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Tore Julø
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I saw this here on G+ yesterday.
Do you think it's unfair that Google favor developers at a Google I/O, or do you think that steps should be taken to ensure, that tickets ended up in the hands of developers, instead of people who come only for the handouts?
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+Monideep Nag I'm over 30. Have a full-time job. I got a code in an hour. I seriously don't mind earning my way in to get into IO.
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Hey +WaterTower Music , can't you guys work out a deal with +Google Play to get your awesome albums back on All Access?
I'm really missing the great soundtracks.
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+Google Play Music All Access is apparently not as " all access " as I had been led to believe.
With the new season of Game of Thrones started, I felt like listening to the season 3 soundtrack again, only to find that it is no longer available on All Access.
It is still available for buying¹, but I didn't get a music subscription to buy albums, so that's kind of annoying.
Apparently this has happened to other albums too, as evidenced by this Reddit thread.

¹ https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Ramin_Djawadi_Game_of_Thrones_Music_from_the_HBO_S?id=Bztddukyczt2rskqf7kbkdiepxe&hl=en

#googlemusic   #allaccess  
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Cool, the Cherlene album is on Google Play Music.
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Sweet.
I've wanted this functionality for a while.
 
Chrome apps/extensions commands¹ can now have global scope in Dev Channel which means they work while Chrome does not necessarily have focus.

As you can read below, the Google Play Music Mini Player App² is already taking of this for our greatest pleasure. And if you're not happy with the default shortcuts, you can customize them at chrome://extensions and click on the "Keyboard shortcuts" link at the very bottom of this page.

Be aware that global commands are not enabled by default yet at the moment in Chrome OS.

¹ https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/commands#scope
² https://plus.google.com/+GooglePlay/posts/aDp3mH4Drqk

Source: https://codereview.chromium.org/197783005
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Pure luck.
Thank you +Michael Evans ,  +Josh Wilson and +Lauren Darcey for pointing me in the right direction.
I owe you guys a beer.

(I used this code: https://developers.google.com/cloud-sql/docs/instances )
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This will make a lot of Sonos users very happy!
 
Sometimes music is meant to be listened to on your headphones. But other times, it’s meant to be heard in HiFi sound in every room of your house. Today, we’re launching a new feature that lets you play music directly to any Sonos speakers from within the Google Play Music app on your Android phone or tablet.

If you have +Sonos, all you need to do is download the latest Sonos Controller app (http://goo.gl/7lnpz5). Make sure your phone or tablet is on the same wireless network as your Sonos. A cast icon will appear in the upper right corner of the Google Play Music app (http://goo.gl/3zGGZ8). Simply tap it and select the Sonos speaker where you want to play your music. Voila! Perfect sound in any room of your house.
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Last week I wrote something about 2048 and how it being open source allowed people to do creative things with it. (http://goo.gl/1US6Ud)
Now +Udacity will teach you how to do it.
Great short weekend project for beginners.
 
New 2 hour mini course! Learn to make and share a game using HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Programming beginners welcome. http://ow.ly/vrfeK 
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By now it has been well established that the game 2048 is awesome and addictive.
Just like Flappy Bird it's the simplicity that makes it really outstanding. With Flappy Bird, the concept is simple and addictively fun, but looking at it from a technical standpoint, it's a really good game for a beginner to try and build for himself.
(real beginners with no coding experience at all could begin here http://learn.code.org/s/6/level/148 )
Coding a Flappy Bird clone, would teach you so many really basic elements of game programming: handling touch and keyboard events, simple physics, collision detection and procedurally generated levels.
This (and the rumored $50k in daily ad revenue ) is probably the reason why we saw so many clones.
Unlike the bird game, 2048 is open source, which makes it even easier to study the code, hack it, create variants, parodies and so forth.
Here's a list of some really fun projects, that were all inspired by 2048.
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Worth a read.
 
My respect for +Jimmy Wales has just made a leap of Olympian magnitude.
Petition Responses: http://goo.gl/yFlPuU

Change.org user "Scientific Advocate" summed up the reasoning behind Jimmy's response quiet well, in my view:

Can we stop pretending that "holistic" and "alternative" approaches to health are driven by well intentioned, non-profit motives? And that there is somehow an industry supported effort to suppress research and access? And that they ought not to be subject to the same standard of evidence that mainstream, effective medicine is?

Holistic medicine is a billion dollar industry in many countries. In most cases, the manufacturing of holistic remedies is done by pharmaceutical company subsidiaries. Acupuncturists, naturopaths, therapeutic touchers, "energy medicine" practitioners and the like are free to open up clinics offering health care to millions with very, very little regulation in their way -- and they do so with minimal licensing or safety/efficacy proof restrictions, unlike any doctor you will ever see.

There is plenty of funding available for holistic medicine -- more than is proportional to its contribution to human health and efficacy. The US has an entire branch of the National Institutes of Health dedicated to investigating alternative healthcare (see NCAMM: http://nccam.nih.gov/).

We should not tolerate a double standard. Quality of evidence is quality of evidence whether we are discussing chemotherapy or "Emotional Freedom Techniques".

Is the pharmaceutical industry perfect? Far from it. Is there room for improvement? Quite a bit. Does that mean holistic medicine can skirt the rules? No. If the standard of evidence holistic medicine proponents claim is enough to win them entrance into the discussion were the scientific norm, we would have a market full of hundreds of thousands of drugs that do not work.

The data collected in numerous studies on the efficacy of holistic medicine -- under honest and detailed evaluation -- is either poor, suggestive of no-effect or inaccurately interpreted. If holistic medicine worked, it would be embraced every bit as much as a pill.

If your training allows you to properly evaluate the results and method of a study, then by all means offer your perspective. If it does not, then respectfully accept the scientific consensus or raise specific issues where it is mistaken. Do not just simply sign a petition because you "feel" there is more to holistic medicine than science measures.


Hat tip to +Mary Mangan for the link.
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    Developer, 2013 - present
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    Web developer, 2012 - 2012
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    Web Development Bachelor, 2011 - 2012
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I had given up hope that I would ever find mexican food this good in Copenhagen, but then I heard of this place. Two people shared an order of roasted chicken tacos and an order of the coriander/garlic shrimp tacos as an entree and shared one roasted chicken and a confit pork burrito afterwards. It was plenty filling and absolutely excellent. If I had to pick a favorite, it would most likely be the shrimp tacos, but everything else was still delicious. One of the sexiest meals I've had in a while. Don't go, however, if you dislike cilantro, lime, chili or avocado.
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There is something magical about a well crafted pizza, baked in a proper wood fired stone oven. I highly recommend this visiting place, if you're interested in experiencing how a proper pizza should taste.
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The waiter will recommend the blue mussels. Heed his advice! They're absolutely the most delicious mussels I ever had.
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