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Google Inbox Peeve

I wish there were a way to set the default reply mode to Reply, not Reply All as it is currently set. Just bombed a ton of people with a ReplyAll because original sender didn't BCC. I didn't even see that there were others on the list.

So then I had to send an apology email which is stupid. Double the email for half the actual message. Bad noise to signal ratio...
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Ooohh, InBox.  My bad...  thought you were talking about GMail. For whatever reason I'm only thinking of InBox as a triage tool, so I don't think I've replied to anyone with it. Glad you mentioned this.
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I think I'll give this a try. I like the idea of interrupting my current pattern of note management and review by trying something that gets me viewing my notes another way.
Reflect makes it easy to remember the important stuff in your Evernote account. Using simple and effective flashcards, Reflect regularly reminds you what you’ve saved. The more you review, the more you remember.
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Fascinating video on stem cell and their role in regeneration. 
 
What are #stemcells, and how do they help heal chronic conditions ranging from autoimmune disease to heart attacks? http://bit.ly/1ABfMnP
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My Notes tally upon opening EN this morning.  Do I win anything? lol
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You can export as a web page. Not the best, but doable.
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Enjoyed watching this interview with Moto COO, Rick Osterloh. It helped me get a feel for the company and their direction. Learned some things I didn't know. I think the only Sprint Moto phone is the Nexus 6 and I'm leaning in that direction for my next phone. It's between that and the Samsung S6, but I'm growing tired of the Touchwiz UI so I'm kind of bouncing between the two as choices right now.
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Use this web app to easily receive large files directly into your Dropbox.
DBinbox is perfect for collecting client documents, gathering wedding photos and videos, or receiving files too big to send over email.
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Good advice. I like the idea of judging utility in the present moment.
 
Evaluate the commitments cluttering your life with this criteria: not whether you’re already doing them, but whether you’d add them now.
Letting go of a costly failed project allows better ones to follow. Here's how.
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My calendar is now synced with Evernote. Very fast and easy to set up.

What I like about this is the fact that an event can be sync'ed without using the Reminder function in EN. I use that for Tasks.

By using syntax in the EN note title and a simple "event" tag, EventNoted knows to put this on my Google (or other) calendar.

Super simple and very powerful.

This may be the last piece I needed to have a fully functioning task manager with EN.

Some tasks are actually full events and this allows me to differentiate between simple tasks and more complex affairs like events that should be given due attention on my calendar.

Hats off the developer!
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+Preston Odenbrett Yes, I got it set up. Tried it. Works great.
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First, this is a great talk for the most part. His 1hr30 min talk (dBnniua6-oM), Sugar The Bitter Truth, expanded on this one even more and they are both excellent in terms of biochemical data analysis and conclusion.
However, I disagree with his libertarian bashing in this one. He makes it sound like the government in all its wisdom is going to come and save the day when it was the government that caused this mess in the first place (see his Bitter Truth video where he breaks this down in detail).
Nixon was trying to get reelected and used the flawed Seven Countries study to push a national health agenda of eliminating fat in food, basically. 
That's all fine and well except the study was completely incompletely analyzed. It wasn't the fat that was killing us all, it was the sugar.
If the study had been conducted correctly they would have caught that back in the 70s and this insane sugar consumption would probably not have happened--at least not to the extent that it did.
It was the government which made this such a broad, sweeping problem.
But they didn't catch it and so began 40 years of us removing the thing that was good for us (fat) and replacing it with the very thing that was killing us (sugar) in order to make the newly nonfat food taste better than wood or styrofoam.
In short, this is your government at work. As per usual it is the most inefficient, fallible and bungling model one can ever use for anything.
I also disagree with the idea that education doesn't work. He cites the "Say No To Drugs" campaign as having accomplished nothing (another government program, by the way).
Perhaps--I don't know by what measurement. But how can we be so sure it was education that doesn't work in these situations? Maybe the methods used were just inefficient or lacking in follow-through.
Personally, I have cut back on my own sugar use as a result of Dr. Lustig's videos. So education does work. I think we just need to do more of it and in ways that effectively reaches a variety of publics or audiences, vs thinking we can just make one "just say no" statement and expect everyone will just take it in and go with it because our government said it so it must be true.
If Dr. Lustig had said "the government did this, so it should undo it..." I might be able to get behind that. But to throw fundeemanal liberty under the bus doesn't make sense. It's not liberty that got us into this mess. It was the government. 
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I agree that eating natural fats is not a problem, even "artery clogging saturated fats." I know my complete lipid panel and all of my numbers and ratios are in the ideal range. Sugar and the overconsumption of carbohydrates is the problem. People in asia do eat a great deal of rice but they are also active most of the day farming the rice or walking/biking. They also eat animal fat and protein as well. The Japanese drink lots of green tea, fish, and seaweed. Their great health is due to these items, definitely not the white rice.
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Extremely authentic. So authentic the girls working there may misunderstand your order due to their limited English. So be clear and make sure they got what you want. Sometimes they have Mole (chocolate sauce). It's very tasty and worth ordering. We usually just get tacos or enchiladas. I love the tacos because they are just like the way they do them in Mexico: fresh tortillas, meat and some cilantro. Side of salsa, green or red. Red is spicy. It's our favorite little secret for Mexican food.
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Best. Handmades. Ever! If you're a cigar smoker and have ever tried handmade cigars (there are many in Tampa area), then you know they can -sometimes- often be a let-down. A friend of mine turned me on to the ones crafted by Cuban Paradise Cigar and Cafe. He and another mutual cigar aficionado were so excited about them that I made a special trip down there on Christmas Eve this year just to check them out. Ironically these "perfect" cigars are called Mistakes. It's a family operation and apparently the patriarch was rolling some cigars one day and made an error when combining certain tobaccos. After trying them he loved the taste and so made them official, giving them the name "Mistakes". Last night I smoked my first Mistake (robusto). They are _every bit_ as good as I had hoped. Smooth, mild and yet *full-bodied* at the same time. No bitterness. Highly recommend making the journey. Go around 5pm and you'll have time to take a walk out on Madeira Beach while catching the sunset. That's my wife and I did. The family who runs the place are as pleasing as their cigars. :) (Note: the parking lot is *paid* parking. We didn't notice right away. Thankfully we avoided a ticket.) UPDATE (Jan 29, 2014): Bought a box of the Mistakes and have been smoking them for the last month. They have all been consistently good smokes. The only problem I have now is I'm smoking more cigars than ever! It's ok, though. Not only are these cigars tasty, they are easy on the wallet if you buy a box at a time (you get a handsome discount). In fact, they are beautifully priced. So I'll be back for more soon.
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Public - a year ago
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Fillet was excellent. We probably over ordered by also getting the duck nachos and besa besa shrimp but it was all so good. Brannon delivered excellent service as well. Definitely going back next time we can ditch the kids. ;)
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Seem like good prices. Definitely knowledgeable. Nice folks.
Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Very Good
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The servers are always upbeat and on the ball and the food is consistently good. If you bring a little kid(s), sit in the back-right booth (corner). When the restroom door opens, a string lets down a big, black stuffed spider (got my daughter with that one quite nicely when she was 5 y.o.). Wednesdays roast beef at lunch is outstanding. (In fact, I think I'll head over there tomorrow myself.) But don't wait for Wed. The food's great all week long, including breakfast. Might want to get there early on weekends if you do breakfast though. They can get busy.
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Beautiful decor. Service was outstanding. Very lively atmosphere.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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There is a good supply food as is always the case in these super buffets. The food tastes very average however. The only exception would be the snow crab legs which were good. The servers were getting in each other's way when we were being seated and our server was talking more to her peers than she was to us. It was distracting. Being seated felt very impersonal. I'm feeling pretty "off" now, a couple of hours after eating. My body seems to be rebelling against their food. I think this was the last super buffet for me.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
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