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We're getting a little logo love today too. Hope you like it! g.co/evolve
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We’ve changed a lot over the last 17 years, and today we’re changing things up again... g.co/evolve
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How good is Tesla's Model S P85D? Insanely good, says Consumer Reports, with the electric sedan performing better than any other car the magazine has reviewed and breaking its rating system in the...
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Racing Extinction may be our last best hope to stop the 6th mass extinction
I am delighted to be involved with this important documentary. Racing Extinction is currently playing select screenings before hitting theaters this fall, and will be released in an unprecedented global broadcast event on the Discovery Channel later this year. #racingextinction   #extinction   #conservation   #wildlife  
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A blend of pineapple, carrot, apple and orange. Starting the morning right. 
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+NHL ​Rvalries Throughout the Years.
Forget best team, best player, and all of that. If you want to pass down some hardware in hockey, you need to focus on the lifeblood of the sport: rivalries.
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Awesome tribute to the now former 998th  Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, Jon Snow.

From his origins teaching Bran how to fine-tune his archery skills right up to his grisly betrayal. 
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The +New York Mets 2016  Payroll As of Right Now

Here's a look at the Mets' Multi-Year breakdown of their payroll:
http://www.spotrac.com/mlb/new-york-mets/yearly/payroll/ 

Here's a look at Mets' Positional Spending:
http://www.spotrac.com/mlb/new-york-mets/positional/ 

The Mets still owes money to the likes of Carlos Beltrán, Bobby Bonilla, and Bret Saberghagen. Let's not even get into that topic. 

For MLB team that Forbes magazine valued the club at $1.35 billion in March, 2015. They have enough room to sign Yoenis Céspedes. 

I's been a great season, We're inching closer to the postseason. So let's enjoy the ride as it might be a difficult winter after all with the Wilponzis. 
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Nothing like motivation for our +New York Mets 

Let's keep the locomotive moving forward! #LGM   #Mets  
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Disclaimer: back when he signed with the Nats I was kind of bummed the +New York Mets​ didn't get Werth as I thought he'd be great in RF. I was obviously wrong ... He's washed up a and Grandy is killing it.
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Google published a paper today about the evolution of our networking infrastructure over the past decade. I've gotten to be quite intimate with these systems, thanks to spending much of that time working on our search and storage infrastructure, and the differences are profound, to say the least.

The article quotes +Amin Vahdat as describing what life was like in the earlier era: "there were painful tradeoffs with careful data locality and placement of servers connected to the same top of rack switch versus correlated failures caused by a single switch failure." I cannot begin to describe the pain in the ass that this was: our high-capacity search stack (the part I was responsible for) was by far the most aggressive user of the network, and each cluster's deployment had to be carefully planned on a per-rack basis, to manage our use of bandwidth within and across racks, and to optimize for survivability in case a single rack switch failed.

To give you a sense of the PITA: (this will make sense only to computer scientists) I wrote our standard implementation of simulated annealing... because I needed it for the software that would figure out which tasks to put on which machines.

And even with those amazing systems, we could knock clusters over in a moment. To do a full restart of a search cluster (reading the index from in-datacenter storage from scratch) in less than 48 hours required shutting down all other jobs in the datacenter, because it would use up all of the internal bandwidth. 

If you ever wondered why search over giant corpora is a hard business...

Cross-datacenter networking remains a hard problem, even with these advances, because while long-haul bandwidth has grown tremendously over the years, storage capacity has grown even faster. This is why a good mental analogue for the design of planet-scale storage systems is freight logistics: even with 747's crossing the globe, warehouses are still much bigger. 

I obviously can't tell all the stories, but these papers are a remarkable chance to see what the cutting edge of networking infrastructure actually looks like. Those who are interested in such matters, enjoy!
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Android Enthusiast, Pizza Expert, Tech Geek, Your Average Guy. 

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HP Chromebook 14 (2014)

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Nexus 6 32GB - Cloud White - Android 5.0.1 Lollipop

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Nexus 7 2013 32GB - Black - Android 5.0.2 Lollipop

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Survived High School.
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High Point, North Carolina
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Loved the deli-styled cooked food by the dairy section. The food tastes great. Overall a clean supermarket with a friendly staff. Besides, my family owns the business.
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Very pleased with the Caribbean dishes and everyone is very friendly.
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I've never had a bad experience when servicing my car as of yet. The waiting area is great with the show room right next to it and free Wi-Fi in case you need to get some work done while waiting.
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A new Italian restaurant in the area. The service was excellent. The pasta is perfectly cooked al dente, in short, the food is amazing. Everything is fresh. Highly recommend.
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If it's cake you're looking for, this place is superb!!
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Get there early or you'll be on a 20-25 minute wait. Food has always been good. The service is adequate. Can't ask for too much. Always a good way to start off your day.
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