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Jason Lu
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#Bigger than bigger - What's Bigger doing to itself? 

I don't get it, Apple's #iPhone6 campaign must be a #joke. The #iPhoton6+ vs 6 is apparently saying "Bigger is better". Perhaps a picture would confuse you Bigger.  So here it is - No offense intended you Apple fans.
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Amazing.People stay for so much longer periods in refugee camps...OMG
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If you are into product development, this is a good seminar to watch. 
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Once again, Silicon Valley is at its best, bringing fresh and innovative +Marissa Mayer up for a huge challenge. Personally, I would love to see Yahoo back to a huge growth curve and even to a new height. This is a great shot! 
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Rare Photo of a Total Solar Eclipse

Saw the news about solar eclipse tomorrow in Western US ( http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/space/story/2012-05-19/solar-eclipse/55046898/1). It reminded me of a photo I took on a coincidental trip to China in 2009 during a very rare full solar eclipse. It was one of the longest total darkness under otherwise "broad daylight". The next one beating it will not occur until 2132 (ttp://www.mreclipse.com/SEreports/TSE2009reports/TSE09reportFE.html),long after we are all dead. It was supposedly seen in a very narrow region in Asia, but unfortunately most of the populated areas were under overcast or hazy skies. I was at a historical ancient architectural town, Xidi, on a super clear day, in a court yard where "Crouching Tiger" was supposedly filmed according to tour guide. Making it even more interesting, everyone except my family ran outside as the sky grew dark. Thanks to the long duration, I managed to mount a flash to show the roof eaves as a reference because the court yard was in total darkness.

Hope you enjoy this little myth with your friends and families till the next big one.
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Thank you. +Aimee Cvitanovich 
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Full Moon in San Francisco on Fall Equinox 2013
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Taking Cues from Google Chairman ... connected home, wearable electronics, health monitoring ...
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For those who likes a bigger screen than the current iPhone. 
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Google's Nexus 7 Tablet: Does anyone know if its wireless capabilities can really replace the HDMI and mirco SD functions?
It's a fantastic product. I was going to order one until I realized it doesn't come with them. 
Look out Amazon. Google has taken direct aim at the Kindle Fire with its new Nexus 7 tablet. From using one hands-on I can say it is definitely out-paces the Fire across the board.
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I'd like to use the HDMI to connect to a standard monitor, which doesn't have the DNLA capability, for product shows /exhibit. Currently, I had to use an old ThinkPad through a DVI connector. An inexpensive tablet would be a great multi use for business trips.  +Daniel Wilson 
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Rare Photo of a Total Solar Eclipse. #photography #rare #total #solar #eclipse #centennial #architectural #historical #movie #China #Asia

This news about solar eclipse in Western US ( http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/space/story/2012-05-19/solar-eclipse/55046898/1) reminded me of a picture I took during a once a century total solar eclipse in a unplanned trip to Xidi, China in 2009. It was one of the longest total darkness under otherwise "broad daylight". The next similar event will not occur until 2132 (ttp://www.mreclipse.com/SEreports/TSE2009reports/TSE09reportFE.html), 120 years from now and long after our passing. It was supposedly seen in a very narrow region in Asia, but unfortunately most of the populated areas were under overcast or hazy skies. I was visiting an ancient architectural village, Xidi, on a super clear day, in a court yard where "Crouching Tiger" was supposedly filmed according to the tour guide. Making it even more special, everyone except my family ran outside as the sky grew dark. Thanks to the long duration, I managed to mount a flash to have the roof eaves as a reference because the court yard was in total darkness.

Hope you enjoy this little myth with your friends and families till the next big one.
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Joli !
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wow, amazing. I shall try and dig up some of the photos. You may like these too. :)
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