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The team at +Fat Free Media have taken advantage of the weather and produced a fantastic short film about Nottingham. Check it out! #nottspoken
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Google drive support is fantastic, and I'm aware its only in beta, but i have a lot of video in .mp4 format that is not getting picked up by allcast. Is there a file size or folder depth limitation at present?
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+Dan Lucyszyn-Hinton it's generally done automatically on upload.
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The Fat Free office in a rare moment of sunshine...
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Yes I am, plus I'm now at "journeyman" pool difficulty level.
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FINALLY.
 
Frustration with USB cable orientation will be a thing of the past
The most abundant connector standard in technology, the Universal Serial Bus, is getting ready for its most revolutionary change yet with a new specification that will be finalized in July of this...
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I wrote a short post about some big changes.
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Sounds bittersweet. Definitely understandable. Congratulations on the new job!
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I'm of the opinion that today's most popular mobile web browsers largely fail to address the needs, constraints and realities of a modern mobile user. For my money, to this point mobile browsers are derivatives of their desktop apps, and we have yet to see a mobile web browser designed solely and specifically with mobile devices in mind.

Let me highlight a few common examples of where I feel current mobile devices offer a sub-par experience.

Consider the common case where you’re using Google Now or Twitter and you see 2 or more links you’d like to load. On a desktop you might middle click both links and open each in a new tab, but this isn’t possible on a mobile device. Instead you have to click one of the links, wait for a browser app to load, wait for the page to load, read it, rely on not getting distracted by a notification or another app, go back to the app, click the 2nd link, and repeat.

I think this is a bad user experience, and can be handled better on a mobile device.

How about when you want to view an Instagram link in Twitter? Currently after clicking the link, you are transferred to your default browser, wait for the t.co link to resolve and redirect, and then finally the Instagram app loads. I increasingly find myself not even bothering to click on Instagram links so as to spare myself this cumbersome process.

I think this is a bad user experience, and can be handled better on a mobile device.

How about the increasingly common use case where you come across a link you know you don’t have time to read now, but want to quickly add it to Pocket to read later? Currently you have to load the link in a default browser, click into a menu, click share and then select Add to Pocket. You already know you don’t have time for this link right now, so having to switch apps and spend ~5+ seconds to defer reading an article for later is a waste of time. 

I think this is a bad user experience, and can be handled better on a mobile device.

Often times content on a web page would be better handled by an app. A classic example here is YouTube videos. For whatever reason, I find playing embedded YouTube videos in a browser finicky, and loading the videos in the YouTube app more difficult than it needs to be.

I think this is a bad user experience, and can be handled better on a mobile device.

Last but not least, I feel very strongly that absolutely any time spent staring at my screen waiting for a link to redirect and a web page to load is precious seconds of my session that could be better spent doing something more productive with my device. Content needs to load, and this loading does take time. But there’s no reason the entire screen of my mobile device should be occupied by while said content is loading.

I think this is a bad user experience, and can be handled better on a mobile device.

My next app is called Link Bubble, and my goal with it was to create a mobile browser designed specifically with mobile devices and their constraints in mind. I’m thrilled with how the app has turned out. In fact, I’ll go further than that and say I’m more proud of Link Bubble than anything I’ve done in my career. It has changed not just the way I browse, but interact with my mobile devices.

Link Bubble will be available exclusively on Google Play tomorrow.
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I'm always interested in better mobile browsing.  Hopefully it's offered for free first sans ads before it's monetized.
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+Koushik Dutta these are the files that are not available to allcast. They're all above 500mb.
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The time travel movie 12 Monkeys is becoming a TV show in 2015

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You've just made my day! One of my all time favourites!
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This is great!
 
I started out skeptical. Then hit replay when I got to the end.
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Incredibly popular pub. Decent, seasonal food with a specials board worthy of the title. Very nice accommodation. Friendly staff a bonus.
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Great pub. Good crowd of locals, excellent food. Recently added some more accommodation for overnight/weekend stays.
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Robin and staff have been a part of the local skate scene in Nottingham for decades. I've never found them to be anything other than friendly, knowledgeable and happy to talk to anyone. They also tend to get the best streetwear before anyone else too, with plenty of new stock in.
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Fantastic day out for the kids, the animals are incredibly tame and it's not too much of a rip off for food, attractions etc. Staff were friendly and knowledgeable.
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Great food and friendly staff. Pretty nice wooden decor all over the place. Fast service.
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Quick response to all requests for despatch. Courteous on the phone and nothing was too much trouble. Packages arrived promptly and in the same state I left them.
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Great meal had late into the night with family. Excellent selection of tapas, friendly staff and reasonably priced.
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