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Bryan Krusniak (Home Profile)
Works at AT Still University
Attended University of Michigan
Lives in Missouri
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This guy is absolutely hilarious. Love these.
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+Aaron Krusniak +Deb Krusniak +Lara Krusniak +Lara Krusniak

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Index: Google Drive & Dropbox + Todoist Google Maps & Apple Maps + Todoist Zapier + Todoist Toggl Button + Todoist TaskClone + Todoist CloudMagic + Todoist IFTTT + Todoist Sunris...
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American Cities Are Booming—For Rich Young College Grads Without Kids
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Thought you all would enjoy this.
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We can build it. We have the technology. We can make it better than it was. Better, stronger, faster.
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For all my medical friends. Who "love" the EHR and meaningful use. 
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DIY Theatrical Lighting Control with Arduino #Arduino #ArtTuesday
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/06/28/diy-theatrical-lighting-control-with-arduino-arduino-arttuesday/

Over the last few years more and more theater folks are using Arduino and other DIY computing platforms to light their shows. Why? Less expensive, more control, greater opportunities for fiddling, fixing, making, and re-making.

This is the future of theatrical technology. And of course the younglings know.

Here’s a video with some students from The Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology breaking down the basics of using Arduino in theatrical lighting — via The New Jersey Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology at Rutgers University

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These stick-on lenses turn your smartphone into a digital microscope
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An excellent article on what is going on in the "video content" business.
Despite record profits, more original scripted series were canceled in 2014 than even aired 15 years earlier. Not only are most of these failures unnecessary, they'll continue to escalate until networks update their metrics and business models for the digital era. The question is, will audiences stick around long enough?
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+Miles Krusniak You might find it fun to experiment with one of these.
The future of rock music involves a lot more robots.
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Google Glass version 2: New photos appear in FCC filing
None of the FCC documents call the device an "Enterprise Edition," but the user manual does make note of a green light that shines when the video camera is on.
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Assistant VP for ITS
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  • AT Still University
    Information Technology, 1998 - present
  • Cooper Industries
  • Andersen Consulting
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Missouri
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Michigan - Chicago - Luxembourg - St. Louis
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Some guy who is just trying to make the world a little better place to spend time
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True Believer.  Good use of technology improves education, healthcare, relationships.... and lives.

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  • Education and Learning
  • Technology
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  • Rural Living
  • Maker Spaces
  • FLL - First Lego League
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Can ride a Unicycle
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  • University of Michigan
  • Washington University in St. Louis
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Iwanyoro Pinion (Second Life)
I chose this restaurant because of its proximity to the Springhill Suites where I was staying. The pizza is good and the atmosphere comfortable. I'd go back.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I ate here while in the area on business so I am not a regular, but I found both the food and the service to be very good. They encourage you to order spicy food using a 1 to 5 scale for hotness. (I was a 5 - lots of heat but it was still full flavored and not just hot). VERY limited seating.... Maybe 5-6 tables... And not much on atmosphere, but prices are reasonable, food is good, and service is quick and friendly. I'd go here again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We stayed here during a family vacation to Toronto. The great location made it an excellent choice. Our room was on the 12th floor and was quite comfortable for our family of 5 (3 teenagers). The fridge and microwave, as well as several nearby restaurants, made up for the fact that no breakfast was included. Parking in the nearby garage was convenient. Our only complaints were that the beds were VERY firm, and the elevators quite slow.
Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Stopped here on our way to Canada for some authentic polish good. I grew up in a polish household and was not disappointed by the food here. Great Buffett at a fair price. Excellent.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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This was my first try at Poutine, so I'm not sure I'm an appropriate judge, but I had a Poutinie Weanie and enjoyed it. Moreover it was a fun place to eat in the heart of Stratford.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
This restaurant was a great way for us to share the "up north" experience with our kids, who had never tasted a pastie after a lengthy car ride. I had the veggie and it was quite good. The authentic use of turnips gives the pastie a memorable and enjoyable flavor.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
College type hangout place. Food is decent and staff is friendly.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago