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Yes! Mini pizzas for the win!
 
Need a quick fun lunch project for the kids? Or adults who still think they are kids?  HERE YOU GO! #FT  
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To anyone out there who watches videos on Hulu...

Has anyone encountered the video loading multiple instances of itself and playing them concurrently so that it creates a kind of echo effect? This has been happening to me quite a bit lately and it's bugging me. I'm using Chrome. Refreshing the page seems to fix it, but then I have to watch the Ads over again. >:(

I'm hoping someone can provide me with some insight about why this is happening.
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as a follow-up, i am fairly certain that it was my mcafee anti-virus software that was mucking everything up. there's a known issue with the firewall and once i disabled one of the features, everything was fine. i didn't realize how much my overall pc performance was suffering from it.
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What Light (Through Yonder Window Breaks)
http://laughingsquid.com/what-light-through-yonder-window-breaks/
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(Tue06) How to make good G+ comments:

http://www.openforum.com/articles/the-art-of-google-comments
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Yum!
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(Sat02) Something to make this weekend: cake-batter truffles.

http://snappygourmet.com/2011/03/29/cake-batter-truffles/
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Some useful tips for new G+ users
Tom Anderson originally shared:
 
I can see by my "circle count" that there are a lot of new people signing up today. In the early days of G+ (just 90 days ago) there was a culture of sharing tips, tricks, guides, etc. I gathered together a few for the new users who just joined. Be a pal and share them with your new friends on G+ :-)

A complete guide to Google+: http://on.mash.to/qjq3EU
A G+ guide created collaboratively by users in Google Docs: http://bit.ly/n8uGoV
Big info graphic with tips & tricks: http://bit.ly/oA90Zt
Smaller "cheat sheet" graphic: http://on.mash.to/pJjNjF
Visual guide if you hate to read: http://bit.ly/nkFjkj

Btw, keep in mind that G+ is not like Facebook, which is what a lot of people seem to think based on the press they've read. G+ is something different, maybe more like a combination of Twitter & Facebook. You can "circle" people and just see what they post, like following on Twitter, but you can also use your circles to post to select groups of people (more like Facebook - your smaller group of friends).

If you find your friends aren't here yet, the best thing to do is find interesting people to circle-- the main link I've shared below is one of the nicer sites to see a list of suggested users you can circle (and of course, G+ has its own list of suggested users when you sign up). Enjoy :)
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I like what I see here so far. I will enjoy watching it evolve. Nice work, Google.
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Either way, I'm sure the competition will push both sites to improve their services. And that's good for us, the consumers.
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Very cool
 
Hydrophobic Sand Placed Underwater......

Magic Sand begins as normal looking sand, until it's dyed and coated with a substance that repels water. This coating keeps the sand dry even after it has been dumped into a container of water. The substance is a regular sand that has been coated with an oil-like substance that is water-hating or hydrophobic. Hydrophobic substances do not mix with water. The term “water-fearing” is often used to describe the word hydrophobic.
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I wish I could have been there for this.
 
My new favorite flashmob. Never seen so many people smile on the subway.
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I found this to be very interesting.
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Some really beautiful photos here.
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Into the Beyond

La Sainte-Chapelle is really an amazing place. I can’t believe it took me so many trips to Paris to finally see it. It wasn’t exactly a blind-spot, but I knew it was some place that I had to visit at some point, and I finally got there.

Tripods were forbidden, so I decided to use a tripod to get a shot.

I did manage to squeeze off several rounds until security came up to make me stop. Of course, the only reason I ignore their rule is because I think it is does not have a solid foundation in logic or rational thought. I wasn’t bothering anyone. I wasn’t going to trip anyone because of the configuration of my tripod and body. Everything was cool.
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Thanks to +Cali Lewis for sharing this one.
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If you hate messy cables, and don't mind saving your used toilet paper rolls, grab a box and organize them like this.
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I live and work in Connecticut. I am an avid poolplayer and I support the APA. My bicycle is geared for speed and my laptop is a dual boot.
No frills diner food. They have the biggest burger I've ever seen, and the tastiest peanut butter milkshake too.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Really good food. Parking is a little sketchy, but worth it for the food and friendly service. If you're not sure what to get, try the polish platter. It has a little bit of everything.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
They have great sushi. I've never tried the hibachi, but it looks fun. I usually go for the half priced rolls (on weekdays, I think). The service is always good, but I just love them for their tasty food. Try some of the specialty rolls! You won't be disappointed.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The views alone were well worth the visit. Hyde Hall is an old house sitting on the edge of the lake that is partially restored. The group that runs the tours are in the process of restoring the rest of the house. The tour was fantastic and our guide really made history come alive for us.
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reviewed 2 months ago
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One of my favorite spots near Cooperstown. Aside from Ommegang, this is the best beer and food in the area in my opinion. I have no idea why they aren't on the beverage trail because they have some really good stuff. The fish tacos are the best I've ever had. We got the "fleet" of beers which is a tasting of everything on tap.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This bar is small and smells weird. It isn't in very good repair. The only upside for me is that they have a bunch of pool tables. If you're looking for a local dive to go shoot some pool, this is a good spot only because there aren't very many choices. If you're looking to go have a drink, then there are plenty of better places you can go.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
The service was good and the atmosphere is classy and hip. I was disappointed with the food, though. The menu had some good ideas, but the execution was poor. My wife got a stuffed pork dish that was overcooked and my crispy haddock (basically fish & chips) wasn't crispy like I would expect. The breading was falling off and soggy.
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