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Raffaele Porrini
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Sometimes your friends just need an attitude adjustment.

Share a smile, they're free!
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Missed the Google shoes yesterday
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OMG !! Clever Advertisement by Micromax . Best Newspaper ad SERIOUSLY .
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You surely want to run Android on your PC right ?
I get a lot of PMs regarding the tutorial so here i bring the best way according to me .I cant explain each and every bit so its an overview .You will feel a little geeky when you are doing this but you will surely enjoy .

Create a virtual Android phone on your PC. As you are aware, one can install multiple virtual PCs — running on different operating systems — using a virtualisation software such as VirtualBox.(Get it here : http://www.virtualbox.org)

Once the VirtualBox is installed, to generate a virtual Android, download the Android image(Here : http://www.android-x86.org/)


Now, from the VirtualBox interface, create a new virtual machine using this Android image and install the Android OS on it.

Before running the Android virtual machine, choose the option ‘Create a fake SD card' for creating a virtual SD card. Once this Android machine is loaded, access the ‘Machine' option (from the ‘ VirtualBox Manager'), and select the option ‘Disable mouse integration'. This will enable you to access the virtual Android with your mouse. Now click on the Android window, press ‘Capture' button and you are on your virtual Android.

Once on the Android, initially you will see the Android lock screen with an arrow; just drag the arrow icon to the opposite side for opening the phone's menu screen. On this virtual Android home screen, you will find several application icons. Access the option ‘Applications' from the ‘Settings' button and enable the option ‘Accept applications from unknown sources'. Also, link your virtual phone to your Gmail account (via the ‘Account and Sync' option).
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http://www.reincorp.it/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=1855
Accorrete gente: nell'ambito di GiocaRoma 2011, venerdì 9 e domenica 11 settembre serve gente per il fantastico "FACCHINI LIVE EDIZIONE 2011": tanti fantastici giochi a base di :
- Pulizia pista
- Montaggio e smontaggio tavoli e sedie
- Allestimento di fantastiche tovaglie di carta colorate
- Trasporto con camion

Badate bene: abbiamo camion e tovagliette colorate, come potete resistere? accorrete numerosi, più siamo e prima finiamo :D
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Geek Peek of the day.
Whenever I see something interesting on Google+ and want to share it, I generally try to find a link back to the original content creator.

How I sleuthed out the origins of this photo is a fun illustration of the complexies of "authorship" on the web today. What I usually do is take advantage of the Google Goggles feature that was relatively recently added to Google Image Search. When you go to http://images.google.com, you'll see a little camera link at the end of the search box. If you click on it, you can enter the URL of a photo or upload a photo to search for. It's amazing how many different places this image now lives on the web.

Working from the premise that first appearance of a piece of media on the web is a decent (if flawed) measure of "authorship" for non-blockbuster content, I found the image below by looking at publishing dates for each of the images in the search result: http://piccsy.com/2011/08/google-geek-clock/ That site also has a lot of other cool clocks. But upon closer examination, lo and behold, it says in fine print the photo was uploaded via Google+ by +Sidney Cardoso. :-)

From my research looking at similar images, I'm pretty sure this is just a mashup of the logo with the real clock (which doesn't seem to actually be for sale), but it fun none the less. :-)
https://plus.google.com/103662740180299675749/posts/UwFXbe7HRQq
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Google to add payment by Paypal on Android Market this October.
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