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Patrick Pecoraro
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This is so freaking awesome. This chip even supports 10GbpsE.
Thunderbolt 3 integrates USB 3.1, optional 100W power delivery, 5K @ 60Hz display.
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well played.
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I don't usually pay attention to stuff from linked in but this is a good one.

http://www.vox.com/2015/5/22/8639717/reid-hoffman-the-alliance
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I will go back one day.
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As we continue our exploration of deep space, we must find alternative power sources when sunlight is not available. We're investigating the use of fission power as an alternate way to sustain a presence in the dark. 
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One port to rules them all! Now if we can just integrate ethernet all will be right with the world.
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well this is an issue.
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The bucket is stuck and there were air pockets in the mix.
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Fake!!!!!!!! No fucking way that's possible! My X8 Can only lift 5 kilos and its an eighth that size. Plus standing on top of something like that with blades going that fast is ludicrous.
A Canadian inventor has set a new benchmark for awesome, and a Guinness World Record in the process, by hovering a distance of almost 300 metres across a Canadian lake on a home-made hoverboard. The irony here is that the hoverboards in Back to The...
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HOw well does it handle different sized foods though. not all tomatoes carrots or apples are the same size. What about odd shapped potatoes?
 
A robot master chef capable of cooking 2,000 recipes could soon be available for a sum of 10,000 British pounds.
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Well, this is neat.  Tiny, simple ion engines that scale way down (the pictured prototype is 10x10x2 cm).  Interplanetary cubesats, anyone?
Accion Systems to test compact modular thrusters for the tiniest of satellites
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Every photograph is rectangular, photographers rarely if ever going away, from that shape. Society also seems to be trapped in a boxy world rarely going away from those right angles. Nature how ever is all about the circle or sphere. We see through circular eyes, we live on a  spherical planet. Flowers, and fruit are circular or spherical. So why is it that humanity must make every thing into a single box. The lens on the camera is circular producing a circular image. The camera industry how ever crops that off and makes a box. No matter what form the composition takes in a photographers' photograph it will always be confined to that one rectangle. Humanity always seems to be trying to bend nature to their own will. But Nature at times, will come back at humanity and break up these boxes. Photography that shows nature absorbing humanity and their boxes will begin to fix this trend. While not initially breaking the rectangular photograph or the composition to fit in that square. Photographs of man kinds legacy slowly decaying and being absorbed by the natural world starts to bring balance to the one box ways of humanity. The rest must come from the photographer breaking off from the norm, perhaps building his or her own camera. Or creating new compositions from many different shapes or combinations there of.


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Do Tech Support at the NASA Johnson Space Center
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  • University of Nebraska at Omaha
    Continuing Studies, 2011 - 2012
  • Metropolitan Community College
    Commercial Still Photography, 2006 - 2009
  • University of Nebraska at Omaha
    Pre Engineering, 2005 - 2006
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