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Entrepreneur. Dad. Developer. Lost Explorer. Speaker.
Entrepreneur. Dad. Developer. Lost Explorer. Speaker.

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Still one of the best talks on design
Wilson Miner has a gift, I've watched this video multiple times.
Only thing I disagree with is his postulation about the importance of the screen. That screens will take over the world. I feel that's not turning out to be true.
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One of my favorite speeches on design. I'm sharing it to this glass group because I think its relevant to developers who will build innovative apps for +Google Glass. If you haven't seen this definitely check it out. 

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In the past two months, have you seen a spike in scam, spam, or phishing inbound phonecalls? 
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+Wellsfargo Bank​ is set to become the first US bank with widespread smartphone authenticated cardless ATMs.

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The Google Fi service is a pain
I've had the same number since 2006 as a Grandcentral user. After it was acquired by Google, some core features​ for me were stripped, however, I still found utility in the GVoice service.

I recently transferred to Google Fiber, accepted warnings that more features I would be lost. I have since been rewarded by being inundated with spam/fraud calls, daily.
Burned twice, for those counting. It's unbearable.

After years of delight with automated Gmail-Spam-Filter-like controls on inbound calls and screening, Google Fi provides native flagging of spam/fraud phonecalls. This means where spam calls wouldn't reach the ringer, Fi delivers the calls requiring the user to flag it as spam.

Not happy. I don't say this lightly, please heed this warning if you are considering Fi.
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Lot's of Wearables need today: Misfit’s Vapor fitness smartwatch will run Android Wear 2.0. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw2MDrwzk

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As mentioned here regarding dropcam a few weeks ago, upgrade:
Nest's Dropcam and Dropcam Pro cameras are vulnerable to wireless attacks, according to security researcher Jason Doyle; criminals can cause cameras running firmware version 5.2.1 to crash and reboot or to disconnect from a network; Doyle notified Google in October but the issues remain unresolved.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/03/21/nest_security_cameras_bluetooth_burglar/
If you have +Nest​ in your home - cameras, thermostat, smoke alarms - it's time to turn on 2-factor security.
If you have a Dropcam I strongly recommend you upgrade. #IoT #Vault7

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Tesla Model 3: Autopilot is most popular option among reservation holders and 58% want a battery upgrade

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The NOMAD Wearables help the blind "see" through LiDAR
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