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But no, +Duncan Booth​ still couldn't reach the final portal for the mission :(
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Fishing with a scanner must try that
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Got to level 14 today: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DuncanBooth/posts/HkSrH4rNg1U
Looked back at when I hit level 8: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DuncanBooth/posts/ex7tbTHjvxG

Oh the naivety, "the relentless quest for AP is done".

(For anyone wondering, levels 9-11 I got when they introduced new levels, level 12 I got on the badges, level 13 I missed the exact figure so today was the first 'proper' levelling up since level 8.)
At last with a carefully planned action I reached the magic figure for level 8 and the relentless quest for AP is done, now Ingress becomes all about… - Duncan Booth - Google+
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haha--yeah.  I have a black guardian badge because a portal I started became someone else's guardian and it went for more than 415 days, without me ever even touching it.  Thanks Niantic!
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I created another map for a mosaic mission, this time for the Luco mosaic in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. Start portals for each mission are marked with the mission number.

This one could be kind of tricky, there's a lot of reuse of portals in the central area.
#ingress

Edit: if anyone tries to follow this, #22 starts NNW of #21 but I missed numbering it.
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It looks like the Luxembourg missions are back.
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Two unrelated tripes to London actually, but Google stuck them together so why not.
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Another auto-generated story from a few years back.
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I shared a couple more of these without country houses and only a bit of posh nosh.
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Enjoying the benefits of Windows 10
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+Paul N the progress counter is because it makes a crash dump (like: coredump). It will be sent to Microsoft for aggregated crash analysis. They've done that since NT.
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fourteen down, two to go...
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It's a shame you can't put pictures in comments here. L8 was the first time I hit it perfectly, albeit 4 months later than yours. 
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Really Microsoft? Surely you're not trying to tell me you store the passwords as plain text in a fixed width database column?
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Why exactly would I want to sign into W10 with a MS account given I don't use One Drive etc?

I was pleasantly surprised to not be asked when installing it!
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Love it when app authors actually take the time to ensure the "What's New" is relevant and accurate.
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Planning for our holidays. Not sure we'll want to do a whole 18 mission mosaic in Avignon, but in case we do it helps to plot them all out on the map.
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    Computer Science, 1980 - 1983
  • Robert Gordon's College, Aberdeen UK
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    Technical Design Authority, 2004 - 2014
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    Director, 1984 - 2003
  • Torch Computers
    Senior Software Developer, 1983 - 1984
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