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#ILoveTabletop - Shut Up & Take My Money

Not only are +Felicia Day & +Wil Wheaton awesome, entertaining folks, but TableTop has helped me discover games I never would have encountered before, and directly contributed to many fun evenings with my friends over the last couple of years. The least I could do is contribute towards getting another season. 

(Seriously, I'd never played Catan, Tsuro, Small World, Ticket to Ride or Munchkin before watching Tabletop.)
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It is a great show that I think has been very good for board games.
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Wish I could find +Dia Frampton covers on Spotify. I'd listen all day and get my mood reset. 
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Super useful since Spring is already here in full force. Now we can just figure out how to make it refill itself...
 
Nothing better than a beautiful day outside and a chill drink in your hand. Here's how: portable fridge pouch. www.uhaul.com/MovingSupplies/Storage-solutions/Fridge-Pouch?mid=462&utm_campaign=UhaulSM&utm_source=gplus&utm_medium=MovingSupplies

#SpringBreak #outdoors
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Yes, yes yes!

(I'll have what she's having.)

I'd love it if we had Google Fiber available in Phoenix. Better quality and better price than what we're getting from Cox. Sign me up. 
 
We're excited to start discussions with the Phoenix area to bring Google Fiber there. Share this graphic to let your neighbors know the news. Learn more and sign up for updates: http://goo.gl/AqL6me
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Registered for the Blacklight Run in April. Seems like something not exactly in my comfort zone, but still fun and productive, so why the hell not? 
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How Social affects SEO but not algorithmically

I'd say "great post by +AJ Kohn", but if you subscribe to Blind Five Year Old, you've already come to expect the type of article that cuts through the confusion and gives you the what/where/why about online marketing. 

I had originally thought I'd write more about this on my own blog, but after sharing the post and discussing it with my team, I don't have much more of value to add on the topic at this time. Thus, I figured the least I could do is share it here, and hopefully 1 or 2 creators follow me and get inspired. 

At the bare minimum, anyone who's stuck in the desert like me should appreciate a graph about ice cream. 
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Featuring TNB All-Star Rilandune, probably our most professional episode to date. 
 
Fresh episode with special guest +Vincent Minnucci 

We get an insider-perspective on Heroes of the Storm, discuss the DotA2 documentary Free2Play, and Diablo III: Reaper of Souls. 

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Special Guest Rilandune (HotSCast & Heroically Random) dishes on Heroes of the Storm vs League of Legends in this week's episode.
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Quick list of things I'm digging this week:
+Chance The Rapper, The Weeknd, Broken Bells
- Cosmos w/ +Neil deGrasse Tyson 
- East of West, Saga & Alex + Ada
- +Diablo 
...and more after the jump
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Test for Joe Carter to see me talking about +Collegeboxes Storage-Shipping
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Seems very odd the way the video was edited and somewhat lackluster in the end, but I'm still not clear why we're supporting the games and the IOC's decision. Then again, given the negative economic impact of hosting, and old media standards of presenting the games here in the US, the entire set-up is a vestige of a dying system. 
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The old media way of presenting things does confuse me. Only 3 hours of coverage a day on NBC? I am never going to pay for cable again, so why not just sell me an "Olympic Pass" for $20 and let me stream everything?
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By Day
Ryan is an in-house web analyst and inbound marketer for UHI, leading our team responsible for local optimization, content development, process improvement, and tacos. 

By Night
He's the Batman. 

No, really. 

Ok, ...not really. 

Founded in 2008, Ryan's blog RelevantWit.com, occasionally covers topics from culture to urbanism, and is mostly a document on the rambling life of a young man in a New American city.

As co-host of the LeetSauced gaming podcast, Ryan (under his gaming handle "Viktory") has been delighting fans with irreverent discussions about min-maxing, theorhetical economics, and craft beers. His latest project Vik & Ray in the Morning carries much of the same tone, covering a wider range of topics in smaller doses for your morning commute. 

Reads: Sci-Fi, Marketing, Fantasy, Economics, Comics, Comics, Comics, Interwebs
Watches: Dr. Who, Game of Thrones, HIMYM, Sherlock, Newsroom
Eats: organic, whole foods...but also pizza & tacos
Plays: PC - MMOs, MOBAs & RTS | Console: RPGs, Madden & FIFA | Board: Ticket to Ride, Catan, CaH. 
Lives: CenPho
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Beat Super Mario Bros 2 & 3.
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Phoenix, AZ - toledo, oh - caribou, me
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Blacklight Run - Phoenix
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What is Blacklight Run™?​ ​Blacklight Run™ is a unique night experience focused less on speed and more on glow-in-the-dark fun with friends

This Job as an Entrepreneur | The Mack Web Blog
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Being an entrepreneur and a mom is a daily exercise in mental and emotional strength. Like parenting, it’s a lesson in self-awareness and pe

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Project Fiona Concept PC Gaming Tablet by Razer

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Yahoo! Babel Fish provides free online text and web page language translation tools!

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Monday, March 19, 2012 at 9:06 PM. Webmaster Level: Beginner to Intermediate To help you avoid common mistakes webmasters face with regard t

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The House of Ideas and home to the Avengers.

Bastion
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Bastion is an action RPG experience that redefines storytelling in games, with a reactive narrator who marks your every move.

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There is an effort to reward ratio with everything. If you want the reward, make the commitment to set aside time for innovation and do it.

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As a resident of the apartment complex that Fair Trade is attached to, I really wanted to enjoy this place, and before several other coffee shops were opened nearby, I made due with what Fair Trade offered. I agree with the "fair trade" ethic they espouse on paper, but once you're in the cafe, it feels like it's a very closed off place for anyone who's not in the activist community. For a coffee shop, they have really good sandwiches. Unfortunately, the staff gives you the impression that they are very put-off anytime they have to make food or pour drinks. Their pastries look homemade but taste like they were made off-site a while ago and their coffee is consistently weak and flavorless. Being the nearest coffee-shop to the Central & Roosevelt Light Rail, I would occasionally get a drink while waiting for the next train to come, but between poor, slow service and an inferior quality of product, I much rather walk the extra blocks to Lola on 3rd & Roosevelt or wait until I get to work and use the Keurig.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Among the best carne asada tacos you will ever find; although I wish they would bring back the Double-Check Ranch beef they used to use. The Naco is an amazing sandwich; perfectly grilled rib-eye, farm-fresh free-range egg yolk oozing through the steak, and avacado to supply that creaminess that compliments the grilled meat. I once gave up beef for Lent and not being able to eat a taco or sandwich from Gallo Blanco was probably the hardest part of that 40-day commitment. Service can be lack-luster, we've had problem with large parties and lunch groups, seems like they have a lot of staff that is always rather busy somewhere else.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The food at Crepe Bar is always beyond reproach. The chef is a mad genius, and if you're even slightly adventurous, you are certain to be rewarded with a terrific approach to great, fresh ingredients prepared in a clever and insightful manner. We have brought friends & family here, and Crêpe Bar is now one of the go-to places I take visitors from out of town. 5 of 5, would buy again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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As artisan sandwiches in Phoenix go, Pane Bianco is not to be beat. Starting with bread that is baked fresh, on premises, daily, you get the fresh-from-the-oven texture that is only provided by a wood-fire oven. Stop in, see what's on the menu that day and enjoy a healthy share of variety in your life as you try the market sandwich with excellently sourced ingredients you won't find in any other sandwich shop. I haven't dined-in since they took over the space formerly occupied by Lux, and the patio is uniquely derelict in it's appearance, but that's part of the sparse charm of the place. Stop in, get a phenomenal sandwich, and be happy you decided to treat yourself instead of eating processed meats & cheese at some chain shop. (Not sure why other review said this was "near the Heard Museum", as the Museum is 2 full miles south of here, and there are lots of other reasons you might be in Midtown Phoenix and hungry for a sandwich.)
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago