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Wow, it's been a long time since I have posted here. Google Plus is a ghost town. I am surprised Google hasn't shut it down by now.
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G+ is slowly abandoned by Google, as I read on official page! So, to be fair, I'm sorry that Google do it (abandon), because it is more "specific" or better say more "silent" place of meeting! FaceBook are too time consumpting  that will "eat" your time more than need!
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Ah yes, the 1980's and one of my first serious crushes comes rushing back!! :-)

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Just how much tea do British people drink anyway?
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Not enough space for your iPhone upgrading to iOS 8? Don't worry. This article will show you some useful tips and tricks to get this issue solved in minutes.
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Facebook labels Onion articles as "satire". The Onion responds in typical classic Onion fashion.
DOYLESTOWN, PA—Describing him as frequently frustrated and overwhelmed, sources confirmed Monday that local Facebook user Michael Huffman is incredibly stupid.
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When will Portal be available for the iPhone?

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No specific date yet but we'll get it out as soon as we can. It'll include a lot of the feedback we're getting now too.
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What the hell is wrong with all you people? Compared to the travesties of Episodes 1-3 (Jar Jar Binks anyone?), this is finally Star Wars as it was meant to be. And all you guys can bitch about is the black stormtrooper and the light sabre? Jesus. Come on. This movie has the potential to be fucking great.

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Mark O'Neill is a freelance journalist, and the former managing editor of MakeUseOf.com (2007-2013). He is now a contributing writer to MakeUseOf, Small Business Trends, & a copywriter for Quiet Light Brokerage.

He has written in the past for GeeksAreSexy, NowSourcing, SearchEngineNews, Google Tutor, AuctionBytes, and PC World, amongst others.
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  • Small Business Trends
    Recommendations Editor, 2014 - 2015
  • Quiet Light Brokerage
    Copywriter, 2012 - present
  • MakeUseOf
    Managing & Publishing Editor, 2006 - 2012
  • MakeUseOf
    Contributing Writer, 2012 - present
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When I upgraded to Windows 8 64-bit a few months back, a strange thing happened. The thumbnails for all of my PDF files disappeared. Normall

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In the last issue, EcommerceBytes contributor Mark O'Neill discussed the benefits of link shortening services. Today, he explains how to set

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A five-year-old boy ran up a £1,700 bill on his parents' iPad in just ten minutes.

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There are few places on Earth I could imagine wanting to spend time less than a remote island populated solely by hundreds of hardcore users

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I suffer from a lot of back pain, and this pain has made its way to my chest. I needed to see an orthopedist, and I was immediately referred to OrthoMainfranken, as they came highly recommended. When I arrived, I could see why they were so highly regarded. They are highly trained professionals, who are also extremely friendly. They have excellent English-speaking doctors, and all throughout the hour I was there, I was looked after very well, all my questions were answered patiently, and some of the female assistants are just....wow, knock-out good looking! If you have any muscular pain, and you are in Würzburg, OrthoMainfranken is the place to go.
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I recently had the misfortune of my rather expensive Macbook Air malfunctioning. Since I need it for work, I thought I was screwed, since I can't afford a replacement laptop. The local Apple repair shop are total idiots who don't know a Mac from an iPhone. So it was with some trepidation that I went to the newly opened TronicSpot. They saved my life, and my laptop! It's just two guys, one a Windows expert and the other a Mac expert. But they are absolute miracle workers. They quickly identified the problem, ordered the spare part, and even better, completed the repairs a day ahead of schedule!! And their rates are very reasonable. I was expecting to pay at least three times as much as I was actually charged. If you have a broken iOS device or Mac OS X, then these are the guys to go to, if you are in Würzburg. Take it from me, a guy notoriously difficult to please. I walked out of their office with a huge smile on my face.
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reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lecker pizza!
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
I went to the Lämmle twice with my parents during the summer, but I have to say that, for the prices they charge, the food is nothing to rave about. In fact, I was a bit disappointed in it. Two things in their favour though. The waitresses are lovely and are happy and willing to speak English (which pleased my parents, whose German is not great), and they were also extremely nice to my dog, who was allowed inside the restaurant, and was even given a bowl of water. But the food....meh. The choices were rather uninspiring, and I ended up having to choose a schnitzel (again). I have nothing against eating schnitzel, but a choice would have been nice. But the Lämmle must be doing something right, as they are always packed full outside. Maybe it is just their close proximity to the centre of town, or maybe they see something in the food that I can't.
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reviewed 2 years ago
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Doctor Schubert is a wonderful doctor who is extremely professional, and speaks good English. If you have any dermatological needs in Würzburg, she is the one and ONLY doctor to go to. Take my word for it.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Dr Beck is an OUTSTANDING neurologist. The best neurologist in Würzburg. If you have any problems in that area, he is the man to go to. Speaks very good English and is a complete professional at all times.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This is one of my favourite restaurants without a doubt. The food is simply divine and the atmosphere is relaxing (albeit it a bit small and therefore busy). What is unique about La Rosa is that there are no menus (although there is one outside by the front door, as required by law). Mariella, the lovely waitress, has all the offerings in her memory and she recites them to every customer! I highly recommend the minced beef rolled up in pasta (as a starter) and the ravioli with ruccola and pesto as the main course. If you can manage a dessert, then of course it goes without saying that the tirimasu is the one to go for. If Italian food is your thing, then a trip to La Rosa in Kitzingen is in order. Highly recommended.
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