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Filip Hráček
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Google employee in the Dart team; gamebooks and pancakes enthusiast
Google employee in the Dart team; gamebooks and pancakes enthusiast

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Google+ for consumers is shutting down in August 2019 (https://www.blog.google/technology/safety-security/project-strobe/).

As always, you can use takeout.google.com to get all your data.

I was hoping that Google+ would join the fediverse (the open standard for social networks, recently popularized by Mastodon). That didn't happen. And the current Mastodon instances that I've seen are not as easy to use or fun as Google+ has been. I'll really miss the community here.

But — I'm taking it easy with social media these days, so this might be a good thing.

If you enjoy the occasional post from me:

* I'll still be using Google+ for at least a few months.
* I'm twitter.com/filiphracek.
* I'm experimenting with Mastodon at https://mastodon.social/@filiph.
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me: <starts logging off facebook after each use>

facebook: ¯\(ツ)

me: <forgets to use facebook for a few weeks>

facebook:
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Hey folks, since G+ is going away in 10 months from now, I'm going to direct anyone interested to the mailing list: https://egamebook.com/signup/

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Být na LinkedInu a žít v Silicon Valley má jednu výhodu — bizarní nabídky práce. Tak třeba dnes mě jedna HR agentura poslala nabídku práce u "nejmenované Fortune 100 firmy sídlící v Cupertinu" (která to asi bude?). Popis práce je "Music Reviewer" pro český trh.

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/616965902/
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me: I like to see things in entirely new ways!

but then later:
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> With this image rotated to a landscape orientation, you can picture the orbital plane of the Solar System, called the ecliptic & Earth's place within it. Plus, you can see how our solar system is tipped about 60 degrees relative to the plane of our galaxy https://go.nasa.gov/2ALTsPO
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This talk is funny, and argues for more skepticism in the IT industry. Two things I value a lot. Highly recommended.
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