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One of the rumors going around for years is that Liam went "off-script" for this famous line that just never gets old. We all have "a special set of skills", just not Liam's set. Looking forward to "Taken 3", now filming in Los Angeles.
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I received a Dell Chromebook today to have a look at and have been doing a bit of testing with it. I first net the device at BETT 2014 in London and was quite impressed and was keen to get my hands on one. Its taken until tod...
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Jack Bauer never dies — he just waits until a U.S. president is being shadowed by an assassin, so he comes out of hiding to...
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Google+ has some very smart and experienced users of a wide variety of computers, computer systems, software, hardware, complex programs and Chrome OS and Chromebooks. When critical comments are directed at Chromebooks because performance starts to lag with twenty tabs open, I think we need to remember where those comments are coming from. Young students in classrooms around the country and around the world, 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders, some from very unprivileged backgrounds, are fascinated by the Chromebooks' "Search and Learn" model. Brilliant developers are creating apps just for them, ensuring that it won't be long until they become more productive and much smarter. The 2GB and 4GB discussion is relevant, for sure. But all of the newly released Chromebooks represent improvements over the first generation.  Let's remember that we need to put Chromebooks into the hands of as many of our family members as we can afford, remembering that the learning curve is almost flat. Press the power button, open the browser, search and learn. http://goo.gl/tLf6Eb
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Good bye to a voice we'll never forget. There should be a reel out of his most famous voice overs soon. Can't wait to hear it.
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The "Eraser" effect is really interesting.  Unless you had seen the photograph of the vehicles traveling in both directions, you wouldn't think this was so special.  The thing that gives it away is the boat wake in the water, without the boat, in the upper right center of the photograph.  I appreciate how much more fun taking pictures is knowing that when you upload them to Google+ something awesome might happen. You never know. Well, you can learn how it works, thanks to Google.
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Emmy award winning actor Michael Emerson who plays Mr. Finch, a grown up version of Sherman, on CBS "Person of Interest" gives his best performance so far on the show. Tune  in this Tuesday at 10/9C and catch "Person of Interest" on CBS. The show is shot in New York with the best crew in the business. Production values are consistent from show to show. The higher tech your home theater set is, the more you will love this show. "Person of Interest".
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If you haven't caught "Person of Interest", CBS, Tuesday's at 10/9C, tune in this coming week. Michael Emerson from Lost, a fine actor who received an Emmy for his performance in that show, plays Mr. Finch who tries to help people each episode. After 9/11, Finch built a machine that "sees everything". He uses the machine to help a "Person of Interest" each week. Jim Caviezel, another fine actor who played Jesus in Mel Gibson's "Passion of the Christ", plays Mr. Reece, a character that each week gets his hands dirty trying to protect the "Person of Interest". There are other fine actors in the series, as well. What makes Person of Interest so good? I'd say the people behind it, the crew, the line producers and post. There has not been a better produced show on television, ever. It shoots in New York City. That's reason enough to watch the show. Follow Person of Interest on Google+ at +Person of Interest. There is so much more I could say about the show. Hey, watching the opening and closing credits is like watching the "Who's Who" in television production, especially if you're a J. J. Abram's, Bad Robot fan. To find out more about what makes +Person of Interest so good, Google it.
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In some parts of the United States, public libraries, even small local branches, have Chromebooks to let you check out for use in the library, usually with a two hour window. That's more than enough time to get a feel for baseline Chromebook functionality. The vast majority are Samsung Series 3 Chromebooks. If your library system doesn't yet have the Chromebook program, they soon will. I've taken young students to the library for their first exposure to Chromebooks  and they love the experience. We are becoming a "Chromebook Nation", because Google listens, records, analyzes and builds their products directly from the user data and feedback we volunteer to give them. The Chromebook is our platform of choice, not Microsoft's, Google's or Apples.  While other manufacturer's focus was on products and programs, Google chose user experience to drive their business. The products we use, they support. The products we don't use, go away, or their functionality is absorbed into other products. To learn more about Chromebooks, there are many resources to pull from. My favorite Chromebook resource is +Kevin Tofel. Aside from his occasional digression into man cave issues, Kevin is cool. He's usually a year or two ahead of the market, which is good for us because he can see the tech wave sets and their practical applications developing before anyone else. Think of +Kevin Tofel as the David Pogue of Chromebooks.
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Michael Emerson as Mr. Finch, and Amy Acker as "Root", deliver some of the best lines ever written for this show. Check out the good stuff just before the end of the 2:00 minute mark. I especially love some of Michael Emerson's expressions. I know I'm supposed to "feel" them and not call attention to them, but they are just exceptional in this scene. Don't think there's been better interaction between two actors since Jim Caviezel, the "helper monkey" according to "Root", said goodbye to Detective Carter, played by Taraji P. Henson, earlier this season.
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  • Swan Global
    Director of Off-Shore Enterprise Content Management Systems, 2009 - present
  • Disneyland, Walt Disney Productions, Retlaw Broadcasting
    1971 - 1978
    I was very fortunate to work at Disneyland, Walt Disney Studios and Retlaw Broadcasting. Some of the most brilliant, creative, industrious and talented people you'll ever meet worked for this group.
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