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Wow, #Joylent is surprisingly salty. And grainy.
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I find my batch to be pretty neutral, tastes like a protein shake. Have been on it for 4 weeks, about 90% of my meals. Love it.
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Got to visit +Bocusini with +Nils Hitze! These guys definitely have what it takes to bring 3D printed food a lot closer to the mainstream.
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Protip: If you're going to complain about me not answering your Youtube comments, please make sure that your settings actually allow me to reply to them.
And dear "Craigslist Administrator": I don't owe you anything. While i do try to reply to those comments that i can confidently answer, i'm not going to do tech support via email, Hangouts or phone. Seriously, while i was out with my family, i've had random folks calling my private cellphone and wanted one-on-one support. And even when it's just that one innocent question via Hangouts or email, it usually turns into at least half an hour per inquiry when there's that second and third follow-up question. If that's what i'd spend my time on, i wouldn't be making any more videos.
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Yeah, I've been aware of Adobe's 'lots of improvements' over the last 20 years or so. Their incremental changes don't justify the expense of CC. If you use it for 3 years (typical time you would stick with a non-cloud version of Adobe apps) you are paying nearly $2200 with nothing to show for it at the end.

At least with CS6, once I have paid the $800 or so on ebay, it's mine and it continues to function for however long I use it.
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Watercool all the things!
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DHL in got my printer stuck intentionally, made up that it got stuck in customs, after I sent them an explicit list of all the stuff there and prices, which they revived. Oh, I also have the phone calls to prove it and the receipt where they cross out stuff they made up. Never use them to Israel!!!!
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Aw yiss! 
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Hah! I was watching this on TV earlier
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Youtube, Soundcloud, Instagram and Twitter follows are a currency. Hands down. For example, if you want to download music from +NoCopyrightSounds, you're paying with a +SoundCloud follow to the artist and the label.
Which, i think, is absurd.
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Currency isn't necessarily fungible. The follow you pay increases the artist's visibility which in turn increases his follow rate and potentially (depending on the particular service) his ad revenues or potential to expand beyond that medium and into one that pays.
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Wanted to edit and upload a video guide, but instead i just had to tip over my tripod. Now i get to disassemble and fix my camera and lens. Great stuff.
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That sucks 😈
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Yup, so that's here.
Anything you are especially interested in? 
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+James Malenko absolutely!
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Inspired by +Koen Kooi's great photographies of the jumping spiders in his back yard, i grabbed the camera when this cute little (~2mm) guy started crawling on me!

(Tamron 90mm F2.8 DI Macro 1:1 EF on a Lumix G6)
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High frame rate helps :D
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So in the five months that i've been working a nine-to-five job, i've gained four kilos of weight. I blame the cheap lunch at the canteen (which i'm very ambivalent about anyways), so i'll be replacing that with a daily serving of Soylent Joylent once that package arrives.
Let's see how this goes!
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I'm biking 18 km to work regularly (times 2 for the way back) and my weight is constantly going up... -.-
Okay, I'm also sitting at my job and compensating my bike workout with ravenous appetite. So no... biking is not doing any wonders at all alone...
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Solid state relays can be real problem solvers. Learn how and how not to use them!
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+Richard Turnock I think it should be OK, but if you can find one with a higher amp rating it would be even better.
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Protip: When working with a jigsaw, keep your fingers above the workpiece where you can see them. 
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Same tip goes for drills. Do not put your fingers behind the work piece. Put a 2mm drill ~3mm through one of my fingers before I could stop it.
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