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Testing a photo sphere to G+. With an android device, you should be able to get a 360 degree view of the kitchen. One of these each night stitched into a time lapse video you could move around in would be pretty cool!
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Week 2: Demo is complete, drywall, insulation, and gigantic masonry fireplace are out. Floor joists and subfloor installed. Appliances arrived. #remodel
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How is it in 2016 on a Mac I have to choose between native 4k or an effective 1920x1080 on a 27" screen because Apple doesn't provide font size adjustment in preferences? I know I know. I deserve it. Just. Ugh.
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You do deserve it, I.e you answered the 'how'
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This is not an improvement Google. Between the added meta-data and the whitespace (greyspace), I struggle to even find the content. Ugh. Time to look for yet another email client for personal email? Sigh.
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This particular article wasn't meant as an answer but only as a "déjà vu" / NIH alert.
Screen and paper are obviously different in a number of ways. Yet at the end of the day an image with text on it comes to your brain through your eyes so there's a massive lot in common; especially in terms of whitespace. For instance I find it perfectly fair to compare useless scrolls with useless flips. Fun fact: "to scroll" is yet again a... quite ancient concept :-)
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I saw my litigator friend today, and mentioned that he got a good rise out of me and my social media crowd with the "AV Guy" comment. He smiled and said it was an admittedly low blow, but it is such a rare occasion that, as a lawyer, he gets to be on the delivery end of such statements. Another person in the group said he wished he had that moment on video, I guess my reaction was pretty good :-) We had a good laugh. #avguy  
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I loved being the "avguy", as you basically controlled who had success of getting that overhead projector and who didn't. People learned quickly to appease me.
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We received a lot of positive feedback last night. Parents appreciate the tools, the information, and the insight into the process the tool provides. At the very least, I expect we'll see the process become more transparent in this and future rezoning projects.
Parents throughout the Beaverton School District got their first look on Thursday at preliminary recommendations for how to realign high school boundaries.
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Sony Xperia Z3 "multi-camera" mode. Tapped my wife's phone, then saw both her view and mine on my screen and snapped the shot, capturing both at the same time. Not sure how useful it is for this application, but kinda fun.
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I've been known to complain about poor revision control practices from teams new to open source. I've taken my git usage for granted, even referred to it as software engineering 101. But in attempting to teach it to someone completely new to collaborative software development and distributed revision control systems.... I've learned a bit about the barrier to entry for newcomers. ... And perhaps at my own incompetence in conveying concepts? But, even after all that, I still consider it one of the most basic and essential skills anyone looking at a career in software development should master. The processes employed in software development play as critical a role in the resultant quality of the product and the ability to maintain it as the mastery of the problem domain and the language it is written in do.
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+Darren Hart In my opinion, git-review does that to some extent for working with Gerrit. One of the first teams I helped transition to Gerrit with git-review and automated submission of changesets passing automated tests succeeded with no Gerrit training and just a cheat sheet...
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The specs on the new water heater are confusing me. The min/max inlet pressures are: 5.0" WC to 10.5" WC. However, the table for Gas Pipe Sizing lists 0.5" WC. If I look at the Universal Plumbing Code, they have this table, but there is also one for 3" and 6" WC (as well as 1, 2 and 5, PSI). I think my utility provides < 2 PSI inlet pressure and and 0.5" WC pressure drop, but I don't know how to reconcile that with a minimum inlet gas pressure of 5.0" WC. What am I missing?
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+Michael K Johnson​ good heavens! I know I'm exceptionally picky, so I try to balance what I bug contractors about. Every project tends to have something I regret not having caught or not refusing to accept.
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School Boundary Explorer coverage in the Portland Tribune
Website users can quickly test Beaverton school attendance ideas, Local News, Beaverton, Aloha local News, Breaking News alerts for Beaverton, Aloha city.
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+Mary Lou Hart​ knows me and the chances of me getting to making the camera stand I planned for the remodel time lapse. She ordered this beauty for ~$20 and it's perfect - far better than anything I would have made, and well worth the time saved, even if it only took me 10 minutes.

So, you all want a live stream of one picture per hour for the next three months right?
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I intend to do something like this for when we can finally start building our house... Make sure to have your cats not knock the camera over as happened with one of my timelapses!
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Pfffff. Dammit Elon! #teslamotors
 
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Prev · Space Jetta. What if I tried to re-enter the atmosphere in my car? (a 2000 VW Jetta TDI). Would it do more environmental damage than it is already apparently doing? —Casey Berg. Believe it or not, throwing cars at a planet might be better for the planet than driving them on the surface.
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