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Stephen Evermore
Works at Pitney Bowes, Inc.
Lives in North Haven, CT
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The subtlety of some of these range from charming to moving. Poetically focused.
Soak in the beauty of cinemagraph GIFs, where the motion and the motionless collide into these elegant GIFs.
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+Ian Pitts  Well that was quick... Makes me wonder about the potential for a trends-based/feedback distortion impact to results.
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Oh yeah. They're really quick about injecting G+ items from people in circles for relevant results.
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This warrants further investigation
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Jamming, Dvorak style.
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Augmented full-contact martial arts. A full body armor (for protection) that senses and scores contact by adversaries. This might fly.

Some notes from the inventors:

The UWM armor features technology that objectively measures the specific location and force of strikes to a competitor’s suit of armor.

Using medical research, including fracture profiling, software calculates and represents the actual damage that would have occurred to an unprotected competitor.

It then processes a result, similar to a video game, but based on real, full-contact martial arts weapons combat, all in real-time.

The armor has been designed to withstand high-impact strikes from real, but blunt, martial arts weapons.

Damage caused by hits accumulates until a competitor is virtually ‘knocked out’ or ‘killed’, with a strike or a series of strikes of sufficient force to render an unprotected competitor incapacitated.

Competitors can have multiple ‘lives’, just like in a video game, in order to prolong the duration of the bouts.

http://nextbigfuture.com/2014/03/armed-martial-art-full-contact-training.html 
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I've never tried either, though I just read a review of the Corryvreckan that had me looking through my couch for loose change. If I dig up enough, I'll report back.
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Sharing out some snow-based fun with Grandpa.
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I honestly do feel this way. 
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Manager, Client-Side Web Development and Technology
Employment
  • Pitney Bowes, Inc.
    Manager, Client-Side Web Development and Technology, 2007 - present
  • HRinterax, Inc.
    2004 - 2007
  • Cine-Med, Inc.
    2000 - 2004
  • Credit Suisse First Boston
  • Forecast International
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Stephen Schwarz
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Introduction
Professionally, I help build websites.  I work on the technology while remaining mindful of the user experience and business objectives.

I enjoy solutions that
  • are future-proof,
  • leverage existing efforts and assets, and
  • empower business users

I have a LAMP background, but these days I focus largely on client-side standards and technology (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX patterns), and the cross-browser compatibility issues that go along with those.  Working with HTML5 and CSS3 elements excites me, but my production technology decisions are made based on user analytics.  I hope people upgrade to modern browsers, but heck, there are so many people stuck on IE7 and IE8 that I just can't stop talking to them.

Over the past decade I've had some great opportunities to work on web accessibility projects, primarily with companies looking to achieve simple 508 compliance, with the occasional dip into overseas regulatory standards and some of the newer work with WAI-ARIA.

What will I work on next?  Semantic web inferencing.  What better way to leverage past work and existing assets?
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Two beautiful daughters, one gorgeous wife, and zero obstacles between me and happiness.
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North Haven, CT
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Middlebury, CT - Southbury, CT - Woodbury, CT - Bethlehem, CT - South Norwalk, CT - Milford, CT
My wife stopped by there this morning to replace some missing parts for our daughter's bike. Not only did the folks at Goody's help her locate suitable replacement parts, they installed them for her on the spot, gave my daughter a lollipop, and then decided to gift the parts - no charge. I'll be making Goody's my first stop for hardware shopping from here on out.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Don't be fooled by the strip mall exterior. This restaurant could be picked up, moved to Manhattan's most competitive restaurant district, triple their prices, and still be successful. They truly present food as an experience rather than as just a meal.
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reviewed 3 years ago
This is a great little theater. Their selection includes a lot of indie films and documentaries, which is great. The theaters are a reasonable size, with comfortable seating. 'Insomnia Theater' and 'Movies and Mimosas' are fun entertainment options.
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The only positive thing I have to say for the North Branford Abate's is that the employees were somewhat friendly. The service itself, the food, and the experience were extremely unfortunate. Multiple parts of the order were completely wrong; different-parts-of-the-menu-wrong, not just overcooked-wrong. When I received a salad instead of chicken, the waitress apologized profusely and then asked me what kind of dressing I would like. When I gave over a LivingSocial coupon, the waitress explained that my wife's order off of the Specials menu wouldn't be covered, though there was no even remotely-related exception mentioned on the coupon when I paid money for it. The whole experience is particularly unfortunate, because this is the closest restaurant to my house, and one of the only places that delivers to my address. What could have been my go-to place for spending pizza money is now on my very short 'Never Again' list. I bought two of the LivingSocial coupons, and I'd feel guilty even giving the second one to a friend.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
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