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A quick overview of the situation provided by the ever-unbiased +Consumer Reports. I still don't understand why cars should be forced to be sold under different rules than those that govern, say, refrigerators or laptops, but the dealers' vested interests in keeping their businesses alive makes a powerful ally for the status quo.
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Hilarious. Just hilarious. Must watch.
 
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope Reimagined with Terrible Sound Design
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What +Aaron Wood said.  I hurt my spleen.
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Holy hell--the milkbots! And the cows like 'em!

“One day we came in and they had started milking themselves.”

The machines also never complain about getting up early, working late or being kicked.
Farms in upstate New York and elsewhere are using automatic milkers that scan and map the underbellies of cows, extract the milk, and monitor its quality, without the use of human hands.
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+Craig Froehle We need to get someone working on that NOW! 
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Intentionally false speech should not be protected. Ever. To do so is to undermine a core foundation of morality, which is honesty.
The U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday testing whether states can make it a crime to lie about candidates during an election campaign.
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+Craig Froehle Amen!
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The password is "melodrama".
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Wht?
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Clear evidence that Americans are incredibly poorly educated when it comes to science. Whether this is mostly willful ignorance, possibly because it conflicts with religious teachings, or just a lapse in our education systems, I don't know. Regardless, it must be corrected.
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+Lionel Matsuya Yes, the scientific process requires skepticism and seeking of additional evidence until the evidence is overwhelmingly convincing (as it is for plate tectonics theory, evolutionary theory, and a bunch of others). Once that happens, it really does become a "fact" until someone happens to stumble upon something that makes us question it, but that is rare.
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Hey, help me out, please. If you come across an image of an old newspaper or magazine article from the late 1800s or early 1900s mocking early automobiles (e.g., "they'll never catch on!"), let me know, would you? I'd love to use it for a class I'm teaching on innovation. Thanks!
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You should come visit us in our offices and we can talk about open innovation 😄
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Well said, Ole...very well said.
 
Happy #EarthDay !

This is the day to remember that we live on a living, breathing planet. We are part of the web of life, and have a moral obligation to protect it instead of attacking it. This means taking bold, direct action to stop the environmental catastrophes we are creating: deforestation, desertification, ocean acidification, Climate Change, wildlife habitat loss, and worst of all the 6th Great Extinction event.

We only have one Spaceship Earth, and I love every bit of it, from it's spinning molten core to the hydrosphere to the magnetic shield that protects us. We are living, thinking pieces of the place (the biosphere), so take a moment today to honor that and commit to protecting our world. 

#Environmentalism  
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+Eli Fennell - I sort of know that actually. ;-)

And you don't have to apologise, this is Craig's post.
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Glad to see VW stepping in to fill the AWD hotness void left by Mitsubishi dropping the Evo.
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+Jamie Doege You're right...I got interrupted when I was writing that and my distracted mind just filled in the word with what was in the title of the story. Changed. Thanks.
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Engineer → dot-com startup CEO → PhD → business professor & healthcare operations researcher. Unapologetic technophile. Affable skeptic. INTJ. Husband and dad. 

What you'll mostly see me discussing is technology, sociopolitical issues, business/industry, kids/family, and various hobbies (science, photography, cars, sports, etc.).

Disclaimer: Nobody I work for, with, or near has anything to do with my opinions or posts; these thoughts are mine alone. My work/professional Google account can be found elsewhere.

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The following mini-autobiography should be sung to the tune of The Beverly Hillbillies theme song:

Come and listen to my story 'bout a man named Craig
He started out life as just a tiny egg.
Grew up loving science and technology.
So he went off to college saying "engineering's for me!"

Mechanical, that is. Physics tests. Sausage fests.

Well after not too long, Craig's bored by his work.
Kinfolk said, "Tedium makes you beserk;
Academia is the place you otta be!"
So he headed to Carolina and got his Ph.D.

Business, that is. Operations. Management.

So now Craig's a prof at a university.
Educating his students all about efficiency.
He got tenure so he'll be there til he dies.
Or at least until he wins a Nobel Prize.

Not gonna happen. Very unlikely. P<<.001.

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Marion's is my favorite pizza, and it's not an uninformed opinion. While I can't argue that it should be yours as well -- we all have different tastes after all -- I hope you'll give it a try. Marion's is classic Dayton-style pizza: cracker-thin crust topped with sauce, cheese, and toppings, in that order. They're particularly known for their sausage, which is finely ground. The restaurants themselves are a bit anachronistic, with separate walk-up counters for ordering food and drinks. No tipping is permitted and it's generally inexpensive. Seating can easily accommodate large parties, so you'll see lots of sports teams and family celebrations there. Give it a try...you may end up loving it like several of my friends have.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I discovered El Jinete today by accident and I'm so glad I did. I ate lunch there today and the food was outstanding. I had the Burrito Marino, a shrimp burrito platter, that was simply delicious. The service is friendly and efficient. Really, I don't know if I could improve the whole experience. Oh, and they have outdoor seating.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Easy to overlook, but that's a mistake. The food is amazing with a heck of a fantastic, and reasonably priced, lunch buffet. Service is attentive and friendly. Definitely recommended.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
For traditional German fare, options in Cincinnati are becoming more and more scarce. Thankfully, Mecklenburg Gardens comes to the rescue with wursts and schnitzels and such. Food is reliably good and the beer selection is satisfying. Service is usually good, but can be slow when busy. The chicken pesto sandwich, while not very German, is delicious.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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The yogurt is very good with lots of variety. Toppings leave a little to be desired, especially fruit during the winter. The biggest problem, though, is that it seems like at least 15% of the flavors are out or broken every time we go. Staff tend to range from apathetic to clueless, with a few exceptions.
Quality: Very goodAppeal: Very goodService: Poor to fair
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Great gyros, uneven service. The new location across the street from the old location is much nicer.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
The food isn't bad because they don't serve any. The decor is hard to describe because you can't get in. The service is hard to complain about because nobody works there. DANIEL'S IS CLOSED. Has been for a long time.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
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reviewed a year ago