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Chris Breederveld
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Numbers larger than the mind can comprehend... and we're still looking for bigger ones :o

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Haha, nice puns!

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This is some interesting new technology to look forward to!
3D XPoint 1,000 times faster than NAND Flash
Intel and Micron have announced it's new technology 3D Xpoint which is 1,000 times faster than NAND Flash, but still the NAND Flash was released 1989. After 10 years of research and development, 3D XPoint opens a new category of non-violate memory of ram (N...

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Haha Belgium meets Pixar :)
De Kracht Van Samen

Leuke animatie van De Lijn. It's smart to travel in groups. Leuker ook! 

H/t: +Remy van Beek 

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+Erno Rubik is being referenced a lot lately ;)
Happy (belated) birthday Rubic's cube!
http://kindofnormal.com/wumo/2014/04/01

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I have had to change my profile to a giraffe. I tried to answer a riddle and got it wrong . Try the great giraffe challenge!The deal is I give you a riddle. You get it right you get to keep your profile pic. You get it wrong and you change your profile pic to a Giraffe for the next 3 days. MESSAGE ME ONLY SO YOU DON'T GIVE OUT THE ANSWER.Here is the riddle:

3:00 am, the doorbell rings and you wake up. Unexpected visitors, It's your parents and they are there for breakfast. You have strawberry jam, honey, wine, bread and cheese. What is the first thing you open?

Remember... message me only. If you get it right I'll post your name here. If you get it wrong change your profile picture....

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A cool example of how zooming distorts perspective in #photography

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A very good article about how wrong people are when they think our 'Sinterklaas' (kind of Santa: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinterklaas) is a racist celebration:
https://decorrespondent.nl/233/wat-we-niet-zien/474160126-aefc41aa

Conclusion: Dutch people should be proud that they don't see the 'black servants' of Sinterklaas as strange. It actually shows that we have learned quite well to see past the color of ones skin.

BTW: Sinterklaas is originally from Turkey, so essentially we are heralding and thanking a Turkish person each year. That can't be racism :)

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So the expression "bananas make you happy, because they remind you to smile" actually makes a bit of sense ;)
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