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Good sir, you are a genius! This is so dope. 
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These look sweet! Why can't you use them on a breadboard?
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Cool, thanks for the info! 
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For anyone looking for ng-animate in AngularJS 1.2 - I found this to be a great post: 

http://www.yearofmoo.com/2013/08/remastered-animation-in-angularjs-1-2.html

It covers the basics really well (including show/hide).
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One of my pens was featured today on +Codepen - made using #three.js and (ab)using +Greensock #GSAP. It was fun to figure out the trig stuff to get some of it to work right, as dealing with the Euler angles used to rotate stuff in three.js is still a bit tricky for me. 
Just messing around with some stuff in three.js - so fun!...
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+Daniel Suarez I just finished Influx - thanks for writing such a kickass book! 

The little nano machines at work here look like something leaked out of the BTC ;) 
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I am finally using Macaw to design a site. The software is pretty damn good for a initial release. I just popped into their forums, and MAN! Rough sauce! 
As someone who has backed a few #kickstarter projects  in the past, I feel for the app's creators. Some of those posts are just… wow. It's like people thought Macaw was going to immediately barf out amazing sites for them from day one, regardless of their knowledge. 

I only have one meager request - add display: property controls on breakpoints so I can hide elements ;)

Keep fighting the good fight, fellas - some of us get it.  #macaw    #webdesign   
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Something special to look forward to during #worldcup ! I can't wait to see this #exoskeleton   in action!
Paraplegic Brazilian will don exoskeleton to kick off tournament in first public display of possible wheelchair replacement
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Sooooo – do they have an actual prototype, or is this like the slickest kickstarter video ever? 
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I read a bit more - turns out there are 2 parts to it - the headset and the computer
-Interesting indeed! We need one man!
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Thanks for this - I have been trying to wrap my head around how to approach this exact thing! 
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I am so excited to try out Sparkfun's new data channel! #iot #ftw!
Introduction. SparkFun's Data.SparkFun.com service allows you to easily push your data to the “cloud.” Whether you're posting weather readings, office environment conditions, or anything else, it can come in handy to have a central, online location to store those sensor readings.
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For me, it's the Palomino Blackwing and the Palomino Blackwing Pearl! 
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Awesome work! Do you have source code for this up anywhere? 
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HTML, CSS, SASS, JS, PHP, AS2, AS3, Digital Design, Additive Manufacturing,
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Brogrammer, 3D Printing Enthusiast, Illustrator and Cat Hat Wearing Mofro
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  • New York University
    Digital Media and Communications, 2008 - 2013
  • New York University
    French Literature, 1997 - 2001
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My child has attended Pusteblume since the day they opened and he loves it. The space is really lovely, the teachers and children are wonderful, and the location is optimal. They offer both German and Spanish programs with native speakers. It has been a real pleasure to see my child grow up at Pusteblume. Their curriculum has helped him learn to participate in activities, have fun, and be productive in a classroom environment. The discovery based curriculum is great for our child, as the kids are encouraged to learn by focusing on what interests him.
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I went to Ramsey Subaru on a whim - I knew I was looking to get a Crosstrek soon, so when I happened to drive by on a road trip, my wife, child and I decided to go check one out. They had a manual transmission one in the super sweet Khaki color, which we all fell in love with. Everyone there was super friendly and knowledgable. If you have kids, you know that it can be stressful to bring the lil' fellas places when you are trying to do serious business. The staff at Ramsey Subaru were so nice to our little son, who was fascinated with the cars and the cool fish tanks everyone has on their desks. This made a big difference in making the experience a good one. It was stress-free and fun. Since we don't live in the area, I checked out a dealer closer to where I live, and was almost going to buy one there just because it was closer. They were cool too, but much more pushy and impatient. Mike called me up and worked with me to give me a price I could not beat on the color/make I wanted. They really went the extra mile to bring me back over there without ever getting pushy or obnoxious. I had never bought a car at a dealership before, and they made it super easy to get out the door in our new ride. These guys made the experience a great one!
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