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What makes you Weird?
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+CreativeMornings HQ is a global breakfast lecture community for creative people, with different themes each month.

Today's talk was held at public broadcasting station WCET (home to WGUC and WVXU radio stations). Breakfast included coffee, bagels and the addictive-in-a-good way Curate bars. Before the talk, had a great time chatting with Andrew Palamara, the Assistant Director of Docent Learning at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

This month's Creative Mornings theme was: Weird
Taxidermist Jeremy Johnson from +Meddling with Nature Cincinnati explored the not-so-weird-after-all connection between art and nature. Combining humour with a few squeamish images, his presentation covered everything from finding dead animals and dissecting them, to recreating their form including expressive poses.

Check 'em Out:
Meddling with Nature
http://www.meddlingwithnature.com/

Creative Mornings
https://creativemornings.com/

Cincinnati Art Museum
http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/

WCET
http://www.cetconnect.org/home/

Curate
https://curatesnacks.com/nutrition-bars/

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This is to what gun rights, racial profiling, and police brutality ultinately culminate. But we, as a society, do not seem to want any changes, because news like this keep surfacing, yet NOTHING happens aside from regression, division, and a whole lot of bickering. 
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If you've every wondered about how Google handles security, check out this video.
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Pick me up something at the market.
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30 Americans at the +cincinnatiartmuseum​ presents powerful work from African-American artists, including: Basquiat's Bird on the Money, Hank Thomas' Swoosh..., and Liberation of T.O. and the gut-punching Duck, Duck, Noose by Gary Simmons. An exhibit not to be missed, (and the rest of the museum is awesome, too.) Final 2 Days - Exhibition Ending August 28

http://www.cincinnatiartmuseum.org/
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Gripping drama on BBC. Halfway through the first episode is so stressful, may wait until the last episode airs and see the resolution. Not sure I can join along for the journey 😨
Thriller following the aftermath of a horrific double murder
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Tekserve has been in New York City, on 23rd Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenue, for nearly thirty years. Today will be its last. This morning, Tekserve began a live auction selling off everything in its store, including the private collection of its co-founder, Dick Demenus.
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Don't be sad, Joe. 😋
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Hey, check out this Primer lesson I just did (mobile-only link): https://www.yourprimer.com/app/en/lesson/onlineads/
Primer is a fast, easy way to learn new digital marketing skills. You can take lessons in advertising, content, measurement, and strategy wherever and whenever you have 5 minutes free.
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+Kevin Jones  - looks like something you'd use :-)
 
Meet Dan, Fantasy Football draft master #mygoogledocs

Fall is (somehow) around the corner, and that means fantasy football leagues are gearing up to make their picks for the upcoming football season. We caught up with Coloradoan Dan Schaller—who has been perfecting a Fantasy Draft template in Google Sheets for the last several years—to tell us why and how he turned to a spreadsheet to run his fantasy league draft.

Bonus: Dan has created a template of his master spreadsheet that anyone can use to run their own fantasy draft: https://goo.gl/ADk3al Find out how below!

1. Hi Dan! Tell us a little about yourself and what you do.
By day I am a business intelligence developer and technology management consultant for SSB headquartered in Denver, CO. I have worked in a number of sectors during my career, including our SaaS platform focused primarily on the business side of sports and entertainment.

I am passionate about sports, statistics and analytics, and fantasy football is a perfect outlet.

2. So you’re using Sheets to manage your Fantasy Football Draft. Very cool. Why did you decide to make it?
My main fantasy football league is a close and competitive group of college friends. After graduating, one of the league members moved to the east coast for work and couldn’t attend the draft. Since a conference call didn’t quite fit the bill, I was inspired by the collaborative tools of Google Sheets. Features like live updating and integrated chat kept everyone on the same page and attentive to the draft.

3. What is the benefit of using this Sheet over another drafting tool?
Fantasy drafts can easily become an ordeal if mismanaged or disorganized, however most available tools are either cumbersome, expensive, or lacking features. Further, I have tried to simplify the process for beginners and leagues with complex rules alike: keep it simple and basic, or add your keepers, trade draft picks and more. My fantasy draft sheet focuses the attention of the players drafting by highlighting who’s on the clock, which players are available of each position, who has been drafted already, and helping you plan for bye weeks -- all in a simple format in which information can be consumed quickly,

4. What are the main steps for getting started with your template?

STEP 1: Make yourself a copy of the template here: https://goo.gl/ADk3al. Use the “Share” button to invite your league, and give each person edit access.

STEP 2: Pick a point person to be in charge of entering league member info and setting basic league rules on the Setup tab.

STEP 3: Start Drafting! Go to the PickEntry sheet. Start entering your picks in the Pick Entry column by typing a player’s name. The green bar will indicate whose turn it is to make a pick, and predictive text will help with pulling up players’ names as you type!
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Not really... I find fantasy football too time consuming and actually pointless! I have very little time for sport these days. (work)
Still love it, but tennis will always come before football.
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Rolling out now. Yippee! 🤡
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World-class masterpieces from renowned artists including local favorites like Frank Duvenek and Rookwood Pottery. A wonderful mix of paintings, illustrations, furniture, glass, wood and metal sculptures. There are amazing finds in nooks and crannies, so be sure to explore the side sections and thruways. Nice cafe and gift shop. Although the museum is accessible by car and public transport, I like to walk from downtown to the park and museum.
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This is a terrific wine bar, cafe and food shop all-in-one. We enjoyed a fantastic starter of fresh bread and dipping oil with balsamic vinegar. Then we got a filling panini of cheese and tomato with a side salad of chopped kale and greens, perfectly dressed with a vinaigrette. The shop has dozens of dipping oils and vinegars to mix and match and sample (the jalapeño infused oil paired with peach vinegar is exceptional). There are packaged goods, too, and cookbooks perfect for gift-giving or treat yourself to some awesome ingredients for home.
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Although the main focus is on rotisserie, we were still able to get a delicious vegetarian substitution on the pita-based sandwich, with black beans, cheese, slaw and jalapeño. Although the portion looked small, it was surprisingly filling and delicious. Their chips and hummus starter could have used more hummus. The creamed corn is outstanding, and you'll do yourself a favor ordering a portion. The Manhattan and Old Fashioned drinks were OK, and to the bar's credit, offered to make another drink if we were disappointed. Great customer service.
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Great service even though the bar was packed. We were lucky to find an open booth on the side by the windows. It's a small venue, but smartly decorated with old bottles in an apothecary theme that feels upscale but relaxed.
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I've been coming here for over 30 years and love the classic diner atmosphere. The food is standard American fare, (I generally prefer the omelets) and the service is decent. It's a bit of remaining Cincinnati history that deserves support.
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This is a clean, well-organised barber shop, slightly off the main drag, that makes you feel welcomed when you first walk in. The prices are fair and you don't feel rushed, but are given full attention. Would def' go back.
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