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Chris Yereaztian
I change what I can and accept what I can't
I change what I can and accept what I can't
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The amazing development of technology ^_^
Now and Then: 58 Years on... Via @SadHappyAmazing #RaspberryPiZero #Computers #History #Linux
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11/28/15
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Dear Followers,

If you want to organize your contacts better and merge lots of duplicates in your contacts list easily then this will be interesting for you.

Google contacts just upgraded to a new version and it got much better in finding duplicates in your address book. To give it a try, just copy and paste that link into your browser: https://contacts.google.com/preview

I always merged my duplicates before already, but now with the new tool it still found 50+ duplicates in my contacts...so it's really worth running it, plus it looks better. :-)

Attention, it will ask you to merge all your duplicates at once and I DON'T recommend to do so without reviewing them. One of mine was a false negative, but it was a "John Smith" like. 

Happy Wednesday!

Cheers,
Andy

P.S.: Thanks #GoogleContactsTeam  

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If anybody is using Adobe Digital Editions to read EPUB Files (ebooks) on Windows you really should start looking for an alternative. Apparently it sends the name of the book, the page you are currently reading etc all to Adobe UNENCRYPTED.

Once again legitimate customers are being screwed over. If you had pirated the book (not that I endorse any piracy)  you wouldn't need to use Digital Editions  in the first place since they all come without any DRM..

p.s. I buy my  ebooks from O'Reilly at  http://shop.oreilly.com/  . Their files don't have any DRM. 

http://arstechnica.com/security/2014/10/adobes-e-book-reader-sends-your-reading-logs-back-to-adobe-in-plain-text/

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The real reason why Windows 9 was skipped .... what a tragedy
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Windows 10.... 'nough said

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This sounds like a dream come true ...  need to try this out ASAP !!
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