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Happy #stgeorgesday  !

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10 Fun Facts About St George

From the HuffPost UK Comedy archives for St George's Day - 10 fascinating facts about England's patron saint.

http://huff.to/129wN6a

By +Andrea Mann 
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Fantastic, and much needed improvements...
 
Hangouts 2.1 for Android: SMS improvements and a homescreen widget

Today we’re launching the newest version of Hangouts for Android, rolling out to the Play store (http://goo.gl/6Sv8V) over the next few days. Highlights include:

- Merged conversations: SMS and Hangout conversations with the same recipient are now combined into a single conversation. You can control whether you want to send a message via Hangouts or SMS with the flip of a switch, and different message types will be easy to tell apart in the conversation. Of course, you can always merge and unmerge conversations if you’d like.

- Simplified contact list: now there’s two main sections in contacts — People you Hangout With, and Phone Contacts — making it simpler to navigate, and easier to use for SMS.

- Homescreen widget: add the Hangouts widget to your homescreen for quick access to your recent conversations.

- Performance improvements: today’s update includes better quality video calls, as well as improved SMS and MMS reliability.

The new version will be available in the Play store (http://goo.gl/6Sv8V) this week, so download or update and let us know what you think!

#hangouts #googleplusupdate 
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"You've got the love" original on Thursday, "Like a prayer" by Madonna on yesterday and "Halo" by Beyonce on +Heart this morning...

Must be #Easter...
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This looks interesting...

#hangoutsonair   #business   #innovation  
 
Featuring a panel of the industry’s most disruptive minds including Richard Branson, submit your #virgindisruptors  questions now! 
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This is the worst road that is actually supposed to be a fully working road that I have ever seen in the UK. The potholes were about half a metre across and a foot and a half deep in places. Not cool +Wiltshire Council. Not cool.

(Just off the A4, outside Corsham)

#uk #wiltshire 
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B road. It's not a track though.
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Happy #easter  
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About time. More still needed.
 
Gmail on the web has added a handy new feature which lets you quickly attach images that are already in Google+ through Android’s photo auto-backup feature. This is a really great addition, considering how easy it is to start writing an e-mail on your computer, find out you need a photo from your...
Gmail on the web has added a handy new feature which lets you quickly attach images that are already in Google+ through Android’s photo auto-backup feature. This is a really great addition, considering how easy it is to start writing an e-mail on your computer, find out you need a photo from your phone, and then have to crack open Google+ in a new tab to start rifling around to find the...
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I always wondered what I should do with my cassettes from the 80s. And then I saw this - the cassette tape lamp! Brilliant! - Matt
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Excellent service. It's a privilege to have a bookshop like this so close. Lovely book shop, with a great sense of individuality.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Well priced, but the atmosphere wasn't great. The takeaway counter was literally behind us which was quite distracting and draughty, and the lighting was fairly unpleasant. Food was great, but probably better for takeaways than sit-in meals.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
The rooms were clean, comfortable and pleasant, but the food was expensive and not what you'd expect for the cost - the breakfasts were fairly unpleasant. The grapefruit was a welcome palate cleanser.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Swift, effective, and cheaper than bigger companies.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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Good food, good experience. Very pleasant atmosphere, though the music choice could have been better! Definitely worth a visit.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
We went here as a group of 20. Had a fantastic evening. The food was excellent, both in quality and cost, and the staff were accommodating, efficient and friendly. Strongly recommended.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Good ales, and plenty of character. However, I found it to be on the expensive side. I wasn't over-fond of my meal, but my wife thought hers was great. Probably a great location for a drink with mates, but food could have been better.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago