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Elijah Zu Bailey
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Lives in Montreal, Canada and New York, NY
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Great stuff. I love how he processed New York, now seeing Las Vegas rendered is even better.
After the New York City debut of his new project, Vincent Laforet unveiled photographs of Las Vegas from a helicopter at an altitude of 10,800 feet, 7,500 feet above Sin City. This morning, Fstoppers caught up with Laforet to shed some light on the new project including the gear used to shoot it, technical limitations, and even some interesting goals for the piece.
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Yes, please do help us keep it free and open. My good ol' 4x86 would have screamed knowing the Network's fate was to be ever so faster but ever so limiting to the possibilities the Internet provides to people who are not fortunate enough to experience the maximum of the world physically and mentally. Happy 25th, ttyl Web: keep your packets clean, else I'll go from <ACK> to <NAK>, no matter what.
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The Holidays period got me visiting many places in L.A., renderings filling my parallel mind, a bind in which I had to portray. Lured into the watching of many TV series and movies, this groovy New Yorker worked to make my feelings good, to bend a spoon and never artistically cease and moments, seize. #HollyZu  
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If only I was able to produce qualitative work based on my needs, from the States to Canada, I can't appreciate being force-fed Canadian and French-Canadian ads on YouTube based on my Canadian search history in the sense that I'm mostly doing business with 90%+ U.S.-based companies.

In retrospect, and why I am here making the point as an #OG (Original Googler): Although I was convinced being part of many A-B tests in earlier years, it seems I dropped back to only being a geographically-looked-up IP consumer. Unfortunate for those U.S. businesses, as even scripting along my desires won't change that force-feeding of Canadian ads on video. Search was able to sufficiently accommodate me all these years without me taking it to the public space. I'd love doing business with you guys, but I need the money to move back permanently to the States to see your content and offerings unless I search for you.

Nonetheless, it can only be because of laws and regulations as skipping all video ads other than from US companies will clearly show that Canadian advertisers paid for nothing, hence the question: Why would they keep at it? Doesn't matter if 95% don't question it if I really want something in particular, and that is something Google obviously considers for me to stay an active consumer and participant in their revenue-making model. Wasn't marketing based on my input? I don't think it is anymore even though all the power of customization is available. As crazy as I would sound to the mainstream, there's less options for the geeky 1%. Hope they are still having search operators to keep me excited hehe. 9)
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I simply love their games! Now, there's a way to get closer to their team being part of their alpha for Prison Architect by having a Humble Weekly Sale for all their games, source codes for some and two tech demos. USD $5.26 or more to get the extras and $24.99 for Prison Architect. Else... what!? [...] Uplink supports Android? Sold! 9)
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4:20 -- "I don't care what I am: I'm free!" - Robin Williams performing as the Genie in Disney's Aladdin. I now see what is a good twist on that reference by The Academy's tweet @ https://twitter.com/TheAcademy/statuses/498996314395246593.
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Great stuff, I am sure it'll be a mainstream concept in no time. Was recently discussing it as one way to have people stick with one device type and have them really choose the enhancements they need over time. A less costly solution which will get traction in due time.
This is the first step in a march to launch the final MDK for Google's modular smartphone design by the end of 2014.
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Nice to have been part of this event, pushed worldwide motivating me in getting involved coding with Dart more than just reading about its advantages. Conceptual values are way easier to grasp for the average coder even though it attracted more knowledgeable people. Hope it gets the traction El Goog is wishing for for a potentially disruptive transition in the Web App scene.
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"I think my nest smoke alarm is going off. Google AdWords pitched me a fire extinguisher and an offer for temporary housing." -- A good example of how we went from an analogue to a digital version of things in a very rapid way, a way that has the masses follow as if nothing happened. Thanks to new generations. the question becomes in this example, you used "THAT" archaic system to warn you there's a fire? And you needed to be there to know about it? At least they were sending firefighters automatically instead of automagically, but that is a thing of the past. Do not worry anymore, surveillance of these infrastructures takes a quick kick combo to get things moving.

What if these sensors go haywire or we hack the devices to have wrongly imputed requests for assistance, a bit like prank-calling 9-1-1? Electronic terrorism will surely be one of the games my kids will enjoy doing in 20. And assistance services filtering out bogus requests until there's a bug and someone dies thanks to an algorithm. Funny how this isn't shown to the masses, as working with many companies shows how chaotic any system really is in the internal background because of these same humans.
Last week’s news that Google would buy Nest triggered a lot of discussion on the future of marketing (this cartoon was inspired by a joking tweet from Valleywag’s Sam Biddle). Nest makes smart home devices like learning thermostats (which I personally love) and smoke alarms, with the goal of creating a conscious home. It also collects a lot of data.
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With location-based coupons and predictive technologies. Having a database of future movements by human beings a.k.a their devices is most probably already established for some time. The precision it's getting by validating user engagement to these perceptions of being surveilled is maybe what will drive human productivity in the future. Why not tell your boss you're having a great day at the baseball park, or advise your insurance company that you drank by filtering the content of your feces and pee in your bathroom. The smart bathroom may well be under way in all public places: try to escape having your DNA tracked this way without getting a ticket doing so outside. Again, something the ARGUS-IS system will be glad to catch up on. 9)
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Happy Monday, group! New working position, and new opportunities! I am finally back on track after about a year of personal reorganizing. So, I'll be providing you with some of the recent renderings I created to make a change from my HDR photography. 9)
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Thanks +Shevonne Polastre: Got into the mood of doing some of these renders while I wait to get my devices back. A bunch I'll be adding here. \o,
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Happy Friday people. On the menu for me today is customization of a recently acquired Sony Xperia Pro MK16a which necessitated more experience as to its rooting with a locked bootloader. With this in mind, reviewing the device is becoming an interesting experience as I have skipped all Android handhelds until now.

Swiping to type is great on smaller screens and its hardware keyboard brings me back to the days when I was proudly using that overclocked UT Starcom PPC 6700. The camera on this particular phone is getting at me when I discovered it was actually stabilizing videos by itself, in 720p which isn't bad if we consider the SCN automations.

Unfortunately, it seems it lost all connectivity to the hardware speakers without being an issue for the OS, still playing the sounds and having a functional headphones jack as well as active and recording mics. Here's one example photo from the device.
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Geeky Hip-Hop artist (Zu ND Odyofilz http://goo.gl/vZlVZ), wandering tech-hippie (Elijah Zu Bailey) and proud Ingress Resistance operative (zjemily).
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Topics: Music, Photography, Computers, Coding, Video Games, Psychology, Pinciples of High-Speed Thinking, Technology, Politics, Conspiracies, the Web's versions (1.0, 2.0, 3.x), Artistic Expressions and all of those in compatible formats. I do music under the name Zu ND Odyofilz, and this all started with practice since childhood.
  • Had a Cyrix 120MHz as my first personal computer.
  • First computer I used was a 2x86. CGA games.
  • Then an AMD K6-2 350Mhz, the bomb.
  • Went to the 500Mhz version of the same chip.
  • And my latest all-time slicing warrior, my AMD Athlon XP 2400+, 1.2GHz RAM, and my still standing ATi AIW 9600 XT.
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Computers are a part of my life since I'm 6, and tweaking those in any way possible had a constant impact on me, more, more and more, faster, better, with acquired knowledge, well automated, synched and designed as such.

Modding .con files in Duke Nukem 3D, mapping in Shadow Warrior. Redneck Rampage and the constant flow of attacks in Quake 1. My childhood was blened with the usage of Snes9x, zsnes, i's improvement in playing C4 chips. Good times were ahead, apart from the incessant Hyper Terminal sessions and Laplink moments on the phone.
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Creator of the Techypnopop music genre.
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