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Thura Z. Maung
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Interesting... customize functionality using modular components on a smartphone, the team behind Google's Project Ara. Read more goo.gl/nqKfd

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Celebrateing Mac's birthday-film was shot around the world in one day, entirely on iPhone. Here's to the next thirty...the future technology and the #NAOrobot :)

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#technology   
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British man becomes first person to visit all 201 countries... WITHOUT using a plane.

#adventuretravel
Daily Mail Online
Graham Hughes, from Liverpool, used buses, taxis, trains and his own two feet to travel 160,000 miles in exactly 1,426 days - all on a shoestring of just $100 a week.
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Have a lovely 2014, Everyone!

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Good morning and happy 2014! Some early good news: today is expected to be the warmest day of the year so far!

Enjoy our gallery of the best fireworks and celebrations: http://fw.to/kgX3fpL

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Resources for writers on Google+ (including Videos and MP3s)

I put together a circle of people looking to write a book in 2014 here: http://goo.gl/Y2oeBN

Are you in the USA? (FREE BOOK)
Well, here is a free copy of APE from Guy and Shawn here: http://apethebook.com/anniversary/
Not in the US? Don't worry, loads of free resources below.

Want to join the Google+ community?
This is a vibrant place for all writers...
APE: Authors, Publishers, Entrepreneurs https://plus.google.com/communities/115977401813171258800

What else...

And I went back through my archives and thought you may like to check out some great resources as part of our 4 session writing programme.
After the excellent, crammed packed events in 2013 with +Guy Kawasaki and +Shawn Welch +Chris Brogan and +Mari Smith I though I would pull it all together (below)...

Hangout video resources, with a load of hints and tips.

The whole playlist is here:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGdG8tDExvh27nC4S2vAGKtnhV-4-HxRw

Session 1: Guy's hangout 'APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur', Guy Kawasaki chatting with Martin Shervington
Session 2: Shawn's hangout Martin Shervington interviews Shawn Welch about APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur
Session 3: 'The Impact Equation' with Chris Brogan
'The Impact Equation' with Chris Brogan, interviewed by Martin Shervington
Session 4: 'Relationship Marketing' with Mari Smith 'Relationship Marketing' with Mari Smith, interviewed by Martin Shervington

Transcript on Guy's session with myself on 'APE: Author, Publisher and Entrepreneur' Download here:
http://goo.gl/yl990M

Audio transcripts
a) Guy's as an MP3: http://snd.sc/YlLjn3
b) Shawn's as an MP3: http://snd.sc/YlLtKV
c) Chris's Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/martin-shervingtons-podcast/id619830334
d) Mari's MP3: http://snd.sc/YfHTpu

There we go! Hope that helps you all to write your books in 2014.
#writers   #write  
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I love the reaction from these kids, seeing Rotary Dial Telephone, enjoy!

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Fantastic... Machine Learning Video Library with Captions are auto-translated into *more than 40 languages by Caltech.

http://work.caltech.edu/library/

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Great article and I've seen so far the detail kits of image from Jon Miller covering the basic of bike touring. One day until the adventure begins...

Read on: goo.gl/xglePe

Photo credit: rideons.wordpress.com

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Interesting talk on the different perspectives over global surveillance and the culture of government secrecy to the Arab Spring... "No Netural Ground in a Burning World".

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Good article 2014 is really, finally the year that the “internet of things”— that effort to remotely control every object on earth—becomes visible in our everyday lives.

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A web/mobile content developer, you do believe right, there are many programming languages out there...and my brain can't learn all of those but here I'm partly working with HTML, CSS, JS, Python, R, Haskell, and few more. Intend to work my own startup in coming months. Managing in Information System and being Data Analyst role is day to day task and I'm trying to learn and progress in own personal development in spare time.  Else more, loving..caring...being solo, enjoying much I can while being anywhere in the world.
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The Truth About Google X: An Exclusive Look Behind The Secretive Lab's C...
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Space elevators, teleportation, hoverboards, and driverless cars: The top-secret Google X innovation lab opens up about what it does--and ho

Isaac Asimov Predicts in 1964 What the World Will Look Like Today — in 2014
www.openculture.com

When New York City hosted The World's Fair in 1964, Isaac Asimov, the prolific sci-fi author and professor of biochemistry at Boston Univers

101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home
www.glamumous.co.uk

I love to discover tips which make housework easier! From time-saving tricks to finding new and ingenious uses for old things, the Internet

Kaplan builds online education platform KAPx with Google App Engine
googlecloudplatform.blogspot.co.uk

Today's guest post is from Charlie Ward, VP of Platform Development at Kaplan Inc., a global educational services company that operates in 1

Google+ Hangouts and Photos: save some time, share your story
googleblog.blogspot.com

We could all use more time for ourselves, and less time figuring out technology. So today's improvements to Google+ Hangouts and Photos aim

Goodbye Sticky. Hello Ara.
motorola-blog.blogspot.com

Over the last six months, our MAKEwithMOTO team took Sticky, a truck wrapped entirely in velcro and filled with rooted, hackable Motorola sm

Julia’s Role in Data Science - Strata
strata.oreilly.com

Introduction Since its first public release in February 2012, the Julia programming language has received a lot of hype. This has led to som

Joanna Vanderham on her return as Denise in The Paradise
www.telegraph.co.uk

Joanna Vanderham talks about her return this month as Denise in The Paradise, and how she told Stephen Poliakoff that she wasn't prepared to

Meet Linda, the robot security guard - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph's Science Correspondent Nick Collins meets Linda, a robot who could be the perfect solution to stretched security and elderly care

Facebook friends could change your credit score
money.cnn.com

Some short-term loan services look at your online social profiles to determine your credit-worthiness.

BYOD helps to makes Botticelli accessible
www.itworld.com

Using technology to make art and culture more accessible to the disabled was the topic of the recent Tech@LEAD conference

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thisisyourturf.manutd.com

Enter Manchester United’s exclusive competition #thisisyourturf to win an iconic section of the Old Trafford turf - Click here

Artificial Intelligence and What Computers Still Don't Understand
www.newyorker.com

The computers that tend to do well in Turing Tests are ones that lie. Hector Levesque wants to reimagine the field of artificial intelligenc

Analyzing Your Data on the AWS Cloud (with R)
www.r-statistics.com

Guest post by Jonathan Rosenblatt Disclaimer: This post is not intended to be a comprehensive review, but more of a “getting started guide”.

Rubik's Cube World Championship winner solves in 7.36 seconds - Telegraph
www.telegraph.co.uk

Australian Feliks Zemdegs wins the 2013 Rubik's Cube World Championship completing his fastest single solve in 7.36 seconds.

Scikit-learn sprint and 0.14 release candidate
peekaboo-vision.blogspot.com

Yesterday a week-long scikit-learn coding sprint in Paris ended. And let me just say: a week is pretty long for a sprint. I think most of us

Long-Range RFID Hacking Tool to be Released at Black Hat
threatpost.com

A tool that enables a hacker or penetration tester to capture RFID card data from up to three feet away will be released next week at Black

The future of programming - O'Reilly Radar
radar.oreilly.com

Programming is changing. The PC era is coming to an end, and software developers now work with an explosion of devices, job functions, and p

20 Popular Javascript Charts and Graphics Library
www.freshdesignweb.com

Enjoy 20 popular JavaScript charts and graphics library to create graphics or charts for your app web as you want!

10 Top Big Data Startups to Watch--Final Rankings
www.cio.com

The votes are in for CIO.com's 10 hottest big data startups to watch. Here are the final rankings based on your voting as well as a variety

Experience having dinner with group few times and satisfied the services overall. Waiting time for seat and food are average like others but like the foods as no complaints at all. Again the cost are same as other high-street restaurants but I used taste card membership and/or mobile app for the discount. I would happy to come back there again anytime.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Find the fastest high speed wi-if (35-50Mb) available here compare to other local libraries so far. Easy access by transport, new library (opened late 2012) and able to access the newest edition of books/audio/video, workshops, archive collection and etc., Worth visiting place at least.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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Great outdoor/indoor spacing and meeting points for solo professional/students, friends and family. Accessible to free wi-fi, various shows / seasonal entertainments, and restaurants, etc., Near by famous places... London Eyes, National Theatre, BFI IMAX 3D Films and Waterloo Station.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago