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Stuart Kerrison
Lives in Heggedal, near Oslo, Norway
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When you read reports calling Apple's watch "The best Smartwatch in the world" (yes, I have seen that headline), and you think to yourself, how the hell can anyone think that crap is good?, remember this.
Yes, Apple maintains a press "blacklist," a list of people in the media who are shunned and ignored -- "punished," as it were, for "disloyalty." "Blacklist
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Same goes for who controls American education system, medical treatment and all other controlled crap in this country. 
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Ten... strawman fallacies in a row.
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This is soooooo true!
Technology has become a key part of our lives, and “the new Microsoft,” with a new CEO, fresh ideas, and Bill Gates back on board, is there to design the products that would more or less make it easier to get things done at home, at the office, or on the go.
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Put a plastic bottle in, food comes out for homeless animals!
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+Stuart Kerrison and I'm guessing they should have thought about this before they put them in streets. Perhaps there's a way around it but I can't see one that doesn't include a pest control sniper. Still, a charming idea - I'm all for recycling and animal welfare. 
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In case you've missed this.
An Apple engineer speaks out about the latest products.
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I love this video.
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The way I see it, the Surface Pro 3 is a fantastic, powerful, versatile device, especially for the professional traveler - and that pen is just brilliant.
The new MacBook could be seen as just another laptop, but it's special in that it features a low-end processor. - Wait, what....??
Tony Bradley takes a closer look at how the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 stacks up against the new Apple MacBook.
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I ditched my mbp retina for a sp3 and have never looked back
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This is a what a devout muslim sounds like.
Sweden knows of 130 "al Qaeda-inspired individuals" who have traveled to Iraq and Syria to join extremist groups. The unknown number could be more than double that figure.
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smh
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Is this an audition for Fox News? If so, she probably got the gig.
 
Bahahahaha......dayyyyyyyyyum! Some theist are just fkn stupid...........no god required, just ignorance. 
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Never go full retard.......
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A little wake-up call for all the Apple users out there.
 
Apple users need to stop making fun of Windows.

Bundled crapware, adware, and malware are running rampant on Mac OS X as well, and the problem is getting worse every day.

http://www.howtogeek.com/210589/mac-os-x-isn%E2%80%99t-safe-anymore-the-crapware-malware-epidemic-has-begun/
OS X users like to make fun of Windows users as the only ones that have a malware problem. But that’s simply not true anymore, and the problem has increased dramatically in the last few months. Join us as we expose the truth about what’s really going on, and hopefully warn people about the impending doom.
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Thanks for the laugh. Much needed. My entire business day kept me in a chair writing to address a gauntlet of fools. 
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Hobbies are tech stuff and supporting my local football team (that's soccer to you US guys).
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Audio consultant, concert FOH sound engineer and Stabæk Football supporter in my spare time. My job involves regular international travel. 


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30 years as international touring sound engineer. Now audio consultant and representative for a leading global sound reinforcement systems manufacturer. Married to my wonderful Norwegian wife with one beautiful daughter and a fantastic grandson.
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Heggedal, near Oslo, Norway
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Adelaide - Melbourne - Sydney - Norwich - London
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Old, castle style hotel in wonderful surroundings. The rooms reflect the age of the building, being very basic with no air conditioning (it can get really hot and humid there) and useless WiFi. The windows are old and thin and you can hear everything going on outside which can be a bummer if deliveries happen early in the morning. On the last night I was there, the restaurant experience was fantastic!! Amazing food from a chef who really makes every course an experience and service from guys who understand that great service is an art. French food as it was meant to be. Not cheap, but worth it for the experience.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: Poor - FairService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great hotel. Quiet, comfortable rooms with dark curtains and effective air conditioning. Incredibly comfortable bed. Restaurant was excellent and breakfast was as I would expect it to be. Not cheap, but a good choice if you have an early flight from CDG.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Clean but basic hotel, 15 minutes from CDG airport. Often full of package tour clients. Restaurant is very average, as is the breakfast. Plusses - the rooms are quiet (thick walls) and the curtains are dark. Big minuses - the air conditioning doesn't work (it only blows air) and the "WiFi" is so slow it's unusable. Friendly and helpful staff.
Quality: GoodFacilities: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Small, family-style hotel with good, friendly service. Restaurant varies from great to OK, probably depending on which chef is working that night. No air conditioning and it can get uncomfortably hot and humid in the rooms in summer. Possible to hear other guests conversations and TV in other rooms which can provide an unwelcome wake-up-call on days when you would like to sleep in. WiFi varies from OK to bad depending on which room you are in and/or the time of day and how many other people are on it. Breakfast is basic.
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Quality: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Very Good
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