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Peter Tucker
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Very interested to see what YouTube TV can offer, although I'm actually pretty happy with PlayStation Vue. The only major thing I would like to change is to allow 1080p streaming and I don't know that YouTube will offer that.

I used the Fly Delta app from +Delta this past week and it was the best app experience I can remember for a long time.

It began when I first got to the airport - I glanced at my watch and saw that my usual watch face had been taken over by Delta and, after a couple of seconds, it loaded my boarding pass bar code and gate and seat information.

That's what it did for the rest of my journey - it popped up the information I needed, just when I needed it. And, in a really nice touch, I got a notification each time my luggage was loaded onto a plane, when it was on its way to baggage claim, and when it actually arrived at baggage claim.

I think I've only used three airline apps before so perhaps this is more common-place but, even if that is the case, it doesn't take anything away from a truly great experience. Well done +Delta

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An interesting article about how slippery language can be. Fake news can now be described as any story that you don't like or is unfavorable to you. 

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Fascinating article about the over abundance of power in California. As homes turn more to solar, I can't think how it won't result in increasingly higher costs for those still relying on on their traditional utility. Presumably that will force more homes to take the solar route, which will become a recurring pattern. Bottom line, I don't think I'd want to invest in a new power plant right now!

I'm curious why the article didn't talk about power that is imported from out of state. Does it mean that importing does not exist anymore, which seems unlikely? I'd be interested to know how the costs of importing stack up against funding new plants in California.


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A very interesting, though lengthy, article about solar power, particularly in the US. In Southern California, where I live, it is almost a no-brainer to consider solar (if location, shading and setup are right) and installations are becoming more and more common - right now I would estimate that 25% of houses in my neighborhood have panels and that percentage is only going to increase over the next couple of years.

Right now I don't think solar walls are cost effective but those costs are going to come down too, especially now that Tesla is using them at the utility level. 

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Investing article about something we really don't think about - light! 

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Aside from liking Todoist, I'm inspired by the remote working ethos that they champion.
'How to become a market leader in 10 years' - by Todoist CEO & Founder Amir Salihefendic ✅

#todoist #productivity #remotework

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I didn't realize there was so much doubt, at least serious doubt, about the authenticity of Shakespeare. This article is an interesting view of research on the area and the evidence that continues to come to light. 

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