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Norman Ma
Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lives in Boston, Massachusetts
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A water activity safety device proposal at Indigogo, via +Yuji Naka 
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Might lead to a rash of dislocated shoulders.
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Artificial Intelligence computer scientist doing good, +Peter Norvig​ ...
 
Let's do this together. Give $1 and I will match it for 'Serum Therapy Cure For Ebola Patients'. https://onetoday.google.com/m/yeeuwuuj
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A performance measurement source for your web applications... how many layers of software are in your web application?
Run a free website speed test from around the globe using real browsers at consumer connection speeds with detailed optimization recommendations.
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What are going out and coming into your computer through the web browser? Use the fiddler application to shed light on what your web applications are doing.
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Can I use R on Chrome for Android? Here's a place for answers...
CSS · ::selection CSS pseudo-element · :placeholder-shown CSS pseudo-class · @font-face Web fonts · Blending of HTML/SVG elements · calc() as CSS unit value · 2.1 selectors · background-attachment · background-blend-mode · background-position edge offsets · box-decoration-break ...
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You have my permission. In fact, i dont know anybody who would object. Good luck and let us know how you went.
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43 Quintillion permutations too easy?

The standard 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube has a lot of permutations (43,252,003,274,489,856,000 to be exact), but that’s not challenging enough for some.  One person decided to solve a 17x17x17 cube, designed by puzzle designer Oskar van Deventer (http://goo.gl/uhMwV3), which has 6.69 x 10^1054 permutations. That’s a lot of zeros!

Check out the time-lapse video from  Kenneth Brandon (+RedKB)  on YouTube, where he solves this “supercube” in a mere 7.5 hours.
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The frontier of future computing circa 1969, via +David McKeever  
 
The future of computing, circa 1969, with the Univac 9400.
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Adventure and Star Trek, great entertainment for hours at the computer laboratory... +Walter Hawn 
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Read code and a system check. The Internet of Things #IoT to come...
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Good old Norman
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New pricing for Google Earth Pro, via +Marcelo Camelo
 
Over the last 10 years, businesses, scientists and hobbyists from all over the world have been using Google Earth Pro for everything from planning hikes to placing solar panels on rooftops. Google Earth Pro has all the easy-to-use features and detailed imagery of Google Earth, ...
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Visualization of prime number distribution in [1, 1000000] via +Ciro Villa , see any patterns?
 
Each white pixel represents a prime number counting left to right, top to bottom
Every prime number up to 1,000,000 (1000*1000). Each white pixel represents a prime number counting left to right, top to bottom.
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Looks like white noise..
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Identifying, creating, and developing future software
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Developing smarter and more useful software to support daily human activities. Using technology to expand human possibilities and decrease complexity.


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Boston, Massachusetts
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College Station, Texas - East Palo Alto, California - Dallas, Texas - Houston, Texas - Knoxville, Tennessee - Chicago, Illinois
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  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Texas A&M University
    Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Computer Science
  • Southern Methodist University
    Master of Business Administration
  • University of Tennessee at Knoxville
    Master of Science in Computer Science
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