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Apparently the people of Sunnyvale think Cam could use a little help. This was at a local Starbucks. 
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Checking out bikes with Kelly at Via Bicycle. Very cool bike shop! 
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Let's face it, this is the closest I'm getting to attending a Superbowl!
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Closer than most of us! Nice job Morgan! Thanks for the pre pre-game
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I love the update to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy ( Much better interface and improved readability. Should be much more accessible on mobile now too! 
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Confirmed. The mobile experience is vastly improved. 
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Home now and about to walk the dogs! 
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One of my first dining experiences in Japan. A little hard to find if you don't know the area, but we'll worth it. The dumplings / "potstickers" are absolutely delicious. Had to order a second round!
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Incredible views. Definitely go to the top observation deck if you have the time. The "bottom" of the Skytree also has a great shopping center. And for you Macross/Robotech fans, be sure to seek out the life size Valkyrie and the katana crafted from a meteor!
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