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Brydon Raethel
Attended Pacific Union College
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Very clear and easy to understand detailed instructions on this simple but powerful tool
Conditional formatting is an Excel feature you can use when you want to format cells based on their content. For example, you can have a cell turn red when it contains a number lower than 100. But how do you highlight an entire row?
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Hey +Mike Elgan​ I tried to share a portion of #TechNewsToday to Facebook this morning in the comments on my friends post about Android Wear support for iPhones. It took me almost 10 minutes, I tried sharing from twit.tv then youtube on the mobile web and I finally gave up because scrubbing the episode to find the spot where you talked about it was a nightmare. I would love to be able to easily promote Twit shows in relevant conversations on social. I was trying from my Galaxy Note 5
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Sooo - I was about to jump on Clint Eastwood and be like WTF man but then... well you should read the article. I think he comes off as sounding very reasonable and taking a sensible nuanced approach to war.  SHOCKING I know.
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Um this is super epic, like so awesome, hats off to all of you.

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Hey guys I'm sure you are getting hit up all the time but I would love an Inbox invite if you have any to spare for a loyal AAA, TNT and TWiG follower +Mike Elgan+Leo Laporte+Gina Trapani+Jason Howell+Ron Richards+Jeff Jarvis​
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Whoa, auto-lane change, auto park, speed limit detection, if these things really do work in real life (IRL) then Tesla has a hit on their hands. 
Tesla's "D" unveiling had a little early reveal thanks to USA Today but now we've had a chance to see it for ourselves. As rumored, Tesla is rolling out
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Gah! I got sacked in by the dude with the goofy face in the thumbnail :D Hey +Mike Elgan what do you think is this a fair ad? Group Therapy: http://youtu.be/HzeLjCUn5rY
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A very nice editor at Huffington Post contacted me yesterday, and asked me if I would be willing to grant permission for the site to republish my post about the
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This is a great article

I happened across it on http://jalopnik.com/
We've come along way from the aeronautic engineering feats and test flights of the past century that made air travel a routine and safe part of life, and yet pilots maintain a certain mystique. We still feel like it might be Chuck Yeager up front, adjusting his shades as he ascends into the clouds.
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The Washington Post: Hyundai, Kia fined $100 million over pollution. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw-tD_wh8

Let's all play fair guys
The government says the automakers understated greenhouse-gas emissions from1.2 million cars.
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Guess what, slim and sexy unibody aluminum phones bend more easily than bricks like my Note 3. Duh. Still though it takes about the same force as breaking four pencils simultaneously to bend the M8 and the iPhone 6 so no "bend-gate" here
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Australia - Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland, California
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  • Pacific Union College
    Computer Science, 1997 - 2001
  • Loma Linda Academy
    High School, 1996 - 1997
  • Brisbane Adventist High School
    High School, 1995 - 1996
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The Kalbi Tofu is to die for. My wife got the Katsu Curry and it was so good she gorged herself on it. Generous portions and very reasonable prices I will definitely be back.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Great snow play, poor food service and crowd management: Excellent place for young kids to go tubing. My kids are 5 and 7 and loved it. Afterwards we found some soft snow to play in next to the parking lot in the trees to make a snowman and play in and they had a great time. Can get quite crowded so come early. Here are the biggest problems: -Food prep - the food here is reasonably priced but is very sketchy. Boxes of frozen burrito's were clearly marked "Partially thawed USE FIRST." I saw a worker rinsing tray's without soap then go back to putting cooked french fries into baskets with his hands, no gloves or hand washing. -Food quality - my veggie burger was good, bun was reasonably fresh but ingredients in the self-service area including tomatoes and lettuce looked decidedly sad. My french fries were so under-cooked that the inside of one of them was still cold. Everyone else's french fries from multiple batches looked just as under-cooked. The cheese sauce on my kid's nacho's was just warm not hot. -Wait for food - I only had to wait about three minutes on New Year's Day at 11:45am to place my food order. The checkout person said it would take about 5 minutes. Over 30 minutes later my order was finally ready. The wait is understandable given the small staff and the busy schedule but it was a holiday with holiday price tickets I would have thought management would have put more people into the kitchen. -Crowd control when buying tickets/ordering food - there is one area with three or four cash registers in the middle to buy a ticket for tubing/sledding, buy food, warm socks etc. The door to the snow park is on the right, the door to the parking lot is to the left. There are no lanes marked for queueing so on holidays this area just becomes a big confused clump of people with some people waiting to order food, some to receive their food, and lots of people trying to push through the crowd just trying to get from the parking lot to the snow area or vice versa. I will probably go again but I will make sure to pack food for the whole family and go early to avoid the confused crowd at the registers.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I'm a big fan of the vegetarian options at Vietnamese restaurants so I I was excited by the reviews calling this "the best Vietnamese restaurant in Munich" so I walked there from my office. I was not disappointed. The staff was friendly and polite, the atmosphere was great, the place was very clean and tidy and the food was excellent. I had jasmine tea the tofu spring rolls and mixed veggies with crispy egg noodles. The egg noodles normally come with meat but the cook was happy to make me a vegetarian version and it was excellent. The flavours were distinct without being overpowering and the textures were spot on. Overall an excellent dining experience. One word of warning, you get what you pay for. My meal cost me a little over 26 Euro which isn't horribly expensive but could get expensive really fast if you start drinking as well. Still, I do feel like I got my money's worth and I would not hesitate to recommend Koriander Too to my friends.
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I always got fair and honest service from the team here back when I owned my Acura. They managed their appointments so well I never waited more than three or four minutes to be seen for service. If I get another Japanese car I will go back to these guys in a heartbeat.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
The best Gelato and very helpful staff, I loved the Frutti di Bosco (wild berry)
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