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Senior Associate for Social Media and Wireless
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Blogging, Vlogging, Smartphone knowledge, IT knowledge, Web Design, Training, Networking, Social Media
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    Tech Geek, 2011 - present
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Live tech, live art, live happy, love others
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Someone who loves to experience new things and places. Travels from time to time and enjoys technology.

Throughout my life I've been many things, and played different roles in businesses. Each one different than the next but all building towards a single goal of building a better me. Building a better me allows me to build better things and help people in more ways than I could have otherwise.

“If something is worth doing it is worth doing well” is a statement that was embedded into me from my childhood. Throughout my life, I strived for excellence in whatever I did.

I enjoy the cutting edge of technology, and I always have.  New software? I'll test it.  New hardware? I'll test it.  New system? Let me see how that works.  Probably one of the reasons I have so many gadgets, back Kickstarters and also own a Google Glass.

That's not to say I don't have a love for old school.  While I use the latest in technology I'd gladly listen to some records (unscratched, please), read a good book, and just relax.

I co-hosted two podcasts on Gaia Online. Gaia Online is the largest online community of 17.2 million persons with 1.5 billion thread– BBS.  I've also helped run and build websites and forums in the past.

IT is my forte, technology is a passion.  If you're into technology, reading or writing books/songs/poetry, watching anime or just goofing around, shoot me a message. :)
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Here we go to Abaco! 
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Oh dear.  The Galaxy S6's pictures seem quite a bit warmer than those taken with an iPhone 6. Wish they placed up the M9 and Nexus 6 comparisons too.
We’ve already seen how the Samsung Galaxy S6 compares to the iPhone 6 in terms of its physical attributes, but we wanted to get an even better idea of how the two devices stacked up in terms of performance. Using what we had on hand, we put the camera of each phone to the test.
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Seems I see 36 of these. Not too shabby I think. 
Given the sudden interest for the color of dresses and vision, here some of the fascinating findings we did recently.The color nuances we see depend on the number and distribution of cones (=color receptors) in our eye. You can check this rainbow: how many color nuances do you count?You see less than 20 color nuances: you are a dichromats, like dogs, which means you have 2 types of cones only. You are likely to wear black, beige, and blue. 25% of...
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I see 39.. Probably not in the way they do but still.
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Last post on the Galaxy S6 (for now): Battery is smaller, but you're going to put more pixels, a screen that shows color on the sides AND an always on camera? That's gonna die faster than ever. #NExtBigThing  
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Here's the comparison video of the Galaxy S5 and S6. Real world tests still pending. ;)
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Oh yeah, and then there's this snippet that might just disprove everything about Google+ going away.
 
There.

In your face all so-called tech journos, click-bait desperate tearers-apart and gravediggers.

Woe those who believe everything they read from techhunch - style rubbishy publications.

#GoogleplusIsNotGoingAnywhereExceptTowardsABetterUserExperience  
https://plus.google.com/+AmyBethInverness/posts/67gicvzi8VV

#Googleplus    Thanks +Yonatan Zunger .
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No, Google+ is not dead.  The service will continue on, get a refresh, perhaps a new design, but it'll still be Google's social media called Streams.  Tie ins to Hangout, Photos, and others will likely be there as well, much like now, and it works out better since people now like apps for different functions.  What I'm hoping is that Google+ stays, but is the main source, with Photos and Streams being framed versions of the different parts of it.

I guess we'll see!
 
Google+ is not dead, long live the Stream!

Apparently today is the day that we claim Google+ is dead, since it's being referred to as Google Stream, Google Photos and Hangouts. It's really just media fluff, in my opinion.

The social stream on Google+ has been referred to as a stream since day one here, 3 and a half years ago. Hell the UI used to say 'Stream'. In fact, when talking active users, Google always referred to those users as active users in the Stream.

If Google+ is rebranded to Stream, no one should care. It's not going anywhere. Facebook was branded after a few years too. It used to be called The Facebook. Though I hate to compare the two networks as they're vastly different. The name of the platform should not matter. It's the community that makes the platform.

As for Google+ being decompartmentalized, that's fine by me. I use all 3 areas: Photos for storage and editing, Hangouts for communicating, and the Stream for staying up to date with news, communicating with friends, and sharing my thoughts to the world.

In the end you should all follow me on Twitter at twitter.com/derekmross because we all know that Google+ has been a ghost town for years.

Just kidding. Long live the best social network on the planet. Google+ changed my life and helped fuel my Android reporting passion.

Seriously though, follow me on Twitter, just in case. And Instagram too:@derekmross.
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Time to upgrade my Lumia 635 to Windows 10.  Here's hoping all goes well.
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You know, I didn't think this would be a 4G advert, but it's awesome. We need more commercials like this.
 
Japan Has Revolutionized Cooking
That’s how everything should be cooked.
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What gets me is that we're still using only 3GB of RAM in these new processors that allow 64bit. 3GB doesn't put 64bit to use in a meaningful way AT ALL.  3.5GB and higher are what's required to really put in a performance boost, so I'm sad with the HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 right now.
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Samsung: we have a special YouTuber as our special guest to talk about our new phone!
Everyone: Did they get +Marques Brownlee​ or +Erica Griffin​?! Nope, someone unrelated to phones.
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Um, yeah, Samsung... Dual tone colours might not be your thing for gold. This Samsung Galaxy S6 is ugly, but I do like the other colours 
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Standard Starbucks, though after a few weeks of asking them to make me something special they started a promotion to see who could come up with the best drink and get customers to buy it.
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Great food, drink and atmosphere. Friday to Saturday in the nights it gets packed though, so come early if you want a seat anywhere. Also come semicasual, no tshirts allowed and the fare is kinda above average.
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Nice place to go and grab a beer with some friends, both day and night. It gets a bit more crowded in the night and on weekends, but again is still quite nice
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Standard rate and taste, nothing to write home about but nothing to really complain about. Make sure you ask for no MSG.
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So so, the hotel is a bit old but is good enough for a quick and cheap stay. Also has a restaurant inside that has some nice food.
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Very nice place when looking for a function, event or business meeting. The rooms are also quite nice to stay awhile. It has its own beach as well, and of course is subject to sounds from the downtown nightlife.
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It's mixed at the Twisted Lime. Sometimes it's great, sometimes just average. The Menu used to be better but the chef left. Nice place to go and watch sports though or have a business meeting over lunch or dinner.
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