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A few years ago my wife and I got a rosebush that I considered to be a "Yahoo" rosebush. It was some sort of hybrid that had yellow and purple flowers, which are the Yahoo colors. The purple blooms have faded away, but the yellow flowers are flourishing. I'm happy to see Yahoo flourishing in several ways too, from redoing their search contract with Microsoft to sponsoring the show Community. I'm all for more competition in the Internet space, and I think Marissa Mayer is doing a great job at Yahoo to foster that competition.
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I recorded a podcast episode with +Kevin Kelly and +Mark Frauenfelder about some tools that I really like. You can see other episodes of the Cool Tools podcast at http://kk.org/cooltools/archives/category/podcast-2 , and Kevin Kelly's Cool Tools site is just great in general: http://kk.org/cooltools/ . Check it out!
Our guest this week, Matt Cutts, is a well-known blogger and the head of the Web Spam team at Google.  For more recommendations from Matt be sure to check out his personal blog. Show Notes: Subscribe to the Cool Tools…
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dat is heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel leuk
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Saturday flowers.
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Come hear me talk this Thursday in North Carolina!

Do you live near Chapel HIll or Raleigh-Durham? I'm doing a free talk at UNC-Chapel Hill this Thursday. I'll tell some stories from the early days of Google, and we should have time for general questions at the end. Register at the link below! Please share with anyone that might be interested--even Duke folks. :)
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I was looking for an excuse to try Go, so I wrote a short image filter to do a mosaic effect.
A few months ago I saw a cool mosaic effect in a Wired ad for CA Technologies. Here's what part of the ad looked like: I liked the ad, so I wondered how they did it. Can you see out how to create a...
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Reading this article on The Verge.
What is "Goliath" and why are Hollywood’s most powerful lawyers working to kill it? In dozens of recently leaked emails from the Sony hack, lawyers from the MPAA and six major studios talk about...
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+Damen Choy By the timing of quality Use an appropriate understanding off the question by an intersection interjection that will vector anything you want this to be part of that what you asked
(FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE!)
Hope this helps
What it means is Just find the right question to ask & of that you will have answered yours
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Monday night burritos!
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agggggggg mmmmmmmmmmmmmm..
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You can now sign up and use Google Domains in the US with no invite! The service is clean and has several neat features like support for dynamic DNS. I've also been impressed with how the team listens to feedback and responds. Check out the service!

And if you're outside the US, you can sign up for when Google Domains is available in more countries.
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another google's world domaination tool, fuck google !
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Cool beans.
 
I made a thing! Find your Twitter contacts' personal RSS feeds. Import them into your favorite feed reader.
Tweeps 2 OPML. Get the RSS feeds of all of my Twitter friends. This tool will find all of the RSS feeds that your Twitter friends provide and put them all into a single OPML file that you can then import into NewsBlur, The Old Reader, Feedly, Digg, etc. Start by clicking this button: ...
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+Michael Johnston sounds great, I will take a deep look to your blog post.
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Woohoo! Google Drive now supports open document formats!
 
We’ve been listening to your feedback, and we’re happy to say that we now offer support for importing all three major ODF (Open) file formats: .odt files for documents, .ods for spreadsheets, and .odp for presentations. http://goo.gl/P8T2Oz

Not only that, but we’re wrapping up the year with a few more Office-friendly improvements: we support more complex SmartArt from older Powerpoint presentations, and last week’s updates are also now import/export friendly, with support for merged cells in Word and slide numbers in Powerpoint.
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Donate to the EFF and I'll help match the donation!

The EFF recently started their year-end "Power Up" fundraising campaign. If you donate now, I'll help match the donation. I'd be delighted if you made me give more money to the EFF. :)

The EFF does phenomenal work to protect the net. Why not join me in doing a small (or medium, or large) donation to say thanks and to help protect the net in the future?

P.S. Please reshare so other people hear about the EFF Power Up campaign!
Donate to EFF and defend digital rights!
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I'm the head of the webspam team at Google. That means that if you type your name into Google and get porn back, it's my fault. Unless you're a porn star, in which case porn is a completely reasonable response.
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A nice cafe with a friendly owner. I got a muffin and a water and camped. I heard Nina greeting people--she clearly knows many of her visitors. Free wifi and when I visited on Sunday, several different newspapers (including the Wall St Journal) set out for free browsing.
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