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Unwritten rules of the Internet...

If you've read the book, comic or seen the film, TV show. Never give away the end game in a general open forum (ie social media). Just chat on the forums dedicated to those things.

That will help those of use who don't know the end game, and want to keep it that way, avoid accidentally finding out.

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Awesome, may not look it, but this is incredibly.
[Throwing a torch in Virtual Reality] 
This seems like a bigger achievement than it looks : Two guys basically blindfolded, using a digital representation as their basis of motor functions like throwing/catching. Pretty wicked.

The speed of the calculations occuring here is absolutely mind-blowing.
Person A starts to move arm - computer A sends information displaying arm movements and torch location. computer B receives the information and displays it for Person B. All fast enough for Person B to actually physically catch the torch. The simulated times and distances and RL times and distances have to be within an extremely low margin to successfully catch a thrown object.
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Strangely, this is when the split was most noticeable.

The music became "Berlin" on Seasons End with Marillions new line up back in 1989. The lyrics became "Family Business" on Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors, Fish's first solo album. Clearly, a split in direction for music and lyrics, band and vocalist. And to be fair both the resultant songs from the split are better than this recording. 
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Just in the mood for some classic Marillion. 
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Definitely some of this going on last night... 😉
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First of the night. 
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Would love to try this, very handy for recces of venues 
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I love that America has discovered real beer. Some really interesting stuff happening over the pond which is slowly making its way to the UK.

I pretty much cut my beer teeth on stronger ales like Old Peculiar, Old Tom amongst others. But I do also enjoy a traditional bitter or mild, some great flavours to be had at the lower end of the real ale scale.

Now days it's a good IPA to enjoy an evening in the pub. 
A growing number of breweries are scrambling to meet consumer demand by offering craft beers with higher alcohol content.
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Quite like volleyball. 
Welcome to the border between the US and Mexico. Home to numerous migrant deaths every year, snarling police officers – and the most subversive game of volleyball in the world.
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I like a bit of this and bit of that, love photography, love mountains, love wildlife. Love my family. I like people, what makes them tick. How they interact, how they create the social world, and how the social world creates them. 

Absolutely, fascinated by social networking and how it reflects the real world. It's not just about the networking, for me its all about the social and psychological. That's the Behavioural Scientist in me.

Looking for inspiration, looking to inspire

Some confessions. I role play, yes D&D (in all its forms, from basic thro' advance, and even dabbled in 4th edition). I also play Call of Cthulhu, Paranoia and a couple of other games on and off.

Plus I paint Warhammer figures.

I play WoW, and enjoy a good 3rd or 1st person shooter on the Xbox 360...


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*London Region* to be appointed
*Midlands Region+Matt Obrey   
*South East Region* +Gerard Charnley  
*South West Region+Heidi Anne Morris  
*North West* +john Lefebvre & +Steve Gill
*North East* +Simon Grew
*Scotland* +Andy Stuart


*ANGLIA* - #angliauk 

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*SOUTH EAST* #southeastuk 

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Google+ users I recommend:

+Colby Brown  - inspiring landscape photographer and G+ legend
+Robert Scoble - G+ expert and social media guru
+Helen Sotiriadis - just the most creative photographer
+Jarek Klimek - well it was his idea, and a bloody good idea at that.
+Alan Shapiro - ever wanted to tell a story in one portrait - this photographer does.
+David Armano - great thinker and sharer of thoughts
+Ben Fullerton - this man eats climbing rope
+Elena Kalis - stunning images
+Trey Ratcliff - he does this thing with HDR
+Kieran O'Connor - Seacapes, Austrailian, rugged Beard
+Nicole S. Young - writes exceedingly good books about exceedingly good photography
+Mike Shaw   - UK photographer with a particularly nice hat!
+Heidi Anne Morris - Creative Photographer & 


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Excellent cottage and location for relaxing family holiday.
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Local hipster hangout, with coffee and muffins.
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Really friendly, great brew. Loads of character.
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One time best pub in Wallasey, and not far off it now.
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Excellent castle, well worth a visit.
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Great food. Great Staff
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