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Wow, this is a giant free flow intersection in Ethiopia. I can't imagine being a pedestrian!
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My colleagues wrote about Apple ads yesterday. So when I stumbled across these HBO Go ads, I thought that you, dear TechCrunch readers, also deserve to see..
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Eggs...#geek
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Uh oh. Another week, another awesome Android game!
 
BGEE for Android has shipped!  Come check it out
The dawn is especially cruel this morning...For as long as you can remember...
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Have you tried The Walking Dead? It's one of the best tablet games if you enjoy a story. Controls work really well on the tablet.
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Snake won the battle; centipede won the war.
A group of researchers stumbled upon a grisly scene during a field study in Macedonia last year: a dead nose-horned viper with a centipede's head sticking out of its ruptured ab...
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If you own a Mac or iPhone you're gonna wanna install this update ASAP.
Flaw makes it possible for attackers to bypass some HTTPS protections.
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I just tried this and it totally works! Definitely one of the coolest things I've seen in a while.
 
Easy HTML5 parallax images!

Depthy (http://bit.ly/Depthy) is pretty darn amazing - it extract depth map info from photos made with Google Camera's Lens Blur and generates a smooth HTML5-based accelerometer driven parallax image from it. So easy! And with mobile support too! Are the days of static images finally numbered? :)

The source code is also online on GitHub (http://bit.ly/1hkNiRD). Amazing project and great job +Rafał Lindemann!

#parallax   #html5   #googlecamera   #google   #interactive  
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How many programmers does it take to change a light bulb? #LoL  
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Some great changes in this release. Hooray for smaller apps by default!
 
AngularDart just got even better: You no longer need to include @MirrorsUsed in your code to limit the size of dart2js output.

In addition to being easier to deploy and having a truly awesome codename (http://translate.google.com/#auto/en/ostemad), this version of AngularDart represents some very impressive work by numerous people -- and a few of my own hacks. Very cool to see this getting into the hands of more people!  #dartlang   #angulardart  
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  • Burmis Studio
    Software Developer, 2007 - present
  • Yardstick Software
    VP, Product Development, 2012 - 2013
  • Pason Systems
    Software Developer, 2003 - 2007
  • Nortel Networks
    2000 - 2001
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Ruby and JavaScript programmer, sometimes photographer
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I'm a programmer and photographer.

I definitely belong in your Nerd circle if you have one.

I own Burmis Studio, and am one of the organizers of YEGRB, the Edmonton Ruby Meetup.
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If I had a super power it would be to create impossible stains.
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These HBO Go Ads Are Hilarious | TechCrunch
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My colleagues wrote about Apple ads yesterday. So when I stumbled across these HBO Go ads, I thought that, you, dear TechCrunch readers, als

The Walking Dead: Season One
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Spiele als Lee Everett, ein verurteilter Verbrecher, der in einer von Untoten verwüsteten Welt eine zweite Chance erhält. Nimm an den Ereign

Google Camera
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Google Camera snaps quick and easy photos and videos, and has creative picture modes like Photo Sphere, Lens Blur and Panorama.Features • Ph

Fair elections act: 7 things you may not know
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Most of the debate about the changes the government wants to make to how Canadians vote and run elections has centred around vouching. But t

Civilization: Beyond Earth announced, ready to colonize this fall
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The finest quality video game news, criticism, streaming and podcasting, made the old-fashioned way.

Frozen (2013)
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In "Frozen," fearless optimist Anna teams up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven in an epic journey, encountering

LastPass and the Heartbleed Bug
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With news breaking on Monday, April 7th that the Heartbleed bug causes a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, which is used b

15 games worth playing on Amazon’s Fire TV [Updated]
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Plus news of new designer hires at Amazon Game Studios.

Science and (and IMDB) show that “Darmok” is not a bad Star Trek: TNG ep...
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Peter Bright's proclamation that "DARMOK = S**TMOK" proven false.

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Over 150 million users love Instagram! It's a simple way to capture and share the world's moments on your Android. Customize your photos and

Gay Firefox developers boycott Mozilla to protest CEO hire
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Brendan Eich's Prop 8 donations come to light, and internal response is mixed.

The Ars staff picks our least-favorite Star Trek: The Next Generation ep...
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Turns out Trek isn't like pizza—when it's bad, it's just really really bad.

Google Glass Diaries offer sneak peek into lives of others - Your Community
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More Stories under Community. Google Glass Diaries offer sneak peek into lives of othersMar 19, 2014 1:38 PM ET — Since Google Glass was rel

Two Curious Tree-Kangaroo Joeys Explore Caretaker's House, Eat Spaghetti...
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Two rescued tree-kangaroo joeys named Anneli and Kimberley have a wonderful time exploring the home of their caretaker, Margit Cianelli, eat

The Room
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Welcome to The Room, a physical puzzler, wrapped in a mystery game, inside a beautifully tactile 3D world.***************** Praise for The R

Google Now Launcher
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Upgrade the launcher on your device to make Google Now one swipe away. From your primary home screen, swipe right to access Google Now cards

Wifi Analyzer
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Turns your android phone into a Wi-Fi analyzer!! Shows the Wi-Fi channels around you. Helps you to find a less crowded channel for your wire

Duolingo
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Learn a language while helping to translate the web.

Duolingo: Learn Languages Free
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Learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, and English. Totally fun and 100% free.• Google Play's "Best of the Best" 2013.• "Among

Division Cell
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"...a thoroughly absorbing brain-tickling..." - creativebloq.com "Division Cell (from Hyperspace Yard) is the game that was created to cater

Great place for trimming nails
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Pricey pizza but very tasty! We eat here all the time. If you're downtown, I suggest ordering from this location as we've been disappointed by the Kingsway one (hair in our pizza!), but have never had any issues with the Strathcona location.
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Fresh tasty Thai. A little pricey but very good. They can be slow with large orders or on nights when the kitchen is busy. Don't go if you're starving and need a quick meal.
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Very helpful staff. I have not been to the store itself, but have called to ask questions about the items in their catalog. The sales woman who answered was very knowledgeable, and helped me track down an artist who's art was featured, even though the don't carry the work shown.
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I was really impressed by these guys. Would use them again. I had them out to install my new Nest thermostat, as I was hoping to use it with our humidifier. Boy was I glad I called! The service person arrived on time, and stayed for the window scheduled. He knew what he was doing, and had obviously installed the Nest before as he walked me through all the potential gotchas and costs before getting started. After discussing, we decided it wasn't worth the $400-500 to run wires and setup the humidity control, even though he would've made more money doing so. He stayed until it was installed, connected to the internet, and working the way I needed. Another nice note about the service person was that he removed his shoes in the house without being asked. You'd be surprised how many service people don't do that!
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Local gallery with great Edmonton works
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