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I have a Withings scale with CO2 detection in my bedroom, and I think I've noticed a poor sleep correlation with slightly raised CO2 levels (caused by closing the door vs leaving more of an air gap).

Is there a straightforward way to combine the sleep as android data with the Withings co2 records? 
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Just some sort of usable export would do in the mean time, like a csv or XML with minutes in each kind of sleep (or waking/pausing).  Frankly, anything could be hitched up with a parse-able time stamp....

Could you import CO2 readings (or whatever other readings new devices come up with) as text in the tags?
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Aiguilles d'Arves from Lac Guichard last night & this morning...

I took advantage of the last snow-free day to take the Col de la Croix de Fer, and explore a lake I've had on my hit list for a while, and it didn't disappoint. No clouds to reflect the sunset, but it did light up the mountains perfectly and I had a few mirror like reflections as the wind dies and the sun went down.

I decided to bivvy at the lake so managed to catch the sunrise as well (although this location is better for the sunset than the sunrise).
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Nice colors / contrasts!
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A re-edit and B&W architectural conversion of one I took in Paris last November close to La Defense.  

Which do you prefer? This one or the next?
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Great set! I prefer the colored one, can better feel the night atmosphere...
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Confused as to how the new google views 360 system works to expose views on google maps... I've uploaded a 360 (shown in my profile on the left), but it's not showing in the explore section.  +Google Maps 

I suspect this may be because I've not tagged it to a business or item on the map. I've not done this because there's no location in the middle of this roundabout...  (Ok - there is... but it's a bogus listing - reported).

https://www.google.com/maps/contrib/114863235808159664882/@45.1834046,5.7163733,20z

Zooming into another location where I have tagged the 360s to a location I do see my 360s - Fort de Comboire - and they show up on either a search or a zoom in.

https://www.google.com/maps/@45.1368892,5.6785732,98m/data=!3m1!1e3
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Rockin the #Ut4M like no other than runner 4563 can.... 
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Good choice

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Grenoble - run or tram? #Ut4M
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So when will we see the ability to connect photospheres into a virtual tour? Perhaps even viewable in Google cardboard? 
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What camera should you buy today?

I frequently get asked for advice on tech, and for a while have been thinking I needed a post on the best camera of today for a couple of different use cases.  So this is my no-nonsense opinion... you may agree, you might not, and for sure the tech will be different tomorrow - but for now - scroll down to the sort of photographer you are, and you'll find my current recommendation.

None of these are the cheapest options in their category, but I think you'll find if you buy the lowest cost, then sooner or later you'll get the itch to upgrade and spend more over time.

Casual photographer
LG G4 - http://geni.us/2QTs / Samsung Galaxy S6 http://geni.us/3VVQ

Frustrated Casual Photographer - Sony DSC-RX100 IV
http://geni.us/3E7g

Beginner Serious Photographer - OM-D EM-10 MkII

Serious Photographer - OM-D E-M5 MkII
http://geni.us/44Fg

Travelling serious photographer - Panasonic DMC-GM5
http://geni.us/2Da6

Super serious photographer - Sony Alpha 7 II
http://geni.us/Rl7

Read the post below for the background, and let me know below if you disagree (and why!).
I frequently get asked for advice on tech, and for a while have been thinking I needed a post on the best camera of today for a couple of different use cases.  So this is my no-nonsense opinion... you may agree, you might not, and for sure the tech will be different tomorrow - but for now - scroll down to the sort of photographer you are, and you'll find my current recommendation. None of these are the cheapest options in their catego...
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+Stéphane Horn Who me? Never... you steampunk camera aficionado :)
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The Coup Icare from 6 years ago... This year's event is on now... 
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5 years ago... up in the Vercors... Today... stuck on the PC... Hmm.

https://photos.google.com/rediscover/CgZwaG90b3MaG3BlYWJvZHk6U2VwdGVtYmVyIDV0aCwgMjAxMA
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RTT RTT RTT RTT RTT RTT RTT RTT RTT!
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#ut4m passed through Grenoble's grand boulevards this morning... 
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Too clever for my poor brain..
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#Ut4M  runners leaving Grenoble ... they're smiling now... will they still be tomorrow morning?
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Day job: Hewlett Packard | WW SDN Ecosystem & App Store Manager - HP


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Great staff, quick service and more space than the previous venue; but the onion baji was still just onion rings, and the jalfrezi ordered hot had no real spice & tasted just the same as my friend's apparently different dish. Unfortunately just ok...
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Tasty and cheap cold vegetarian alternative to a kebab. I just had the wrap for € 3.50 I think... Filled my post beer craving sufficiently on a late Sunday evening.
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Big hotel in a central London location. When heading to the tube station make sure you get the right entrance as both of the local ones don't have access to all of the lines. OK continental breakfast in the executive lounge. Good gym & pool facilities.
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It is the benchmark Irish pub in Grenoble that all others aspire to replicate. Not the best to go to if you're looking for a quiet night, but if you're after the best craic in town, try O'Callahans. The Guinness is occasionally great, and normally OK, but rarely terrible, which I guess is the most you can ask.
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Top proper pub with history and good beer. Popped in for a quick visit after visiting the Thai around the corner before realizing that they actually had a partnership with the same restaurant! Great selection of 'pub stuff' and a few good regulars.
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Good selection from a small fruit & veg shop, and they do have a few premium items. Sometimes they can get kale or chou frise, although it seems to only be ordered on on request.
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Wow. Best burger I've had in Grenoble, and actually close to the best I've had in the US. The burger was coarse minced, so tender. The bun was fresh, light and tasty, as was the burger sauce & toppings. Nothing to complain about in the chips either.
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