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Eric Jensen
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Lives in Richland, Washington, USA
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Interesting development. Could this be a move from the carriers to get mobile add revenue?
Of course, net neutrality should nix their ability to block data.

http://www.androidauthority.com/european-carriers-block-ads-targeting-google-608650/
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It's not a move that people chose, it is the carriers that are doing it. They are implementing a system which allows them to block adds (read: data) from the customers. It seems innocent enough. I mean: who couldn't live with fewer adds? But it indicates something else. First off: a technology war. Just like the pop-up(under?) there will be new technology trying to circumvent this blockage. Secondly: are they blocking all adds? Are they only blocking from those who don't pay them to serve their adds? What about articles which are disguised adds, or adds that run before or during an online video?
As it is now, we are overwhelmed by adds. Most are indicated as adds (or "sponsored content"), but they are still there. If an add-war is initiated, there could be a blurring of the lines, which would be bad for the consumer.
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Cool!
Researchers will bring the vaccine stateside and track it for the FDA so it can be manufactured and sold in the US.
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A good friend of mine introduced me to WaitButWhy and I spent the next couple of days reading all kinds of stuff from a detailed history of ISIS, what it's like to live on Greenland, to Graham's number. Since then I've enjoyed other articles like the great one done on artificial intelligence. Now a new couple of articles are being published on Elon Musk and his efforts on renewable energy and making humanity an interplanetary species! Looking forward to them!
When you pick up the phone, you don't expect Elon Musk to be on the other line.
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Although cards such as the one mentioned in the article, or Swyp card, are a stopgap technology they are still pretty cool. They collect the information from multiple credit cards, reward cards, and probably anything with a magnetic stripe so you can have all those reward cards without a huge wallet. The technology to replace these cards is +Google Wallet​, but of course that requires a powered up smartphone and vendor support so there is still room for this solution.
This simple card wants to replace everything else you shove in your wallet.
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Me too!
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The community surrounding diabetes is fantastic. They have really embraced new technology. I read that many people were dissatisfied with the slow pace companies took when developing glucose monitors. So they hacked their way in! Now they can display the data on +Android​​ smartwatches (goo.gl/PJY2mJ). This is fantastic news!
The value updates every 5 minutes.
#Android #AndroidWear
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Sorry. I thought the link I shared was for the entire Reddit page. I have updated the post with a link to the site (goo.gl/PJY2mJ). Essentially, you use a commercial sensor (from Dexcom) embedded under your skin, which is good for 7 days. The sensor is connected via a wire to a small transmitter, which is over your skin in a small patch. You can then either get the values from a Dexcom receiver (a box which looks like it is slightly smaller than the average smartphone today) or directly on your smartphone via Bluetooth. The Dexcom system also shares data with smartphones now.
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I used to love this song 😀
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A cool indoor farm. This is vertical farming and like, fish farms, it is the future! I love the specialized LED.
An inspired entrepreneur, Shigeharu Shimamura, took an old semiconductor factory that was abandoned following the 2011 Japan disaster and turned it into the largest indoor farm in the world. Using state of the art growing technology, his company manages to make some 10,000 heads of lettuce per day out of the 25,000 square feet facility. This makes it 100 times more productive per square foot than traditional agriculture, all with 40% less power, ...
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Fantastic  I have been promoting vertical gardening for years now as well as a host of other permaculture ideas. Every city can and should be self sustaining.
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A bit of a read, but good. As mentioned in the comments, you should check out the subject of the last couple of messages.
The Internet's visual storytelling community. Explore, share, and discuss the best visual stories the Internet has to offer.
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A good friend shared this with me. It's an article on the weird digital market in Europe. Worth a read.
"Mom! I did something illegal!" - as the EU gets set to unveil its new strategy on liberalising the digital single market, what online barriers do Europeans still face?
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Nice move!!!!
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Happy Star Trek day Professor Gandalf. May the 4th be forever in your favour #GameOfThrones http://9gag.com/gag/a0LDdKL?ref=android.s.gp
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A nice collection of search operators and modifiers.

Found here: http://imgur.com/srBg5J5
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Micro- and nanofabrication, operation of SEM, TEM, and AFM. Programming in LabVIEW, MATLAB, Java, PHP, MySQL, JQuery, Python, Ruby, Javascript and C++
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The purpose of science is to shine a light in the darkness, and lasers do it hard enough to set the darkness on fire!
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Hi there!

I'm a young geek with sporty streak.
The sporty streak is the many years of Ju-jutsu I've done. The geeky part is my degree in physics and interest in coding, movies, fantasy, sci-fi, computers, physics, roleplaying, and google!

I also love traveling by plane. I've been to some far off places like India and New Zealand and I loved it. I wonder were I will go next?
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Water rafted over a 7 m waterfall; taught martial arts to kids for 3+ years; 800+ h of cleanroom experience; got at Ph.D!; have great friends!
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  • Technical University of Denmark
    Applied Physics - Ph.D, 2009 - 2012
  • Technical University of Denmark
    Applied Physics - M.Sc., 2003 - 2009
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Good food, excellent decor, and friendly staff. The burgers were good, but not perfect. I would have liked it a little juicier, but nevertheless it was good.
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reviewed 7 months ago
A great place! They have a beautiful, elegant restaurant with very polite and friendly staff. The food is fantastic with juicy steaks, wonderful sauce and great roasted potatoes with bacon. I can highly recommend it!
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reviewed 7 months ago
Wonderful experience! The staff were extremely kind and helpful. The food was fantastic. A simple, high quality steak with potatoes. The dry aged Angus steak was done to perfection with almost zero spices, just sea salt. There was an excellent Argentinian wine as well. For dessert we had saffron pancakes with wild berries and vanilla ice cream. Of course the decor was great, even the bathroom.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Amazing cleanroom. State of the art facilities and great support staff!
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The food was definitely good and the people were kind. However, while the walls were decorated well the decor in general did not blow me away. Go there if you are looking for Thai food in Saarbrücken. They have a great selection.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Ok staff :-) Food was ok. Lots of screens showing sports.
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This is a nice cinema. There are plenty of screens which means they have a wide selection and have the movies for longer spells. If you want to watch the latest blockbuster, check out what is running in their "Sal 1" or better yet: Go to Imperial. Imperial only runs one movie at at time, so choose Palads for a wider selection.
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