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Luke Bornheimer
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Google Ventures is a radically different kind of venture-capital fund. The Google Ventures hands-on teams work with portfolio companies full-time on design, recruiting, marketing, and engineering. Goo...
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I loved this article, as it is fun working with creative people. My mind doesn't always work like that, and I'm fascinated by how some see and think about things. Thanks for the great article!

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Fantastic piece on how Steve Jobs operated meetings effectively and how you can use the same tactics to keep creativity high and groupthink low in meetings and project groups.
This is our second excerpt from Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success by Ken Segall, a close collaborator with Jobs for over a decade. To read the first, on how the iMac was almos...
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Giving this site a try. You tell it types of clothes you like, your size (pants and shirt) and then they send you one item of clothing month that you can return if you don't like it. Seems like a no-brainer for me to try. Emily was hoping there was a women's version, but alas there isn't (yet). #clothing #clothingcompanies #500strong #500startups
Get fashionable, female-approved clothes delivered every month.
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+Lawrence Lui Ya, I tend to be the same, but they ask for all your measurements and I feel very confident that the size will be a fit. The example shirt they sent me also looks really nice, so I'm fairly confident they'll pick some nice (and unique) stuff for me.

I'm trying it out because I tend to either (a) not buy new stuff because I don't know what to buy, or (b) buy stuff that all looks the same because I don't have great fashion sense. This service could address both of those issues for me which would be ideal.

The worst that could happen is that you order it, don't like it, return it and get your money back. Practically painless, as I see it.

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For those really passionate about local, sustainable food and farming, Local Food Lab looks like a fantastic new incubator for you. #incubator #localfood #sustainable #sustainableliving #sustainabilty #sustainablefarming
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I particularly liked Graham's 'Product Development' section.
May 2005 (This essay is derived from a talk at the Berkeley CSUA.) The three big powers on the Internet now are Yahoo, Google, and Microsoft. Average age of their founders: 24. So it is pretty well es...
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It's good because it highlights the fact that it's not all fun and games (i.e. you will likely be a key sales & customer service contact, if not the only contact, and this is not a whole lot fun). This makes you think genuinely about your idea: do you believe in your product or service enough where you could passionately pitch it yourself?

Thanks for sharing.
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Number 9 is one that I haven't heard. Love that one the best out of all of them. Thanks for sharing! Great article.

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Great, quick read. TL;dr Ask yourself these two questions:
1) What is the the one thing that if I stopped doing right now, would have the greatest positive impact on my life?
2) What is the one thing that if I started doing right now, would have the great positive impact on my life?
“Musicians must make music, artists must paint, poets must write if they are to be ultimately at peace with themselves. What human beings can be, they must be. They must be true to their own nature. T...
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Photography experts and/or fanatics,

Here are two questions that are really racking my brain and for which I would love some suggestions, input and/or links to products:

1) "Is there a device that allows you to sync photos from a digital camera to an iOS device via Bluetooth or wifi?" qr.ae/RaiCi

2) "Is there a digital camera that syncs photos to your phone, tablet and/or computer via Bluetooth or wifi?" qr.ae/Rai21

Feel free to answer in the comments of this post or directly on Quora, whichever you prefer. Also, please +mention folks you think may be interested and/or have input. Cheers! #photography #digitalphotography #technology
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It's cool to see the community answering for us. Makes my job easier :-)
+Jeffrey Young -- the battery drain totally depends on several factors: If you have Eye-Fi Direct enabled, and you have it set, to, say, 2 minutes, if it's not connecting to an existing Wi-Fi SSID, it'll spawn the Wi-Fi hotspot (secured via WPA2) for 2 minutes. That, over and over again -- will have an impact on your battery.

But if you let Eye-Fi Direct only spawn the network for 30 seconds, most Android phones/tablets and iOS devices will not scan the air often enough, to connect. So you need to consider the options, and compromise.

With photography -- it's ALWAYS about compromise. Take it from a pro. You need to decide what is OK to compromise on, and what is not. You may need to carry an extra battery.

Typically, the card only draws 10% more of the card slot, when it's uploading, and the card slot is minimal, compared to the overall camera power draw.

+Jared Irons - we're trying to improve the out of box experience. I agree that it needs work. It's all about continuous improvement. You may think that it's the easiest OOBE, and others may not. Depends on factors such as Wi-Fi security, firewalls, OS's, etc... We try to optimize for the mass consumer, since our stuff sells at Wal-Mart and Target, but can't always get it right...

+Luke Bornheimer -- you'll be happy to know that we use Google's servers to do our geolocation lookups :-)
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Freelance mobile UX/UI designer
Employment
  • Self
    Freelance mobile UX/UI designer, 2012 - present
  • Google
    Associate, Google Apps, 2010 - 2012
  • The Hanover Insurance Group
    Intern, IT Security, 2009 - 2009
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Mobile UX/UI designer specializing in iOS apps
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"Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication"—Leonardo da Vinci

I'm a freelance mobile UX/UI designer specializing in iPhone and iPad apps and passionate about all things mobile. Have a project you need a designer for? Contact me.
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  • Bryant University
    Business (Finance), 2006 - 2010
  • The Forman School
    High School, 2002 - 2006
  • Graham & Parks Elementary School
    1994 - 2002
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