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Thomas Rindfuss
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If you don't opt out Google can use your profile when advertising products and services you have commented on or reviewed. Opt out here
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Some say he has access to real time imagery, and that he knows all the moves to Gangnam style. All we know is, he's called.....http://goo.gl/maps/VY6fI #streetview
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Amazon gives you mp3 versions of any CD you have bought through them.

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Click some blank bit of page on G+ , Hold shift, press ? key  ... look what happens! :D
Edit: Turns out this works in all Google Products, try it in Gmail!
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My Android phone has been throwing sync errors at me for a few weeks. Turns out that when I accidentally reset my Google apps account password it automatically disabled my Google wallet account (Security feature). That was what was causing my sync errors. It would fail to sync even if I told the phone not to sync my wallet account. As soon as I verified my wallet account and had it re-enabled everything worked fine again...

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Do you want to publish your personal website in a cheap and easy way? Perhaps you want to share it so others can test it? You can use Dropbox for that.
If you have a Dropbox account or get one before July 31st 2012 you have access to the "public" folder. Accounts created after that won't have this feature.
http://www.ghacks.net/2012/06/15/dropbox-kills-public-folders-for-new-accounts/

Put your website in your "public" Dropbox folder. Right click the index.html file and choose "Copy public link". You now have a URL that others can use to access the entire website just as if it was published on a web server.
If you have a registered domain you can then forward your domain to this URL. If you choose to mask the forwarding people visiting your site will never know they are in fact accessing your public Dropbox folder.

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Android Bootcamp: Over 20 hours of FREE +Android Training

Have you ever wished you could develop for Android? Or, maybe you're a developer wishing to brush up on your development skills? If you answered yes to either of these questions, Android Bootcamp 2012 is for you.

Android Bootcamp is a training course for designing and building mobile applications using Android. Android Bootcamp explains the philosophy of developing for Android through its main application development building blocks and their interaction with one another. By the end of the course, you'll be able to build your very own complete Android application.

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Special thanks to marakana.com and +Marko Gargenta, the company behind these FREE tutorials. If you need something a bit more hands on instead of self paced, check out their official training course here: http://goo.gl/KDNtJ

Well... I know what I'll be doing over the next few weeks. Enjoy!
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If you signed up for Microsoft Skydrive before April 22nd (And you have uploaded at least one file). Make sure to log in to https://skydrive.live.com/ now (and click a banner) to keep your 25GB limit. Otherwise it is lowered to 7GB. The good news is that now it syncs just like Dropbox.

Ran a 10k in 45 minutes 47 seconds shaving a few minutes of my previous personal best. Not bad after not running much while on the Disney Fantasy for five weeks.
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