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+Vernon Mauery  and I were discussing how induction cooktops would be so much better if you could eliminate the concept of a "burner" and just place the vessel anywhere you wanted on the cooktop. It would need many "micro-inductors" which could be enabled and grouped by detecting the presence of the vessel. Thermador beat us to it. Scroll to the bottom (not the picture it let me select shown below). The Freedom Induction cooktop is awesome, also crazy expensive and not going to happen - but way cool!
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Bosch 800 does temp control, but fixed zones. Works great 
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Purely out of curiosity. UI devs: is there any point in learning forms based toolkits anymore? While there are apps which will likely remain local for a while yet (light room), it seems most other things can be readily moved and managed off the client.
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+John Stultz Best way to get a "native" look and feel is to just use the toolkit for everything. The GNOME/GTK designers didn't want those animations to be there.
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My team is looking for a senior firmware engineer. Do you know anyone that wants to write Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) firmware for Intel servers? Let me know!
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+Vernon Mauery well, when you put it like that it doesn't sound so bad. I guess "thanks for ruining my smarta*s comment" is in order :)
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Another round... I swapped the location of the ovens and the refrigerator to keep the refrigerator closer to the cooktop and sink. You may also note the upper cabinets between them are no longer flush, but set back. We accomplished this by sacrificing a few inches in each dimension of the island and the surrounding paths and bringing the refrigerator and ovens in a few inches so they are behind the linear fireplace in the other room, rather than tightly bound to either side of it. The difference in the kitchen is fairly minimal to my eye, and refrigerator/oven wall is much improved in my opinion. As always, love to hear your thoughts.
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The more I think about it, the better the fridge by the stove looks to me. Easy meat and veg prep for the stove, and the whole point of the oven is to not open it very often, so further away from the stove is probably a win.

I have to say, thanks for posting all these renders. Commenting on other people's kitchen designs is almost like spending other people's money! ;)
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There really isn't more annoying software than the likes of Adobe Flash that demands updates independent from the operating system's update mechanism, even when it isn't being used. Seriously obnoxious and indistinguishable from malware.
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+Benjamin Esquivel I should have done that a while ago. Done.
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This is awesome, well worth the watch.
 
A rocket scientist shows that riding a reversed-steering bicycle is brain surgery... ;-)
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+Tracey Erway ??
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Impressive specs for a 14" machine. I don't care about gaming, but do care about RAM,CPU,Storage,Display in a 14" formfactor. Unfortunately the matte screen is lower res and can only be equipped with 256GB of storage.
The most powerful Razer Blade features 14.0" IGZO QHD+ Display, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 970M Graphics, and Quad-Core processor with Hyper Threading.
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+Darren Hart A full-size mech keyboard is pretty awesome for productivity as well. I've always liked bigger laptops, although I do understand the case for a 14".
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My vacation day office. Upstream Linux kernel work is the best. I think I could work from here a couple days a week....
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+Darren Hart Glossy displays are awful. I want a computer screen -- not a mirror. Clearly the hardware UX designers were quite vain.. ;-)
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Hrm..... tough call...
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+Darren Hart - perhaps you can use your awesome SketchUp skills to draw pictures of yourself & family having fun riding in the Tesla? Right now the kitchen picture looks more inviting than the Tesla.
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Tesla motors site still down. While I'm sure we're supposed to be worried about security and blah blah... But let's focus on the real issue: How am I supposed to get my regular Tesla fix through configuring and reconfiguring my dream intergalactic spaceboat of light and wonder?

http://teslamotors.com
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Perhaps you should take some uncompressed files on a memory stick for your test drive. Uncompressed WAV and FLAC files are both supported by the audio system.
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"Any other program that behaves like emacs is suspicious" +H. Peter Anvin#osts2015
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Ask +H. Peter Anvin​ for a translation or maybe even performance of Emacsvisan: http://www.lysator.liu.se/~ingemar/visor.html#cyber
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And she just doesn't know, should she stay or should she go? ...
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That's why, not slimmed down notebook, right? ☺
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