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Hopefully he will now sue the Feds and any other State and local agencies he can for all he can get. I'm not a fan of suing for suing sake, but hitting our legislative slave-masters where it really hurts may get their attention at least on this topic.
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Sounds like a great Chromebook choice. I strongly suggest that if you are a Google ecosystem user that you consider  a Chromebook instead of a Windows machine as your next "PC". I love my Pixel, but it is definitely too expensive and overkill for most. If you aren't a Google ecosystem user, why not? Get with the future today!
 
+The Verge joins +The Wirecutter in praising +Dell's Chromebook baby.
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http://bible.com/r/5.1h I just finished day 105 of Chronological Bible reading plan at YouVersion.com
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I hereby rename this epic trailer "WMD Redefined" (Woman of Mass Destruction). Watch it and you'll see what I mean.

Blizzard's trailer guys aren't the only ones with top quality "game"!
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Solid, fair discussion of one man's experience with iOS and Android. 

Question at the end is a good one:
"This is nothing more than personal preference, but it speaks to an interesting sociology: Why do we feel so strongly about this stuff? Why do we feel so defined by our choice of smartphone and computer? And why do we get so riled up when others take differing views?"

Once a year or so I give iOS a retry and always end up frustrated in exactly the same ways this author was with Android. The good news is that there are options. To each their own!
While I can see the benefits of the Android platform, especially with regard to hardware, it's just not the mobile experience I want.
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Websites first? This really seems much more effective for smaller screens. I guess if I can use it on my mobile web browser, that would be OK, but really want this for book reading to improve my reading speed and making reading on my phone viable.

Come on developers, especially you Kindle devs! Get on this NOW!

I want this next week. Get to it! :-)
It was only a month ago that a small startup out of Massachusetts called Spritz released a demo of its technology that purports to help people read text twice..
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Hey BB, if you want to stay in hardware, realize that the only hardware component anyone likes is the keyboard! You're suing Typo (http://bit.ly/OKbndz) for doing what you should have done years ago. Provide your users the keyboard to which they're addicted and focus on the software side of things. You haven't made a compelling "phone" device seemingly since touch screens came into prominence. 
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Tim - I agree! Sell off the worthless tech, keep the keyboard, license it to Apple and Samsung and maybe even Microsoft as a bluetooth device, and make money again!  I'd by BB stock if they did that!
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Just another reason I use LastPass. They give every indication that they know what they are doing and are vigilant to do it! If you don't have a password manager or are not happy with the one you do have, I recommend LastPass. 
With news breaking on Monday, April 7th that the Heartbleed bug causes a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, which is used by roughly two-thirds of all websites on the Internet, we want to update our community...
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http://bible.com/r/5.1g I just finished day 104 of Chronological Bible reading plan at YouVersion.com
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I use Keep almost every day. Definitely worth checking out if you haven't yet.
 
Google Keep just got a little easier. If you add new images with text in Keep, search now finds printed text within those image so you can find what you're looking for even quicker. A new 'Trash' view in your Keep drawer comes in handy in case you delete something by mistake (where you'll now have an extra 7 days before it's permanently gone). And for the list-makers, your checked items now automatically move to the bottom of your lists so you can easily see what still needs to get done.

Try Keep today on the web (http://goo.gl/L7FdQJ), on Android (http://goo.gl/9VQ8Uv) and on Chrome (http://goo.gl/LYctiG).
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  • Tim Renshaw Consulting
    CEO & President, 2 - present
    Professional Technical Coaching (ProtTechCoach.com), Product Management & Sales Support Consulting. Supporting several customers at this time as well as working as Co-Founder for 3pTALK.com.
  • 3pTalk
    Co-Founder, 2012 - 2013
    Chief Product Officer for this secure messaging product / service. 3pTALK.com for more information.
  • PasswordBank
    Director, Product Management, 8 - 1
    Identity as a Service (IDaas). Recently sold to Symantec.
  • CA Inc.
    Director, Technical Consultant, 10 - 8
    Sales support role for Arcot Systems and related CA product lines after acquisition of Arcot Sytems by CA, Inc.
  • Arcot Systems
    Director, Sales Engineering, 6 - 12
    Sales support role for Arcot Systems products and services.
  • TriCipher
    VP Product Solutions | Evangelist, 3 - 1
    Involved in the founding of the company as SingleSignOn.Net through several rounds of funding through January 2004 when the company became TriCipher, Inc. Worked in a variety of capacities throughout the life of the organization from fund raising to business development to marketing to salesperson to sales engineer all the while serving a key role in product management and as public facing technology and product evangelist. Over the last couple of years served not only as evangelist and product specialist, but took on formal management of the Sales Engineering, Professional Services and Support teams.
  • CheckFree
    Product Manager, 1998 - 2001
    Product Manager for Bill Presentation services then for Payment Products services both new product initiatives.
  • Bank One Corporation
    Risk Analyst, 1995 - 1998
    Led IT support for the Audit and Legal departments.
  • Huntington Bancshares
    Network Technology Analyst, 1986 - 1995
    Began in a traditional commercial analyst role analyzing the financial strength, risk and overall credit worthiness of commercial businesses and gradually moving to an information technology focused career. This grounding in banking has served well from a business and risk recognition / management standpoint in application to e-commerce. The change in career focus while at Huntington to technology operations developed the strong, practical, information technology and infrastructure skills that continue to pay dividends in my current focus on product management for the e-commerce economy.
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I was born and raised in central Ohio and attended The Ohio State University receiving a B.S. in Business Administration - Finance. I met my wife there and have been happily married since 1986. We currently live in north Georgia with our two dogs. We attend Chalcedon Presbyterian Church and praise God for His grace. ​

My hobbies include our reading (history, theology, sci-fi, technology, etc.), our dog, fishing and I have been known to play a video game or two.

I have 20+ years of experience in IT (Information Technology) in large and small companies. This experience ranges from IT operations to product design & management to sales & marketing in banking, online payments, identity management, network security, cryptographic products and more. My goal then as now, is to make the best use of technology to achieve practical, real world solutions with as much security and privacy practices in place while retaining usability.

If you would like to see more of my professional background, visit my LinkedIn page.

I attempt to live by serving in this priority order:  God, Family, Others.  
Yeah, I fail a lot.  My successes are due to God's grace alone.
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    Bachelor of Science Business - Finance, 1982 - 1986
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Mainstays Deluxe Laptop Cart, Black
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The Affair of Sausages
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As we near Easter Sunday, it is always a good time to think back on the famous event that helped spark the Swiss Reformation. While the Germ

Merax Laptop Computer Desk in Maple
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MQX1018 Features:Compact designSimple and neat in appearanceWheels provide for easy mobilityHeight adjustable from 27'' - 40''Easy to assemb

Dell Chromebook 11 review
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Chromebooks are the simplest computers you can buy today, but they’ve proven a tricky formula for manufacturers to get right. The perfect Ch

An Imaginary Noah Film from 1950 | John C. Wright's Journal
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Many criticisms can be leveled against Aronofsky's recent antibilical film, NOAH. One which I thought at first was unfair was those who said

Weev Is Free | TechCrunch
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Andrew "weev" Auernheimer is set to be released from federal prison, following a federal appeals court decision to reverse and vacate his co

BlackBerry is Not Leaving the Handset Market: John Chen clarifies | Insi...
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I want to assure you that I have no intention of selling off or abandoning this business any time soon.‎ You still love your BlackBerry

BlackBerry suing Ryan Seacrest-backed Typo in dispute over keyboard design
www.digitaltrends.com

BlackBerry is suing Ryan Seacrest-backed Typo Products, claiming its iPhone case is a "blatant infringement against BlackBerry’s iconic keyb

mHealth Platform & Mobile Apps Improve Health Through Tech | AT&T
www.att.com

AT&T mHealth platform improves health through technology tools. Learn about how mobile applications and devices track health and wellness in

LastPass and the Heartbleed Bug
blog.lastpass.com

With news breaking on Monday, April 7th that the Heartbleed bug causes a vulnerability in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, which is used b

Apple concerned about the rise of Android as recently as last year
arstechnica.com

2013 e-mail from Apple VP Schiller said Android Superbowl ad was "pretty good."

Why every world map you're looking at is WRONG
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The distortion is the result of the Mercator map, created in 1596, which distorts sizes in favour of the wealthy lands to the north.

FireChat’s anonymous, off-grid messaging app arrives on Android
gigaom.com

FireChat is debuting today in Google Play, after a successful launch on iOS. Android users can now engage in FireChat’s hyperlocal messaging

After two months with Android, I'm going back to iPhone. Here's why. - CNET
www.cnet.com

While I can see the benefits of the Android platform, especially with regard to hardware, it's just not the mobile experience I want.

Deluge as Earthday | John C. Wright's Journal
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Aronofsky's NOAH would be a fine movie for Earthday, or as a source for ideas for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign. Aside from this, the movi

How Gmail Happened: The Inside Story of Its Launch 10 Years Ago Today | ...
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Apple Continues To Flesh Out iWork Apps After Aggressively Culling Featu...
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Apple has updated its iWork apps for iOS, Mac and iCloud beta with a bunch of improvements and additional sharing options today. There's a b

iWork for iCloud gains new design & sharing options, Mac/iOS updates...
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Apple is making some notable improvements to its iWork suite of productivity applications today across its platforms. First, the Pages, Numb

Excellent food as well as beer. Way better than normal pub food.
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reviewed 3 months ago
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Stayed at the inn and enjoyed every minute of it. Food and service at the inn were excellent and we plan on staying here anytime we get out to Sonoma wine country.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great bookstore and homeschooling resource
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
I've used this ramp for day and night trips for years. It is well positioned for getting launched mid-lake above Browns Bridge if you want to work north into either of the two main river branches. I like it that it is remote, but it can be a bit spooky coming back in after dark. They've done a reasonably good job keeping the main light working, but there was a 6 month period where it was out, but is working as of this writing. I fish within sight of this ramp a lot at night and it appears the local police / sheriff has put this ramp on a regular route as seeing a sheriff car or two per night has not been unusual. As of this writing they have also repaired the dock which had taken a couple seriously hard knocks over the past couple years. The sharp, bent metal has been removed and new wood corners and rubber trim has been added making the dock "like new". Only problem with this ramp is that it is fairly short and one of the first to be unusable when the water starts dropping. There is a large drop off at the end of the concrete and I've seen people pop trailer tires banging into the edge of this when pulling out during very low water conditions.
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Appeal: Very goodFacilities: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago