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It is clear by now that Android is winning the overall mobile market share battle in the U.S. among smart phones. But how does the battle break down by state? Mobile ad network Jumptap put out a report this morning (embedded below) with a map showing which states have more ...
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and in less than 24hrs i'm hooked! facebook is sooooo June 2011 ;)
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The 9-year-old who died shortly after trying to raise $300 for 15 people in need has posthumously surpassed her goal thousands of times over.
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so true...almost did this once - http://xkcd.com/921/ (now that was many years ago when I got my first laptop!)
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Impressive choice of organic and locally sourced food. Good juices and smoothies. The only thing I didn't like much was their Kombucha. Its not bad, but I produce my own and it comes out better (not bragging!).
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great tasting pizza. reasonable prices. your no-frills-feeling-lazy-to-cook-fallback-dinner-place
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Don't get tricked by the nice looking lobby of the hotel. The hotel couldn't find our reservation upon our arrival, therefore expectedly had no rooms to offer to us. After the staff spoke to their manager they realized we indeed had a reservation and offered to make our arrangement at Maharani Plaza (owned by the same company) further down the street. We were pacified by the staff saying the other hotel was of the same quality. We discovered later that the other hotel wasn't just lower in tariff but the rooms were horrible with broken bathtubs and ugly looking unclean bathrooms. There was no hot water in the bathroom and it took some explaining to the daft staff that we needed hot water for shower (and not for drinking). Hot water eventually arrived but only after they had wasted plenty by running all the taps in our bathroom for over 20 minutes. Next morning we asked to be moved back to the hotel we had paid for. The rooms had all sorts of issues from very loud noise of the AC (enough to not let you sleep) to smell of cigarettes to walls with paint peeling off to unclean sheets. Whats funny was the fact that the reception staff acted as if they weren't aware of these issues with the rooms. Either the managers never inspect the rooms regularly or the staff is lazy to not do their jobs or both. Horrible and dirty looking bathrooms was a common theme across all the rooms we saw (and we saw about 6-7 of those before settling down for the 3 rooms we thought were bearable to stay). All members in my group were on their first ever trip to India and were coming into Jaipur after having traveled through 4 other cities in India. This was the worst hotel we got on our tour.
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