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Nate Koechley
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Family. Friends. Community. Technology. Design. Adventure.
Family. Friends. Community. Technology. Design. Adventure.

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Isn't that sweet?!? I stopped by Google San Francisco on Friday and walked by a large wall-mounted Scrabble board we have there (I so want one!). This is what I found.
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IT'S GAME DAY! The Dubs look to even things up in Game 4 in Cleveland. Tipoff is set for 6:00 p.m. on ABC, ESPN Deportes, and KNBR 1050.

GAME PREVIEW » http://bit.ly/GSWgameday
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Defending Millennials: A Response to David Brooks, William Deresiewicz, and Anthony Kronman - The Atlantic
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A Google approach to Photos

At my daughter's preschool graduation not too long ago, my wife and I naturally wanted to capture the moment. So together we took a little over 550 photos and videos! And then promptly ran out of time to do anything with the photos we took. I think we can all sympathize with this; expecting all those photos and videos to make reliving the moments that matter easier, only to find out that the sheer volume has made it harder. 

And that’s why I’m thrilled to introduce the new Google Photos. A home for all your photos and videos, organized and brought to life, so that you can share and save what matters.

Check out my blog post about how we’ve made it easier to relive a lifetime’s worth of photos and videos through the new Google Photos. http://goo.gl/TbBuZX 
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Vox has 53.2M monthly uniques. ReCode ~1.5M.
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"Have you ever seen those brick circles in intersections and wondered what the heck they mean? I sure have. It turns out that underneath each circle is an underground cistern. There are 170 of so of them spread throughout the city. They're part of the AWSS (Auxiliary Water Supply System) of San Francisco, a water system that exists entirely for emergency fire use."
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