One thing you won't see on Google Street View: surprise spiders. Keeping the Trekker's 15 lenses free of natural debris is a common technical challenge for the teams capturing immersive panoramas of ever-more-remote locations
Check out this awesome photosphere taken at the +LUX* Maldives while visiting as part of the +Save the Ice trip to the Maldives. We got to spend time with resident marine biologists and engineers and learn about the plight of whale sharks, reef restoration and other efforts to offset and adapt to the impact of climate change.
It's so strange to have a hangout message send but you won't ever be able to be on hangout again or read it. We have lost a diamond in this world, you did so much and inspired so many people. It was such a shock. RIP, we will never forget you, you wonderful man.
Here's a video of some awesome industry colleagues and I discussing the future and feasibility of Security and Privacy in the Internet of Things at Web Summit 2014. If you're interested in autonomous vehicles, home automation, or wearables, check it out! #secureIoT#websummit
its should to be more secure,its good idea if it can be take part in security,on web i do think there are several things can be done.But the sad thing is that,security barkers always there.I do like it.
Great writeup about using mindfulness to avoid being judgmental.
We all have a tendency to mindlessly pigeonhole people: He’s rigid. She’s impulsive. But when you freeze someone in that way, you don’t get the chance to enjoy a relationship with them or use their talents. Mindfulness helps you to appreciate why people behave the way they do. It makes sense to them at the time, or else they wouldn’t do it.
We did a study in which we asked people to rate their own character traits—the things they would most like to change and the things they most valued about themselves—and we found a big irony. The traits that people valued tended to be positive versions of the ones they wanted to change. So the reason I personally can’t stop being impulsive is that I value being spontaneous. That means if you want to change my behavior, you’ll have to persuade me not to like spontaneity. But chances are that when you see me from this proper perspective—spontaneous rather than impulsive—you won’t want to change me.
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All their public listings said they were open, but alas, at 6:42p on a Wed night, Acadia is closed. Empty windows greet an empty stomach. Sad eyes glance hungrily at the blacked out sign. Is Acadia no more? Did the staff get ill and they had to close for the evening? Or are they just really bad at updating their web and apps presence? Too bad. Too late. Two stars. Only because the building looks nice and the location is prime.
Not sure why I was in this neighborhood in the first place. My pilot needed to land our space shuttle to relieve himself.
Staff had poor communication skills. Kitchen not ready 30 minutes after opening time. Sanitation questionable. Food pretty good.
Edit: Wasabi Bistro was kind enough to comp my next meal (and they didn't poison me with it). I can attest to the fact that their sashimi and seaweed salad are quite good!
ordered food for pickup and was told 30-45 minutes. It showed up 85 minutes later, after I made calls to the restaurant. The edamame was good, but the meal should be comped.