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Really weird, and really awesome
Call Me Maybe vs Somebody I Used to Know mashup by Pomplamoose = awesome.

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Frisket did not want to leave - I was too cold to stay.
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Frisket is Not Impressed
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Ed and Sailor, relaxing in our temporary home.
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Frisket was not happy we went to dinner without her. She stood there as long as we could see her - annoyed and baffled that we might leave.
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Sailor @work
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Packing up to evacuate.

Hello? Anyone out there?

Surprising little earthquake commentary here, lots on Twitter.

Definitely felt it in the New York offices.

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This is a great article. The term "hack" is horribly misused, but the wrong usage is probably going to stick.
I published a piece today on the meaning of the word "hacker". In it I argue that while the term has come to have two almost opposite meanings, one among engineers, one in the mainstream media, nothing in the recent News of the World "Phone Hacking" scandal deserves to be associated with this word.

Typing the default password “1111” into the voicemail box of a murdered girl is not hacking. Neither is bribing the police for the phone numbers of celebrities and crime victims. Unless we’re ready to call smashing the window on my Honda Civic “car hacking,” nothing in the News. Corp scandal fits the bill.

There are some great thoughts in here from Kevin Mitnick and +Steven Levy. Facebook founder +Mark Zuckerberg weighs in with his definition of "hacker".

Also +Adam Penenberg just published a great piece along similar lines over at Reuters that I need to digest right now.

http://www.betabeat.com/2011/07/26/hacked-to-death-how-journalists-are-ruining-the-word-hacker/

Lesson of the day, no matter how you categorize people on G+, you'll discover they aren't categorized to meet today's use case.

My circles are thematic, and today I'd like location based.....
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