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Jason Moller
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From Goodwood Festival of Speed earlier this summer.
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Goodwood Festival of Speed is perhaps, as a spectator, my favourite motorsport event of the year. I visited on the Sunday this year, I still haven't replaced my SLR, here are a handful of snaps from my NEX-6. 
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Two #photosphere from #Neo14 - the world's largest and best 1/8th scale off-road RC race! 
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Not sure how I missed this back in January, but cracking photo by Chris!
 
Arctic Tern

One of several Arctic terns that were dotted along the shoreline at Longyearbyen. This photo was taken about an hour earlier from, and very nearby to, my previous post.

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A handful of photos from Whistler Blackcomb where I'm spending the week. Testing camera on Sony Xperia Z1 Compact. 
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Syon Park's Enchanted Woodland - a shot from my NEX-6.
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Bristol Balloon Fiesta Nightglow, 2014. 
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I've spent my Easter weekend filming at the world's largest indoor off-road radio controlled car race. It's amazing how professional this hobby is! This was a video I hastily put together as the event was wrapping up on Monday. Hope you all had a good long weekend! 
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Very nice work Jason! Were they all gas powered or were there electric ones as well? Can't believe how much air some of those cars were getting and still landing smoothly.
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Almost two years since I took this photo at the +Olympics +London 2012! Where has the time gone?! Who's excited for +Rio 2016? I'd like to get out to Brazil if I can. Olympics in the sun, first ever games in South America, very exciting.
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I've been out in Whistler Blackcomb for a couple of weeks, and now moving home, so very busy! I'm updating the ActionMonday page tonight and will continue at the weekend. Hope everyone is well!
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Happy New Year!

Hope you have a prosperous one. For #ActionMonday fans I'll update the page shortly and with an information post as I realise I've done a poor job keeping on top of it (and Adrian I assume too busy for it now). For everyone, enjoy 2014!
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I'm a bit late to the party but I've never let that stop me before - Happy New Year Jason!
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Remember, remember, the fifth of November, Gunpowder Treason and Plot

5th November is Guy Fawkes Night (aka Bonfire Night/Fireworks Night) here in the UK. I went to Guildford with some friends, started with an interested torch-lit walk up to Stoke Park.
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Work
Occupation
I am a qualified aerospace engineer and experienced web developer.
Skills
Enthusiastic about CFD, Python, and GPGPU!
Employment
  • Contractor
    Aerospace Engineer, 2013 - present
    Contract work with FEA with Siemens FEMAP/Nx Nastran and CFD with OpenFOAM. Also general computing and HPC tasks.
  • Self Employed
    Django/Python Programmer, 2012 - present
  • QinetiQ
    Aerodynamicist, 2008 - 2010
  • Add-Vent Limited
    IT Consultant, 2006 - 2008
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Birthday
June 13
Other names
glypo
Apps with Google+ Sign-in
  • Crossy Road
  • Lara Croft:Relic Run
Story
Tagline
I shred, therefore I am.
Introduction
I use Google+ to share my attempts at action photography with the world. I have many hobbies and interests; photography, snowboarding, wakeboarding, mountain-biking, running, computing, music, web design, cooking and video gaming just to name a few things.

With +Adrian Buturca I help curate (and participate!) in the action sports photography theme #ActionMonday - Check out our +ActionMonday page.
Bragging rights
I know 11 languages quite well... sadly 9 of them are of the computer programming variety...
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Farnborough, Hampshire
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Surrey, UK
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BRITAIN is a midsized island with outsized influence. Its parliamentary tradition, the City’s global role, the union of England, Scotland, W

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Tuner - gStrings Free
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This is the ad supported version of Tuner - gStrings, a chromatic tuner application measuring sound pitch and intensity.It will let you tune

Doctors Without Borders / MSF-USA
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We find out where conditions are the worst—the places where others are not going—and that's where we want to be.

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
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Medical care where it is needed most. Independent. Neutral. Impartial.

Work with us
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Incredible fish fossil is the earliest known creature with a face
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It's a face only a paleontologist could love: scientists in China have discovered the ancient fossil of an armored, jawed fish that appears

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The largest 1/8th indoor race in the world!

[ubuntu] [SOLVED] Nautilus ssh issue
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The error read: I have seen other posts on this issue- like this one - which people suggest to delete ~/.ssh/known_hosts and files in ~/.nau

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Hangouts (replaces Talk)
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Apple's Find My Friends, a mostly-unrelated concept. Perhaps you've heard of Bang With Friends. It's a rather controversial thing. Simply pu

Tasty, affordable and good quality Mexican food. Wahaca is co founded by Tommi Miers (Masterchef winner, amongst other accolades). It's 'Mexican street food' - and superb. Dishes come when they're ready, rather than sat around. Meat/chicken is British, and free-range. Other ingredients are well sources and very tasty for it. The restaurant allows payment via QR code too. If you like Mexican food, check out Wahaca!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
The most memorable lunch of my life… Passing through Venice we decided to explore the city in a day, stopping here for lunch. It was the most bizarre meal I’ve had. The meal started off fine, friendly staff and decent enough surroundings. The food came, very bland. My funghi pizza contained little more than half a dozen slices of tiny mushrooms, they were lost on the pizza. As we were finishing our meals it started to get weird. The waiter rested his hands on the back of a chair, looked down at one of our groups backside, licked his lips and gave a thumbs up. Five minutes later he picked up a small child from another table and ‘motorboated’ this boys backside. He then passed our table (we comprised of a group of males in our mid-late twenties) and simulated oral sex with a bottle of Appleteiser. One from our party went to use the lavatory and got his behind grabbed by another waiter. The inappropriate sounds and gestures continued and if anything increased in their vulgarity. Not limiting themselves to again simulating oral sex, this time with a lollipop, and swiping a payment card between the cheeks of another waiter’s backside. If this sounds at all exaggerated, you are mistaken. This is light on detail and much more pleasant than the experience. Lewd staff, uncomfortable lunch, bland food, and extortionately priced!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Tasty! I was recommended the Chicken Dupiaza, a dish Surrey Tandoori clearly does very well. They are only too happy to satisfy my requests of adjusting the heat strength of certain dishes to meet the fussy requirements of some of my friends! Rice, breads and sundries are all equally tasty, not at all greasy (a criticism I often have of others), delivered promptly and thoroughly enjoyed. They are proud of their 5 star hygiene rating too, as they should be, gives great confidence in the food. If you live in the area, well worth a meal!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Had a fantastic meal with my parents who recently moved to the area. As well as the typical dishes for the less adventurous, the menu is varied and terrific specials. I opted for the Naga Mirch Masala with Tandoori Chicken - I can honestly say it was the most moist and tender chicken I've had in an Indian dish. Wonderfully balanced spices and heat. The poppadoms are served with a onion chutney I've not found elsewhere - make sure you try it! The rice and breads are great too, the vegetable stuffed paratha was particularly full of flavour. Even the drinks brilliant, the fresh ginger beer is served with slices of real ginger - a nice touch! I look forward to many more meals here.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Wonderful food in a great location. Edwardian building and nice grounds, makes it particularly nice on a sunny day. A nice varied menu that appears to change daily - with many regularly occurring items. Not cheap, nor expensive, definitely value for money.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Nothing to shout about. The food is good but not great (unlike some other Indian Restaurants in the area), the restaurant is small and cramped. On the upside the service is good and the costs are moderate.
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The BEST Indian cuisine in the area. I make a point of trying new places, I have regularly visited a different Indian restaurant in Surrey/Hampshire for 5 years now. The Ancient Raj is the best by some margin. The flavours and spices are perfect, portions great, staff are very warm & friendly and the restaurant is large & relaxed. Also, there is a 10% discount for take-away orders, 15% if you place online. It's now my regular take-away between restaurant adventures. It's not cheap, but you get what you for.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago