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Charles Bartlett
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Customer Platform Battle of the Ages

Google knows how to move data. Amazon knows how to move stuff.

These are two giant companies that both know a thing or two about providing products and services to a loyal customer base.

Interestingly, they both approach several customer needs from a different vector to leverage their strengths.
 
Google and Amazon fighting for tech industry supremacy. My piece for DW: http://www.dw.de/amazon-vs-google-the-battle-for-supremacy/a-17910424
It's not quite Bayern Munich versus Dortmund yet, but the rivalry between online retailer Amazon and search engine Google could change the way we store information, shop and play. But which company will dominate?
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Indie Web Trend Future
Very exciting development in the independent publishing space. I feel like it is the online publishing counterpart to Makerspace

#IndieWeb   #posse   #makerspace  
I’ve recently learned about the Indie Web movement and I am very excited about it. It signals a move back to the origins of the Internet, which is based on decentralization and personal ownership of content. Decentralization is important to the Internet because it helps keep any single entity from becoming too powerful. For example,…
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The assumption that the cosmos is symmetrical over large scales is an elegant one, but how far must evidence deviate from expectations before we rethink
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6/29/14. By Charles Bartlett. Can you fathom the City of Vallejo turning the Downtown neighborhood into a road race course for high-powered race cars? Indeed we did, and it was called the Vallejo Grand Prix. My memory of this race was jogged by the upcoming Bathtub Regatta.
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Lap dogs nap.
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She is so cute and sweet, except when she gets in to a loaf of the fattiest bread she can find. Don't let your guard down.
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Back when cars had style...

Every car you see in this photo was parked with their front bumpers all in line.

#cadillac
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"BP says we have 53.3 years of oil left" http://feedly.com/e/YQqwH3QI
A study from BP estimates that the world has 53.3 years of oil left, although there are a number of reasons to believe that there's more black gold than that.
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Tidal Forces

This illustrates how the Moon causes tides on the Earth.

The Moon’s gravity pulls on each piece of the Earth, but the attractive force is a little stronger on the side facing the Moon, and a little weaker on the side opposite the Moon.  The average force is the force at the center of the Earth.

The arrows at each point show how much the attractive force differs from the average as the Moon circles the Earth. These are the tidal forces, and the result is a bulge in the ocean on opposite sides of the Earth. Earth rotates under these bulges, resulting in about two high tides each 24 hours.

Source: WolframAlpha demonstrations.

#gravity #astrophysics
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  • San Francisco State University
    Technical and Professional Writing, 2000 - 2003
    BA in English - Major in Technical And Professional Writing - Minor in Online Design and Print Layout - Focus in Online Journalism - Focus in Environmental Problems and Solutions
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Do what you've always done, and you will get what you've always got. Change is good.
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Software Design and Online Content Creation
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Software Design - Business Solution Analysis - Social Media Marketing - Efficiency
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    Product Strategist, Benefits Insurance, 2015 - present
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For several years I've taken my expensive ($75 - $125) dress shirts to Parisian Cleaners a few times a month and have never had a single problem. Along the way they've also done minor tailoring for me with great results. The prices are great and the owners and are nice while focusing on getting me in and out of the shop quickly. I like that. I've also seen them deal with some pretty difficult people and they were professional and patient. It's hard to find a dry cleaner and tailor that provides consistent great service and they've been doing it for at least 15 years.
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Great menu with lots of options and something for everyone. The Super Carne Asada burrito was good, but next time I'm going for the pizza. Something tells me that's the winner in the epic battle between Pizza and Burrito. Sounds like a minor thing, but the tortilla chips and salsa were great. For some of us tortilla chips are a staple in our diet, so this is no minor thing. That restaurant location has had a difficult time over the years from previous owners. So there are some rough edges to the place that are going to take some time for the owner to fix. Keep in mind that even the legendary Tacos Jalisco in Vallejo started out in a truck on Broadway. And that's before Food Trucks were a "thing". And you can believe it's going to be a safe location being right across the street from the Vallejo Police Station.
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Fun nostalgic atmosphere with great staff behind the counter and espresso that is spot-on.
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Great location. Sincerely friendly staff. Unique amenities. Free homemade pie at 8pm!
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Hotel staff is very friendly and helpful. Overall cleanliness is below average and appearance is a bit rundown. Constant smoke smell. Convenient location.
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Nice modern decor and attentive staff.
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New modern decor with great views.
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