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Anyone else using an Android Wear and Glass with the same phone? Latest updates seem to break the ability to easily switch between the two; every time I connect my Glass, I have to factory-reset the Wear to get it connected again.
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+Google Glass you guys need to work with the android wear team to resolve this issue. I have experienced it as well. 
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On Sept 25th, 2014 AWS notified users about an EC2 Maintenance where “a timely security and operational update” needed to be performed that required rebooting a large number of instances. (around 10%) On Oct 1st, 2014 AWS sent an updated about the status of the reboot and XSA-108.
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Thanks god Luke was there for support!
Good job
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I figured out how to hook my Google Glass up to a screen monitor so I could capture stills of what I'm seeing in the HUD...

I'd recently mentioned the Word Lens app in a few places...It's a proof-of-concept AR (augmented reality) app that translates text you're looking at into your native language in real-time...and this is what it looks like in action.  As I've noted, the translation engine isn't perfect, and it's slow...plus after using it for awhile, I got a notification that my device was overheating (the third photo), but give the hardware another generation or two, and I can imagine some pretty remarkable applications.
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I used Android Screen Monitor...Download the asm.jar file from here: https://code.google.com/p/android-screen-monitor/
Then connect the device (it should show up in adb), and run "java -jar asm.jar"

I think I had to turn on debug mode...
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really wish I'd have kept my Software Dev skills up to date...my extensive COBOL background isn't helping at all with Google Glass. :)
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well, looks like I left last year's Christmas background up long enough that I may as well just let it roll for this year....

Someone remind me to change that if the tree is still up after mid-January.
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eventually the kids will be able to take them down!
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too bad you weren't looking to fix a front loading washer about a month or so ago... i had just the right project for you.
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Uh oh...Starting to look pretty bad out the front door.

Also...pretty sure we used to have stairs?
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I figured out how to hook my Google Glass up to a screen monitor so I could capture stills of what I'm seeing in the HUD...

I'd recently mentioned the Word Lens app in a few places...It's a proof-of-concept AR (augmented reality) app that translates text you're looking at into your native language in real-time...and this is what it looks like in action.  As I've noted, the translation engine isn't perfect, and it's slow...plus after using it for awhile, I got a notification that my device was overheating (the third photo), but give the hardware another generation or two, and I can imagine some pretty remarkable applications.
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Great shop, great experience. I already owned a mountain bike from another area shop, and I was in the market for a road bike. I'd started riding the MTB on longer rides, and it was causing me some back & neck pain, so "proper fit" was a key requirement. I visited the other local shop, and the kid there wasn't particularly helpful...So I looked up other shops, and drove to Pennington to try out Hart's. Sure glad I did. Ross was there that day...I told him I was looking to buy a new bike, and I was particularly concerned about getting a proper fit so I could handle longer rides. Here's the crazy thing: He didn't immediately try to sell me a bike. He suggested I schedule an evening to come in & try the Guru fit first. He answered all of my questions...and I had a bunch... I set up a time for the following week, came back for a proper fitting, and the Guru gave us a report of bikes that would work for my particular setup. I ordered a new bike that night...well after-hours...It showed up and was built a few days ahead of my expectations....And I've had nothing but good experiences in my subsequent visits. Even though my other LBS will do basic maintenance on my MTB for free (since I bought it there), I'm planning to take it to Hart's for the pre-season tune-up.
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reviewed a year ago
Special night out? Get the Omkase + beverage pairings. There are three tiers, the last is ominously priced as "and up." Wakatake Sake is as much fun to say as it is to drink. Edmame, rice, or miso soup may have to pass for a makeshift kids menu if you're
Food: ExcellentService: ExcellentDecor: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Standard high-end-hotel fare, which is to say, $20 omelets & cheeseburgers. Sure, they're tasty, but they aren't 4x tastier than their $5 cousins. $10 kids menu though, which is a nice find in a Four Seasons. Skip the Philly Cheesesteak here, you've got a
Food: GoodService: Very GoodDecor: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
can't go wrong with this counter-service burger chain if you're in the mood for a basic burger & fries. pre-order available online or with a phone app. careful not to overdo it on the fries, two large orders is enough to feed five guys. a warning to stray vegetarians: the veggie sandwich only contains toppings, no veggie patty...hey, that's what you get if you're a vegetarian in a burger joint.
Decor: GoodFood: ExcellentService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Can't go wrong with this counter-service burger chain if you're in the mood for a basic burger & fries. Pre-order available online or with a phone app. Careful not to overdo it on the fries, two large orders is enough to feed five guys. A warning to stray
Food: ExcellentService: GoodDecor: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Amazing tapas from Jose Garces. Start with a Mixto of meats & cheeses, and be careful -- small plates can add up pretty fast. Don't miss the easily-overlooked Wild Mushroom plate from the Grill; it is by far the best fungus in Philly. With slices of candi
Food: ExcellentService: ExcellentDecor: Excellent
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reviewed 3 years ago