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Paya Ebrahimi
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Google+ on the Tesla Model S's beautiful 17-inch center console screen!

This weekend we picked up our Tesla Model S, and of course one of the first things I did was to pull up Google+ on the 17-inch center console screen.  It was so cool to see it render there!  (To be clear, I won't be driving and plus'ing!)

The car feels like it is a tablet computer wrapped in some really incredible hardware.  More pictures soon...
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*Internet.. Promote What You LOVE Instead of Bashing What You Hate*

Seriously... why don't more people do this? What a world we would have if people shared the love instead of hate...♥ Please stop hating on complete strangers... Just carry on with your day if you don't agree.. :)

#inspiration  
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I'd been working on a photo from Taiwan today, but it's a night shot and the skies are coming out distorted when I upload it. Maybe there's something I can do to fix that.. Still trying to figure it out. So for now, enjoy this sunset, not from Taiwan, but from Los Angeles, near the Santa Monica pier. On this night I was following the clouds to the beach when I arrived at the Santa Monica pier. Since I've already got a photo of the pier I like (http://bit.ly/HO3cXf ), I thought I'd go a little north. If you go just half a mile north, there's the widest, largest beach with no one on it... I think I saw two joggers in the hour I stood there. Amazing. Where were the 10 million Los Angelinos? I have no idea.
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Driving along the Eastern coast of Taiwan is pretty awesome, and not something most people do. There's not a lot there in terms of people / civilisation. Most of the big cities are on the Western or Central side. That's a shame, because it's really quite beautiful. It was a cloudy day around noon and not usually a good time for photos, but I got lucky here when the sun broke through the clouds. I almost fell over myself trying to grab the shot before it was gone. I wasn't exactly sure where I was when I took this photo, so once I got online later, I found the spot on the map. It's pretty neat to see the view of this bay from Google Maps and compare it to the perspective of my photo. http://tinypic.com/r/24zxdp0/5 I love this country. :-)
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