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Rob Huddleston
Works at Art Institutes of California - Sacramento
Attended University of Colorado at Boulder
Lives in Sacramento, CA
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My phone - a Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 - prompted me to update Cyanogenmod. I did it, getting 10.1-20130121, and when it came back in all seemed to be fine except I no longer have any access to anything Google. All of the gapps instantly crash if I try to launch them. When I go into Settings->Accounts, I don't have an option to add a Google account. I've seen other places that suggest that you can reinstall the gapps, but I can't open the Play Store either. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. 
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I think we have all been down this road at some point.
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Huh. Google+ just suggested that I add myself to my circles. Turns out I have 6 people in common with me, so I guess that's good.
So kidding aside: I guess I somehow got 2 accounts? Now what?
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My second account showed up because of Gapps. But I do G+ through my personal Gmail.
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Yay! Finally remembered that I do in fact have 2 Google accounts, so I was able to post a note over there to have those people stop following me and instead follow ... uh ... me. 
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Today's project: build a scale model of the Solar System with the kids. #geekdad
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  • Art Institutes of California - Sacramento
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  • Suntech
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  • Sterling Ledet
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Sacramento, CA
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Northglenn, CO
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Rob Huddleston has been developing web pages and applications since 1994, and has been an instructor since 1999, teaching web and graphic design to thousands of students. His clients have included the United States Bureau of Land Management, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the States of California and Nevada and many other federal, city and county agencies; the United States Army and Air Force; Fortune 500 companies such as AT&T, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Safeway, and Coca-Cola; software companies including Adobe, Oracle, Intuit and Autodesk; the University of California, San Francisco State University, and the University of Southern California; and hundreds of small businesses and non-profit agencies. Rob is an Adobe Certified Instructor, Certified Expert, and Certified Developer, serves as an Adobe User Group Manager, has been named as an Adobe Community Expert for his volunteer work answering user questions in online forums and also helps users as an expert moderator on Adobe’s Community Help system. Rob lives in Northern California with his wife and two children.
Rob is the author of XML: Your visual blueprint™ to creating expert websites using XML, CSS, XHTML, and XSLT; HTML, XHTML and CSS: Your visual blueprint™ to creating efficient websites; Master VISUALLY: Dreamweaver CS4 and Flash CS4 Professional and ActionScript 3.0: Your visual blueprint™ to creating interactive projects in Flash CS4 Professional, all published by Wiley Press. You can visit Rob’s blog at www.robhuddleston.com, or follow him on Twitter: @robhuddles.
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Hotel is very nice. Rooms have both an exterior and interior door, which was cool, but the windows, somewhat oddly, all face the interior courtyard so you don't get any direct sunlight. The pool is indoor and actually warm. On the other hand, the WiFi is so slow as to be unusable and the beds are uncomfortably soft.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Clean, comfortable hotel. Nice indoor pool. On the outskirts of town so close to the sites but still quiet.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Staff was nice, hotel was clean. However, it's right off the highway , so half of the rooms, including ours, directly face the highway and are noisy. The pool is warm but small, with no where to sit without getting splashed if you aren't swimming but want to be there with your kids. Hotel advertises "high speed WiFi" but that is a flat out lie. I'm used to hotel internet being slow, but I expect to be able to connect at least. An hour after complaining to the front desk, a third party tech support person called and was unable to create a connection for me. The hotel is grossly overpriced for what you get. I'd recommend against staying there if you're in Alamosa.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great food, but incredibly poor service. They'd rather let the line go out the door than open a second register, and a wait of 20+ minutes for food isn't unusual.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
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Very nice hotel. Beds were comfortable, room was clean and quiet. It has both an indoor and an outdoor pool, but a sudden rain shower meant we couldn't enjoy the outdoor pool for very long. The buffet restaurant, while expensive, was also quite good. We aren't gamblers so didn't visit the casino. We would definitely stay at the hotel again if visiting Santa Fe.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Decent hotel. Nothing special, nothing awful. Price was fine for what we got. Close to the major sites. The only downside is that they don't have a pool. We'd consider staying again if visiting Los Alamos.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago