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Playing catch-up with the competition can only ever help you make incremental gains. It will never help you create something new.

It’s important to understand what’s going on around you, but the best way to stay ahead is a laser focus on building great products that people need.

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Today in Geek History: Happy 29th Birthday, Calvin & Hobbes! The comic strip made its debut in the funny pages in 1985.
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Since Civilization Beyond Earth is released tomorrow, I thought I would break out Civ3 / Civ 5 to replay them. :D
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I am working on setting up a pitboss game for Civ 5 if you are interested in playing... it would start up in about a week or two.
 
Trying out the new Google Play Music features from the Songza acquisition.
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Love how easy the new hangouts dialer app makes making phone calls from my table (via data connection) out over the PSTN.
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SpaceX is returning human spaceflight to U.S. soil with our Crew Dragon spacecraft. Excited to fill these seats!

Read the full update: NASA Selects SpaceX to be Part of America’s Human Spaceflight Program http://www.spacex.com/news/2014/09/16/nasa-selects-spacex-be-part-americas-human-spaceflight-program
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I'm an avid user of Google Keep. I advocate it among those around me; I have - like most users - a wish list. I have a tendency to be a bit far-fetched sometimes, but feel that this particular list is a balance of product vision and practicality. 

1.) Shared Notes. Not being able to share notes makes Google Keep appear as an orphaned product from the overall Drive suite of collaboration tools. Plenty of use-cases have been shared within this discussion group that. 

2.) Tighter platform integration. If a Keep note has a date/time reminder, it should tie into Google Calendar as well which should subsequently generate a Google Now reminder card. While I'm not utterly opposed to Google Keep generating its own notifications, I feel it would be a strong user experience to have them triggered from Google Now.

3.) Printing support.

4.) Note categorization. While I don't expect that Keep is intended to replace applications like MicroSoft's OneNote, it would be helpful to be able to add notes to categories with "tabs" (for visibility) to allow a separation of say "Work" and "Personal" notes.

5.) Stronger Audio transcription and the ability to pause dictation during the capture of a note. 

I have more, but just wanted to toss out my top 5 and see if people agree.
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Villages: Gold Vault
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Face off against your royal rivals as you settle newly discovered lands.Villages: Gold Vault is a companion app to the Villages card game th

New rumors and images of the Samsung Galaxy F surface, sadly unconfirmed
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We've heard plenty of rumors of the Samsung Galaxy F, which is thought to be the legendary Galaxy S5 Prime. Since the Galaxy S5 didn't wow u

Google Lat Long: Get on the road, go off the grid, or plan the perfect w...
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Tuesday, May 6, 2014 at 8:53 AM. When your life is moving fast, you need tools to keep up with your pace. Google Maps for mobile is the perf

Google เอกสาร
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Google I/O 2014
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Hearthstone: Spellbook
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The application Hearthstone: Spellbook is a portable reference tool that helps the user to be closer to the world Hearthstone while the game

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We have helped more than 5,000 customers worldwide achieve incredible ROI through the implementation of our software solution in their busin

Thor: The Dark World
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Marvel's "Thor: The Dark World" continues the adventures of Thor, the Mighty Avenger, as he battles to save Earth and all the Nine Realms fr

Thor
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The epic adventure THOR spans the Marvel universe from present-day Earth to the cosmic realm of Asgard. At the center of the story is The Mi

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Hangouts (вместо Google Talk)
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Hangouts делает общение более ярким. Добавляйте в чат фотографии и смайлики, устраивайте видеовстречи с одним или несколькими собеседниками

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TouchDown HD
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Decent food. Generally clean. Typically polite. Occasionally the ordering system goes down which apparently incapacitates the restaurant's ability to function.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great store, wish they had a drive-thru.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My family traditionally visits the fort each year. This has become a staple of the family calendar started by my grandparents and we are now introducing the fourth generation of the family. This is definitely worth stopping by if you are interested in history. Honestly, it isn't "glamorous", but the organization that runs it has been adding things bit by bit as the years have progressed.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The more I travel the more I feel grateful that Indianapolis International is my home airport. The airport is spacious, clean, and generally efficient. There is usually enough seating at the gates, and security isn't really even a burden. I realize that IND is considerably smaller than some other airports I fly through, but I think the Airport Authority knows what they are doing. The rental car center / counter has all of the vendors in one location which doesn't take a bus ride or any massive effort to get to. You can easily pass from Terminal A to Terminal B, or vice versa, without passing through security a second time. I'm slightly biased because I am so familiar with the IND airport, but I feel that the signage is easily visible, clearly defined, and helpful.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This is really a place that is great fun for the whole family. While primarily a train layout, there are activities for people of all ages and EnterTrainment Junction has really worked to engage the only mildest of train enthusiast. Various elements of the train layout include buttons to activate trains, specific scenery, lighting, or sound effects. I believe there is also an audio tour (as I saw the numbers all over, but didn't think to ask before hand). My wife is not someone that gets excited about seeing model trains, however there was a scavenger hunt in which you challenged yourself to find certain elements of scenery throughout the layout that really got people into the detail and nuances. For Kids there are a few stops throughout the layout where you can ride a small ride or sit down. Also, at many viewing points there are steps to stand on for those that are young or vertically challenged. For the average adult you are looking at around $15 dollars. Our group of 7 adults took nearly 2.5 hours wandering the layout and the time seemed to fly right by.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
First time here. It was good food. Tad on the expensive side, and not the fastest service in the world. Not bad by any means, if you are looking for a nice relaxing evening out and you are in no hurry - this place is worth the time.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The PHL airport (specifically Terminal F with US Airways) was cramped, crowded, and just felt dirty. The staff must have all collectively skipped the day of training focused on customer service and courtesy. I don't say this as a jilted passenger. I didn't have any major negative event; but just observing the dismissive way that the staff treated passengers and how both security and airline staff seemed under-educated, poorly spoken, and tended to be "bossy" rather than constructive. The airport structure itself isn't well laid out, the signage isn't clear all the time, and there are instances where you pass through security and then when switching to another terminal (if you don't take the "exact right hallway") you find yourself needing to go through security again. The rental car area isn't centralized like in other cities (Dallas or Indianapolis) and if you don't catch the right bus you can find yourself really behind schedule. Overall this airport is serviceable, but nothing more.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago