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Michael Maggard
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Ever want a Bluetooth keyboard to use with your tablet/smartphone/smart TV? This is a fantastic deal.

http://deals.kinja.com/this-22-bluetooth-keyboard-can-fold-up-to-fit-in-any-b-1781054790
If you want to get real work done on your phone or tablet on the go, this Bluetooth keyboard stand can fold up to fit into just about any bag. Plus, its 40 hour battery should last the duration of almost any trip.
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Facebook, Whatsapp, Viber - what is sucking battery life on your smartphone...

(oh, and those 'optimizer' apps? Garbage. If they did anything good their functionality would have been built-in, by Google or the handset manufacturer.) 
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Plex for Xbox 360 is now FREE for everyone!!
We’ve also made improvements to the app, including a fresh look, fast user switching, Plex remote control, and full support for play queues and playlists. For those of you with a Plex Pass, you also get an improved Music experience— including Plex Mix, music videos, and track ratings— as well as cinema trailers and extras. And of course, we fixed a handful of bugs too. Check the forum for details:
http://bit.ly/1JoRVOV
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Free country music via Google Play!

#free #countrymusic #googleplay
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Geeky - USB considered unsafe at any speed #threat #usb #itsatrap
Computer users pass around USB sticks like silicon business cards. Although we know they often carry malware infections, we depend on antivirus scans and the occasional reformatting to keep our thumbdrives from becoming the carrier for the next digital epidemic. But the security problems with USB devices run deeper than you think: Their risk isn’t…
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Ok Google (Jarvis) grows up!
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They're a legit competitor that could reshape the marketplace.
 
ZTE Introduces T-Mobile Exclusive ‘ZMAX’ Phablets

http://www.bidnessetc.com/25826-zte-introduces-tmobileexclusive-zmax-phablets/

#ZTE has announced the launch of their latest phablet, the ZMAX, exclusively on T-Mobile (#TMUS). The device goes on sale September 24 at a low price of $252. This device will not require a contract or a two-year subscription with T-Mobile. The Chinese manufacturer is the 4th-largest #smartphone maker in the #world with most of its market in #China. This marks another attempt by the company to push ZMAX in the #US market.
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T-Mo peeps - you've probably heard about the updated Refer-a-Friend promotion (both get a $25 gift card and now unlimited data for a year.) But ya gotta sign up for it to take advantage!

https://referral.t-mobile.com/

Please, if you're a T-Mobile customer do this ASAP!

Don't miss out on this great deal. If you know somebody considering T-Mo have them give your number, you both win.

#t-mobile #referafriend #free
Joining @T-Mobile could boost your net worth -become a T-Mobile customer from my invite and we could each earn $25 in T-Mobile Reward Cards!
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Cranky. Opinionated. Geeky. Talks really, really, fast. Knows more useless information then anyone should. Carries more cellphones on him then anyone should. Flirty. Dirty minded. Huuuuge ego. Doesn't like raw tomatos but loves gazpacho & salsa so not so big on always being consistant. Well intentioned.
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Yer standard-issue mid-40's gay white guy, "bearish", has moved around a lot, used to be an IT Manager then Retail Sales Management. Look about the same for the past 20+ years so photos should give me away.
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Wellesley, MA
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Wellesley, MA - Santa Monica, CA - Austin, TX - Nuremburg, Germany - Livorno, Italy - Berlin, Germany - Plymouth, MA - Boston, MA - Medford, MA - Greenbelt, MD - Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, QC, Canada - Montreal, QC, Canada
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  • T-Mobile USA
    Sales Support, 2006 - present
  • Boston Museum of Science, The Computer Museum, Northeastern University, Siemens Electromedical, Beth Israel Hospital, Thompson Financial & Professional Publishing, PHCS, Biogen
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mbear
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Very nice 55+ condominium complex with an active, friendly, community in a great location.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Used to be good, now kinda crappy. I haven't been here in a while, came in tonight, and waited at the empty tills for a few minutes. Eventually a teller wandered over and stared at me blankly. Ok, l gave her my usual order, noted no tomato, collected my tag. A few minutes later my meal arrived, with a tiny portion of veggie fries. Pricey, small, and cool veggie fries. I chased down the teller/server and she agreed they were too few without hesitation. A much larger, hot, portion, soon arrived. I then pick up my sandwich and realize, just as I'm about to bite into it, it's got tomato. WTF?! Now that has to be replaced. The same teller/server brings that replacement and notes they're very aware of allergies. Apparently I have to detail my medical requirements for a no tomato request to be honored. She also confides she thought the veggie order was skimpy when she brought it over and the kitchen knew the complaint before she spoke to them. So both the kitchen and server knew my order was mishandled and both still went ahead. Thanks, but I'll not be eating where they *know* they're screwing up, still go ahead, and then make asinine excuses that only make it worse. Oh wow, I've got a coupon for food I don't feel comfortable eating now. I hope nothing looked too dodgy before they cooked it...
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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The food is fine - the ordering process is obnoxious & annoying. The menu items are displayed on flat screen TVs that suffer from window glare. Then one *must* wait in line to use the single station automated ordering system. They defend it, and maybe it works for the staff, but for customers it's a pain, particularly when stuck behind someone confused by the chimp-like point-at-pictures system. If somehow they survive to franchise (unlikely) the order overkill might be useful. For now the hassle just encourages me to not waste my time. There are several other good Thai restaurants nearby that aren't so pointlessly precious. IN RESPONSE You know what would be efficient, and respectful, of the customer? If the clerk walking people through your obnoxious ordering system JUST TOOK THE ORDER. Like successful places do. Instead, thanks, no, I won't call my order in, I'll just go to one of the other nearby just as good or better Thai restaurants that can take my order without the asinine gimmickry.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Excellent bakery that also stocks hiking gear. A great alternative to fast food/hotel kitchen grub the pastries are made here from scratch. Indeed I just watched a baker testing a pan of something with, yes, a toothpick. Highly recommended.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been eating here and and ordering takeout from here for years. I've always been extremely pleased with both the food and their service. My personal favorite is the Drunken Noodles, but everything is excellent. I'm also impressed with how they try to guide diners to dishes. I recently watched the waitress try to explain to a demanding customer that a curry dish must, by definition, include _some_ spices, but how about trying this out that dish which are similar but could be made quite bland. She worked very hard trying to match her customers requests to the capability of the kitchen (I would have quickly given up and recommended the unreasonable customer go home and make a cup of instant ramen.)
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago