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Ben Ferguson
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Attends University of Utah
Lives in Salt Lake City
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Hey +Google ATAP we haven't heard about any new projects from you guys in a while, I hope the innovation engine that is ATAP hasn't slowed!
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Hey +Motorola Mobility​ I'm visiting Chicago this week, anything I should check out? Do you give tours?
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Here's a picture of my leather backed MotoX with a doge snow globe in the background. #MyMotoX   +Motorola Mobility 
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How can I help bring this to Salt Lake City?
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What an incredible way to advertise!
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Thanks to the FCC and Tom Wheeler for supporting local choice and broadband competition. https://takeaction.withgoogle.com/open-internet-g
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+Amber Martin and I went horseback riding for Valentine's Weekend. It was awesome!
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"Women in the developing world know the power of [vaccines]. They will walk 10 kilometers in the heat with their child and line up to get a vaccine, because they have seen death. [Americans have] forgotten what measles deaths look like."
Americans have "forgotten what measles deaths look like."
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One of many high points of the #AraDev conference is most certainly Jason Chou calling Project Ara a sexy phone.
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A phone is part of it. Part of it is a phone.
Here's a short video from #AraDev.
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Zero, I echo many of the praises for the Rookie Gameplay Analysis. This would be a great series really. I'd pay you to train me a bit to help push me to the next level, if I can't persuade you to do that, I'd at least like to see more of these :-)
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  • University of Utah
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  • UC-Denver
  • Green Mountain High School
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**These thoughts and opinions are my own, and not that of my employers**
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Mechanical Engineer
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  • Fusion-io
    Mechanical Engineer, 2011 - present
  • Frontier Airlines
  • UC-Denver
  • King Soopers
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Lakewood, CO
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Danada Deli is a classic delicatessen. I ordered the crab salad sandwich, which was fantastic. My brother got the turkey sandwich that he really enjoyed. The Deli has a convenience store type of selection of other products, and creates a real "hole in the wall" feel. It's a gem, give it a try.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I went to this place expecting a hole in the wall, given it's location, but it is actually really nice. Cebiche was fantastic, I recommend the Cebiche Classico. Also, the Anticuchos were delicious and should definitely be shared. The atmosphere was nice, the tables are granite topped and decor reminded me of a Peruvian Red Lobster. I will be back, and you should go too.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I went to have Ramen in a bowl instead of Styrofoam for the first time. It was so delicious! I'd say Ramen is the next Pho. I will definitely go back.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Lagoon is a great time. While it is no Disneyland it has plenty of amusement to go around. The food is of course over priced (that must be in the definition of amusement park) but there is plenty of it and a variety of delicious options. A personal favorite of mine is funnel cake. There are a variety of rides for all ages. To go along with that there are several rides available to remind you of what your age is. The Samurai is one such ride. I went there for my birthday this year and my girlfriend, our friends and I all stepped of that ride and very nauseously plunked down on the benches just by the ride to get our land legs back. If you like that sort of stomach turning be sure to check out The Samurai.
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Rockies games are a wonderful time. Baseball has seemed to lose some of its appeal in culture lately, but going to a game, hearing the crack of the bat and eating a ballpark hot dog is still one of my favorite experiences. Coors Field does baseball right, from its shout-out to the mile high purple row, to views of Denver and the Mountains of Colorado, watching baseball a mile high couldn't be more elevated.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I didn't even realize this place was here, but I am glad someone invited me there. The breakfast menu had great options ranging from traditional Scandinavian dishes to more common selections. Reasonably priced and tasty! Also, the atmosphere has a decidedly northern European feel, all of the staff wears all white and the inside seems modern without feeling stuffy or sterile. I would definitely recommend the place.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The environment was great here. It definitely gave you the sense that you were about to lighten your wallet in exchange for a delicious steak. The decor was trendy, and the lighting was low so you can't quite tell if that woman glancing over from the bar is shockingly beautiful, or just shocking. The side dishes were amazing. Honestly, I have never had better Mac 'n' Cheese and the aioli that came with the steak fries made them nearly as heaven sent as the Mac. Unfortunately, the steak disappointed me. It was allegedly USDA prime, but the meat did not have sufficient flavor or tenderness to convince me. To the credit of the chef the steak was served with a great butter peppercorn dipping sauce that brought the flavor that the meat was lacking. In my personal opinion a great steak stands on its own merits, assisted only by slight salt and peppering depending on preference. I would say go for the experience and the sides, but set the bar too high for the steak.
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