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Fred Maya
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If you're a Front-end Dev check out the Sass / Scss source for a CSS grid I put on Github. I've been using it to quickly prototype ideas in HTML. Maybe others can use it too or have ideas to make it better, I'd be happy to partner up:

https://github.com/unmaya/Girder 

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Someone shared this at work today, it looks like a cheesy leadership  / management blog (it might be) but this guy writes with serious purpose and meaning:

"Forget about one. Think two. An ancient proverb says, “Two are better than one because they have a good reward for their labor.” Everyone needs a “with.” Who can you stand with? Who can stand with you?"

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An interesting look at the concentration of wealth in the U.S. and the perceived vs the reality of economic inequality.

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Took this quick pano of downtown Seattle while waiting for our table at the needle's restaurant. Special thanks to my lovely wife for an awesome brunch.
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You really must feel in control here... I was just watching the time-lapse video from the space station which goes well with this image:
http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/04/time-lapse-iss-earth
The Flight Deck of Space Shuttle Endeavour
What would it be like to fly a space shuttle? Although the last of NASA's space shuttles has now been retired, it is still fun to contemplate sitting at the controls of one of the humanity's most sophisticated machines. Pictured is the flight deck of Space Shuttle Endeavour, the youngest shuttle and the second to last ever launched. The numerous panels and displays allowed the computer-controlled orbiter to enter the top of Earth's atmosphere at greater than the speed of sound and -- just thirty minutes later -- land on a runway like an airplane. The retired space shuttles are now being sent to museums, with Endeavour being sent to California Space Center in Los Angeles, California, Atlantis to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on Merritt Island, Florida, and Discovery to the Udvar-Hazy Annex of the National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia. Therefore sitting in a shuttle pilot's chair and personally contemplating the thrill of human space flight may actually be in your future.
Image Credit & Copyright: Ben Cooper (Launch Photography), Spaceflight Now
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Aerial shots of housing patterns. A Great photo collection by Jason Hawkes.
I couldn't stop staring :)

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An official Marshall Fridge with control knobs that go to 11? Yes. This is exactly what the home studio needs! #wishlisted

http://www.marshallfridge.com/?kid=7FK6
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Encouraging words presented with nice moving type.
If it means learning new things, I'll be a happy "beginner" all my life :)

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This is awesome. But its also my favorite sleeping music so its tough to watch :)
Beautiful audio visualization

Find more here : http://www.youtube.com/user/smalin/
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