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Ian Page-Echols
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Wish I could get into the Port of Seattle to shoot some photos and footage, but I have a feeling they wouldn't let that happen.
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Your shopping habits reveal even the most personal information -- like when you're going to have a baby.
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Some good articles lately about a topic that shouldn't exist.
http://www.theverge.com/2014/10/8/6919179/stop-supporting-gamergate
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Is there a way in either the default Google calendar options, or the added options in FlashPanel to have delegated calendars grouped when viewed in Apple's Calendar.app in OS X? I have some users with around 10 calendars, and I'd love to figure out a way to group these so it's possible to hide all of a user's calendars with one click, not 10.

I attached an image of what someone's delegated calendar currently looks like to another person. It would be great to have both the primary and secondary calendars under the helpdesk@redacted.com folder/enclosure as seen below.
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Anywhere else I should ask this question? I've found Google's support to be completely useless in the past, so was trying here because actual people interact and answer questions.
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Love it. Any chance you're going to do informational videos about the 2600?
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+AutomaticGainsay Yes. Yes you did. After looking, I realized I had even watched them. Thanks! Going to watch them again.
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My current favorite device is my Expert Sleepers ES-3 module. I'm loving it because it's letting me easily control my '75 Minimoog and a bunch of Moogerfooger pedals in quite interesting ways.
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So good! Went from no sounds to nice musical control in seconds using my Yamaha WX5 with the iRig MIDI and a lightning adaptor. Any ideas if there is a way to use the lip sensor on the WX5 for pitch bend? I tried a few different things (performance > pitch bend would seem to make the most sense), but no luck so far.
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Pretty cool video. Then at the end: the jaw drops
Only four months after their music video for the "The Writing's on the Wall" filled with optical illusions, OK Go are back with yet another meticulously choreographed dance video for "I Won't Let You Down." Filmed in Japan, this new clip features more than a few umb
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architectural conjecture :: urban speculation :: landscape futures
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I like the triangles and red, black  and white coloring at 5:30. Very nice. Is that a wipe type effect before some other visual distortion?
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This is great! This was one of the most interesting features of the OLPC XO laptops, and I don't know if that feature ever actually got fully implemented on that platform. I see it as handy for things like a chat app, but it could be absolutely amazing and literally lifesaving in an emergency scenario.

I'm curious, I believe in the XO's case, they had to design the wireless chips to be able to do this. If some of the comments are about Android and Windows devices doing this, is this now a standard capability of wifi? Or some specific chipsets? Or is this done with something like going back and forth between networks?

http://www.cultofmac.com/271225/appreciated-ios-7-feature-will-change-world
  A curious download hit Apple’s app store this week: a messaging app called FireChat. It’s a new kind of app because it uses an iOS feature unavailab
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