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Terence Haddock
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PebbleBee is very close to their last stretch goal of $190,000 to release their Android app open source. I love the idea of this small, simple device, check it out!
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This is already a vintage map (vide MegaUpload). 
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After quite a wait, I finally received my SmartMaker items!! The Kickstarter finished in November, 2012. Now to start making LEDs blink...
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Sorry to hear about your problems with the indiegogo campaign. With the $9 Arduino I had a really good experience. But I do think their delays and bad communication has doomed their plans with the "smart bus", and I would agree to be very careful with any of their future projects. They just put up another campaign, without delivering the previous one, not a good sign.
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Great idea, our dog can be a yellow dog at times...
 
A signal boost for the new year:

The Yellow Dog Project
Showing people that sometimes dogs just need a little space.

Learn more at http://www.theyellowdogproject.com/
#dogs   #awareness  
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.. at first I thought -> Yellow Dog Linux is being resurrected?!

This is even better though :)
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This is big news, I do wonder how much they will lock down SteamOS like Apple has with Darwin. But if this means more Linux users and more games (especially on other distros), then I'm on board!
 
So with the dust settling in about Valve's new SteamOS it's time to take a quick think about it all. 
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Even if SteamOS itself is locked down, applications ported SteamOS means more companies developing for linux, putting them a small step away from supporting other distros.  At that point, why not?  And moving a large section of the gamer population from windows to linux, means the community is harder to ignore.  Hopefully this will also be the cue companies like Adobe need to bring their applications over as well.  As it stands right now, there's not that much preventing regular users from switching over other than some apps that aren't available natively or through emulation.
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#Onlive  is back! I'm cautiously optimistic, #Ouya  support pleeeeeze?
 
This is it folks, #OnLive 2 has officially launched! The first thing you'll notice is a whole new modern interface. Next is CloudLift. What that means is that games you already own on Steam can now be streamed to anywhere via OnLive. It also means that games you buy on OnLive can be downloaded from your Steam account if you want to play them localy. What's really great about this is that everything stays synced up so if you normally play locally on your computer you can now go to a friend's house and pick up right were you left off on his computer without needing to download it.

One more thing I personally like about this is that now games from  the Humble Bundle sales can be bought really cheap and played on OnLive without needing to download anything.

Another big thing they're announcing is OnLive Go, a new service to allow MMO games on all platforms (except ios for now) The first 2 are Second Life, under the name SL Go, and War Thunder from Gaijin Entertainment.

News articles will be popping up all over starting today so keep an eye out. You can read the offical blog post by Gary Lauder at OnLive here.
http://blog.onlive.com/2014/03/05/the-respawn-of-onlive/

#games #gaming  
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This is very good... I mean, it's superb!
 
When I created this visual for +Writers Write, I never expected it to go viral.  I hope you enjoy it as much as everyone else does.
http://writerswrite.co.za/45-ways-to-avoid-using-the-word-very
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Humble Mobile Bundle 3 is out, and they accept Bitcoin!! The games look awesome this time, check it out!
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"Be Maker:" Free electronics courses and kits geared for kids, fantastic follow-up to the $9 Arduino from Borderless Electronics!
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Arduino Basic Connections looks like it will be a really useful book for the Arduino enthusiasts. Plus, if they reach $50,000 in the next 4 days they'll add an extra 15 pages, for a total of 80 circuits on 40 pages, cool!
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I'm a Software Engineer, and I also dabble in electronics. I'm from Delaware, USA, home of tax-free shopping and more chickens than people.

I am currently living and working in Krakow, Poland.

Witam, co słychać?

Disclaimer: all opinions expressed on Google+ are my own distorted view of reality, and do not represent my employer's, unless otherwise stated.
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  • University of Delaware
    Computer Science, 1993 - 1998
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