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Tomáš Kříha
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So I decided to give LinkedIn blogging a whirl and this is my first post. OK, so it's a repost of something I wrote a couple of years ago but it seemed appropriate.

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The view from the Bell Road lookout today in a partial photosphere.
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This post is funny. But the comments are hilarious. Are there that many people out there that didn't get the joke?
"I am a Unix Creationist. I believe the world was created on January 1, 1970 and as prophesized, will end on January 19, 2038"

+*****: it's almost three years since Google+ launched. Why is there still no support for personal Google+ profiles in HootSuite?

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An update of +Chris Noble's really useful time series of the Cook Straight quakes. To my untrained eye it looks like today's M4.9 might be an aftershock in the 21 July M6.5 quake sequence rather than a new quake with its own aftershock sequence. #eqnz  
Updated earthquake time series plots for the Cook Strait area after feeling a few wobbles today.
+Tomas Kriha :) #eqnz   #earthquake   #quake  
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One of the better visualisations of #eqnz quakes.
In the last 5 days there has been 1300+ earthquakes in the Cook Strait area. Here's a quick time series from the M5.7 on Friday morning to 9am this morning. #eqnz #quake #earthquake
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What's the best DIY pay-for-access Wi-Fi hotspot system to use in New Zealand? Is Tomizone the way to go?

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The grass is always greener on the other side. Except when it's blue.

This is a fascinating look at the linguistic subjectivity of colours.

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Should we be worried that RNZ's transmitters are designed to fail when we'll need them in an emergency? Looks like we'll be relying on Twitter for news after the big one. If we've still got mobile reception.

Last para in the story below: "Circuit breakers at Radio New Zealand's transmitter in Titahi Bay knocked out broadcasts on the AM network in the Wellington area for 45 minutes during the shake."
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