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This is exactly why the "organic food" movement bothers me. So much of it is marketing only based on loose definitions.

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CNN's embarrassing coverage of the Malaysian flight has gotten me wondering about the value of 24 hour static news.
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I've become convinced Google is the most valuable company in the world. Google Glass and Project Ara were both research projects that are also very new platforms. Both were announced recently and are soon heading to market.

Now, Google just created another platform for developers and consumers.

They're innovating very quickly in bringing ideas to reality and it's exciting to see.
 
So here's a preview of a little something we've been working on... ;-D

Congratulations team! The team's been working furiously on this for quite a while, so it's big relief to be able to announce! Can you guess when we first planted the seeds?

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This is such a weird story. Apparently the government can do tech if not bloated by an antiquated contact system.

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Twitter once again takes away "We Are Hunted" for discovering music on Spotify... 😠

Twitter #Music is officially dead http://www.theverge.com/2014/3/21/5534814/twitter-music-is-officially-dead
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People may not like Microsoft, but I do consider Bill Gates a role model. He's a smart person, fairly technical, and his thoughts on religion toward the end mirror my own.

His optimism seems surprising, though he's had plenty of success in the past. It inspires me to continue innovating and solve problems.
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Back in the day, there was an operating system for PC compatible computers called DR-DOS.  It was, in some ways, superior to MS-DOS, which was Microsoft's product.  Bill Gates wanted his engineers to rig other Microsoft products - things like Word and Excel - so that they wouldn't work well with DR-DOS, so as to kill it in the marketplace.  When the programs didn't work, customers would be told to get MS-DOS and try again, implying that it was some problem with DR-DOS, not an active choice by Microsoft to deliver something wouldn't work right.

To be perfectly clear, he wanted them to take programs that worked and intentionally break them, specifically to screw over his own customers who had bought those programs from his company.
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I'm a techie. Well I'm still a student, although I am interested in technology and program a lot.

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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I have to say this place was pretty grotesque. It did make me appreciate how far medicine has gotten in the past century and a half, because the dated specimen had plenty of horrid conditions, most of which ended in death. There is plenty to see in this museum, but it wasn't really that big. It's only two floors and four rooms of exhibits. You could walk through the whole thing in an hour. However, if you were really into it and read all the individual labels, you could spend a lot longer indoors. The museum price is a bit pricey in my opinion, so I wouldn't recommend it to everybody, just enthusiasts or, as its original intention, for medical students. I also was saddened by the museum's no-camera policy because now I don't have any gross photos to show my friends. TL;DR: Fine museum, but not for everyone
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I am very impressed with this zoo. Navigating through all the exhibits was easy and they had a great selection of animals. The animals were very active. There were many areas that were carefully built to exhibit certain environments which was definitely cool to see. I thought it was interesting to see some animals were loose among the zoo to roam, mostly the Guinea Fowl and Peacocks. It was a good vacation with my family and this zoo won't disappoint. I'll upload some photos to this page soon.
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Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This school has dedicated teachers who use their unique talents to engage the students in a wide variety of subjects. The staff are nice and friendly also. The principal, Mrs. Haldeman, is very friendly and knows all the names of the students (there are about 600 students). Everyone here does a lot of hard work to make school enjoyable for the students. There are a wide variety of clubs and exciting after school events.
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I'm very pleased with this place. It's too far away to be the normal family grocery store, but we go on some weekends when they have really good sales. It really is a great place. The food they have is always great. Some food we always get is the monkey munch, bacon, and soft pretzels. If you live nearby, I definitely recommend visiting at least once to try the great food they have to sell.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
With live music and a beautiful place to eat both inside and on the patio, the Italian Affair is the de facto location for Italian food. The only issue one may have with this restaurant is that the service can be slow. While you're waiting however, there is complimentary bread with olive oil. It's very palatable.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The employees are nice and the selection is great. The store layout is simple and intuitive.
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