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Starting a new trend. #gammonfriday +Stephen Newman+Mark Everett+Matt Hockley+JDM tom​
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Titanfall has arrived! So has my new headset too. That's my weekend sorted. #Titanfall
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I'm playing Flappy Bird. Can you beat my high score? 31 Yay.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dotgears.flappybird
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Best I've got since is 13-14.  No idea how I managed 31 now!
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Trillions of colored bricks. An entire world of LEGO® building plots. Where will you build? What will you build? 

Build with Chrome is a Chrome Experiment that brings the endless possibilities of LEGO bricks to the web: http://goo.gl/a4ucbz.

Can’t wait to see what creative things #Chromies will build! Tag your creations with #chromebuilt and we’ll feature some of them here over the next few weeks. 

#buildwithchrome www.buildwithchrome.com
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Well its been a whilst since I last posted something here and on my blog! #windows81  
The Windows 8.1 Preview was released last week and initially I was trying to decide whether to install it on my main computer or create a VM to evaluate it. Eventually I decided to download the ISO and create a VM, with main reason being due to the fact that Microsoft has stated that when ...
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Grandma playing Mario Party DS with Amie and Bethany.
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I'm selling my Google Nexus 9 tablet (32 GB, Wi-Fi, Indigo Black), running Android Lollipop (v5.0.2). It's boxed with the charger and case. Only 2 months old and in perfect condition, £350. PM if interested otherwise I'll list it on ebay etc in the next day or so.
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Let the fun begin! (once I've downloaded all the updates lol)
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I just competed in Supafly Speed Trials! I came 1st in my NISSAN SILVIA (S15)! 
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I'm playing Flappy Bird. Can you beat my high score?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dotgears.flappybird
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No mine is 15 or 16
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Giving this twitter client a go.  One of the best I've seen for a while.
Designed with simplicity and functionality in mind, Tweedle is both a beaut...
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It's missing a few things like being able to block and report spam tweets.  Inline displaying images is good too.  The official twitter app only does that with its own images.
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One of the main reasons for using Google Reader is that you can sync between devices and you know that you won't see an article you've previous read.  Its also important to know that you have access to all posts made via RSS too. If you visit a website normally you may miss a news story.
 
I have a question for avid Google Reader users: what are the aspects of the way Reader works that made it so useful for you? I've heard a number of things floated in the past day -- e.g., the particular sources available, the way of managing read/unread state, various aspects of the UI -- but I'd like to understand better what the concrete things about Reader were which people found the most useful, because I'd like to integrate those ideas into future versions of many Google products, and try to capture that value.

(NB: If you're seeing this via a reshare, please remember to comment on the original post if you want me to see what you're saying!)

Warning: This is not a thread to simply complain about the shutdown, or to ask Google to keep Reader. That's not something that I can help you with, nor is it a decision that I had anything to do with, and this is not a good place to get anyone's attention about that. This thread is a place to talk about specific things which are useful about it so that we can think about good ways to capture that usefulness in the modern world.

Comments which disregard the previous paragraph will simply be deleted. Comments complaining about my deleting those comments will result in me blocking and/or mercilessly mocking you for failing to read instructions. Comments complaining about that will lead to some interesting replies in a combination of languages, probably starting with Yiddish and moving on from there. Comments interested in the Yiddish language should instead go on my post from last night. (http://goo.gl/xxn7h, but I should say that I'm not an expert or a fluent speaker of the language)

NB: The comments have filled up! Please check out my comment at the end of the post.
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