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Matteo Doni
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Happy Saturday from a snoozing Wobbles! #cat #caturday #wobbles #ginger
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Your welcome Matter, I come from the other side of Edinburgh. 
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I love the selective focus feature on the Samsung S5. #samsung #s5
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GSMArena's head-to-head between the S5 and M8 is live.
In every area the S5's camera comes out ahead.
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Sorry, but this did make me laugh.
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Upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr. #upgrade #ubuntu #linux   #trustytahr  
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+Omer Tene  and +Jules Polonetsky  wrote a theory of creepy. Here is what I had to say about the word "creepy" in my book Public Parts

The worst definition of privacy, the one I also hear quite often at privacy conferences and in conversations, is contained in one word: “creepy.” Internet applications or ad tracking or RFID chips are called creepy. Google puts its Street View camera on a bike to take it to places cars can’t go, and that’s creepy.24 Almost every discussion of facial recognition software ends with “creepy.”25 In one of his all-too-quotable quotes, Google’s Eric Schmidt says the company’s “policy on a lot of things is to get right up to the creepy line and not cross it.”26 That itself was called creepy. When I hear “creepy,” I’ve taken to stopping the conversation and asking the person who uses it to define the word, the context, and the harm. Shrugs ensue. “I don’t know. I just don’t like it. It’s . . . ​it’s creepy.” It is an emotional response to the unknown, to what could happen. Though we’ve seen that privacy is often about feelings and fears, emotion alone is not the proper basis for regulation of new technologies and industries and speech.
If businesses knew what "creepy" was, they would surely steer clear of privacy snafus and consumer backlash.
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RyanAir introduce new measures to tackle bad behaviour on their flights.
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Nice one Matteo, let the plane land first lol.
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  • Skyscanner
    Test Engineer, 2013 - present
    I break mobile apps and then file bug reports. :-)
  • Tesco
    Tech Support, 2013
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I'm a geek at heart, interested in tech in general but particularly in Linux and FOSS. I enjoy life in Edinburgh, cheesy music and chocolate. I am the Todoleo in Todoleo Tech Blog www.todoleo.com
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Conveniently placed near the medical centre. Waiting times can sometimes be long.
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Friendly staff who provide swift and helpful service. Waiting times much shorter than other pharmacies.
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Reasonably good coffee and carrot cake for the price. Free WiFi was very slow, but worked and there was a chilly draft coming in from the door. Friendly and swift service, the Kimbo coffee tasted good.
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Great value for money, clean rooms with comfortable beds and well equipped bathroom. Loads of space and good room service. Breakfast is a bit limited, but the overall vale for money is excellent. Short drive away from Napa.
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Friendly excellent service from real Italians who serve some very tasty dishes. Probably the best mussels I have ever eaten in a tasty creamy sauce. Pizzas and calzoni are excellent, and the dessert calzone dolce filled with nutella and mascarpone is to die for (and more than enough for two to share). Whenever in the West End this is my Italian of choice!
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Modern Italian pub which serves excellent food and snacks. Originally an Irish pub, the cheesy europop music and friendly staff and punters make it an enjoyable place to spend the evening. I personally recommend the the "Aperitivo" which is where you pay for a cocktail and have nibbles and food for free. The hot chocolate is excellent and they serve chinotto too. Very pleasant place to spend time and meet the locals.
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Great local bar with good selection of spirits, wines and beers. Excellent hot chocolates and a selection of cocktails are made on demand. Also sells tobacco products and lotto tickets. Friendly service, great atmosphere.
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