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This video explains much better (than what I’ve seen so far) how a neural network can be hooked up to Super Mario World: https://youtu.be/qv6UVOQ0F44

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Linus Torvalds Reads Your Mean Tweets: http://youtu.be/fzmpEn3lxpw

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This was a tough decision to make for Ubuntu! I am pretty sure it wasn't easy for them. I certainly believe it is the right decision, of course.

I'd like to welcome Ubuntu to the +systemd community! I am looking forward to a fruitful collaboration! Let's hope we can leave the past behind us, and work together in future!

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Concrete 3D Printer Can Build Homes In Less Than One Day : http://is.gd/Aw2Nal

Understanding the Basics of Landscape Design : http://goo.gl/8ciphR

MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer : http://amzn.to/1cSjk8q
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Important and informative indeed!
My critically important talk about software development patterns is now freely available on parleys.com.

There were many things to learn from this talk. The audience learned about many different traditional and trending software patterns. I learned that I can blow through 15 minutes' worth of slides in 4 minutes, leaving a healthy amount of room for a fun Q&A.

http://parleys.com/play/529cb762e4b039ad2298ca27/chapter0/about

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Yay!

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Boo! Just in time for Halloween, we’re serving up two new treats for Android fans: KitKat (Android 4.4) and Nexus 5 developed with LG. Super excited to take the wraps off KitKat - packed with lots of cool features that deliver a smarter and more engaging user experience. And in Nexus 5, Google Now and Search are always at your fingertips or activated with a simple ‘Ok, Google’. Now is evolving with many new powerful use cases to bring the right information from across the web to you. 

Also really excited that Kitkat will work on 512 MB devices, so that all entry level smartphones can get access to the latest version as well. This will really help us get Android to the next billion users...

Been a busy week for me and I have some catching up to do outside work -- ‘Ok, Google, ideas for last minute Halloween costumes...’  


http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2013/10/android-for-all-and-new-nexus-5.html

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