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Here's an easy way to protect yourself (and your selfies). When you have two-step verification turned on, Google will send a message to your mobile phone whenever someone tries to log into your account from an unfamiliar computer. #SafeOnline http://goo.gl/vZvitr
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Worried about security and your email and info?  Be sure to use two-step authentication in gmail and all of google
https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/180744?hl=en
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Pretty cool stuff. I recommend the Chromebook. It's unbeatable for its security, and a bargain (some are less than $200). It's particularly great for traveling.
 
We’re adding the first set of Android apps to Chromebooks today, with more to come. Give them a try! http://goo.gl/KE0Tg0
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I think I'll print this out and hang it at my desk.
 
Know thy (Linux) perf tools: http://bit.ly/1t69Uwy - perhaps the most comprehensive overview I've ever come across. 
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Movie industry lobbyists at the MPAA are trying to resurrect SOPA-style web censorship via a back door. Let's defeat online censorship again. Tell the MPAA to kill the #ZombieSOPA. https://takeaction.withgoogle.com/g-stop-mpaa
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Google Inc. donated about $185,000 in school supplies that local teachers had requested for their classrooms.
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When I became CEO of Novell in 1997, I got some great advice from Bill Gates on how to manage the company.  He said, “spend 80 percent of your time on 80 percent of your revenue.”  Not only was this great advice about focusing on the most important parts of your current business, it also spoke to the paramount importance of revenue as a business metric.

Why revenue? I like to say, “revenue solves all known problems,” because it’s the one metric that project managers and company executives can’t game. Earnings (basically revenue minus costs) on the other hand, is subject to all kinds of accounting and management antics.  Is top-line revenue growth looking a little meager?  Just boost those earnings by hiring fewer new software engineers, putting off that important R&D project, or switching from LIFO inventory accounting to FIFO.  See why managing to your quarterly earnings is a problem?


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nice!  let me know if you make it up to Seattle.  =)
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