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“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” -A.W. Tozer
“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” -A.W. Tozer

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If you don't know +Peak Design Team, I've been following them (and buying all of their products like a crazy person) since their first +Kickstarter. Now they have a new Kickstarter planned for later this month and they have a giveaway planned. You should check it out!

http://swee.ps/GGBFBftSa
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I just started using a 2nd Gen Chromebook Pixel at work. I've never used a Pixel before. I love ChromeOS, but this device is really driving me nuts. The spacebar is completely unresponsive at the ends. It's responsiveness is fine about a half inch in on the spacebar but at the ends it isn't responsive at all.

Has anyone else seen this? Should I exchange it for another Pixel at the office or is there something I can do to increase the responsiveness of the space bar?
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You can fix that!
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Trade it in!

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Buckle up! "let regret de demain" is bottled, labeled and ready to spice things up?

#hotsauce #carolinareaper #trinidadscorpion #ouch #yum
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Bottled a new batch of #hotsauce this week. First time using Carolina Reapers and Trinidad Scorpions! Spoiler... It came out great!
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Hey All. I'd really like your opinions of how you use technology to engage with local businesses. Can you give me a hand?
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Hey Google+ Community. I'm working on a research project for my MBA program and I need some survey feedback. I doubt this will take 10 minutes. Can you help a brother out? It has to do with technology and how technology is used by B2Cs to engage with their patrons.

Also, RESHARE!
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My thoughts on smart watches after spending two plus years with the Huawei watch first generation.

I would say by in large I have thoroughly enjoyed my Huawei watch. After I got all the application notifications customize so only the notifications I truly care about are sent to my watch it is a hugely helpful device however after 2 years, though the battery is going strong at over a day with about 50% battery remaining, the display burn in from the always on analog clock is absolutely horrible. Everytime I look at my watch I am reminded that this is a tech device and not a high-quality timepiece. I spent around $300 on this device when it was brand new and for $300 I could go to MVMT and buy two extremely high-quality watches that would run perfectly for years and years. I have to say I will likely not buy another Smartwatch ever again because for this price I want to watch that will last me at least 5 years and I can barely stand to put it on anymore because of how ugly the screen looks.

I really wish some of these tech companies would partner with quality watch manufacturers to create high quality hybrid smart analog watches.
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who knows how to get the meta key to raise the menu? On my laptop it works just fine but on my PC it doesn't. What gives?

Anyone ever tried to get a monitor working through Displaylink on KDE Neon?

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Hey everyone. I have quite a pickle on my hands and I'd like the community's opinion on how to handle it.

I have been on KDE Neon for a while now and I really really love everything about it, but, and I know you knew that was coming, Wayland is killing me. Mostly because I do work from my computer and need to do screensharing from in video conferences and wayland can't screenshare individual windows. All my displays are viewed as a single display. This just isn't feasible. I can't work like this. I know the screensharing thing has been addressed before and the wayland team just says "that's the way it's supposed to work". I hate that response. Such a copout.

So, I've listed my choices, as I see them below. Let me know what you think is the best route. If i've left one off, please sound off in the comments.

PS: I also use Displaylink hub to get my third monitor connected to my system, but under Wayland that doesn't seem to work either.

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Dual boot KDE Neon and Ubuntu Gnome
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