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Vishal Kuberkar
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"Living on the designer side of life"
"Living on the designer side of life"

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"Svalbard Science Center, Spitsbergen"...Very Interesting Layout...
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I think it's time the media in India should highlight the bowlers heroics too, since a long time we have seen bowler's work being downplayed...
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Yet my heart says Dhoni and co. will turn the table
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"The algorithm the ants were using to discover how much food there is available is essentially the same as that used in the Transmission Control Protocol,"
To read about how ants have their own TCP/ IP go here
http://priceonomics.com/the-independent-discovery-of-tcpip-by-ants/
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Awesome snap... I wish I was there to see this beautiful bird...
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A humanoid robot designed and developed by Honda and named Asimo plays football for the audience at the end of the company's presentation during the last day of the Government Summit in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. Credit: AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili
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+Dayoneapps by far the most compelling app I have seen
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Facebook is the new AOL

Just think about it for a minute. Of course Facebook is the new AOL. Facebook is the beginning and the end of the internet for a huge number of normal people, a combination of primary service provider (user profiles, messaging, photo sharing) and '90s-style portal to the wider web. Facebook has its own IM platform, Messenger, just like AOL had AOL Instant Messenger. Then it went and bought WhatsApp, the messaging platform more popular internationally, just like AOL bought ICQ. Facebook groups are just AOL chat rooms; Facebook's permanently doomed commerce plays are AOL's permanently doomed commerce plays. (AOL's ultimate doomed ecommerce play? The acquisition of Netscape.)

And Facebook's core business of selling ads into the News Feed is the same combination of incredibly vulnerable and apocalypse-proof as AOL's dial-up business: it will continue minting money for as long as the parents and grandparents of the world start their day with Facebook, and it will stop growing the second all of their kids move on to something better.
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