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Ray Strode
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lazyweb, somehow google+ has pegged me as someone who cares about the anti-vax movement.  despite me muting every post dealing with vaccination, i still get like 2-3 pro anti-vax posts in my feed as i scroll through.  is there some way to block topics wholesale?
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I turned off "what's hot" years ago and haven't regretted it for a second.
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well it's definitely pretty looking! and the hinge looks like it was given some serious design thought. I don't know if one designer spent 4 years on it, or 8 designers spent 6 months on it or what, but i'm itching for this machine.
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anyone know when this beast starts retailing? http://www.samsung.com/global/ativ/ativbook9plus.html

All I can find looking is vague references to Q3.
ATIV Smart PC combiles the power of a notebook PC and the convenience of a media tablet with a unique and revolutionary convertible design
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Yeah, I want one too. ;) 
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any IBM'ers around?  +Máirín Duffy recently upgraded her phone with sprint, and we're about to lose our "IBM friends & family" discount because we don't know anyone with an @ibm.com address that well anymore (that we can think of).
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Thanks Cliff! I'm all squared away now, though.
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It's all about "waiting for pegatron" essentially. When they get the haswell, then we get Macbook Air's, and Asus Zenbooks, etc. The "sexy" laptops. 
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                                            NOW IT'S YOUR TURN
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wow that's cool
 
Seeing Invisible Motion

This technology could be used for all sorts of things. The example they are using is to monitor a newborns pulse and respiration without actually needing to touch them or attach devices. 

It's amazing what you can find by looking in plain sight! #sciencesunday  

"A 30-second video of a newborn baby shows the infant silently snoozing in its crib, his breathing barely perceptible. But when the video is run through an algorithm that can amplify both movement and color, the baby’s face blinks crimson with each tiny heartbeat."

Source article: http://nyti.ms/XM7beH
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I guess I should probably stop complaining about the inch I have here.
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+Warren Togami Jr. thought you might find this interesting.
 
This is a great story!  I used to spend hours and hours in high school playing around with math problems I never could solve.  Glad to see it when somebody succeeds by just never giving up.
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Caitlín Margaret Strode was born. 9.06 lbs 21" long 
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Best wishes.
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+Matthew Miller Yeah, as opposed to actually gorilla
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Greetings all! Check out this video on upgrading the Chromebook Pixel!
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  • University of Hawaii
    Computer Science, 2000 - 2004
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Cambridgeport, Cambridge, MA - Villa Grove, IL - Clovis, NM - Winterpark, FL - Kenosha, WI - Whidbey Island, WA - Port Hueneme, CA - Murphysboro, IL - Honolulu, HI - Nashua, NH - Somerville, MA
My wife and I had an older model car (1989 Honda Prelude). The car was fine, but we finally wanted to indulge in a new car. We had a few wants: 1) 4 door 2) hatchback 3) subcompact 4) sunroof 5) no leather 6) american company if possible to support the economy 7) not super expensive We weren't expecting to get all of our wants, but those were broad strokes of what we were looking for. We did some research and decided the Fiesta seemed like a good bet. Watertown Ford was the first dealership we went to. Andrew, there, immediately greeted us as we walked up to the entrance. He was very polite and friendly. We told him what we were looking for, told him we were thinking about the Fiesta and he took us to one in his lot that met most of our criteria. He gave us a good deal on the car, gave us a great deal on the trade-in (almost $1400 for the 1989 car). There was some confusion over a $369 "Document Preparation Fee" that we didn't know about or agree to, but we explained we didn't like it, and he worked with us. Overall a good experience, and we've been very happy with the car.
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