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Woodpecker work. Big branch of a Eucalyptus came down during a recent storm. It had multiple problems including this hole I suspect may be the work of woodpeckers. Is it a nest?
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It is a Eucalyptus hard wood. This is a puzzle I wish I had photo of other side which clearly showed woodpecker work. 
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Tell me a story. #found
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OBEY.
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QUOTE: But what we are building with artificial reality is an internet of experiences. What you share in VR or MR gear is an experience. What you encounter when you open a magic window in your living room is an experience. What you join in a mixed-reality teleconference is an experience. To a remarkable degree, all these technologically enabled experiences will rapidly intersect and inform one another.
Virtual reality is posed to become a fundamental technology, and outfits like Magic Leap have an opportunity to become some of the largest companies ever.
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Can we some how install this in cross walks?  It would cut down on fatalities: I keep seeing people decide to cross against oncoming traffic, then they slow down mid-street to check something on their phone (hilariously, they often put their phone away once they're safely across on the sidewalk again)...they're just lucky I'm not similarly checking my phone.
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If only... PlayerFM maintained a short list of say the most recent ten or so things I've listened to so when I accidentally mark an episode played there is a trivial way to find it and resume listening.
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Notice!
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No! tice.
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Ok then.
Although snarky comments can cause conflict, a little verbal irony also stimulates new ideas
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Note the dateline on that article. It hasn't been published yet!
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I am experimenting with Telegram as a messaging program. It's more secure than many alternatives, and is simple and easy to use. It supports private conversations if you need them, although I have not tried that feature.

https://telegram.org/dl
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+Jake Weisz no, but I don't do my banking over it.
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Barbaric. Those responsible but be prosecuted. How can this happen in a civilized society.
After five days of laboring alone, ignored by guards, Tara Rhodes was shackled and transported five hours to another prison, when she delivered a stillborn, according to a new suit.
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I'm horrified.
I would guess that some or all of her jailers are pro lifers, but they weren't pro life enough to save her baby or were just totally (and inexcusably) ignorant.
It is also unpleasant that there were two ads in the article, one for sauna that I think had a man relaxing in it and the other involved a man playing golf.
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+Jim Soriano​ Please clarify
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Looks more like a house ☺😁😂
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Speaks to a pet peeve of mine.
 
How the average triumphed over the median and why that could be skewing what we know of the world. 
The average has triumphed as the primary statistic of our time. We explore how the average came to dominate how we talk about data, and whether we would be better off using the median.
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+Michael J. Coffey​ median is more meaningful because extreme values have much less effect. Thus median in most cases provides greater predictive value.
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