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Michael Armogan (Tutsumi)
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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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  • The Bahamas Telecommunications Company
    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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Mikeru, Mike, Tutsumi

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20 Apps That Turn Your Smartphone Into a Productivity Powerhouse - Infographic
See the clear and complete image here: http://www.digitalinformationworld.com/2015/05/20-productivity-tools-to-keep-you-and-your-boss-organized-infographic.html

Do you feel as though you're always racing against the clock? Is time running out? Here's an infographic, compiled by +Adecco Group, that shows 20 productive apps (for iOS, #Android, Blackberry, Mac and Windows users) to keep both you and your boss organized.

#productivity   #smartphone   #mobileapps   #androidapps   #iosapps  
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Useful :)
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Trekkie dies on May the 4th (May the Fourth Be With You).  Kinda weird, so long as a Star Wars person doesn't die on a Trekkie day.
 
The "survivor of addiction" played Captain Kirk's assistant in the original series and also appeared in several Star Trek films
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Damnit Kickstarter! Had me thinking something was happening over on Cat Island, Bahamas.
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This man has blessed us ALL! everyone show your respects to the man who created cellphones ❤
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May the Fourth be with you!
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It'd be interesting to see just which emoji's Bahamians use most. :D
Which country uses the poop emoji the most? Which emoji is used by the French 4x more than any other country? Find out in this report on emoji meanings.
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This Sealed Bottle Garden Hasn’t Been Watered Since 1972 ... Twisted Sifter -- "The Daily Mail has a fascinating feature on David Latimer and his soon to be 54-year-old bottle garden that he started on Easter Sunday back in 1960.

Using a ten gallon carboy, Latimer poured in some compost, a quarter pint of water and carefully lowered in a spiderwort seedling (Tradescantia) using a piece of wire. He then placed the bottle garden by a sun-filled window in his home and let photosynthesis do its thing.

It wasn’t until 1972 (12 years later) that Latimer gave his bottle garden another drink and it has been sealed ever since! ..."

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Sigh, so this is why.  You'd think +Intel Security, +McAfeeStore and PasswordBox would at least let you know this in an email.  Nope.
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True Key works no problem for me- no passwordbox account, obviously 
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Testing out the possible next generation of passwords.  Says I have an account and I don't know the password. Good job, Intel & McAfee.  #irony  
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One of the best areas to go if you want authentic Bahamian food. Everything from conch to fish to chicken to just having fun and listening to music while drinking sky juice.
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
Service is nominal. Food items are pretty standard, minus the slushies you can get at some in the states; pizza, nachos, hot dog, pop corn, candies, drinks, etc. Tips: Women do clean the men's room, so gents don't just whip it out when you walk in. Come throughout the week for more seating options Movies do start on time, so make sure you're not late Siri will not be able to tell you show times as Gallaria isn't set up properly for Apple to check their times
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
It's Sbarro's. For those that don't know what that means, it's simple: Okay food (albeit a bit greasy) for high prices. They generally have slices of pizza, spaghetti, meatballs/chicken/fish/meatloaf, veggies, rice, etc The decor is nice for hanging out, but it won't points for a date. They also have some chairs on the outside, just in case you want some fresh air. Be careful though, since it's right to the cars so anything puttering smoke might upset your meal.
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
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.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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Location: Situated downtown Lynchburg, on the side of a hotel, this brick building is located down a flight of stairs. With the large stiletto heeled shoe near the top, it's hard to miss. Decor: Has a fine dining atmosphere to it, even though you don't have to dress nicely to get in. It's a modern approach to the old classic fine dining look, if that makes any sense. Food: The list is wide enough if you're into beef, but offers little else otherwise. Granted, it is a "grille", so it's not too surprising. We both ordered the same steak, same temperature, but my ffiancée didn't too much like the allspice balls left on mine (different sauces were ordered). We also found that the mashed potatoes were quite salty, so we were unable to really eat those. Oh, and the chocolate martini is nice, but not worth it. Service: Waiters were excellent, and when we brought up the issue of the saltiness, they offered a free dessert while apologizing profusely. We might have taken it, however most of the desserts have nuts, which my fiancée can't eat so.... Will come back? Definately.
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Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
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.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago