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Further blurring the boundaries between electronic music and rock, Ratatat's self-titled debut album mixes Evan Mast's fractured but propulsive beats and woozy analog synths with Mike Stroud's loud, yet somehow subtle, guitars.
The issue described by below is much more mundane. It's actually a problem in the way Google+ previews web snippets.
A couple of weeks ago we introduced the new Article embed type. You'll notice these posts by their distinctive large-photos with a ragged-edge. This new code caused the problem.
The markup on theblaze.com uses the http://schema.org/NewsArticle markup. That, combined with some other factors causes the preview processing to fail. This issue was reported to us on April 1st and a fix will be released to production early next week.
I opened an issue on our developer site to track this issue since it does affect a handful of other sites that use the NewsArticle markup. Feel free to Star it to receive updates:
results in post blocking when it's either pasted in the link box or pasted in text with the preview image not removed. Others have reported that all firearms-related articles from The Blaze, but not non-firearms-related articles, are blocked.
Something more specific than blocking of firearms-related images is going on, as the Geeks with Guns G+ community would have noticed that a lot sooner than now.
Google has some explaining to do.
The power stealing from the control wiring is a neat technique, but direct power is better.
Le 28 février 1957 apparaissait pour la première fois Gaston Lagaffe, nouvelle recrue de la rédaction du Journal de Spirou telle qu'imaginée par André Franquin.
Aujourd'hui, Gaston fait un stage chez Google France et arrive en trombe sur notre page d'accueil, accompagné de son chat-dingue et de sa mouette rieuse.
Si contrairement à ses collègues Prunelle, Spirou et Fantasio ou à nous même qui l'avons au bureau aujourd'hui, vous ne connaissez pas Gaston :
• Découvrez comment un Doodle est réalisé grace à ce GIF
• Apprenez en plus sur Gaston avec Google : http://goo.gl/mUI7IM ou sur son site officiel http://goo.gl/2wWxsh
Nous nous excusons par avance pour tout bug causé par l'une de ses gaffes.
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