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An afternoon in Perth by the Tay river.
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Part of the staycation included picking up lunch at the Sunflower bakeshop and enjoyed it with Sharlene in the park behind the bakery.

http://www.tripadvisor.ca/ShowUserReviews-g499284-d6212978-r213128772-The_Sunflower_Bake_Shop-Perth_Ontario.html 
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Participating in this panel next week. Should be really interesting! Sparks could fly...in a good way!
Join us for an online panel discussion featuring thought leaders on the forefront of predictive marketing to learn how to improve your demand gen.
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Superheroes on the front lawn.
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Greetings @Salesforce and @salesforcedevelopers community and of course, +Alex Gorbachev.

I have a SFDC client looking to run large queries against accounts, contacts and a custom object call assets. They have 50,000,000 account and contact records and are interested in running this kind of query:

- communication opt-in is YES (contact attribute)
- English language or country: US, CA, AU, UK (asset attribute)
- any user type (query a value stored in an asset record)

The report would list the customer account, name, assets and could be summarized by user type, by country and obviously totaled.

I have reviewed the Best Practices for Deployments with Large Data Volumes, but before the team will scope the work and get to the bottom of the requirement, I would like to know if there are limits on query sizes and or time-out limits? Has anyone come across these limits or has salesforce.com offered up the specifics of where a query against a production database will simply fall over? I found someone referencing a 3rd party system called heroku.com. They list accounts such as Macy's, Toyota etc. 

I would appreciate knowing what we are getting into. Feel free to reach me direct at andy dot church at onpath.com
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Anytime!
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Greetings.

I am looking to launch a community driven FALL garage sale. If you are interested in thinning out your garage, basement or closets, please consider running your own garage sale on Saturday, October 4th.

Sign up at the link below to put your home on the garage sale map. A star representing your home will be placed on a google map once it is time to more heavily promote the event.

I am donating the proceeds to the local charities sponsored by the Showboat Dragonboat team. All are welcome to donate some or all of the proceeds to your favorite cause(s).

http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/mckellar-park-fall-garage-sale-tickets-12888035461

Please spread the word to your neighbors in McKellar Park. The more homes that join in, the better the draw of buyers and deal seekers.
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Michael Pytura and +Laurie Pytura Perhaps you guys will join in?
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Hey +*****​ and Sharpspring Blog owner. Was looking to comment and offer feedback on the SharpSpring’s White Label Marketing Automation Platform blog entry.

Point one: open your blog and take feedback in context.

Point two: clients new to marketing automation can only bite off so much at one. A new agency, with new processes etc is a lot to take on at once. When clients look at the demo and note a built in CRM, the sales lead immediately winces at the thought of adding a CRM migration to her headaches. Fast forward six to twelve months and they will see its value highlighted in your blog entry.

As a consequence, we are left with working out flows across Sharpsring and their in-house CRM. A one button export or workflow rule that pushed out a file for import would do the trick, not to mention a single sign-on method. If each record included a live link back to contact history, the reps could click back to your system to see contact history. This would be a great way to start socializing the tool with this audience.

In my view, if you build some simple bridges, you will enhance interoperability and eventually win over more sales users!


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Capital City Dance rolls again at the AMA competition.
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Wow impressive!!!
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A selfless, pay-it-forward gesture that pays.  If you are eligible, get in the game!
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Hey +Google Drive Why not build a google drive search shortcut that lets me quickly search on drive without having to navigate to the search bar and try to remember the string to that service.  Would love to double tab the space bar, then see a search window in the middle of the screen I can enter text in and fetch the prospect hits on a drive page.

I use drive day to day to find, update and share files. Hope this #suggestion  is on your list.

While you are there, can you please invite me to Google InBox? Was hoping my sustained use of PLUS would have put me on the A-list to be invited. 

Thanks!
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Other than navigating to it., then searching, I am not aware.
On 29 Oct 2014 23:29, "Google+ (Glenn Schmelzle)" <
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What an amazing gift. 
Sonia and Anita, two sisters living in India, have been blind since birth, but a simple eye operation makes it possible for them to see their home for the first time.
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A friend of mine is dying from nervous system malfunction that has included ALS symptoms. I feel so sad for her and her family. The doctors were puzzled and offered surgical interventions to stimulate her brain. Nothing worked long term.

I am noting many are jumping on the ALS awareness challenge. Dumping cold water on someone sounds like fun.

I might suggest that if and when you do get the challenge, please donate $50 and share the donate now link with your friends. When you are being recorded, don't just challenge...Talk up the money. Someone you love could be hit with ALS and a cure is clearly needed.

Food for thought
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For Joan and Gerry and your love of theatre.
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