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Run-time error!  :D
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+Secret Santa   is back! View all the wishlists and add yours at http://gplussanta.com/ 


Be a #GPlusSanta .. give, receive, repeat!
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Hello anika
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+Divya Balasubramanian
D! Check this out.. just the kind of post-sending email control we were fantasizing about over dinner!
 
Google+ lets you control email after you've sent it!

Sure, you could send regular email, but why? 

As a sender of email, Google+ gives you control over the message. 

Let’s say you use Google+ to send email to your boss in the evening. You sleep on it, and wish you had added a few additional comments. 

Because you sent via Google+, you can!

Just open the post and make your changes. When your boss gets around to reading your email, it will show the edited version, not the original. You can edit as often as you like. 

You can edit email even after the recipient has read it. 

You can also delete emails after you’ve sent them. 

When the recipient opens the e-mail after you’ve deleted it, they can see the first few words. But if they use Gmail, the body of the email becomes “This post no longer exists.” 

If they’re not using Gmail, they get a link to a Google+ page that says “This post could not be found.”

There are services that let you delete messages after sending. For example, a site called Burn Note ( https://burnnote.com ) allows you to write a note to someone on their site. They get a link to that note in their email. 

Once the recipient starts reading the message, a timer starts and the message is deleted when the timer runs out. Messages can be read only once. 

Burn Note is nice, but you have to decide in advance that your message is going to be deleted and choose in advance to use Burn Note. 

If you send email via Google+, you can decide to delete the whole conversation after the fact. And you can do it without the pressure of a timer. Just delete it when you want to delete it.

Neither you nor the recipient nor anyone else will have access to the email conversation after you’ve deleted it. 

One caveat, though. If you send an email via Google+ to someone who does not have a Google+ account, they will not be able to comment on the message. (Even they create an account, they won’t be able to, because the message was not addressed to their new Gmail account. You can, however, tell them in their email that by clicking on your name and going to your profile, they’ll be able to send you an email from there if they’re logged in.) 

To send an email to a Google+ user, just use a + mention in the body of the post. That will trigger Gmail to send them an email version.

To send an email to a non-Google+ user, or to any non-Gmail address, just + mention the whole email address in the body of the post. 

Sure, you can send regular email. But why not take advantage of the total control Google+ gives you?

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Thanks for sharing this :)
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and did you truly appreciate the awesomeness of today's xkcd? http://www.reddit.com/r/comics//comments/rnpiw/mindboggling_xkcd_april_fools_comic/
If you go visit [xkcd](http://xkcd.com/) it may appear to be just a normal, though perhaps surprisingly relevant comic. But in fact, there's a massiv...
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Plans for April 4?
 
Celebrate the start of the 2012 LHC run with LHC experiments!

Participate in a special Hangout On Air from the +CMS Experiment, +ATLAS Experiment and +CERN control rooms, as we celebrate the re-start of the Large Hadron Collider in 2012, when the machine will operate at higher energies than ever before! Join us at the start of the year of discovery, and see where some of the world’s highest-energy particle physics experiments take place and ask questions to the scientists who conduct them.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN is the world’s biggest and most powerful particle accelerator, spanning the border between Switzerland and France. The LHC accelerates protons to nearly the speed of light and then smashes them together inside detectors like CMS some 40 million times a second to produce fantastic particles, many of which haven’t been around since the Big Bang.

CMS and ATLAS are the two general-purpose experiments at the LHC, located diametrically opposite each other on the 27-km ring. Both are hot on the trails of particles such as the Higgs boson, and are searching for signs of Supersymmetry and any exotic physics Nature has to offer.

Want to know what the differences and similarities between CMS and ATLAS are? Curious about the benefits of operating the LHC at 8 TeV and the challenges involved in it? Want an inside peak at the nerve centres of the LHC and its general-purpose experiments?

Comment below the original post by CMS and send us your questions, telling us why you would like to participate! A few of you will be invited to join the Hangout.

Be sure to add +CMS Experiment, +ATLAS Experiment and +CERN to your circles in order to be a part of this experience.

Important details:
The Hangout will be streamed live on the +CMS Experiment page.
Date: 4th April, 2012 (Wednesday)
Time: 16:00 – 17:30 Central European Summer Time (UTC +2) | Start times around the world: http://timeanddate.com/s/27zc

#LHC #CERN #CompactMuonSolenoid #ATLAS #CMSControlRoom #ATLASControlRoom #CERNControlCentre
#ParticlePhysics #Physics #Science

#HangoutOnAir #HangoutsOnAir #LargeHangoutCollider #ScienceHangout
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Lets keep fingers crossed that very soon (in our PhD time scale!) they either (1) find something new or (2) even at arbitrarily high energies they find nothing new - two cases in which we can get jobs - though our job prospects are maximum if they find those new things which are expected but scientifically its most exciting if (1) or especially if (2) happens.
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A couple of fun mash-ups doing the rounds these days!

Here's Romney-rap if you missed it - Will The Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up (feat. Eminem)
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+Secret Santa  time! I just #GaveAGift   Spread the love, head over to http://gplussanta.com/ 
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Live now!
 Go go GO!
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Happy April Fools'! You gotta check these out!
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Well done. That is a fantastic list.
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..and of course Obama, following up on Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way', with a LMFAO number -
Barack Obama Singing Sexy and I Know It by LMFAO [OFFICIAL] :D :D
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Hope you guys had a happy St. Patty's!

Here's the reason for that cheer, the science of beer..
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