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Totally agree. No to the case...
 
Think you absolutely need a bulky case for your phone? Think again. Here's my argument for going protection-free for full pleasure:
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I know Google Docs etc... does it all and does it very well but for those making the transition this video might be helpful How to run Microsoft Office on the Chromebook (for free)
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Would You Like a Car that Only Needs to Refuel Once Every 100 Years?

Laser Power Systems, based in Connecticut, USA, has developped an engine that runs on thorium, a material so dense, that 8 grams of it could power a car for 100 years. It uses lasers and water vapor to power the 500lb engine, which can easily fit in a conventional car.

With over one billion cars on the road, costing trillions of dollars in materials resourcing, thorium could have an immense impact on CO2 emissions. 8 grams of thorium replace 28,000 liters of gasoline...

via: http://goo.gl/1cMHx0
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"Technologist are the ecstatic technicians of the sacred"
 
THE SINGULARITY IS NEAR!

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Interesting article. Would also add the natural tendency to over-value what you own and under-value what you don't own/others own. There is a good section on this in the book "Predictably Irrational"

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The Psychology of a Fanboy: Why You Keep Buying the Same Stuff
http://lifehacker.com/the-psychology-of-a-fanboy-why-you-keep-buying-the-sam-1300451596
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Good list of 10 things Microsoft's next CEO needs to do. One thing that is noticeably absent is any focus on services, namely Azure. Ballmer has missed most trends hugely or poorly, but his focus on services and cloud approach is correct and with continued focus, Azure can be at the top of the heap with AWS.
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Awesome quotes from Elon Musk. I especially love the second one - "Optimism, pessimism, f*** that; we're going to make it happen. As God as my bloody witness, I'm hell-bent on making it work."

Greatest innovators of our time are Musk and Brin/Page, each with same view of taking "moonshots", not accepting that problems are too big.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-elon-musk-quotes-tesla-2013-11?op=1#ixzz2jxyFfw1n
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Most people may have already seen these quotes from Elon Musk, but if not, they are great. I always appreciate and value the people and companies that don't see any problem as too big or too hard. Google, as a company, is another example (self-driving cars, search inside books and what it implied operationally, etc.)

http://www.businessinsider.com/11-elon-musk-quotes-2013-9?op=1
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Great list of Android voice search commands. I use voice search a good amount and there was a ton here I didn't realize it could do.
 
The ultimate list of Android Voice Search commands

Tons of useful stuff here -- much of which I'd either forgotten about or never even realized my phone could do.

Check it out:
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I've been a big Google Keep fan for a while, replacing Evernote with it ever since the multiple breaches with Evernote. Keep is quickest way to easily add notes, but I really started appreciating it and using it when I found what worked for me (specifically, taking advantage of search across notes to tag follow up items or specific topics).

Google adding time or location reminders is one of the key adds I was waiting for, which is now here. Now, they need to allow sharing (or even exporting) or notes...
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    Economics, 1989 - 1993
  • Bensalem High School
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Senior leader in healthcare technology focused on strategy, product management, and R&D
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    Senior leader in healthcare technology focused on strategy, product management, and R&D, present
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Engineering the System of Healthcare Delivery
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books.google.com - As the United States continues to debate reform of its healthcare system, this book argues that providing health insuranc

Six Reasons Educators Say They Are Choosing Chromebooks Over iPads, Netb...
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Readers: This is a continuation of a piece I wrote over the weekend "Chromebooks Gain Ground In The Education Market, But A Majority Of Educ

The Way, Way Back
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An awkward yet intelligent young boy begins to make his transition into adulthood over the course of one transformative summer in this bitte

RetireIT
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Patrick Gray explains how you can save yourself the headache of trying to apply 1980's device management to increasingly prolific, mobile, a

The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II St...
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BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from James D. Hornfischer's Neptune's Inferno. “This will be a fight against overwhelming odds from

The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century
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“Conventional analysis suffers from a profound failure of imagination. It imagines passing clouds to be permanent and is blind to powerful,

Born to Run
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An epic adventure that began with one simple question: Why does my foot hurt? Isolated by Mexico's deadly Copper Canyons, the blissful Tara

Reagan, In His Own Hand: The Writings of Ronald Reagan that Reveal His R...
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Until Alzheimer's disease wreaked its gradual destruction, Ronald Reagan was an inveterate writer. He wrote not only letters, short fiction,

Predictably Irrational, Revised and Expanded Edition: The Hidden Forces ...
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How do we think about money? What caused bankers to lose sight of the economy? What caused individuals to take on mortgages that were not wi

The Great Train Robbery
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From the bestselling author of Jurassic Park, Timeline, and Sphere comes an enthralling novel about Victorian London’s most notorious gold h

No Shortcuts to the Top: Climbing the World's 14 Highest Peaks
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This gripping and triumphant memoir follows a living legend of extreme mountaineering as he makes his assault on history, one 8,000-meter su

Into Thin Air
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When Jon Krakauer reached the summit of Mt. Everest in the early afternoon of May 10,1996, he hadn't slept in fifty-seven hours and was reel

Google Play services
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Google Play services is used to update Google apps and apps from Google Play. This component gives you access to Google Settings and helps a

Why Microsoft needs to worry about Google Glass
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Microsoft is failing in the mobile space -- Surface is skin deep -- but it's looking in the wrong direction if it really wants to make a dif

Customers or "Self-Loading Freight?"
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I see there is discussion again about the airline boarding process, as American Airlines are letting people without carry-on bags board firs

Anything but PowerPoint: five fresh presentation alternatives
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What application springs to mind when you think of creating visual aids to accompany your business presentation? For most people, it’s Micro

Google is turning Chrome Remote Desktop into a packaged app (native app)...
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Tweet. Google's Chrome Remote Desktop is a tool that lets you remotely login to nearly any computer running a Chrome web browser. You can se

iOS 7 is not a redesign -- it's a pretty coat of paint
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Apple unveiled the newest version of its mobile operating system yesterday. While much of the tech world fawned over the new design, I'm not

rhubarb cream cheese hand pies | smitten kitchen
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A home cooking weblog from a tiny kitchen in New York City. The place to find all of your new favorite things to cook.

Comcast says Americans don't need superfast gigabit internet service
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Google Fiber isn't widely available, but it is widely known for one thing — offering blazing fast service: Google touts Fiber as being about

Great experience. Very professional, made sure repair was done right, good communication. Hope I don't have to use them again, but I would. Definitely recommend them.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
I struggled with golfer's elbow for almost a year, had been to two other doctors, and finally went to an ortho who prescribed PT after a negative x-ray. I chose PT solutions as my family had gone there for other issues and could not be happier. Lydia has an extreme focus on her patients, is always looking for how to adjust to continue improving your injury, and you can tell she is totally prepared (many doctors you feel like they read your chart or prepared for you right before seeing you). My elbow hadn't improved at all over about 7 months but has gotten dramatically better after 2-3 months of PT here, to the point that I am back to playing tennis 3-4 times a week (which I haven't been able to do in over a year). Lydia and her staff are extremely dedicated and friendly. I would highly recommend.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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I usually avoid hotel bars, but this is different. If you are looking for a small, quiet, unique place, stop in. They feature mixed drinks made from the 1800s up to 1940, all fresh ingredients, and things you won't find other places. They even will make something up for you - I said I liked rum, orange, bitters expecting the bartender to suggest something from the menu - no, they made something special up and it was awesome. Our whole table loved their drinks. Definitely try it out - my new favorite place in NYC.
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago