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Optus: "We will continue to preserve net neutrality but [if you pay us money we will treat your packets slightly more neutral]". Nice doublespeek that you did there, #Optus .
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In a move that is sure to spark a debate about "net neutrality" in Australia, Optus is soon likely to ask internet video streaming services such as Netflix to pay a fee to ensure that quality video streams are delivered to internet subscribers.
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DC == Data Corner...
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+Tenchi Loh​ that kind of furniture don't look child-safe...

+IzHaM Merican​ ishhh... Susah nak tukar kalau guna cable tie...

+cruzz mz​ think my wife's point is not to let the equipment go all over the house...
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Yesterday's dinner: penne ragu Bolognaise...
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Haha thanks +Jens Reuterberg. You do learn a thing or two living alone for as long as I had.

+Roy Ngan pretty sure all the Vit C has been cooked out of the vege after a few hours.
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+Christine C.+Michelle Chew+Linus Chew+Aaron Ho+Fizah Yusof

Dammit, you know, after typing all your names, I realized every single one of you hv one???
 
Update time OnePlus One owners - OxygenOS now available.

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A week ago, OnePlus issued an apology after delaying the release of their OxygenOS update to the One. Today, the update is now available for download. Unfortunately, there is both good and bad/time-consuming news here. The update introduces Lollipop to the OnePlus One, along with OnePlus' take ...
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After 5 days of using the Nexus 6, I wholeheartedly agree. Quick charge FTW!
A year ago, maybe even six months ago, I was fully invested in Qi wireless charging. There was a time that I couldn't even envision life without a phone that had Qi wireless charging built-in. In fact, I used to complain about phones not having the technology built in and chastised carriers for ...
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I need both. And I use both.
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H/t +Kee Hinckley
 
To employee or not to employee.
Several years ago, Boston lawyer Shannon Liss-Riordan was visiting family and friends in San Francisco.
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I defy anybody to hold 3 pointy thingies (in this case, a set of router wifi antennas) and not do this with them. 
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ASUS router wifi antennas?
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It ain't right. How can such a serious message be so damned funny???
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Can't afford SSL/TLS certificates for your Web site? You'll have no excuse once this programs ramps up later this year: Free Web security certificates forever are coming.
Summary:The Internet Security Research Group and its Let's Encrypt project -- a free, automated and open security certificate authority -- wants to make the Internet securer than it is today.
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Dear lazyweb, is there an app to merge multiple screenshots, say of a really long chat conversation into one long vertical image? It must be able to detect overlapping sections of the image and remove them. Sort of like a vertical pano. Thanks!
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Wanted this for the phone, actually, but thanks too!
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Note for self. Should try this out eventually. 
Home automation has been an interesting topic to me for quite some time, but to be honest I’ve found it to be a little too expensive and too proprietary the past 5-10 years. Primarily my …
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Known elsewhere online as feicipet.
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I'm not sure what to make of this. The Teochew Chinese like to make their porridge / congee into nothing more than rice floating in soup, and I don't like it. I prefer rich Cantonese congee where the rice has been boiled down, lost its form and released its starch into the congee. This one though, is on the other side of the spectrum. It has a texture like someone ground the rice into flour and made the congee with the flour. It's smooth, for sure, but the same way that baby food is. Don't think I like it all that much. The flavor is fine, but the texture was all wrong. Ditto for the meatballs served in the congee. They have been over-processed to the point of being more Chinese meatballs rather than minced meat.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Very nice decor and very nice food. I went in blind as I was just pulled into a late dinner, but didn't regret it. My friend ordered a steak for me, which came perfectly medium rare.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Can't comment so much on the sushi as I don't nearly eat enough to know the difference. But the teppanyaki pork loin, tonkatsu and chashu ramen was outstanding. Service was very attentive, but there was some miscommunication about what we ordered due to the waitress assuming what we wanted without actually looking at the menu.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Awesome traditional Cantonese fare
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Specializes in mussels, which they do pretty well indeed. Unfortunately, that's the only thing that they do well. Almost everything else that came out of their kitchen was just so-so at best. OK if you're really focused for your dinner.
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place should be called Ra-Men Bankara. Pretty awesome ramen. We only tried their namesake ramen and it was darned good.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago