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Brad Hubbard
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There are always new skills to be learned, new crafts to hone, and new things to be done.
There are always new skills to be learned, new crafts to hone, and new things to be done.

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So I did a thing!

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Give it a shot!
Hi! My friends and I made an app, and we'd really like you to check it out. It's a smart dating app that helps you plan out dates! Fast and friendly, we hope you love it as much as we do.

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Lately I've been enjoying a lot of new music. Honestly, having played with (and paid for) Spotify, Last.fm, Pandora, and now Google Play (with whatever they call their radio thing?), I'm really enjoying the ability to find legitimately new music, not just have ever station trend towards the same stuff.

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At work I got asked to help make a new Big Data infographic. Here you go.
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Hey guys. So, I owe you all an apology.

While I was not paying attention, lighting toys got WAY BETTER, and as one of your resident light geeks I feel bad for not informing you.

Tonight, I spent about an hour assembling a Fadecandy board and running through a visualization system called Processing. 

Test 4: Blue oscillation and flicker: http://bit.ly/1z3vvIw
Test 2: Sequencer on multiple pillars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvHVMIICYq0

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Interesting 2014 report on Silicon Valley and San Francisco as compared to the rest of the state. Looks at a number of interesting economic and demographic stats.

Warning: Big ass PDF

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The struggle is real.
I need everyone to realise... this is actually how I live.

#Just5MoreMinutes  
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First self-designed 3d printed project part. Until now it's been other people's stuff or random artwork. This is the baseplate for a custom inductive charger. Housing will print tomorrow.

Feeling very accomplished. 
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My favorite thing about 3D printers is the sounds they make when printing. There's this happy little robot toiling away in the corner of my office, making EXACTLY THE SOUNDS I was promised by 80s and 90s sci-fi.

And what is it doing? Building a freakin' thing in the real world that I made with CAD software. 
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