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Michael-Rainabba Richardson
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What's the closest thing I can get to CS gas which will clear my sinuses the same way?

THAT is the sinus treatment I need right now!
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+Michael-Rainabba Richardson Marines. Parris Island, '96.
We got gassed a few times in MCT during field training then of course annuals. It never bothered me much, but it did make my nose run.
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YouTube provides a "Spam or misleading" report option for a reason guys. Use it and save other people the time.
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Haha. Apple should have been the FIRST with streaming music and they're the LAST. "...makes Apple music unique is Siri.." Yes, if you mean that no other streaming music service has Siri, that may be true, but if you mean "Using an AI voice system to recognize a song, play music by voice, etc..." then no, Android Google Now and Play Music have had that for a while now (years).

There goes Apple once again pretending to do something new, when in reality they're just playing catch-up with the rest of the world.

I wonder if a iOS user can cache their music to an iWatch, pair up some BT headphones and listen that way, without even needing a phone; that's another cool trick I can do with my Android Wear and Google Play Music.

/rant

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As Apple's streaming music service goes live, it's easy to stump Siri with some song requests. Here's what you need to know about Apple Music: http://cnet.co/1U5zT6G
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You make me laugh! HAHA A long rant doesn't necessarily mean saying something intelligent. Its actually the opposite. Continue loving your Android device. No one is forcing you to move to iOS.
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Truly great capture and processing of SO many iconic spots in San Francisco by +Trey Ratcliff 
 
Just landed in San Francisco... thank goodness for all the hi-tech stuff in US vs. NZ. Hotel Tonight and Uber here I come! :) 
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+Leroy Javois Thank you. You also.
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I got to try this at SVVR2015 and fell in love! My next new flying toy.

Hard to explain, but their flight dynamics are just so satisfying AND it's got a camera that can feed directly into a #googlecardboard  app which will surely be nauseating, but a blast :)
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Looks awesome! Might have to pick one up myself ☺
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Did #googlenow  weather get dumbed down? I used to be able to ask "How's the weather outside" or "What's the weather in some_city" and get a nicely formatted card with spoken reply. Now I just get web responses.

Did I miss something or am I doing something wrong now?

+GoogleNow 
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Remembering my more carefree days :)


#lancerevolution #evoixmr
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+Google for Work Support was just kind enough to tell me that Admin Reports API data is only available IF the domain is upgraded to Unlimited and even then, the only data available is that AFTER upgrade to unlimited.

The fact that Unlimited is needed is only briefly mentioned in the last sentence of the 3rd paragraph of their API docs, or at least that's where I eventually found it last week. Not sure where it is now but it's definitely not on the main API page or the prerequisites (  https://developers.google.com/admin-sdk/reports/v1/get-start/getting-started ).

The face that data from before the upgrade won't be available isn't mentioned anywhere.

The data I need from Google Drive activity is clearly available as it can be seen in the Drive Activity panel, but they won't make any effort to help me get to it. So after spending some very frustration 14 hours to decrypt their docs, understand JWT auth, enable everything for the domain properly THEN find the data I need isn't available, I now find out the entire exercise was a complete waste of time.

Since I can't get this chunk of JSON I need (which this API is built to provide), I will now have to pay for significant man hours to have someone take an error-prone approach to doing what would have taken me a couple hours to do with that JSON.

Poor (and outdated) documentation, missing information, and unavailable data from the company that "Wants to organized the worlds data". Another PERFECT example of why the only Apps my business rely on are Gmail and +Google Drive and the latter has been a sever pain (slow, broken search, unstable sync) to the extent that I'm considering a custom solution using S3 at this point.

Gmail's great though :/

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The Reports API gives administrators insight into activity and usage for their Google Apps domains.
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+Google Drive This makes Auditing VERY difficult and is contradictory to the whole point of my users needing a dedicated "WORK" account, at least from the UI side of things.

It's also completely not intuitive. I tried removing "personal accounts" and adding "work accounts" numerous times, thinking there was a serious bug before I started searching and found this explanation.

Does this mean they can also access these items using their person/gmail account or is it then just a misleading UI?

https://support.google.com/drive/troubleshooter/2525254?hl=en#ts=6229884
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The implications here are incredible! #exciting
"When we first saw those vessels, I completely freaked out," Jonathan Kipnis tells mental_floss.
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+Jeff Baxter​ I've been a beta user for a couple weeks at least. I have the button at top-right which results in this. I've sent messages, but seen and heard nothing. Am I missing something?
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+Debra Hughes Thank you
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Man of many trades, master of very few. Father of 3, husband, entrepreneur, CTOx2, student, lover, US Marine, and more.
Introduction
I've been involved in I.T. at least part-time since 1993 and full-time at an enterprise level since 1999 (USMC warehouse management systems). Currently I'm involved in virtually every aspect of maintaining a production network and related system critically responsible for $1m+ of business revenue (to include software/DB architecture and development). If my current venture doesn't pan out, I hope to find a future with Google, perhaps as a Developer Advocate where my vast knowledge-base could be well utilized and I would be exposed to fresh ideas (I love learning and sharing). I'm a true but tolerable INTJ (see Jung - Myers-Briggs or Keirsey Temperament). As is the case with most INTJ's, I don't respond well to people being mentally lazy, but I'm not antagonistic to the extent that INTJ's are stereotyped to be.
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Father of 3 amazing children (3rd arrives very soon), US Marine, CTO vantage.tv, CTO AZPrep and Happy to be alive!
Education
  • ITT Technical Institute-Tempe
    Information Systems Security (BS), 2004 - 2007
  • Westwood High School
    General Studies and Electronics, 1995 - 1998
I've called on them twice. Both times the result is what I expected (or better) and I haven't felt that they tried to sell me anything beyond the specific issue I called for. This last time I found out that one of my units just wasn't up to the job I was using it for and they showed me a trick to help it cope rather than trying to sell me a solution. I have a good friend that does commercial HVAC but lives too far to help directly and everything these guys have said or done was confirmed good by him also. I will call again if the need comes up.
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Nice, clean site
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
5.5 Stars. Great value, especially for the area, wonderful atmosphere, Incredible food and good service. Really enjoyed it.
Public - a year ago
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The environment was nice. The massage was very good and the prices are very reasonable. Will go back to see Jonathan again for sure (already have an appointment).
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
It's a shame these guys are borderline thieves because the pizza is pretty good. I called to order the following based on a menu left in my room at the Country Inn Silicon Valley: $15.99 - "Super Pepperoni - Loaded with our thick slices of Pepperoni" $ 1.89 - 24oz soda $ 4.99 - Chocolate Moosecake $22.87 - Total (plus I'd expect some tax and maybe delivery fee) What I paid: $15.99 - Same Pizza $ 2.00 - "Deluxe fee" On the phone he said "all pizzas are deluxe now" $ 1.90 - "Spicy pizza fee" He asked if I wanted it spicy and I said yes. I assumed something simple like a "spice". It was jalapenos. $ 1.89 - Soda $ 4.99 - Cake $ 0.99 - "Cont.CH." Huh?? $27.85 - Subtotal for my $22.87 order $ 4.18 - 15% Delivery fee $32.03 - Subtotal #2 $ 2.80 - Tax $34.84 - TOTAL for my $22.87 order The saving grace was that the pizza was pretty good, but I'm not rating food quality, I'm rating a restaurant where price, service, and food quality all matter and they only got 1 of the 3 right in my opinion. If they hadn't played the robbery games, I would have given them a 4 and seriously considered a 5.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Not cheap, but I was happy with the chowder and calimari steaks and the service was good. I really liked the location and atmosphere too. The marina is clean and nice.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago