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Scott Lawson
Works at QAD
Attended California State University, Fullerton
Lives in Claremont, CA
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A lot of time and effort was put into this image to categorize the many examples of irrational nonsense.
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+Alexander Verharen  For some, "beer" would be in the intersection of pseudoscience and religion! Where alchemy is . . .
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Art in the garden! +Tiffany C @rsabg
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Beautiful.
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okay I ran into the San Dimas bicycle race on my little spin this morning! #throughglass
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Hello GAT Folk!

Anyone know if you can use GAT to monitor Google+ Hangout activity? I see G+ posts and shares, but not hangouts which are a big part of G+ for us.
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Watch this space ....
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Let us all remember to watch the watchers! #sousveillance  
 
Best gif ever. 
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I was wrong . . . I thought they would have lowered the price for general sale. Still $1500. R.I.P. Explorers program!
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Today, April 15 at 9 a.m. ET, everyone in the U.S. will be able to buy Google Glass.
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You never did, +Keith Roberts? I sent it, but Google is sometimes a black hole . . . but sometimes very responsive. Are you gonna buy today?
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Listening to this great album tonight while catching up on work . . . the vinyl is on the shelf but I can play this in my browser and think what a long distance voyage I am from high school, thank goodness!
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Ugh, I am waiting for the next version . . . tea!
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I can see great possibilities here...I can see the logical "cloud" upgrade path to a steamed milk addition...and since we're corporate customers, I'd expect a conduit to every cube (me first!) increased productivity and more work for plumbers to stimulate the economy. Win-Win!
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There are a few native plants in the photo, but the nice aspect is the native geology! My friend Eric N. took this photo a few weeks ago when it was raining here in So. Cal. Are rare event this year. Hoping for rain tomorrow! #rain   #geology  
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Take that NSA!
Starting today, Gmail will always use an encrypted HTTPS connection when you check or send email. Gmail has supported HTTPS since the day it launched, and in 2010 we made HTTPS the default. Today's change means that no one ca...
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I was making reference to allegations that even when encrypted with SSL, NSA could decrypt email communication because they had created a backdoor into the encryption standard. An allegation denied by the NIST.
This touches on it a little: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dual_EC_DRBG
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    Director of IT Architecture, 2000 - present
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Kona, HI - San Juan Capistrano, CA - Mission Viejo, CA - Los Angeles, CA - Groton, MA - Kansas City, MO - Flint, MI - Toledo, OH - Greenwich, CT - La Verne, CA
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I am an enterprise architect at QAD and along with technology loves music, reading and writing poetry, studying art, cooking at home, vegetable and native plant gardening, biking and fine wine. At work, I am involved in designing large scale systems that focus on unstructured information, collaboration, and communication.
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  • California State University, Fullerton
    English, Poetry Composition, 1988 - 1991
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Your emails are even more secure with 100% encrypted HTTPS connections
googleappsupdates.blogspot.com

Starting today, Gmail will always use an encrypted HTTPS connection when you check or send email. Gmail has supported HTTPS since the day it

Chromebooks become real option for enterprises with VMware deal
www.itworld.com

In a deal with Google, VMware plans to bring desktop as a service to Chromebooks

Who’s Going to QAD Explore? Spotlight on Transitions - Blog | Explore 20...
explore.qad.com

To hear the latest from the QAD Explore 2014 Customer Conference, follow the QAD Explore Blog! Daily updates include information about break

QAD Speaker Spotlight on Terry Onica - Blog | Explore 2014 Customer Conf...
explore.qad.com

To hear the latest from the QAD Explore 2014 Customer Conference, follow the QAD Explore Blog! Daily updates include information about break

Does Google Glass Have a Place in the Office?
www.onlinevideo.net

2014 will be the year of wearable computers, and Google Glass could be an extremely versatile video communications device for any size workp

A Nativing We Will Go
deepmiddle.blogspot.com

If you follow me on this blog's Facebook page you probably don't need to read on, but I know lots of folks are blog-only readers. After a pi

QAD Get Social for QAD Explore 2014 - Blog | Explore 2014 Customer Confe...
explore.qad.com

To hear the latest from the QAD Explore 2014 Customer Conference, follow the QAD Explore Blog! Daily updates include information about break

QAD Be the First to Know about Explore 2014! - Blog | Explore 2014 Custo...
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To hear the latest from the QAD Explore 2014 Customer Conference, follow the QAD Explore Blog! Daily updates include information about break

Fast FAQ: All About The New Google "Hummingbird" Algorithm
searchengineland.com

Google has a new search algorithm, the system it uses to sort through all the information it has when you search and come back with answers.

Qvilt
chrome.google.com

Qvilt notifies you of changes to shared Google Drive or Dropbox files. It shows unread changes & summarizes recent activity.

The Unexpected Uses of Technology
scottlawrencelawson.blogspot.com

The other evening out tasting beer at a brewery with my 20-something kids one of them took out their iPhone and used the front-facing camera

MyGlass
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MyGlass allows you to configure and manage your Glass device.If you don't have Glass, then downloading this will be a waste of time. Sorry a

QAD
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ERP Software for Global Manufacturers

Official Google Enterprise Blog: The National Archives has gone Google
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Posted by David Mihalchik, Google Apps for Government Team Last month, the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) successfully c

Spock vs. Spock: Quinto and Nimoy Face Off in Audi Ad
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Leonard Nimoy and Zachary Quinto have a Spock faceoff in Audi's new ad.

Google's Self Driving Car Gathers Nearly 1 GB/Sec
www.linkedin.com

I learned this weekend at an XPrize event that Google's self-driving car gathers 750 megabytes of sensor data per SECOND! That is just mind-

Savage Flowers and the Wild California Dream | Los Angeles | Artbound | ...
www.kcet.org

The botanical illustrations in the Huntington's "When They Were Wild" exhibition function as a probe into what is real, what is fictional, a

Special Letter: Mobile Voice and Natural Language Understanding
www.infotech.com

If there is one technology in the world which would seem to hold the key to liberating the human-compute connection, it is voice recognition

Platform Wars: Who Wins
www.infotech.com

This circus-like competitive swirl is not about who has the coolest widget. It is only, and all, about whose business model best fits the ma

Chromebook could free Google from Microsoft and Apple
money.cnn.com

Google's first laptop makes sense for almost nobody, but that doesn't mean we should ignore it.

Efficient and nice folks to deal with for insurance. They get me a good deal, too.
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reviewed a month ago
Awesome food. Retro feel and drinks. Bartenders are experts. Love the record sleeve menus, they make me happy. Wife loves the breakfast pizza and the charcuterie plate is awesome!
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Super great food that has an upscale taste but the restaurant is down home. Busy on the weekend with a line out the door by the time we left at 9:30 AM. You go up to order and then they bring you food to you.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Packed on a Sunday but the service is speedy and friendly!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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I actually like LAX. It is an airport after all so it is not "enjoyable" but the flights are less than going out of ONT and it is simple to navigate around.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Lots a fine great selection of beers that change as they brew new ones. Super nice servers, not an ounce of pretention here.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
They make perfectly natural soaps and candles that are a joy to use. Go check them out! This is the actual place that they make this soap but there's a small retail store in front.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago