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Craig Tumblison
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Lives in Okeana, OH
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That's a wrap on +Community season five, and it was glorious.

I've been a huge fan of this entire season. It was mostly high points for me, with a only a couple low episodes. I was thrilled to see a lot of character development, and tons of stellar performances from the cast.

A few favorite moments include the table burning, the lava sacrifice, wild west tornado spinning, the dean's epic rap, and of course, the moment of the finale featured in the screenshot below (no spoilers!).

After seeing what the writers were able to do with this season, I'm very comfortable with the notion of a 6th season being possible without running out of "fresh ideas".

What's your take? Are you on board for #sixseasonsandamovie ?
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I'll always be on board with #sixseasonsandamovie ; I haven't seen the episode yet, but I already can't wait for season six to start!
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This is huge for Google+: +Post Ads open to everyone.

+Post Ads allow your Google+ content to be used as advertising on the Google Display Network. It's tightly integrated into AdWords, and, of course, the posts are interactive when being displayed.

Perhaps even cooler, however, is the new ability to promote Hangouts on Air as well. These promoted posts allow users to RSVP inline, without leaving the site they're viewing the advertisement on. That's really cool - imagine visiting a car discussion forum and seeing an ad from Ford with a RSVP option for a Hangout on Air with their engineers.

While these are now open to all advertisers, there is one major catch: your page needs to have at least 1,000 followers. That means that you won't see promoted posts from +Chrome UP just yet, but hang in there, we have a lot of cool ideas for when we hit that mark!

Bottom line: Google+ posts can now be used as interactive social advertisements across the entire Google display network. This has a much further reach than even Google+ commenting does - expect a burst of Google+ activity soon.
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+James Welbes That's a great question, I'm in the same boat. I haven't had time to look into this extensively yet (I'm not actually eligible), but my hope would be that there would be a way to tie two accounts together for this. I'm quite confident that our situation is shared by many, many other brand pages.
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Every now and then an update force-hides these icons, and it is a massive pain to explain to users how to make them display again. This .gif should ease that pain moving forward ;)
Quick Tip: Hide Your Extensions In Chrome

If you have a lot of extensions installed, you might find yourself running out of omnibar space. This feature allows you to quickly hide non-essential extensions behind an expansion list.

Additional tip: you can also drag any icon left or right to rearrange them. We recommend sticking extensions you rarely use all the way to the right, then hiding them, leaving only your "most used" icons displayed.

#Chrome   #ProTip   #HideExtensions   #Giffy  
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+Tom Brander Well hey, that's great to hear! I'm always finding new stuff as well, it never hurts to know more about the devices we use :)
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I've been giving +Aereo a spin this morning with the news of their Chromecast support coming soon.

For those that aren't familiar with Aereo, their service costs $8/m and allows you to stream your local TV channels over the web to up to 5 devices associated with your account. They accomplish this by purchasing warehouses and deploying thousands of tiny antennas, which they then "rent" out to you. I consider the strategy genius, and so far courts have ruled that it legal (though appeals have lead to the supreme court hearing the case later this month).

There is one major catch I noticed right away: you must have a credit card with an area code in the viewing area of the city in which you want to sign up for. That's probably not a huge flag for many people, but anyone that travels south for the winter or that sort of thing may have trouble getting the service in both areas.

In terms of actual functionality, it seems to be working pretty well. The stream is HD, and it looks great on my Nexus 7. There is lag and buffering, enough to be annoying, though. That might be because I'm watching live (there is a DVR function for recording shows and playing them back later), so I'll need to do some tests that way as well.

In my limited testing, I'm also unable to get the video player to work correctly on Chrome OS. I can get the audio stream, but no video playback. I'm going to experiment some more with that and see if there is a trick to get it working.

Does anyone else have experience with Aereo, or have any questions they would like me to answer?
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Very true.
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I'd just like to take a minute to thank Google News for showing the answers to absurd headlines by displaying the first few sentences of the article below them.

I have a feeling a board game could be made out of this. Maybe something along the lines of, read aloud the headline and guess the publisher?
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Chrome Remote Desktop for Android is Live!

It looks like the beta test is over, and the app is now available to the general public. This Android app will allow you to remotely control your desktop computers from your mobile devices.

Configuration is drop-dead easy, simply install the Android app and Chrome app on your devices, then configure an access PIN, and you're set.

Will you be using this app for remote management of your devices?
Securely access your computers from your Android device.• On each of your c...
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if only my crappy windows laptop didn't turn off the wifi when the lid was closed I'd be able to test this right now!
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[Download] Acer C720 Default Wallpaper - 2560x1700

There's been a lot of hunting for this wallpaper, with some people even settling for cropped screenshots. I finally got my hands on a C720 that I could enable dev mode on and was quickly able to pull off the full resolution image.

For those interested, this wallpaper lived in the following location:

(Hint: I believe the HP 14 Chromebook also has an exclusive default wallpaper..)

You can download it directly from Google+ below, or grab it from Imgur here:

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I still see references to Chrome OS being "just a browser". This is an old article, but the points made are still just as relevant today.
Chrome OS is not "just" Chrome Browser. Here's why.

This article was originally published in 2012, but it still rings true. It's also surprising to learn that the message still hasn't quite gotten through, there are still many people that assume Chrome OS is just Chrome.

What makes Chrome OS different from Chrome to you?
What makes Chrome OS better than installing Chrome browser on another platform?
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+Larry Blumen It should also be "vulnerable" :) It's been corrected now, I guess spell check wasn't around in 2012. Thanks for catching it!
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From the "strange things found on campus bulletin boards" file...
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My librarian friends are eating this up on FB. Thanks for posting!
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Wave goodbye to window frame transparency in Chrome OS.

Chrome M34 is rolling out to Windows, Mac, and Linux today, but I've also seen M34 begin to hit my Chrome OS devices as well. This release marks the intentional end to the transparent window frames I've come to love.

As +OMG! Chrome! noted at the end of last month, this has been in the dev and beta channels for awhile. It's also an official change, not a bug. The exact reasoning is currently unclear, all we know is that it is expected behavior.

For the sake of the "what did Chrome OS look like a year ago?" questions that might pop up a year from now, I've taken a few last minute screenshots before clicking the update button.

Will you miss the transparent windows?

Confirmation Ticket:

OMG! Chrome! Coverage:
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Founder, Bitcove LLC
Creative Thinking, Troubleshooting, Logical and Decisive Decision Making, User Training & Tutoring
  • Bitcove LLC
    Founder, 2009 - present
    Bitcove is a small venture capital / IT consulting firm that manages online ventures and services local businesses. As part of my work I've built custom workstations, managed web presences for both local city government and political candidates, provided remote and on-site troubleshooting, crafted documentation designed for user training, and successfully implemented a few small transitions to Google Apps and Chrome devices.
    Founder, 2014 - present
    Chrome UP is a Chrome OS resource website dedicated to complimenting the existing Chrome OS Community by providing gap-bridging content where appropriate, and promoting existing content when possible.
  • Miami University Office of Learning Assistance
    Student Tutor, 2014 - present
    Worked in the Office of Learning Assistance to help fellow students excel with the following subjects: Public Speaking, Entry Level Marketing
  • Rock Solid Construction LLC
    Laborer, 2012 - 2012
    Summer job. Graded and otherwise prepared numerous job sites for concrete pours, including framing, leveling, and debris removal. Also assisted with the demolition of a few houses.
  • Tumblison Construction Services, Inc.
    Laborer, Crew Foreman, 2006 - 2012
    I designed and deployed the company web presence. In the field, I assisted in the construction of several pole barns, new door installations, full house rehabs, interior and exterior painting, plumbing and general home maintenance
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Skydiving sounds fun.
I was born with an entrepreneurial spirit that keeps me dreaming of a better mousetrap. I have a passion for cutting-edge technology, a curiosity for financial investments, and a primal instinct to contribute. My time is spent learning as much as I can about as many things as I can. I have a proposal to add an additional 6 hours to each day that's currently deadlocked in committee.

Personal Motto:
I find creative solutions to interesting problems.

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Daily Driver Hardware:
Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (2013), HP 11 Chromebook, Samsung Series 550 Chromebook, Samsung Series 3 Chromebox, Dell Optiplex 755 (Windows 7 Pro)

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Contact / Hangout Policy:
I strive for an open door. If you see a post you think I'll like, tag me. If you want to talk about one of my hobbies, invite me to a Hangout (text-based, please). I might not have time to comment on every mention, but I do make an effort to at very least +1 shared content to let you know I appreciated the share. Don't worry about bothering me - I'll let you know if I'm busy (and please don't take it personally if I am, in fact, busy).

Looking for my resume?
I'm not always looking for work, but I always appreciate being contacted about an offer that might spark my interest. If you represent an organization that could use me on their payroll, my resume can be found here.

Tagcloud of Interests:
Business | Technology | Law | Politics | Android | Chrome | Chrome OS | Forex

Cover Photo Credit:
My current cover photo is a Project Loon prototype photographed by the amazing +Trey Ratcliff.
Bragging rights
I can touch my tongue to my nose.
  • Miami University Hamilton
    Business Management Technology, 2013 - present
  • Ross High School
    2006 - 2011
    Graduated as Business Scholar of Class
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