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Robert Lewis
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A 20-something writer/intellectual from Northern California and proud employee of Dignity Health
A 20-something writer/intellectual from Northern California and proud employee of Dignity Health

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I've always wondered why drinks with alcohol don't come with nutrition labels. Now I know why they don't. 

#wine   #booze  
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I trusted you....

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Skateboarding #fail  
Skateboarding 101.

Follow +ROFL GIFs for more.

#lol   #lmao   #rofl   #gifs  
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Turn your 404 page into something useful. Why not?
Have you seen Evelina? - Do something amazing with your 404 Page

On our websites, we have a custom code that shows a different missing child every time a 404 Page Not Found is returned. This is done through a simple piece of code from http://notfound.org/

It takes only a few minutes to implement and you can choose from a range of countries to show missing children.

It could mean that one of them are found and returned to their loved ones or protective care.

Watch this video and see how implementing it on your site can make such a difference  ▶ https://vimeo.com/66797403

#missingperson   #missingchildren   #DoSomethingAmazing  
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Nope, this guy's head is not photoshopped.
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From USA TODAY

Minn. signs first smartphone 'kill switch' law

Minnesota signed the first law in the U.S. that requires all smartphones to include a "kill swtich" in an attempt to cut back on theft. Governor Mark Dayton signed the bill into law Wednesday. If a smartphone is lost or stolen, the "kill switch" would remotely disable the phone, making it useless for potential thieves. "This law will help combat the growing number of violent cell phone thefts in Minnesota," said Dayton in a statement. Nearly 1 in 3 robberies in the U.S. involved a cell phone, according to Federal Communications Commission data cited by the governor's office. Smartphone makers have already implemented features that allow users to remotely wipe their devices in the event of loss or theft. Apple's Find My Phone includes an Activation Lock that requires the original Apple ID and password to access, as well as a Remote Wipe to erase all content. Android smartphones include the Device Manager so users can remotely lock and erase their devices.

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From USA TODAY

Google gets requests to be "forgotten"

SAN FRANCISCO — Just days after the European High Court of Justice ruled that people have the "right to be forgotten," Google is getting requests from criminals wanting links to information about their crimes removed. Tuesday's ruling stated that under European privacy laws, individuals can have the right to request search engines remove links to information they feel is no longer relevant. As of Friday, Google had received multiple such requests from Europeans, a source close to the company familiar with the situation told USA TODAY. How the requirement will be implemented isn't yet known. "That's the question that everybody is asking themselves at this point," said Rita Di Antonio, European director for the International Association of Privacy Professionals in Giulianova, Italy.

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