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John Reinert Nash
Works at Lifetouch, Inc.
Attended Wisconsin
Lives in Prior Lake, MN
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Map of the internet for the year I was born.
 
Most popular posts from my stream this past week.

A handful of the most popular posts in my stream this past week. Take a peek through them, share them, enjoy them. Always a wide variety of technology news and anecdotes.

Map of the entire Internet in 1969
https://plus.google.com/105201176373156907412/posts/AYcvB55iSfD

Popcorn-time.se gets serious in battle with Apple
https://plus.google.com/105201176373156907412/posts/TuziYL24tMm

Seems that my 100 gigs of free storage has expired
https://plus.google.com/105201176373156907412/posts/cXw2b4jB1Np

Canada commits to building 30 m telescope in Hawaii.
https://plus.google.com/105201176373156907412/posts/CaeE4RqGJUy

CERN's LHC is back and headed for 13 Tev.
https://plus.google.com/105201176373156907412/posts/dTfVya6nXRq
Map of the entire Internet in 1969. … - Peter Vogel - Google+
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Riverside Park, La Crosse, WI, on the levee.
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Josie's version of sliding.
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Updated FujiFIlm X mount lenses.
 
FUJIFILM Corporation has released an updated road map for its X mount interchangeable lenses. Highly regarded for their outstanding image quality, resolution and well-built bodies, Fujifilm’s unique X mount lens range now has three new additions.
The new lenses that have been added to the Fuji X Mount Lens Roadmap are:
- XF120mmF2.8 R Macro 1:1 Macro, telephoto lens
- XF35mmF2 R compact and lightweight standard focal length lens
- 1.4x Teleconverter for XF50-140mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR, XF120mmF2.8 R Macro, XF100-400mm
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A Dell laptop with Thunderbolt 2 ports, never thought I'd see that!
 
The Dell Precision M3800 laptop workstation now comes with Thunderbolt 2 ports and a 4K display.
Looking for a profitable niche, the PC maker gives its 15-inch M3800 workstation a 4K display, Thunderbolt 2 and new storage options to coax video editors and others who use Apple laptops.
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That's kind of embarrassing for North Dakota.
 
Ever wondered where your favourite US-based film or TV show was set? Here they are on a handy map. Spoiler: Nebraska is just Nebraska.
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"If I can't store a memory digitally, I'm probably not keeping it."
Their lifestyles mean that their boomer parents’ furniture, china and knickknacks are going to auctions, thrift shops — or dumps.
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An eight-inch spring snowstorm in #PriorLake
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My desk at #Kodak, July 2000.    #tbt
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A nice introduction to deep learning. Wading into this field for portrait image analysis.
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LIfetouch Memory Mission Google #Hangouts  going on today, Friday, and Monday, broadcasting live on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMbl_L1s2bnjfeB-983uusg .
This morning, we've already had a school serenade their teacher across the miles, and connections between children in New Hampshire and the Dominican Republic.
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I explore, test, and develop digital technology for a photography company.
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  • Lifetouch, Inc.
    present
  • Eastman Kodak Company
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Prior Lake, MN
Previously
Webster, NY
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952-826-4420
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11000 Viking Drive 300W, Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Story
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Digital Technologist, helping to take professional portraiture to the next level.
Introduction
To know if you've found the correct John, simply check the signage on or near the door.  The presence or absence of urinals is a another important piece of data in making this determination.
Bragging rights
Hand-coated a single-layer photographic emulsion onto film. Helped to tame an early CMOS DSLR. Took a 2-, 4-, and 6-year old to a school carnival, solo.
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  • Wisconsin
  • Harvard
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John Nash
Took advantage of a LivingSocial deal for an off-season getaway with my family of five. The deal was cheerfully accepted, and the facilities matched well with the description. Our room was clean and spacious (Blue Heron Suite with two double beds and a convertible couch in the main room), and the full-size fridge and microwave were a nice amenity to have. WiFi was free, painless, and fast enough to stream an NCAA basketball game to an iPad. There is a social gathering area in the lobby with games that can be checked out. The pool is a "mini-waterpark" with a small water slide suitable for small children. My kids are older, so we took advantage of the Three Bears waterpark up the road, but the smaller and warmer hotel pool was popular with younger kids. Overall, we found the staff to be friendly.and accomodating. It was a good experience, and I expect to return here with my family.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Small place tucked in a corner of an office park, catering to the lunch hour local crowd. Food is served cafeteria-style, with a menu that rotates daily. I have never had a dish here that wasn't excellent. The restaurant does a brisk trade, and the food is consistently freshly-made. Occasionally, they will run out of an item, and deliver it to you in the dining room within about five minutes. Dishes include classic Vietnamese hot and spicy chicken, ginger chicken, beef and potatoes, spicy sweet and sour. Good Vietnamese crispy eggrolls, too. Portion size is generous, service is friendly and consistent.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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