevention For Suicide, United Black Pride, Center on Halsted, Sara Circle, Cornerstone Community Outreach, Depression Is Real, Habitat for Humanity, Autism Speaks, SAGE, GLAAD, and the Arthritis Foundation.

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Williams received her degree in communication design and minored in computers and deaf studies. She has 13 years of experience in technology and communications, seven years in online publishing. She’s has lived in Japan for two years, loves science fiction, and spends her time improving her craft. She’s also now writing her first book. 

Please visit www.ajwconsultingmedia.com or www.deliriumtoday.org to learn more about her writing projects, volunteering, news and events.

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Invited to the White House by President Barack Obama in 2011
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  • Columbia College Chicago
    Communication Design | Computers | Deaf Studies
To me this is blues music at its finest. I tell every tourist that wants to know which blues bar is better. I tell them “B.L.U.E.S.” (a.k.a. Blues on Halsted) It’s just the right size to really feel the music up close and personal! It feels like you are at a friend’s place—drinking, laughing and in some cases, dancing on the man-made party floor. One of the wonderful things about this place is the staff. Always friendly and enjoying (just like the customers) the splendid sounds of Billy Branch and the Sons of Blues, Carlos Johnson, or Little Ed and the Imperials. Great fun all around!
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
One of my goals is to spend less, and for the price of a movie ticket these days, "New 400 Theatre" is worth it! Not only do you get an old fashion “customer focus” treatment—staff brings the food to you, if delayed, but you can also have a nice wine, mixed drink or beer with your popcorn. How cool is that for just $6 per person. The only downside is, the decor is very vintage, and not the big IMAX screens, but if you don’t mind how big the picture is, it’s just the right size.
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Appeal: Very goodFacilities: GoodService: Very good
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
One of the great things I like about this bike shop is the “personal attention” you are given. Entering Cycle Smithy, I was first introduced to the owner of the shop. Interestingly, I had just read his story online about how he started in Lincoln Park, and how the shop changed to the “diverse shop” it is today. When he saw my old Classic red Schwinn, he got “excited” and immediately loaded my bike on a rack and told me how special it was. We talked about the longevity of my bike and he even found a special part that wasn’t included in the fee! I think Cycle Smithy now has a customer for life!
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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What a place! I went to see my friend (Lynne Jordan & the Shivers) and all I can say is wow! The staff’s willing to service you with ease, the “delicious bottles of wine” that are “created in-house.” I tried a cab red, best wine I had in a long time. The price of wine isn’t cheap at $12-28 a glass, but for a lovely evening out in celebration, I think it worth it!
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
The interesting thing I love about Calo Ristorante is its cozy atmosphere. It’s great for family, business meetings and first dates to impress. The lighting is brilliant to set any mood. The great thing is they also have carryout when it’s just an evening for one or for that matter a whole party. The hearty food menu of steak, chops, fish and wonderful side dishes such as, buttered garlic mash potatoes can’t be bet! If you haven’t been to Calo’s, I would suggest you plan to go there soon. Love them!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago