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Hmm, interesting. I had no idea. Hey Nodejs is free!

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+Gerardo Ornelas, looks familiar? I should sail there sometimes :)

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Swift for Android? Fast Android emulators? Portable code between iOS and Android? I hope I never wake up from this dream . . . 

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Very. NIce Google doodle celebrating Beethoven. Very innovative great Brno canvas work

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To all my sailing friends. Will you change your winter plans and visit Cuba?
Travel to Cuba now permitted by boat - NMMA reports that the White House Administration recently released new rules surrounding US travel to Cuba. As a part of the new rules, persons traveling to Cuba will now be able to do so by vessel whether for hire for recreation. This puts boating on parity with other forms of transportation, which initially was restricted to air travel only. Travelers must still follow all guidelines and travel purposes, however the announcement was a momentous step ...

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Finally Bahamas and Kenya are included! I hope this will apply for Google Fi network as well.

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A great interview with Steve Wozniak - one of my favorite Apple people. (And the reason for Apple computer's existence IMHO). Definitely worth listening to. He offers many great life advices.

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The performance difference is very interesting. I'll have to try it out. 
Chrome custom tabs: smoothing the transition between apps and the web

Android app developers face a difficult tradeoff when it comes to showing web content in their Android app. Opening links in the browser is familiar for users and easy to implement, but results in a heavy-weight transition between the app and the web.

You can get more granular control by building a custom browsing experience on top of Android’s WebView, but at the cost of more technical complexity and an unfamiliar browsing experience for users. A new feature in the most recent version of Chrome called custom tabs addresses this tradeoff by allowing an app to customize how Chrome looks and feels, making the transition from app to web content fast and seamless. Learn more in our latest blog post.

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Nice Caribbean music compilation. For those days when you miss some of the pristine water and the island atmosphere.

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Surfing "to" USA
We are making our way back to USA, and the wind is just about perfect. Downwind all the way. We left Dominica to a steady 20 knot breeze for a 240 mile journey to St. Croix (USVI) where I was hoping to make a phone call and take care of a few things back ho...
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