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I'm very happy that we're well on our way towards being powered 100% by renewable power once these new wind and solar parks are built. I'm especially happy about two "firsts" we accomplished this year, signing the first renewable power deals with Duke Energy and TVA (historically coal heavy US utilities) as well as the first corporate solar deal ever in Chile. 

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Our latest machine learning system is faster & smarter than the first one we built. Today we’re open-sourcing it:

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Good show, +Financial Times web page developers.

"Moral Hazard: Showing you this page would only encourage you to want more pages."

"Speculative bubble: The page never actually existed and was fundamentally impossible, but everyone bought into it in a frenzy and it's all now ending in tears."

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Fabulous presentation. Short, humorous and to the point. And pertinent to solving a huge problem for humanity.

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It’s the perfect time of year for a movie night on the couch. Enjoy one on us ... popcorn not available in digital form.

Available for a limited time in: Canada:
Germany and Austria:
Australia, Brazil, United Kingdom, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, Spain, and the United States:

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Gateway to history...

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The "5 million passwords" story is way overblown. Quick summary:

- The list was not taken from google, but other sites who use email address as logins (so if you used a unique password for gmail, you're fine).
- Less than 2% of the passwords would have worked. Affected accounts have been reset/notified and none of the passwords will currently work

Security tips for GMail / Google accounts in general
- Use a strong, unique password
- Keep recovery options (backup phone, email address) up to date at
- Add 2FA

Other security options:

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We had some extra fun at the Google+ offices in Mountain View yesterday -- a dumpster caught fire. The fire department showed up and the blaze was quickly out, but in the process we discovered that the entire team is, in fact, still five years old, and that people get really excited to watch a fire and a ladder truck and everything.

Sometimes it's good to still be five.
The Trash is on Fire
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