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Amazing to me after seeing the Apple Watch how much better the Motorola 360 looks. 

It has longer battery life, better glance-able information (due to Google Now), and frankly, I think it looks better. For less money than the cheapest Apple Watch, you can get this - 
You have a style all your own. Now, you can customize a modern watch that satisfies your personal tastes and have it delivered to your door step. Introducing Moto Maker for Moto 360. Choose from three case finishes: dark metal, light metal or champagne gold. Then pick one of nine bands, ...
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Couldn't agree more!  What are you up to these days, would like to catch up!  Hope all is well.
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Absolutely stunning! It's amazing what medical science has done to improve our quality of life in the past 100 years.
 
The Impact of Vaccines in the 20th Century.

This is such a nice visualization. You can clearly see the impact the introduction of each vaccine had on these United States of Denial of Medical Benefits. I call it USDMB. (I'm just missing the U. Got suggestions?)

It is fascinating to see how some diseases (Measles) were quite prevalent and killing in great intensity, while others (Polio) got going perhaps as populations grew and mixed, with others still (Hepatitis A) were intense, then lighter and then completely gone after the vaccine. 

Polio is perhaps the most dramatic, you can see it attacking us and them BOOM! We drop a world of hurt on polio.

The graphics were featured in the WSJ: http://goo.gl/j2n8Ls There are a few more on that site, please check 'em out. They were originally created by Project Tycho at the University of Pittsburgh: http://goo.gl/jfkmjP
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At some point basic supply and demand effects will make sense to more people. Until then we'll have to deal with this kind of ignorance.

Slate: Uber Surged Prices During the Sydney Hostage Crisis. It Needs to Do Better. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwvPvv6Ro
Uber, no stranger to outrage, has stirred up more of it for hiking fares in Sydney as a hostage crisis played out on Monday. As people sought to flee Sydney’s business district, Uber reportedly quadrupled its fares until a single ride cost a minimum of $100 Australian, or $80 U.S....
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Project management is like cleaning gutters. Rarely does anyone notice a job well done, but you can sleep well at night when it's raining. 
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How search works. Check it out! found via +Jeff Jockisch 
 
Fascinating stuff from Google:

How the search works!

I had no idea...

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Search starts with the web. It's made up of over 60 trillion individual pages and it's constantly growing. Google navigates the web by crawling. That means we follow links from page to page. Site owners choose whether their sites are crawled. We sort the pages by their content and other factors.
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The Atlantic: With Its $10,000 Watch, Apple Has Lost Its Soul. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw06744SA

I couldn't agree more. Apple has never sold a product where its cost exceeded its value by 10x and for no apparent reason.

This could be dangerous for them if people turn on the company. Motorola and the like should make a BIG deal out of this and point to the value they deliver with $200 off contract phones.

It will make apple and their executives seem aloof like they probably are. 
Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels—the ones who can drop 10-grand on a timepiece.
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would have preferred a more rugged look.
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Just spoke with http://www.ressmotorworks.com/ on the phone. Amazing place. They are passionate about the cars they work on and clearly have my best interest in mind. He effectively told me to not bring my car in and to try 3 or 4 things myself to see if I could fix it before diagnosing what would be a HUGE fix on their end. 
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Since when do you have a BMW or Mini?  What happened to the grandpa car?
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So thrilled that Google is getting into the carrier business. There are so many markets ripe for disruption as we move away from wires and terrestrial based wireless systems. 
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I don't understand why songs that have been the same for hundreds of years suddenly need a twist to confuse all those trying to sing along.


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In building software, I don't think this saying always works "Best is the enemy of Good". 

It feels to me like Good is the enemy of "Not" and "Best". 

To design a piece of software that users will interact with requires taking initial "Good" ideas and saying "We're NOT going to include these pieces of it" in order to make that interaction the BEST it can be. 

I'm thinking about a feature on  current project that has limited value because it wasn't thought through enough. In this case, it is a "good"  feature. It seems like it would provide value. In theory it works great. But in practice, the implementation suggests that the feature should either be thrown out entirely (NOT) or rethought entirely with new information on hand (to make it the Best it can be). It's stuck in the limbo of "Good" right now. Which in this case just means it is being ignored. 
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Pretty Amazing. I think this might be fake, but there is another video in the article that is definitely real. 
Boeing is at the Farnborough Airshow this week — one of the biggest trade exhibitions for the world's aircraft manufacturers — showing off the 787-9, a larger version of the Dreamliner that's going...
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Kokomo, IN - Crawfordsville, IN - Indianapolis, IN - Ocean City, NJ - Dowelltown, TN
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Christian, Husband, Entrepreneur, Co-founder @ Last Bite
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I'm working on meal review app called Last Bite. We're building a startup here in Indy and would love to talk if you are a restaurant or angel investor. 

I absolutely love new technology. It changes our lives and advances the world. I firmly believe that the truth is exposed by the internet and in the case of our company, we want to provide the best source of information for consumers to make dining decisions. For restaurants, we want to give them the opportunity to expose their greatness to the world. If you are a bad restaurant, you aren't going to like our app, but if you are a great restaurant that doesn't get a lot of attention, we should talk!

I also have a few side projects I'm working on. One for wedding music, is a colaboration between Jesse Millikan, Steve Millikan and me. The goal is to simplify the process of choosing wedding music and produce high quality music for people looking to do their own wedding music. You can check out a great set of wedding music samples that we've put together to help people listen to almost 70 of the most popular wedding songs in only a few minutes. It is a great resource for wedding planners and coordinators trying to help couples find wedding music.
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I love my wife! 2.5 years and counting. I'm proud of that.
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    Economics, 2004 - 2008
  • Kokomo Christian School
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Used to absolutely love bubs. We live close and come about twice a year. The last few times we've been the gnats have been really bad outside and its really loud. The service is always great though and they do the best they can with a tight space. The food is really good but the prices definitely reflect the demand.
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Ordered two cookies and cream milkshakes through the drive through. No cookies just ice cream. Went in to get two new shakes. Got in the car and tried them, no cookies.
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Tony was great. We found Winterwood through Zillow because their rates were low. I was concerned about service since I had never heard of them and they were "cheap", but they exceeded all of my expectations. The deal was great, the services was spectacular, and they closed it as fast as they could (I was the limiting factor there). Tony helped us keep the ball moving on our refinance even when we were slow to respond or got bogged down in other things. The process was started over a year ago on our end, but we stalled due to indecision and Tony politely reached out occasionally to help. Once we finally decided to move forward he jumped into action and helped us get it closed as quickly as possible. In the end, the deal was better than estimated and we ended up with a great refinance that will save us a significant amount of money over the term of our loan and required very little work for us up front.
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Always pretty fast and their service in the store is better than the competition. There have been a few times late at night when the responsiveness wasn't good at the counter, but overall their great.
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