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+George Takei, have you taken a plane trip lately?
A Japanese photographer was fortunate enough to capture one of the most beautiful pictures of an airplane we've ever seen.
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+Sony Mobile, I'm a US resident and been wanting a Z5 Compact for some time now, because pretty much every site I've seen agrees that it's the best small smartphone out there.   I've been patiently waiting, as I'm unwilling to buy a gray market unit without a warranty.  How am I rewarded for my patience?  With the official release of an intentionally crippled phone, stripped of its fingerprint sensor without explanation.

I'm not paying full price for a crippled phone, and I can only imagine how many others must feel the same.  Whoever made that "business decision" isn't much of a business person.
At the IFA trade show in Berlin last year, Japanese consumer electronics major, Sony, unveiled not one, but three entirely different smartphones as part of
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This guy's takedown of EA (and any other game company whose primary focus is making money and not making good games) is brilliant, and he is spot-on about the cause: EA keeps behaving badly because people keep giving them money.  If you want better games and better behavior, stop ponying up for every freaking iteration of Madden or FIFA or NHL.  Stop clamoring for every new Battlefield.  Stop buying games that require DLC and microtransactions to unlock content that should've been included in the base game.  And for god's sake, stop paying for games and platforms hobbled by awful DRM like Spore and SimCity and the X Bone.  Vote with your wallets, or you are perpetuating the things you hate.
Remember when you bought complete games? Good times. Good times.
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Happy birthday, +Wil Wheaton!  Hope it's awesome!  You and +NASA should party together sometime.
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I suppose the ideal babysitter would have more than one set of eyes, now that I think of it.. Great job, your talent still surprises me.

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These are fantastic.  A pet adoption agency decided to make some infomercials for adoption, pushing dogs and cats as solutions to annoying life problems like cleaning up spilled food and oversleeping.  "Mee-WOW!"  LMAO.
Pet owners know that domestic animals have many uses around the home. Thousands of years ago, that's why we welcomed them into our dwellings in the first place, and we've come to appreciate them fo...
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Any Google Plus wizards want to help me out?  I have three circles that I want every post to be shared with by default.  If, for example, I removed one of those for one post, the next time I went to post something, I would add it back in, and G+ would return to those three as the default.  Well, apparently last time I did that, something got stuck, and now every time I post, I have to add that third circle back in.  WTF, G+?
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I just sent 'feedback' describing the issue.  Open a new post with the wrong circle default, then mouse over 'home' on the upper left, click 'feedback' at the very bottom, describe the issue, highlight the 'To:' box with the wrong circles in it, black out any personal info you want to.
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Thanks for 100,000 miles of Mustang fun, +Ford Motor Company​.
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More proof of the idea that the physical act of holding a phone isn't dangerous, it's the distraction of talking on the phone that's the real danger.  I'd like to see this experiment done with a non-distracted driver, with a driver talking using hands-free, and with a driver talking to a passenger in the car.  I know I can sometimes forget where I'm going or even miss traffic signals when I'm distracted with a conversation.
Conventional wisdom — and the law in many states — says that using a Bluetooth device is safer than hands-on when using your cell phone while driving. Others contend there is no difference. Who's right?
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Yeah I've missed a few turns and exits because I was chatting with someone.
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This should be spread far and wide and thrown in the face of any idiot who says the civil war was not about slavery.  Colonel Ty Seidule, Professor of History at the United States Military Academy at West Point, lays the smackdown on that viewpoint.

Note: Prager University is not, in fact, a university, and holds a very conservative viewpoint on most things, but this isn't an analysis by the university.
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Don't use regular silverware to portion out medicine, especially for kids.  The actual capacity of your silverware may not bear any relation to the commonly accepted measurements of teaspoons and tablespoons, leading to overdoses (or underdoses).
 
Pediatricians Say Using Teaspoons & Tablespoons For Kids' Medicine Leads To Overdoses

While some parents pull out actual measuring spoons when pouring out a teaspoon or tablespoon of their kids’ medications, many just resort to employing the same utensils they use for family meals. But while you might use a spoon for tea, that doesn’t mean…
While some parents pull out actual measuring spoons when pouring out a teaspoon or tablespoon of their kids' medications, many just resort to employing the same utensils they use for family meals. ...
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Rest in peace, Mr. Nimoy, and thank you for all you gave us.  The world is poorer for your absence.
 
Kaaaaaaahhhhhnnnnn!
In addition to acting, Mr. Nimoy directed films; published poetry, autobiographies and books of photography; and recorded music.
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