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Through Saturday 4/19, you can trade in a working Windows XP laptop at Best Buy and get $100 toward a chromebook or win/mac laptop. I would recommend the HP or Acer chromebook.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/computing-promotions/windows-xp-trade-in-offer/pcmcat327400050019.c?id=pcmcat327400050019
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It'll be tough finding an Acer C720 @ BB.  I used my $100 trade in value to buy a new Toshiba Chromebook and don't regret it.
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Goal: have taxes done by the time the lunar eclipse starts on the night of 4/14: http://blogs.kqed.org/science/2014/04/04/blood-moon-a-chance-to-watch-a-total-lunar-eclipse/
It'll be a great view in the Bay Area late on the night of April 14, as long as clouds don't cover up the moon.
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Some of my favorite portraits from the last two years or so. Mostly family. Not too many selfies.
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Nice work.

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From Pillar Point this evening, north of Half Moon Bay.
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Yeah, HDR Efex does pretty well with moving objects like people. I have some Disney shots that came out pretty well despite plenty of people in them.
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How delightful is that? The charger that comes with the Moto X has two usb slots on it. I am so impressed by whoever had that idea and pushed it through.
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Thanks :), its the Google way of doing things!
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From a walk in the parking lot today, SOOC (straight out of camera). #x100s  
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Beautiful abstract art?

Rather this is a graphical representation of the frequency of four digit PIN codes. On the x-axes we have the first two PIN digits from 00.. to 99.., on the y-axes we have the last two digits from ..00 to ..99. Popular PIN codes include the yellow diagonal, PIN codes of the form XYXY, and even more bright XXXX. The vertical yellow line are PIN codes marking a year, mostly between the years 1930-2010. The yellow blob on the lower left are US formatted calendar days from 01/01 to 12/31 (you can even see how many days each month has). Also singleton yellow dots can be explained.

Anyway, it is beautiful, in my opinion.
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Maybe we all should get ukeleles!
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Another one from Pillar Point, yesterday. This was just some guy; I think he spotted a sea lion out by the rocks. We were standing on more rocks, and I was just looking around for good footing when he suddenly got picturesque in front of me. I barely managed to catch the gesture.
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"If you take a picture of me, I'll throw you that far"
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My nephew's girlfriend is visiting, so the girls and I took them to Santa Cruz this weekend. A beautiful summer day, in January!
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HI Brian - the up-high one was from the pier, which is visible from below in some of the later pix.
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My wife and I have been coming here 1-2 times a month for the past couple of years, either on Date Nights by ourselves or with our two young kids. The Cupertino Square 16 theater is like our "secret" theater, showing the major movies on good screens without the same level of crowds as the other area theaters. The one other lengthy review here describes a seemingly unpleasant incident, but we haven't seen anything like that in our dozens of times coming to this theater. The staff at the door and the concession stand have been steadily friendly and professional, and half the time on our way out of the theater, there's a friendly staffer out there thanking us for coming and wishing us a good day, while they wait for the room to clear out so they can clean it. This place is pretty new, so the theaters and the lobby area are clean and modern, the seats are comfortable, and the audio/video experience is fine too. (Our one bad experience: a live "Fathom Events" show where the audio was ever so slightly out of sync; I presume they've worked out the kinks in that live simulcast system) The location is a bit awkward. This theater was implanted into the middle of a struggling shopping mall, so you have to park in the overcomplicated mall parking garage and work your way in. The box office and electronic ticket kiosks are at the mall shopping level (once the second story of the mall, but now the only functioning story), then you take an escalator up to the theater level. This ride up through a spacious mall atrium is designed to be grand, and it's pretty impressive, though we feel bad for the concession staffers when the setting sun blasts right through the glass all the way through the lobby and into their faces. On weekend evenings, the place is pretty empty; we almost always get to sit in our favorite spot in the theater. On big movie weekends, it can get crowded, though; this past Sunday morning, during the first release weekend of "Wreck-It Ralph", our theater did fill up. If you come frequently, the AMC Stubs card is a pretty good deal, getting you discounts on concessions and points that you can accumulate and spend on tickets or concessions later. For frequent fliers like us, it's well worth the cost of the card.
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