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Virgin Media Business is looking for businesses that are changing the world:

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Are you ready for #Movember?

Let's help to change the face of men's health. #OKGoogle, show me barbershops nearby...

Remember to share your #Movember photographs throughout the month using the hashtag.
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Set reminders, and learn new things.

When a mother finds her daughter up to her elbows in bubbles, she quickly turns to the Google app to avoid drama. #OKGoogle Remind me to buy more shampoo → http://goo.gl/hPljKF

A young man is on a mission to make a Thai curry from scratch. When he realises he's a little out of his depth, he turns to the Google app for help. #OKGoogle What does lemongrass look like? → http://goo.gl/MDO1sO

Try the Google app on iOS and Android. Learn more → http://www.google.co.uk/search/about

#Google #Voice
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once upon a time, with +Rich Pleeth, +Alan Fayolle and +Robin Gadsby 
 
The story behind Sup app.

Robin, Alan and Rich knew that they wanted to create a business together ever since they first started working together, when Rich was their client as CMO at GetTaxi and previously Chrome Marketing at Google. We had some chats in (a lot of) bars which led to idea sessions where we came together on Rich’s balcony in Shoreditch with post it notes and wrote down all the problem solving ideas we could think of. We had some pretty wild ideas out there however one really seemed to stick with us. We are extremely social beings and feed off the energy of others, we all travel a lot and check in on Facebook regularly at airports or new cities we are in. The number of times a friend would message us either at an airport or a random city where we didn’t think we had any friends was remarkable but they would usually message between two hours to two days later and we’d have already had dinner or flown to the next city. 

People don’t like sharing their exact location constantly with friends, ultimately it enables stalking, you can see exactly where your friends are, if they’re together, what they are doing etc. The three of us decided we wanted to solve this problem, an app that alerts you if one of your friends come into your set perimeter starting at 20 metres to 2000 metres but not the exact location or which way they are directionally. Hence we came up with the radar function of the Sup app which removes the fear of ‘stalking’, you can see which friends are nearby but can’t actually see where they are exactly and you can only see up to 2000 metres. With privacy at the heart of the product we also wanted a ‘go dark’ feature which takes you off the grid, if you’re in meetings or just having a busy day we thought it would be handy and important. 

Following initial feedback from our beta testers, the overwhelming feedback was that they wanted a text chat function as well as the existing voice and Sup notifications. So it was back to the drawing board to see how we could implement chat, keeping the product beauty at the centre of everything.

That’s how the Sup app was born. We could not be more excited; as founders, alongside Alex Barton, our CTO to see what you think of Sup app.

www.supmenow.com
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DÍA LITÚRGICO: 
JUEVES XXIV DEL TIEMPO ORDINARIO


Texto del Evangelio (Lc 7,36-50): En aquel tiempo, un fariseo rogó a Jesús que comiera con él, y, entrando en la casa del fariseo, se puso a la mesa. Había en la ciudad una mujer pecadora pública, quien al saber que estaba comiendo en casa del fariseo, llevó un frasco de alabastro de perfume, y poniéndose detrás, a los pies de Jesús, comenzó a llorar, y con sus lágrimas le mojaba los pies y con los cabellos de su cabeza se los secaba; besaba sus pies y los ungía con el perfume. 

 Al verlo el fariseo que le había invitado, se decía para sí: «Si éste fuera profeta, sabría quién y qué clase de mujer es la que le está tocando, pues es una pecadora». Jesús le respondió: «Simón, tengo algo que decirte». Él dijo: «Dímelo, maestro». «Un acreedor tenía dos deudores: uno debía quinientos denarios y el otro cincuenta. Como no tenían para pagarle, perdonó a los dos. ¿Quién de ellos le amará más?». Respondió Simón: «Supongo que aquel a quien perdonó más». Él le dijo: «Has juzgado bien», y volviéndose hacia la mujer, dijo a Simón:       « ¿Ves a esta mujer? Entré en tu casa y no me diste agua para los pies. Ella, en cambio, ha mojado mis pies con lágrimas, y los ha secado con sus cabellos. No me diste el beso. Ella, desde que entró, no ha dejado de besarme los pies. No ungiste mi cabeza con aceite. Ella ha ungido mis pies con perfume. Por eso te digo que quedan perdonados sus muchos pecados, porque ha mostrado mucho amor. A quien poco se le perdona, poco amor muestra». 

 Y le dijo a ella: «Tus pecados quedan perdonados». Los comensales empezaron a decirse para sí: « ¿Quién es éste que hasta perdona los pecados?». Pero Él dijo a la mujer: «Tu fe te ha salvado. Vete en paz».

«A los pies de Jesús, comenzó a llorar»

Hoy, Simón fariseo, invita a comer a Jesús para llamar la atención de la gente. Era un acto de vanidad, pero el trato que dio a Jesús al recibirlo, no correspondió ni siquiera a lo más elemental.

 Mientras cenan, una pecadora pública hace un gran acto de humildad: «Poniéndose detrás, a los pies de Jesús, comenzó a llorar y con sus lágrimas le mojaba los pies y con los cabellos de su cabeza se los secaba; besaba sus pies y los ungía con el perfume» (Lc 7,38).

 El fariseo, en cambio, al recibir a Jesús no le dio el beso del saludo, agua para sus pies, toalla para secarlos, ni le ungió la cabeza con aceite. Además el fariseo piensa mal: «Si éste fuera profeta, sabría quién y qué clase de mujer es la que le está tocando, pues es una pecadora» (Lc 7,39). ¡De hecho, el que no sabía con quién trataba era el fariseo!

 El Papa Francisco ha insistido mucho en la importancia de acercarse a los enfermos y así “tocar la carne de Cristo”. Al canonizar a santa Guadalupe García, Francisco dijo: «Renunciar a una vida cómoda para seguir la llamada de Jesús; amar la pobreza, para poder amar más a los pobres, enfermos y abandonados, para servirles con ternura y compasión: esto se llama “tocar la carne de Cristo”. Los pobres, abandonados, enfermos y los marginados son la carne de Cristo». Jesús tocaba a los enfermos y se dejaba tocar por ellos y los pecadores. 

 La pecadora del Evangelio tocó a Jesús y Él estaba feliz viendo cómo se transformaba su corazón. Por eso le regaló la paz recompensando su fe valiente. —Tú, amigo, ¿te acercas con amor para tocar la carne de Cristo en tantos que pasan junto a ti y te necesitan? Si sabes hacerlo, tu recompensa será la paz con Dios, con los demás y contigo mismo.
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Watch what happens next...

#OKGoogle , what is French for "epic fail"? →  http://youtu.be/ahCMrw7duo4

Try the Google app on iOS and Android. Learn more → http://www.google.co.uk/search/about

#Search   #Voice   #Google  
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Youtubing "chicken yodel" may permanently affect your outlook on life, fusion and free-range lederhosen.
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New #OkGoogle film: "Shampoo drama".
Thanks +Google UK and +72andSunny for preparing me to the joys of parenthood :)
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Nice doodle today, showing the story behind the building of Saint Paul's. #london #architecture
 
Celebrating a famous British architect.

Today our #GoogleDoodle  celebrates the life and work of Sir Christopher Wren, a famous architect perhaps best known for designing St Paul's Cathedral.

Wren was responsible for designing more than 50 churches following the Great Fire of London in 1666.

Read more about St Paul's and see paintings from the past on the +Google Cultural Institute→ http://goo.gl/Xtg2IM

#Doodle #Wren #Architecture  
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