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Lars Fosdal
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Why I love Google phones. My Nexus 6P keep getting new Android versions OTA as they become available.
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FYI: Google+ is getting a much improved search.
Google beefs up the search in Google+! After some six years, they are finally adding keywords which let you focus your search, just like you expect from a search company :)

Make sure you expand the Advanced Search link in the support page to see the options, as there are many powerful options to choose from.

In the summary below, note that an id can be the number or character sequence that is unique to a profile, community or collection:

from: <me | name | profile id>

has: <attachment | video | photo | doc | slides | spreadsheet | poll>

before: 2015/3/14
after: 2014-03-14

commenter: <me | profile id>

mention: <me | profile id>

in: <community | collection | community id | collection id>

community: <community id>

collection: <collection id>

And of course you can use AND, OR and NOT:

from:google AND from:cloud
from:google from:home has:video
has:doc OR has:ppt OR has:spreadsheet
from:116899029375914044550 NOT has:attachment
from:"Google Cloud" -has:attachment

https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1669519

Via +Gideon Rosenblatt

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Google beefs up the search in Google+! After some six years, they are finally adding keywords which let you focus your search, just like you expect from a search company :)

Make sure you expand the Advanced Search link in the support page to see the options, as there are many powerful options to choose from.

In the summary below, note that an id can be the number or character sequence that is unique to a profile, community or collection:

from: <me | name | profile id>

has: <attachment | video | photo | doc | slides | spreadsheet | poll>

before: 2015/3/14
after: 2014-03-14

commenter: <me | profile id>

mention: <me | profile id>

in: <community | collection | community id | collection id>

community: <community id>

collection: <collection id>

And of course you can use AND, OR and NOT:

from:google AND from:cloud
from:google from:home has:video
has:doc OR has:ppt OR has:spreadsheet
from:116899029375914044550 NOT has:attachment
from:"Google Cloud" -has:attachment

https://support.google.com/plus/answer/1669519

Via +Gideon Rosenblatt

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One of the better point by point climate change "discussions" by Veritasium, goes through a number of the myths and points of argument, explaining what the current theories and observations are.

Fun little bug: If I go into the PvP menu at upstairs at Camp Clinton, play a round of Last Stand, then leave the Last Stand roster before the next round starts, I do not end up at Clinton where I entered, but end up in the Terminal area instead. No biggie, but a little surprising.

Noob question:
Is there a cleaner way to insert a JsonRPC request handler into a TWebModule?
Note - Insert as an action in code, and not at design time.

procedure TWebModule1.WebModule1DefaultHandlerAction(Sender: TObject;
Request: TWebRequest; Response: TWebResponse; var Handled: Boolean);
begin
if (Request.MethodType = mtPost) and (Request.ContentType = 'application/json') and (Request.PathInfo = '/')
then begin
JsonRPC.Invoke(Sender, Request, Response, Handled);
end
else begin
Response.Content := {"",""}
'<html>' +
'<head><title>Nothing to see</title></head>' +
'<body>Move along</body>' +
'</html>';
end;
end;

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Why you don't put Christmas lights on palm trees.

/facepalm /snicker

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The Art of Norwegian Nature

via +Louise Burrows
In Green Company: Aurora over Norway
Image Credit & Copyright: Max Rive
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap171210.html

Raise your arms if you see an aurora. With those instructions, two nights went by with, well, clouds -- mostly. On the third night of returning to same peaks, though, the sky not only cleared up but lit up with a spectacular auroral display. Arms went high in the air, patience and experience paid off, and the creative featured image was captured as a composite from three separate exposures. The setting is a summit of the Austnesfjorden fjord close to the town of Svolvear on the Lofoten islands in northern Norway. The time was early 2014. Although our Sun is nearing Solar Minimum and hence showing relatively little surface activity, holes in the upper corona have provided some nice auroral displays over the last few months.
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The dangers of Virtual Reality - such as leaning onto a pool table that really isn't there.
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