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Carmelyne Thompson
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I love learning and building stuff, e.g. creative DIY projects.

I'm a simple mobile/web developer/user interface designer,  entrepreneur and teacher.


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Oh the life...

The other day, I rediscovered Web Components and Shadow Dom. I come back to read more, so now I have to get a grasp of Shady Dom on/vs Shadow Dom. Learning, and it's never ending! 

Apparently, when I make my sketch-notes public, the reader is also seeing the way I think and remember "stuff". Sorry. (No, I'm not Canadian, but somedays I wish I was.) Sorry, because sometimes it only makes sense to me.

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(1) https://www.polymer-project.org/1.0/articles/shadydom.html
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Don't miss out on AWE 2017!!! Tickets, booths, and sponsorships are available now. #signalboost

https://affiliateworldconferences.com/awe-2017-web/
Affiliate World Europe - The meeting place for the world's top affiliate and performance marketers.
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Howly Batman, Google Play. Why is it possible for someone else to buy something in my behalf? Jeez, my dog, a toddler or a cat can make a purchase in my behalf too. #fixItPlease #InAppPurchase





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yes just go to your Google play store account and put a password on it, the one that you use all the time.or the other one you have to change I think every 72hours
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That was Ninoy Aquino's funeral march.
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Since the "race card" was thrown out, I thought this video might be handy...
https://youtu.be/7VBAEJlR4pk
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Google Keep is awesome! The problem now is it will not sync my mobile with my desktop. It says it's sync'd, but clearly not. Now, my dilemma is do I uninstall Keep on my phone and lose my Keep entries or keep Keep as is with this problematic syncing issue? Why does Keep Help Forum go to Google Docs Help Forum? 
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Where u live?
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Happy New Year!
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Give the Earth a present: help us save climate data

We've been busy backing up climate data before Trump becomes President. Now you can help too, with some money to pay for servers and storage space.   Please give what you can at our Kickstarter campaign here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/592742410/azimuth-climate-data-backup-project

If we get $5000 by the end of January, we can save this data until we convince bigger organizations to take over.   If we don't get that much, we get nothing.  That's how Kickstarter works.  Also, if you donate now, you won't be billed until January 31st.

So, please help!   It's urgent.

The idea

The safety of US government climate data is at risk. Trump plans to have climate change deniers running every agency concerned with climate change.  So, scientists are rushing to back up the many climate databases held by US government agencies before he takes office.

We hope he won't be rash enough to delete these precious records. But: better safe than sorry!

The Azimuth Climate Data Backup Project is part of this effort. So far our volunteers have backed up nearly 1 terabyte of climate data from NASA and other agencies. We'll do a lot more!  We just need some funds to pay for storage space and a server until larger institutions take over this task.

The team

+Jan Galkowski is a statistician with a strong interest in climate science. He works at Akamai Technologies, a company responsible for serving at least 15% of all web traffic. He began downloading climate data on the 11th of December.

• Shortly thereafter +John Baez, a mathematician and science blogger at U. C. Riverside, joined in to publicize the project. He’d already founded an organization called the Azimuth Project, which helps scientists and engineers cooperate on environmental issues.

• When Jan started running out of storage space, +Scott Maxwell  jumped in. He used to work for NASA — driving a Mars rover among other things — and now he works for Google. He set up a 10-terabyte account on Google Drive and started backing up data himself.

• A couple of days later +Sakari Maaranen joined the team. He’s a systems architect at Ubisecure, a Finnish firm, with access to a high-bandwidth connection. He set up a server, he's downloading lots of data, he showed us how to authenticate it with SHA-256 hashes, and he's managing many other technical aspects of this project.

There are other people involved too.  You can watch the nitty-gritty details of our progress here:

Azimuth Backup Project - Issue Tracker:
https://bitbucket.org/azimuth-backup/azimuth-inventory/issues

and you can learn more here:

Azimuth Climate Data Backup Project.
http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/azimuth_backup_project/

#climateaction  
We're backing up US government databases on climate change and the environment before Trump takes office on January 20th.
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Burn the deniers!
USA USA USA
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Just a few days away! Dec 5-6, 2016 - BKK!

https://affiliateworldconferences.com/asia/

#goTeam #proudOfYah
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I haven't had a good experience with Google Photos with creating movies. It's a cumbersome process. Here's how it works: select pics + short vid clips; pick a color grading; select a song for it. Review your movie, and you think you're done. Then, share it. The app doesn't inform you to export the movie first. You only find out after you share the movie and it turns up black with text in the middle: "Video is processing". Days later, you go back troubleshoot "blank/balck" movie; find out you have to export, but then export fails. Gah!

I'm hoping this update fixes issue above too. Cross fingers!
 
Now your photos look better than ever, even those dusty old prints

Google Photos is a home for all your photos and videos, but what about those old prints that are some of your most treasured memories? Today we're announcing PhotoScan, a new app for iOS and Android, that helps you digitize your old photos. Photos from the past, meet scanner from the future.

Plus, we're updating Google Photos with new simple, yet powerful photo editing tools and more creative movie concepts.

Learn more about it here, and share your scanned photos with the tag #PhotoScan.

Get all the latest: https://goo.gl/feMgTl
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Creating movie was great before. Now, I don't even bother to use it anymore.
PhotoScan app does a decent job,not great but really helpful and easy to use.
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The common thing with Brexit (Europe), Duterte (Asia) and Trump (North America)? Setting the clock back. Them who believe in those ideals are more vocal and are uniting. Imagine an AI following their lead. Morbid. I'm confused, but definitely mourning. 
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+Linda Teppler Oh which book?
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Really?

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+Mustapar Jaafar ...you sexy my Fren ahmmmm
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