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Auto Eraser - Very cool.
 
New Auto Eraser function on Google+ creates clean images
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My first HDR photo, using HDR Camera+. With the normal camera, this was stark white on a black background - neither the dog or the car were visible.
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I agree that incumbents struggle when they iterate beyond the requirements of users and that Chromebooks are coming into their sweet spot. At just under $300 price point it is becoming a impulse consumable purchase. Unfortunately manufacturers are often pressed into adding more and more features to keep ahead of competitors and also in the hope of increasing or at least maintaining prices
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Left-wing bloggers will express outrage that Republicans express outrage over the existence of individuals with no insurance coverage.

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Share your printer to Google Cloud Print

Google Cloud Print (http://www.google.com/cloudprint/learn/) is an amazing service. It allows you to print to your printer from anywhere, using chrome, tablets, and smartphones. No printer-specific configuration or device drivers are needed.

But, unless you've managed to find a printer with reliable Cloud Print support, implementation options are sketchy.

Here's how to configure your Debian computer to share your locally-configured printer(s), acting as a proxy.

- Go to http://davesteele.github.io/cloudprint-service/ and download the cloudprint and cloudprint-service .deb files, and install them as root:

    sudo dpkg -i cloudprint*.deb

- Attach the cloudprintd service to your Google account (enter your username and password when prompted):

    sudo /usr/sbin/service cloudprintd login

- Restart the service:

    sudo /usr/sbin/service cloudprintd restart

Now any of your locally-defined printers will be available on the printer management page (https://www.google.com/cloudprint?user=0#printers). From there, you can share the printer to other Google users. The service will be active whenever the computer is running.

Enjoy!

(DD? - RFS #712734)
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Thanks +David Steele I tried ad you suggested above...no success unfortunately, so I decided to make the upgrade to wheezy on my home server. Everything is working perfectly but I discovered the following problem: I have an ADSL connection with a dinamic IP when the connection shots down and switched on again I will have to reboot the server to use that service again. Anyway I really want to thank you for the great job you did.
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