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Eric Cattell
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Give $1 to 'A brighter future for entrepreneurs' and Eric will match it. Support Kiva together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/m/pZ3nkgex
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Eric just donated to 'Motivate a Teen to Get to School'. Give $1 to support Get Schooled Foundation together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/p/7E1fa3rY
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Congratulations to the photos team for another awesome launch...
 
Making it easier to move, download, and upload your Google+ photos

Over the past few weeks, it’s been a blast to hear what you think of the new Google+ Photos. We’re excited about the ways people are using Auto Awesome, Highlights, photo search, and other new features. 

You’ve also told us a few ways we can make Google+ Photos even better, so today we’re making some improvements based on your feedback:

- A new “Move” option makes it easy to move photos between albums. Just pick a few photos in an album (or click the new “Select” link to select all of them) and choose where they go. 
- Easier photo downloads. Once you’ve selected photos, use the new “Download” option to save them to your computer. 
- Faster uploading for large sets of photos. We’ve made a few small changes that make adding photos from your desktop an even smoother process. 

We hope this latest set of changes makes managing your photos with Google+ easier than ever. We’ll keep improving Google+ Photos based on your feedback, so please keep it coming. 

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Time for another lord of the rings installment!
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Eric just created his first match. Give $1 to 'Clean Water: Andhra Pradesh, India' and he will match it. Support Geo-Life together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/m/IJX-MMr5
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Eric just donated to 'Forests are renewable'. Give $1 to support American Indian Foundation together! – One Today by Google https://onetoday.google.com/p/iVO_j-Gh
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Good cause!  Plant a couple of trees!!

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More ways to control what you read and share

Last year we launched volume "sliders" to help you tune the posts in your main stream (http://goo.gl/wrHDD), and since then we've extended this feature across Google+. Today we're excited to roll out three related improvements that give you even more control over what you read and share.

1) Whether it's family members or epic bros, we've all got circles of friends whose content we don't want to miss. By moving a circle's slider all the way to the right, you can now get notified whenever they share something new.

2) For these select circles, we often have news we really want to share -- like getting engaged, or landing a job. In these cases you can now check "Also send email" when sharing, to help make sure your friends see your message.

3) Finally, we all have a chatty Cathy (or Charles) in our circles. We still want to enjoy their posts in the stream, but we don't want a notification every time they share with us. Now you can do exactly that: just click “Mute” from notifications or their profile.

We're rolling out these features over the next day or two, so check back soon if you don't see them yet. We hope you enjoy these new improvements, and we look forward to hearing your feedback in the comments!

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  • Google
    Software Engineer, 2005 - present
    I work on Google's social project.
  • Akonix
    Founder, Director of Engineering, 2002 - 2005
  • Collegeclub
    Engineer, 2000 - 2002
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San Francisco - Los Altos
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Software Engineer at Google
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  • UCSD
    Computer Science, 1996 - 2000
  • Mountain View High School
    1992 - 1996
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When I was trying to convince my finance (who is a professional chef) to move to leave the city and move to the south bay, this was the hotel and restaurant that did it. We've now moved to Los Gatos and since moving here we've already been back several times. Each time with similar experiences. We ordered the Spanakotiropita, Moussakas, Pork Riblets and several other dishes, all were well prepared and presented. The ambiance is great. And the service is exceptional.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed a year ago
They handed me a beer when I walked in, used a razor on my neck, did a perfect job with my haircut and chrged 1/3 of what I'm use to spending.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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My FI light came on after reading pretty aggressively for a few months on my 06 ZX6R. I took it to two shops who couldn't figure out what was wrong. They reset the light, charged me a fortune, and it came back on a few days later. Ohanlon realized it was an actuator in the exhaust system - a part that none of the diagnostic codes pointed to. Turns out the part was only 90 bucks (a fraction of what I had been previously charged), and he was really good about labor charges. The guy helping me also went out of his way to research a good set of track tires for the bike and sent me a bunch of reviews. Way above and beyond what I was expecting when I said "I'm not really sure what set I want - what do you recommend". And last, but not least, I had stopped by a few months earlier because I lost a bolt off my gas tank (I have no idea how), the guys totally helped me out and refused to take any money. In the motorcycle world I'm used to spending 20 bucks for a fricken bolt...nice to have some generous and helpful people still.
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Public - 6 years ago
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