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Charlie Joslin
Keeping it simple
Keeping it simple
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Fully autonomous driving has always been the goal of our project, because we think this could improve road safety and help lots of people who can't drive. 

We're now developing prototypes of vehicles that have been designed from the ground up to drive themselves—just push a button and they'll take you where you want to go! We'll use these vehicles to test our software and learn what it will really take to bring this technology into the world. 

Learn more:

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It's amazing what a student can accomplish with the right tools, and an Android tablet can be an incredible toolbox. We want to make it easy for educators to discover and share the right educational content, so today we're making Google Play for Education (a special version of Google Play designed for the classroom) available to schools across the US.

Schools who participate in the program can use Google Play for Education to browse teacher-approved apps, videos, and classic books, then share them instantly with individual students, whole classrooms, or even entire districts. Learn more at #playforedu

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It's simple and amazing and amazingly simple. 
There are no accounts to create, apps to download, or bank account numbers to look up

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I know this community is more focused on minimalism in terms of lifestyle, but I feel like good design is an often underrated aspect of a minimalist lifestyle. With that, I thought it be interesting to get some thoughts on iOS 7 that was released yesterday. Personally I think it's a great example of good design and the video explaining the changes is a great summary. 

So, thoughts? Comments? Questions?

This +Google+ redesign is beautiful. Best looking social network out there. 

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Didn't realize I should have posted these here when I wrote them. 

Why Minimalism?

Minimalism is Honesty

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Introducing Google Keep, a new Android app to save ideas and organize to-dos the moment they happen by creating notes, lists, photos and voice recordings right from your phone. You can access, edit, and create new notes on the web at, and in the coming weeks, you'll also be able to do the same directly from your Google Drive. Download Google Keep from Google Play on devices running Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, and above devices. Learn more on the Android blog:

Great few days running the Social Media Command Center at #OETC13. Lots of fun with some great people. 

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