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"Karl Ove Knausgaard travels through America" http://kottke.org/15/02/karl-ove-knausgaard-travels-through-america

I am almost done with book 3, and the translation of book 4 is a few months away. Maybe this will fill that gap?
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Wow! Would be cool if it worked, and if it could address conditions/asymmetries like Scoliosis.
The SmartMat is an intelligent yoga mat that records the user's movements and makes adjustments to improve yoga practice. The creators have a prototype and plan to ship the final product in July.
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Dunrie,  He uses a product called the "Tornado Suit".  It is constructed of the same material as bullet-proof vests.  It is custom built to fit the individual.  It is worn under the clothing, starting with a short time per day and working up to several hours.  It is designed to  pull the spine into alignment.  My grandson wore one and in less than 6 months his scoliosis was gone.  Go to Dr. Art's website, anchorbayspinecenter.com.
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At the Albany Bulb with +Linda Girard +Jessica Hullman 
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Fun! Let me know what you think.
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Yours +David Martel?
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Nice! I could go for that!
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Spring Fool (the dish, not the delivery guy)
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OMG Spot.  The plywood pudding platform...
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A snow day is a good day! 
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Hey Lee, sounds like fun. I went on the roads in my neighborhood and it was fine on that day (tho the guys plowing enjoyed teasing me)
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This site is why I love the Internet +Patrick Francis 
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Immersed in Karl Ove Knausgaard's My Struggle books. Finished Book 1, 3/4 through Book 2.
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Dear Marketer, why do you want to remind me of my loss? Sorry, +OpenTable, +LocalHarvest+Vosges Haut-Chocolat, and +Two Guys' Bow Ties  to call you out, just good examples. 
Topical messaging is good, bothering me is bad. Why I would like to opt-out of Father's Day promos in my email.
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Is it still a tree frog if it is on an umbrella stand?
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Although trained in Biology (ecology), I'm in Internet marketing now, and Pearson/Prentice Hall published a book detailing what we do August 2011...But what interests me is systems of people, specifically effective organization for collaboration and achievement.
Introduction
Team-oriented, externally processing introvert.
Persistent enough to get a Ph.D. after deciding that the academic life was too solo and ultimately too cerebral. 
Seeker of balance and harmony. 
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Coauthor of Internet Marketing Start to Finish.
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We have been here twice - each time loved the food, the unpretentious atmosphere, and the good-natured, low key service. The dishes were amazing -- thoughtful and inspired twists on the familiar, wonderful flavors, beautifully presented. I was worried that the second visit would be a disappointment after loving the first visit. We loved it just as much or more the second time.
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A hidden gem of a museum, and a nice size to spend an hour or two. The guided tour is worthwhile, and the narration helps bring the house and family to life beyond the list of possessions. The Tiffany glass exhibit (through June 29, 2014) was lovely, and I appreciated the objects differently in the context of a fine home. My Detroit Institute of Arts membership got us a discounted entry.
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