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Peter Bailey
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My little weekend project. It's a website of lists which can be outputted in lots of different formats. http://listio.co
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Awesome! Thank you for explaining, +Peter Bailey . That makes sense.

Talking about country list, I have to give credit to WhatsApp messenger before. They had the most extensive list of countries in the dropdown menu, all the way to the smallest islands. If you ever need a reference for countries, that is the place to go.
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Pebble came
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Wow, she's prettier than I expected.
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Our very first real Dare to Donate campaign :)
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Friend is caught up in this. Disliking America a bit more.
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Stories of my Indian boss racially profiled at American airports 50% of the time..
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I miss 90's internet. Things were simple in those times.
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Indeed it was quite different then. Researchers and scientists actually hung out in public newsgroups (forums didn't exist). Online accounts identified real people. There was no spam. Graphics arrived later so information was king, not splashy designs. (Don't get me started)
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Pebble in Pictures http://bit.ly/1qOB376
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Such a nice day today in East London. Went to Broadway Market for the first time (even though I've been living down the road for 6 months). I had a vegan burger. It was. Interesting.
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Same here. New age fun with a vintage feel.
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Americans be all "IRISH ALL THE THINGS". Irish be all "it's st Patricks day?" 
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"IRISH ALL THE THINGS" also just means paint/dye some stuff green.
Oh, and then drink until you nearly die, but that's quite accurate. ;)
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Feminists and menimists are equally as annoying 
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Yep and I bet I need to pay more dues to join.
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Coder in London • Blogger • Lover of cats, gifs and cat gifs
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I work in digital marketing at Oxford Circus and live in Hackney where I drink coffee, cycle my hipster bike and bond with murals.

I also run with Run Dem Crew (effortlessly cool runners) and Goodgym (running + community work) and generally run as much as I can to explore as much of London as possible.

And if I'm not running to explore I'm exploring to photograph. This occasionally means breaking into derelict buildings to reveal urban jungles or purposely losing one's self to end up in weird unused tunnels.
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Medecins Sans Frontieres
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The Discrimination of Young Developers
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Faced with an incredible amount of university debt, extortionate rent costs and a highly competitive job market new professionals in tech ha

Music video lets users subtly alter scenes
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In collaboration with POWSTER Bombay Bicycle Club have created a unique video which invites it's viewers to subtly change what they're seein

Marshmallow cannon aims for your mouth
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Students studying mechanical and electrical engineering at Olin College, USA have made the dreams of many a reality with their marshmallow s

Vodafone collaborates with Bompas and Parr to switch gunpowder with frui...
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As if the London New Years Eve firework display couldn't abuse any more of your senses Vodafone, who is hosting it this year, in collaborati

How to 3D Tattoo Jelly
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While inspecting a friend's jelly shots (US: jello) for an upcoming party Jeroen Domburg noticed the bubbles which had been caught and held

Incredible photos of an RC plane loaded with LED’s
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roballoba over at Instructables has merged his love of remote control planes, photography and light effects to create something we've not se

The First 3Doodler Artists Emerge
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When our 3Doodler arrived last month the thing was ripped from it's packaging and put to work building mega structures, sculptures and trink

Is this the answer to teenage knife crime?
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Kris Temmerman in Antwerp, Belgium is lucky enough to own a house with a shop window. Unfortunately his area is plagued by youths who loiter

7 Inappropriate, Weird and Creepy Hardware Hacks
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Asshole Doorbell. Hans Eichbaum makes no reference to the casing of his homemade smart doorbell which appears to be the buttock of a beloved

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Surprise! Man finds himself in audience full of people he saved as child...
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(TruthSeekerDaily) Sir Nicholas Winton organized the rescue and passage to Britain of about 669 mostly Jewish Czechoslovakian children desti

Motorola’s Resurgence – “Hello Moto”
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Remember the good old days when Motorola was current and considered by all to be hip. After years of failed attempts trying to adapt to an e

AirDroid
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Your Android, on the Web AirDroid is a free and fast app that helps you manage your Android from a desk web browser, all over the air. AirDr

Converse Exhibit Their Hacked Shoes
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Earlier this year the hacker community had their tummies rubbed by Converse who invited them to mod their Chuck Taylor All Star Hi Tops in t

Root Checker
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How we made a Twitter powered bubble machine
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Electronic gizmo's and do-da's were piling up in my locker at work and not doing much beyond perpetuating my nerd image, so I thought I'd ro

Now you can print your vines with Gifpop
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Everyone loves gifs. Everyone. But sometimes you want to physically put the gif in front of someone's face as well as emailing it to them. B

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Depression Part Two
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I played out all the same story lines that had been fun before, but the meaning had disappeared. Horse's Big Space Adventure transformed int

The falafel version of subway. It's quick and easy but the portions aren't massive and no one really told me how the whole thing worked (almost walked off without filling my roll with food). Probably won't go back since I was hungry after eating it, but will keep the option open as a last resort.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
I'd walked past this place many times because it looks like a chain on the outside (sorry). But the inside is far more friendly with interesting tiles lining the checkout. I had a Kofta wrap which was small but very tasty.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
Finding this place wasn't the easiest thing; hidden behind a massive wooden door and below ground. But I really liked this place. Possibly my most favourite cocktail bar in London. The cocktail makers were standing in a sunken area so people seated at the bar didn't have to look up (handy). Comfy sofas were plentiful, although we chose a table with a broken chair which I promptly fell through. My cocktail was amazing and I especially liked the story of each in the menu. This is the first place I will recommend when asked for a cocktail bar.
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Atmosphere: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
From the outside you'd think this cafe is a greasy spoon for the local builders. You'd never imagine that it's an Italian restaurant and an institute. They say that if you ask they'll make you anything. I'd never tested this but it's nice to think they would.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
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I'm not a big fan of ale, but their Hackney Hopster was probably the nicest beer I've had. All their drinks are brewed right next to the bar and you can even see it through a window as you drink. The interior is mostly ply wood, but it feels more makeshift and hipster rather than cheap. I was starving, so I decided to try their chicken stew. Again - best stew I've ever had. Amazing that a bar could make something so nice. Really want to go back.
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
After wandering around Soho for 30 minutes we were glad to find Hix was fairly empty. I'd previously been to the downstairs cocktail bar and knew the standards were high (most expensive cocktail I've had in London). £17 for fish fingers was a big steep in my opinion, but they were nicely cooked with a home made pea puree. For desert I had 'Credit Crunch Icecream', which was novel and tasty. Go if you're looking for a posh night.
Atmosphere: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
I walked into this restaurant and was greeted with genuine friendliness. I commented on this on Twitter to which they read and came to thank me. It was excruciatingly embarrassing but very nice of them. It would have been awkward if the food was terrible, but actually it was the nicest lunch I'd had for a while.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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