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Jonathan Seyghal
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Headline of the day?!

Cc +Suzanne Seyghal Buckingham
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The moment the world changed

"When you want to look back on old photos of Oliver as a puppy or Mr. Whiskers as a kitten, you no longer need to type “dog” or “cat” into search in Google Photos. Rolling out in most countries today, you’ll be able to see photos of the cats and dogs now grouped alongside people, and you can label them by name, search to quickly find photos of them, or even better, photos of you and them."

Just need hamsters now +Sophie Hodges
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“What I do know is that genetically we are behind. In the last campaign we were the second smallest squad behind Spain. That means that I had to pick a team tonight to try and combat their height and strength. Even at that we couldn’t combat their height and strength at set plays. Genetically we have to work at things. It is a problem for us."
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Loving how initially there was concern it was another awful terror attack, but no, just a regular motor vehicle injuring people incident. Yay! Move along, we're used to that. 5 deaths a day from motor vehicles (in the UK) is just fine.

"A black Toyota Prius hit people outside the museum, in South Kensington, at about 14:20 BST on Saturday, sparking initial fears it was a terror attack.

But police later said the incident was not "terrorist-related" and is being treated as a road traffic collision."
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Hadn't watched this in a while; I chuckled again.
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Not that I'm enthused by VR nor with previous experiences with Google Cardboard, but... +The Guardian are giving away free Cardboards tomorrow it seems.
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Only 60 years!
Sixty years ago today, at 22:28:34 Moscow time, 4 October 1957, an R-7 rocket carrying Sputnik-1 launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome, and the age of space began.

58 centimeters across, carrying a 1-watt transmitter which sent steady beeps at 20.005 and 40.002MHz for the next three weeks, the little ball was Earth's first artificial companion.

Happy 60th birthday, Sputnik!
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