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Austin Dizzy
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I like gaming, coding, and security. Sometimes, two intertwine. Often, all three.
I like gaming, coding, and security. Sometimes, two intertwine. Often, all three.

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While on vacation in Williamsburg, VA, I decided to make use of my +Google Glass by taking videos of some rides in Busch Gardens. This is only one of five, so maybe I'll use my "meh" Sony Vegas skills to make more of these. Enjoy!
#throughglass  

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For some reason, it really tickles my fancy that 95% of the What's Hot section of Google+ is filled with posts from NASA Astronauts, scientists, researchers, and tech enthusiasts.
Hopefully Google+ grows out of its infancy and mutates into a greatly used system.

So, I've been using ice cream sandwich (4.0.3 to be exact) on my rooted HTC Evo 4G for the past 24 now and I am proudly saying that the experience is lovely, smooth, responsive, and near-flawless. Since my phone is rooted and this is just a rom instead of an official update, it is a little buggy. Only somewhat minor bugs though. I'm using the Android Open Kang Project (AOKP) build-31 for supersonic models if anyone was wondering. The only noticeable bugs seem to be the camera which only half works and the fact I can't send multi paged messages. I have to split the messages up into separate messages for it to successfully send. Other than that, this rom is pretty stable. Hopefully I can find a camera fix soon as I tend to use it often but I can live without it, I guess.
If you own a non-ICS +Android device then you surely are missing out. You should update as soon as possible. ;)

So, my opinion on the #newgoogleplus is probably the same as everyone's but I thought I'd go throw my two cents into it. It looks nice, I'm going to have to admit that, but they're trying to make it like an application experience on a desktop computer. I thought the old Google+ looked great and would have only changed minor details. But this? This is a total overhaul and a very unneeded change that I can see some people losing faith in this social network over. Hopefully, over the new few life cycles of +Google+ and its styles +Google and the +Google Developers team will see that although application being on the rise, the mobility and use of them on a desktop is fairly unneeded.
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