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Christian Cantrell
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Attends George Mason University
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Some Space Invader, mosaic, TMNT street art in Chelsea, NY. (Top right-hand corner.)
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Hope you got some of that artichoke pizza mmmmm MM
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A glowing and gushing review of the Leica Q. I had to quit a few thousand words in for fear of buying one.
A six month field test — by Craig Mod
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Using quartz and lasers to store 360TB of data for up to 14 billion years.
Want to make sure you back something up indefinitely? Then you could do worse than a digital data storage technique that uses laser light to store 360 terabytes of information on nanostructured quartz for up to 14 billion years.
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User spec requires 15 billion years of storage... Hmmm...
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My Smashing Magazine article, Turn your AMP Up To 11: Everything You Need To Know About Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages, just went live.
If you need to get up to speed on the why, what and how of Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages as fast and efficiently as possible, you’re in the right place.
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It is a pity that page wasnt AMPd but it was really great work! Perhaps you should go on this week in Google!
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Whether or not information inherently wants to be free, plenty of people certainly want it that way.
Science without the paywall has returned to the internet.
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GeekDads reviews Equinox.

As with Containment, I found myself intrigued by the plot and interested in this future world that Cantrell created often by extrapolating from current technologies. There are more characters this time–some that will be familiar from Containment and several new ones–and while their stories start out separate, they quickly become intertwined.
Well, usually I try to give my Stack Overflow columns a nice theme, something to wrap everything in a tidy package. Not today—my deadline is here and I don't have a good collection assembled. So, here are a couple of books from my review piles, and the only thing they have in common is that I've read them recently. Continue reading →
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Yay! Hopefully you can internalize and appreciate the praise!
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NASA and Lockheed may bring back supersonic passenger air travel. Very exciting -- especially for those who grew up with the Concorde overhead.
Lockheed Martin wins contract to carry out initial design of ‘low-boom’ aircraft that would announce its passing with a soft thump rather than thundering roar
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The tracking of consumer behavior extending to billboards.
Clear Channel Outdoor Americas is partnering with companies to track the behavior of customers who pass its tens of thousands of billboards.
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Planet X: It’s been “discovered” before, but this time, the evidence is pretty compelling.
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Icicles circumventing obstacles.
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Building virtual reality environments in virtual reality. This is how I want all computing to be.
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France to “pave” 1000km of roadway with photovoltaic solar panels. I have no idea how realistic this is, but I do know that it’s awesome.
France to pave 1000km of road with solar panels. 26 January 2016 | By David Rogers 7 Comments. facebook · twitter · gplus · linkedin. Ségolène Royal, France's minister of ecology and energy, has said that the government intends to pave 1000km of road with photovoltaic panels in the next five ...
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Dave from EEV Blog did some math. 

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    Senior Experience Development Manager, present
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Science Fiction Author and Senior Experience Development Manager at Adobe
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I'm a science fiction writer and software developer living in Northern Virginia. I currently work for Adobe Systems as a Technical Product Manager on the Web Platform team.
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My novel Containment has sold well over 150,000 copies.
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  • George Mason University
    present
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Ariel Andrade did a great job. He was professional, polite, and knowledgable. The work was done quickly, and it was done right. I'll definitely use My Plumber again, and I'll certainly be asking for Ariel.
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Five minutes after walking in, I was sitting on a Triumph Tiger Explorer, ready for a test ride. It's rare to find a dealership so accommodating. I ended up buying a BMW, and the experience was great. Professional and efficient. I'm certain I will buy from them again (maybe a Bonneville -- something classic to sit beside the R1200GS).
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