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Mike Jazayeri
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So cool & creative! #googlecardboard  
Not only does Google Cardboard provide a platform for Android smartphones to enter virtual reality, they're a fabulous platform for art as well. Using the
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Buy a new LG phone and get a cool "plastic Google Cardboard" 
 
Check out the new VR for G3 viewer from +LG USA Mobile that works with Google Cardboard. This is part of a giveaway promotion for customers who purchase new LG G3 smartphones: http://www.engadget.com/2015/02/09/lg-google-cardboard-vr-headset-g3/
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In my ~10 years @ Google, I've had many great opptys, but nothing has been as enjoyable as the past few months working with a smart & scrappy team on Google Cardboard (a simple & cheap way to experience virtual reality). Today we've announced Cardboard is an official project, 25 fun new apps, and some great tools for developers. Btw, they make great stocking stuffers ;) #googlecardboard   #vr  
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Thanks +Hooman B ! Stay tuned ;)
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Turns out the darkness of space is not as dark as we thought. I f'n love  #space   #nasa  
Findings from a NASA rocket are redefining what scientists think of as galaxies. Galaxies may not have a set boundary of stars, but instead stretch out to great distances, forming a vast, interconnected sea of stars.
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Awesome short video series from "‪#Moon ‬May" about the various moons in our solar system. Funny & educational. Here's one, watch 'em all.
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nerd!! (love it!)
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Today's lesson in Republican ‪hypocrisy: Preach less gov & free markets but when #tesla ‬ disrupts big oil & car salesman (who the hell sides with car salesmen?) they ban their pro-consumer model. But it's always futile to be on the wrong side of innovation. Shame on #chrischristie  ‬
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission...
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What happened to preserving free markets? Rediculious
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We just launched support for 360 videos on #youtube . Can't wait to see what people create. 360 cat videos anyone???
You share incredible videos with your fans every second of the day, but what if you could share even more in that video? Like, sharing the entire moment that you’re filming? You could let viewers see the stage and the crowd ...
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Frighteningly accurate predictions of modern life from #arthurcclarke  40 years ago. Brilliant. 
While other futurists predicted flying cars and robots everywhere, Clarke was more interested in where communication was headed, and his predictions are remarkably accurate decades later.
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Get ready to experience "Live and Let Die" in a whole new way. Talk about the ever-changing world in which we're living.
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Superb summer mix!
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Sexy Summer Sound (Worldwide Clubbing)
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So cool!
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Today is World Cancer Day. We all know someone impacted. If you can donate, one of the most impactful organizations is +WaxmanCancer  which funds cutting edge research in eradicating cancer at the genetic level. The research they've supported has directly led to advancements in pediatric cancer survival rates. I just gave, hope you will too. 

https://www.waxmancancer.org/
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Product Director, Google Cardboard
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    Director, Product Management, 2005 - present
  • Microsoft
    Lead Program Manager, 1998 - 2005
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Had the oppty to check out this place out recently - SUPERB. Great staff, clean & beautiful environment, and definitely lives up to the name. The salt water pool was by far my favorite.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I live in NY and we are lucky to have great Chinese/Korean massage places on every block. These places are no frills, just about quality massage at a good price. I visit Irvine often and had found nothing like it here, just foofy, overpriced spas. When I drove by this place I knew I had to check it out. Got a great 1hr table massage for $50 + I gave $10 tip. Slightly pricier than NY but good value nonetheless. Look, if you are a person who wants a fluffy spa "experience" this is not for you. But if you just want a great massage at a clean, friendly venue then you'll be pleased.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
We went the week it was profiled in Timeout New York so that might account for the packed place and hot people. Nonetheless, it's going to become a regular for us. We had the 5 tapas for 2 people option ($24) and shared one main dish. VERY GOOD!!
Public - 7 years ago
reviewed 7 years ago
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We made our first trek to AC this weekend. Chelsea hotel was $100/night cheaper than the main casinos and totally worth it. The hotel itself is hip and clean. Good service (the concierge was excellent as was the room service). It's actually good that Chelsea is not a casino b/c you can get in/out of the hotel quickly and avoid the nutty crowds. When u do want to go to casinos they are just a few min walk or cab away. Highly recommend this place for the NY crowd who wants to avoid the mullet crowd.
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Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
We stayed at the Roosevelt for 6 nights over new years and had a wonderful time. The location is awesome - a few min walk from many major attractions, great shopping, and AWESOME food. The rooms are nice and clean, the staff is very helpful, and the bfast is very good (ours was included otherwise it's 23 euros).
Public - 7 years ago
reviewed 7 years ago