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@U2 Chat: 20th Anniversary Today!
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SEO circa 1999/2000. (As discovered in my Yahoo account last night.)
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Nice find.  Those Y! listings use to provide so much traffic.  
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Perfect. #GoHawks  
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Apparently the Hawks have fans in New Mexico; maybe they'll make a road trip to Arizona. 
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Journalism is a noble profession, they said.
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Exclusive photo: Android’s secret, sweet plan to crush iOS.
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+Matt McGee , off topic, I am reposting this news on my blog (http://glassalmanac.com/google-glass-demos-just-got-lot-easier-thanks-chromecast/4941/)

Would you mind if I use a photo from that post?
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The folks at Android Police found a couple interesting things buried in the code of the latest MyGlass app release.
Google Glass software updates often include hidden goodies that offer a preview of future features, and the folks at Android Police often find those goodies long before Google says anything about them. That’s the case with last week’s XE 22.0 / MyGlass 3.3 update. Android Police did its usual job of digging through the MyGlass [...]
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If Words With Friends says it, I accept it. #bae  
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Yes it happen to about thise shotscreem time after time i use Speed daily to search my emails,If anyone could help me please???mybe is google ad do that to me,or setting??
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This is hysterical!

"So Russell went to the sidelines, watched some film, ate his Wheaties, kissed the pure white dove that descended from the heavens as the clouds parted and perched on his right shoulder, looked at his hand as the code in the matrix was revealed to him and then descended on the Green Bay Packers like a plague of rats."
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It's not that Glass is dead ... it's just that the existing version is likely to get a serious overhaul, and Google wants to do it out of the public's eye. So the "open beta" of the Explorer program is coming to an end, and Google's done selling this version of Glass.
Current device won't be sold after next week as Google promises future versions "when they're ready."
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We can't even.
You really haven’t lived until you’ve seen Junior, a French Bulldog, singing along in the car to “With Or Without You.” Just like we all do. Thanks to @2PugsinaPod for pointing us toward the video (from the dog with its own Twitter account). The internet is the best. Share on Tumblr
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Every day is a day for giving thanks, but today I'm especially thankful

... that my mom's surgery went well yesterday and she's getting good care in the hospital

... that my dad is getting stronger after his fall and may be able to go home in a week or so

... that my sisters are back in PA taking great care of them and keeping me updated

... and that I have an amazing family and network of friends supporting and praying for my parents during the past couple weeks.

God bless you all, I love you so much.
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Gratitude is a wonderful healthy emotion. Happy to hear your Mom is doing well. Thanks-giving!!! ;) +Matt McGee from +Sandy Guerriere & Team +Rochester Optical 
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Hotels should offer a service where they text you when housecleaning is done with your room.
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Or how about even just letting you know when your room will be ready? http://skift.com/2014/11/12/checkmate-gives-hotels-a-new-way-to-connect-with-guests-before-arrival/
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Editor-In-Chief at MarketingLand.com and SearchEngineLand.com. Husband and father. U2 fan. Google Glass Explorer and creator of GlassAlmanac.com. Founder of www.atu2.com, author of 2008 book U2 - A Diary.
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  • SearchEngineLand.com
    Editor-In-Chief, 2013 - present
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    Editor-In-Chief, 2013 - present
  • MarketingLand.com
    Executive News Editor, 2011 - 2012
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    Executive News Editor, 2011 - 2012
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Several great burger options. Very nice atmosphere. Fries are a bit plain, but the onion rings are to die for. Absolutely perfect.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Good meal with big servings (I had the Pasta Pomodoro with chicken) and a nice atmosphere. Didn't have any trouble with service like a couple other reviewers have mentioned. Don't live around here but would gladly come back on my next visit.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
We had the deluxe ocean front room (building 6) with king bed. Lots of space in the room with the most amazing ocean view possible. Wish they had a little more desk space for computer use and really wish they had a screen door for the balcony, but have to give it 5-stars. Would happily stay here again and again and again.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Great view if you're sitting near the windows. The food was beyond compare - some of the best steak I've ever had, and excellent dessert, too. Great service. It's really expensive, but you know that going in with Ruth's Chris.
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Good breakfast food at a great price! Nice to find a place where you don't have the break the bank for a meal. Had a very real/local atmosphere.
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reviewed 5 years ago
Great view. Food was really good, though my serving was smaller than I expected. Service was good, not great.
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