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Jared Oberhaus
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Attended Carnegie Mellon University
Lives in Palo Alto, CA
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I'll be there Sunday March 20.
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If you were thinking of buying a Tesla, please tell them I referred you by clicking on this link.

What, you aren't buying a Tesla?
Model S is the world's first premium electric sedan. Designed from the ground up as an electric car, Model S provides an unprecedented driving range of up to 300 miles and can accelerate from 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds without burning a drop of gasoline. The Tesla Model S - the first premium electric sedan, available 2012. Reserve yours today.
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I'm waiting for the Tesla 3. And hoping Elon stops saying offensive stuff in the meantime so I feel less dirty buying it. 
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I'm earning my Black Belt in Wushu on November 7, 3:30pm at Smithwick Theater, Foothill College.

If you want to attend the show, please let me know!

The studio I'm training with:
http://www.studiokickspaloalto.com/

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I know that achieving your Black Belt is a major and meaningful accomplishment for you.  I congratulate you for your hard work and dedication.  I also apologize for being so overdue in extending all accolades for your success.  I wish I could have been there, but ...
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Kibo can't even: https://youtu.be/9P9JSgZwrjc
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Visit to Google Beijing last month
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Very nice pictures, +Jared Oberhaus !
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So uhh... How do I open this?
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Yo Dawg, I hear you like opening your scissors package with scissors..
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That's funny, I feel like eating Quiznos now...
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I have to say that I'm actually super-impressed with the production quality and humor of these videos (this one and the Waze Runner).  It seems the folks who wrote the script really had a geeky understanding of both Waze and Burning Man.

Incidentally, it's also entertaining to see the difference in reception:
- Waze replied with thumbs-up.
- Burning Man has threatened to sue.

Sheesh.
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Send Your Name to Mars on InSight at http://go.usa.gov/3Aj3G and retrieve your frequent flyer points on NASA's Journey to Mars.
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Nearly 22 million Americans who are over age 40 have cataracts (the most common cause of vision loss in adults). By the time that they reach 80, more than half of all Americans will have cataracts. But soon, cataracts may be the thing of the past, and even better, it may be possible to see a staggering three times better than 20/20 vision: if you can currently read a text that is 10 feet away, you would be able to read the same text from 30 feet away. 

This new development comes thanks to a new kind of bionic lens, the Ocumetics Bionic Lens. The lens is implanted in the eye via a saline-filled syringe that would place the bionic lens into the eye, where it would unravel itself in under 10 seconds. It sounds a little painful, but the procedure is identical to cataract surgery and would take just about eight minutes. People who have the specialized lenses surgically inserted would never get cataracts and that the lens feels natural and won’t cause headaches or eyestrain.

However, if it sounds like a fairy tale (or Sci-Fi dream) it’s not. It is actually the end result of years and years of research and more than a little funding. Ultimately, the lens has taken nearly a decade to develop and has cost US$3 million (thus far). And there is still some ways to go before you will be able to buy them. The release date has been set for 2017, after extensive clinical trials have been completed on, first, animals and then humans.
Soon, cataracts may be the thing of the past, and even better, it may be possible to see a staggering three times better than 20/20 vision.
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Recent weekend visit to Shanghai
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Very cool !! 
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Free 2GB added to your drive account. Plus a security check.
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Hey, THANKS! 
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Work
Occupation
Software Engineer
Employment
  • Google
    Software Engineer, 2009 - present
    SRE Geo Google[x] Glass
  • Scalent Systems
    Architect, 2003 - 2009
  • Openwave Systems Ltd
    Architect, 1997 - 2003
  • CONNECT, Inc.
    Architect, 1994 - 1997
  • Orbital Sciences Corporation
    Intern, 1993 - 1993
  • Xerox
    Intern, 1992 - 1992
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Palo Alto, CA
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Pittsburgh, PA - Gibsonburg, OH
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  • Carnegie Mellon University
    Electrical and Computer Engineering
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