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Jorge E. Gómez
«I now believe it’s essential to embed my instincts and values, to a greater and greater extent, in the technology I use.» +Dan Gillmor
«I now believe it’s essential to embed my instincts and values, to a greater and greater extent, in the technology I use.» +Dan Gillmor
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Great additions to reading list

Via +Jessy Irwin

#infosec

/cc +Sandra Montañez
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Would you use the Instant Pot or the Slow Cooker for this delicious-sounding Vegetarian Lentil Tortilla Soup from Peas and Crayons? >>> https://www.slowcookerfromscratch.com/vegetarian-lentil-tortilla-soup/
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Bogota brick buildings
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Is Ecuador's Mashpi Lodge the most sustainable way to stay in the jungle? http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwpYTm5DU
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Sunset in Bogota
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Great home decoration wallpapers
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Here's one of my new favorite cities, Budapest, Hungary. There is so much to see and do... and the food was amazing (about 10-20% the cost of anywhere else in Europe or the USA!) - not that I need any more incentive to eat! 🙂 It was good to walk around and see all the sites, listen to music, sit down and have a snack whenever I got hungry... also great to hang out with our new friend Seth Coleman ! 🙂
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Drastic and disastrous changes to a Google product

Great article on one of +Google​'s worst recent decisions.
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Golden Gai, Tokyo, Japan

Golden Gai is a small area of Shinjuku, Tokyo, composed of a network of six narrow alleys, connected by even narrower passageways, famous both as an area of architectural interest and for its nightlife. There are over 200 tiny shanty-style bars, known in particular for the artistic affinities of their patrons. Most of the bars are so small that they can only fit five or so customers at one time.
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