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Daniel Lo Nigro (Daniel15)
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Attended Swinburne University of Technoloy
Lives in Mountain View, CA
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Any chance of getting the app to work with Waze rather than Google Maps, or is it tightly coupled to Google Maps?
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+Daniel Lo Nigro  I check back into it all the time but currently there is no way to integrate with it.
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Why do all the panel members have water bottles sitting on the floor our of reach? That seems like a silly location for them. 

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5:38 LOL, the spinning car. :D

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"I don't want to embarrass the company by saying their name so I'll just say their initials: IBM" :D

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0:46 The game has become self-aware and now knows how much time it' sbeen wasting in people's lives.

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7:43 Greatest moment in the history of video gaming.
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"Do you not watch SBS? It's like the cheaper version of ABC" 

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This is actually an interesting concept for developing countries where SMS is currently much more widespread than internet access.

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+Uri Chaplin There's an option in this extension to "Run in background" even when Chrome is closed!
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I have to be honest and say that the music isn't TOO bad.

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2:52 I too like to lie face-down in lava.
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  • Facebook, Inc.
    Frontend Developer, 2013 - present
    I work on Power Editor
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    Web Developer, 2009 - 2013
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  • Swinburne University of Technoloy
    Bachelor of Science (Professional Software Development), 2008 - 2011
  • Northcote High School
    2002 - 2007
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Chrome Browser - Google
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Browse fast with the Chrome web browser on your Android phone and tablet. Sign in to sync your Chrome browser experience from your computer

Facebook Power Editor
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Facebook ad and pages management tool

Bluetooth Headset Battery
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Bluetooth Headset Battery Widget is a revolutionary new way to measure how much battery is left on you Bluetooth remote device. The battery

QUnit - jQuery JavaScript Library
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jQuery: Write Less, Do More. jQuery; Plugins; UI; Meetups; Forum; Blog; About; Donate. Download; Documentation; Tutorials; Bug Tracker; Disc

CSS Refreshers: Borders | Nettuts+
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Sure, we’re all familiar with borders. Is there anything new that could possibly be introduced? Well, I bet there’s quite a few things in th

‘Chameleonic Ambiance’ Script Matches GTK Theme to Your Wallpaper
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chameleonic ambiance script in action. Unity's 'chameleonic' colour matching feature is great at giving the Ubuntu desktop to gi

codestre.am: Live coding just got a boost
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codestre.am: Live coding just got a boost

active_attr - the stuff ActiveModel left out
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active_attr - the stuff ActiveModel left out

The generation gap is getting narrower every day
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The generation gap is getting narrower every day

Google April Fools' Day 2012
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An unofficial blog that watches Google's attempts to move your operating system online. Send your tips to gostips@gmail.com. Google Oper

Reverie - A versatile HTML5 responsive WordPress framework based on ZURB...
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Reverie - A versatile HTML5 responsive WordPress framework based on ZURB's Foundation

It’s The Little Things about ASP.NET MVC 4
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Phil Haack attempts to infuse technology and software development with humor and a pragmatic eye... Attempts.

DailyJS: Mastering Console Logging
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02 Feb 2012 | By Alex Young | Tags node modules tutorials. The console object crops up everywhere. But what is it, and what can it do? Most

Public Displays of Long-Distance Affection | PassiveAggressiveNotes.com
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To the guy who lives at the south end of the building and skypes his girlfriend every night at 3am: Hey man, I know you and your girlfriend

Boomerang GTK Theme Can Smarten Up Any Desktop
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OMG!Ubuntu! Everything Ubuntu. Daily. Skip to content. Apps; Reviews; Editorials; News; Interviews. Search for: 12.04 Updates; RSS Feed; Twi

[How To] Record And Share Terminal Screencasts Quickly
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Recording and sharing your terminal activity with other people is now as easy as running a command. And it's all thanks to Shelr – a sma

Smarten Up Your Desktop With This Conky & Wallpaper Combo
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The look of people's desktops are a lot like sandwiches. Some are plain and simple, others decorated with all manner of awesome-sauce. B

Damn you Firefox, and your wasteful ways!
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Damn you Firefox, and your wasteful ways!

Back in Australia | Ciera's Adventure
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Back in Australia. 9 Jan. Hey people! So I wanted to write a little update about where I'm at in my life. As you can see in the picture

I bought my first car through Beepi. The entire experience was absolutely fantastic, from start to finish. Their website is great. They tell you everything upfront - Every little scratch and ding on the car is listed in great detail. When they say that their inspection is thorough, they absolutely mean it. When the car arrived, it was perfect! Even better than the photos on their site. The detailing job was so good that the car practically looked new! Most of the small scratches shown in the car's photos had been buffed out, and others were practically unnoticeable unless you got extremely close. After ordering the car that I wanted, it only took a little over a week for the car to be delivered to my driveway. During that time, they kept me up-to-date with everything I needed to know, and what I should expect. Once it was delivered, the delivery people also handled all the paperwork right in my driveway, I never had to speak to the DMV directly myself. They also take credit cards for payment, saving me from having to deal with cheques (which is awesome - this is not the 90s, people shouldn't be using cheques any more!) I would absolutely recommend Beepi to anyone looking to purchase a car. This is by far the best car purchasing experience you'll ever have.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great airport, nicer to deal with than SFO and convenient for anyone living in the south bay. Much quicker to get through security to the terminals, and signicantly quieter than SFO. There's a free bus service (VTA #10) that goes between the airport, Caltrain, and Light Rail station.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I recently got my license after doing three lessons with Deluxe Driving School and getting some practice driving around my neighbourhood. My experience with Deluxe wasn't absolutely horrible, but I don't think I'd recommend them again. I feel like I actually learnt more while driving with other people and watching YouTube videos of tips for driving tests than during my driving lessons. My first two lessons were with Alan Wong. His lessons and teaching style were decent, but he assumed a lot of prior knowledge even though I mentioned that I had never driven before. He started our first lesson by getting me to drive down the street towards a major road. I don't think that's the best way to begin someone's very first driving lesson, especially since I had barely any idea what I was doing! My girlfriend was surprised, as her first lesson was in an empty car park. Alan did provide some feedback, but it was pretty vague and he didn't really provide any actionable advice on how to improve my driving skills. Towards the end of both lessons, I felt like he was in a rush to leave. My final lesson was with Steve Chandler, the weekend before my driving test. He was a much better instructor than Alan, and provided useful tips and advice as well as actionable feedback. I was feeling reasonably confident with my skills at this point, but a bit nervous at the same time. Steve told me that I was going to fail my test, and that I should reschedule. This directly contradicted what Alan told me, which was that I was going well and would have no trouble with the test. I felt like he was judging me whenever I did anything even slightly wrong. An instructor's job is to instill confidence in their pupils, and you don't do that by telling them that they're doing a poor job and are going to fail (unless they're doing extremely poorly, which I was not). Obviously someone just learning to drive isn't going to be 100% perfect all the time, but telling them they're a terrible driver and that they're going to fail the test isn't the right approach to take when trying to help them learn. I didn't reschedule, and passed on my first attempt with very few minor errors. I did like that I could book driving lessons through their site. One issue with the site is that it doesn't show available appointment times until you pay for the lessons - You need to call or email to check when their next available appointment is. Once you've paid for lessons, you can book or reschedule them through their website, which is useful. Both instructors arrived when they said they would, and their cars were relatively clean. If you do go with Deluxe Driving School, I'd recommend getting lessons with Steve Chandler over Alan Wong. You can see the instructor's name when booking lessons online. I'm not sure how good the other instructors are - Perhaps they're better. Otherwise, try Sunnyvale Driving School instead.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
It's alright, nothing to write home about though. I got a lasagne which was a small portion size, bland, and didn't taste very fresh. Would not get it again.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Slow and inefficient. Even if you have an appointment, be prepared to wait in line for at least half an hour if you go during peak time (middle of the day). If you want to be quick, arrive just before they open.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I read a lot of horror stories on here around IKEA and their delivery service, so I thought I'd post about my recent positive experience! I recently moved from Melbourne Australia to Mountain View and needed to get some furniture. I went to IKEA East Palo Alto on Wednesday 9th October 2013 to prepare for my move to a new place on 12th October. I had to get a bed, mattress, bedside table, and a few other bits and pieces. I don't have a drivers license so caught public transport to get there (the 280 or 281 bus from Palo Alto Caltrain Station will take you there). I was there by myself and had trouble getting some of the heavier boxes, but the staff were happy to assist. When it came time to organise delivery, they offered same-day delivery but I opted for delivery on Saturday instead, as this was the day I was moving to my new address. Delivery cost a flat $59 to Mountain View, regardless of how many items you get. IKEA gave me a delivery timeframe of 1-5 pm, but I got a call at 10 am saying that they were in the area and could drop the furniture off if I was available (otherwise they could come back within that timeframe). The place I was temporarily staying at was only about a 10 minute walk away so I told them I'd be 15-20 minutes, they had no problem with that and went to the house and waited for me. I met the delivery guys at the house and everything arrived in perfect condition. Really happy with the quality of their service. In short, it's the best furniture ordering experience I've ever had. Thanks IKEA!
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago