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Gavin Doughtie
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Attended University of Southern California
Lives in Pasadena, CA
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Hey, +Bog dog™, you're car's gonna get towed 
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A few shots around the 'hood.
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So... Whose employer still uses these for hiring or career development?
It's no more scientifically valid than a BuzzFeed quiz.
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Well of course an ENTP like you would say that! ;p
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Rotate your backups, people....
Free online screenwriting software from Scripped provides screenwriting collaboration to writers around the globe.
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Some "Super Resolution" images from around Old Town Pasadena. Interesting technique to get a nice 2x resolution increase by combining multiple images. Also, playing around with the 2.21:1 aspect ratio, because Kurosawa.
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Kurosawa gets to move his subjects and camera over time, I get portrait orientation. I think he wins...
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Because +Daniel Suarez can never be sent too many links featuring drones.
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So star wars.
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The new chapter in the +Fast & Furious saga will be released on Friday, April 14, 2017.
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Yay!
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OK, +Don Schmidt, I know you know what to do with this.
 
Okay, this is awesome. A complete transistor level simulation of the 6502 processor, done via a process that involves melting the cover of the chip with 200°F hot sulfuric acid to expose the die, taking 72 microscope images, stitching then together to make a 342Mpixel image, and then finding polygons that represent wires and transistor to then emulate the whole thing in software.

The slides from the SIGGRAPH talk are great:
http://www.visual6502.org/docs/6502_in_action_14_web.pdf
Visual Transistor-level Simulation of the 6502 CPU and other chips! Welcome to Visual6502.org! Here we'll slowly but surely present our small team's effort to preserve, study, and document historic computers. We aim to present our work in a visual, intuitive manner for education and inspiration, ...
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Circle us for a 6502 post every week, +Gavin Doughtie!
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Hacker, Father, Left-leaning elitist
Introduction

I like software, science fiction and movies. I love my wife and sons.

Bragging rights
My three sons
Education
  • University of Southern California
    Cinema Production, 1983 - 1985
    Film-making, film-writing, and film-watching courses.
  • UCLA
    Undeclared-ness, 1982 - 1983
    Hung around and took screenwriting classes.
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Gender
Male
Looking for
Friends, Networking
Birthday
December 18
Relationship
Married
Other names
Flegus McFoogle, Morrey Eal
Work
Skills
Javascript as well as Klingon. Objective-C, iOS, C++
Employment
  • Google
    Software Developer, 2005 - present
    Worked on web front-end for picasaweb, buzz, and Google Plus. IOS for Google Plus and Hangouts
  • Enfish
    Smalltalk Developer, 1995 - 1999
  • DreamWorks Animation
    Developer, 2003 - 2006
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Pasadena, CA
Previously
Santa Monica, CA - Houston, TX - Columbus, GA - Strafford, VT
Amazing barrel-aged cocktails. Delicious but crazy strong. Two will definitely knock you flat.
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reviewed 9 months ago
Fantastic siphon coffee; calm, relaxing atmosphere; Wi-Fi; interesting folks; occasionally see one of my favorite movie stars (no, I won't tell you stalkers who it is) quietly hanging out.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
OMG amazing "5 oz espresso with milk" as they like to call it.
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reviewed a year ago
Fantastic sushi and lovely atmosphere. Huge fan of the original Nozawa, it's nice to have the same quality here in Santa Monica.
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reviewed a year ago
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What a <b>great</b>, <i>amazing</i> building.
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Brilliant technology, super-hip offices. They should be on TV.
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I love the Blue Bottle Coffee on the Venice Boardwalk in LA, no doubt this one is incredible too.
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