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Owen Iverson
Works at Superstructures Engineers + Architects
Attended University of Florida
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Beach Wolf Spider, Arctosa littoralis, fam. Lycosidae, taken 6/29/15, on Minnesota Point, Duluth MN, by Cary Schmies 
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so, the clip is comedy gold in itself, but wait for the outtro. god damn.
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Some cool background tunes.
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The Life.
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for all the 20 year old deniers.
A script for the original Star Wars was found by a librarian at the University of Brunswick.  The script proves that Han Solo (Harrison Ford) shot Greedo first.  Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca, posted his own version of the Star Wars script on his Facebook, and as you can see, it too collaborates that Han…
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Each construction material has unique building methods & 3D models should reflect these. http://autode.sk/1Gjp2wF #Revit
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That is 100% true....not only stupidity
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I occasionally will write a long article. This article is, I have to say, longer than even what I would write. But it explains a tremendous number of really important things extremely clearly: power production and use, the history of cars, how these things all fit together, and how Tesla is trying to change that. There's no way I could give you a useful short summary, because the point of this article is that, by the time you're done reading it, you'll understand all of the things well enough that you can join in very serious conversations about them.

So don't feel compelled to read this at one sitting -- but this is an article you may want to bookmark, and read bit by bit, because by the time you reach the end, you'll have learned a lot.
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And here I thought that I was giving up my right against unlawful search and seizure and personal privacy for the NSA to ensure our um... national security.

I guess this demonstrates that the NSA is useless. But, like the big banks that couldn't properly run thier business, we'll just turn a blind eye to it and move on.

#ridiculous   #malfeasance  
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awesome. go throw some money at this.
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Information Manager
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Organizing and optimizing like crazy to enable 100% data integrity and reduce redundancy and wasted time.
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  • Superstructures Engineers + Architects
    Information Manager, present
  • Klar & Klar Architects
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Brooklyn, NY
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Hudson, WI - Chicago, IL - St. Paul, MN - St. Simons Island, GA - St. Petersburg, FL - Clearwater, FL
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If you have enough data, there usually *is* one correct way to do things.
Introduction
Before you read anything, go take 4 minutes and watch this video about how awesome human engineers are - this video shows hows an accelerometer works and more awesomely, how it's actually made! (an accelerometer is the thing that tells your phone when to rotate the screen)

An eternal optimist, I'm extremely excited to be alive at this point in human history. The internet is the final step in the evolution of communication, but the first step to a greater collective human intelligence than we can possibly imagine. One person to one person by the fireside, to one person to many in village squares, to one person to many more people via printing presses and distributed literature, to radio broadcasts and finally to televised visuals across the planet, we have only ever had a unidirectional format of distribution. But in *only* the past 20 years (20 years!!!) we have gained the ability of every (connected) person to be heard and be able to reply to every other person on the planet. If you're not completely floored by that concept (and even more amazed to have witnessed it come about) then you're really missing something great.

Thanks to our 24/7, emotion-based info-tainment media machine, we see way more about the world than at any other time in history. And depending on who you're watching for your information, this can be a great problem for the larger population.

If you find yourself getting mad at a news article, there's a very real chance that you're being manipulated by that media outlet. Step back and try to empathize and truly understand what it would be like to be on the other side. Think about how the other side grew up, what their parents were like, how they eat, sleep and go to the bathroom (the basic problems of every human on the planet). If you can think about that (without making sophmoric, juvenile jokes) then you're one step closer to understanding *why* you disagree and not simply disagreeing "because they're just wrong".

We need more understanding as we face this deluge of information. The beauty is that you can understand almost anything you want, thanks to the internet.


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The secret to Google+ is Communities, not your existing social circle of friends. Join tons of communities that interest you and participate heavily in them - comment, post links and share content. You'll be rewarded with a whole new circle of friends that grows organically, and is probably way more interesting than your current social (dare I say) echo chamber??
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Chill at 8pm on a Saturday. I know it gets crazy, but it's all good.
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Was amazing, then they recently sold it and it seems the new staff just kinda half-asses things. Meh. Food is still fine, but with the old ambiance, this place rocked.
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Convenient, but the self-check out machines would consistently double charge or not scan, then wouldn't register that you put your item in the bag. Had one employee make eye contact then walk away. The machines seem to have gotten better lately...
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For a Saturday at 7pm, it's pretty empty which i love. I may swing by at a more popular time and check it out.
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The food is always amazing.
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Completely fine. Service was fine, chili cheese dog was really good, I've had good burgers here. And the beer selection is pretty huge and wide ranging. I've come here when there's no one here and its a chill place. Lately it seems there's a bit of coke hook ups in the men's room. And the Jumbo Wings were fairly emaciated.
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