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I am contemplating leaving Google+ I have too much of my life wrapped up in Google to risk having my account frozen. I have been "thepete" on the Internet since 1998. I don't want to risk losing my gmail account and other g-services connected to "thepete" account name. I don't understand this War on Anonymity that Google is waging but I'm not risking it. If you haven't heard about it, read more here: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/violetblue/google-plus-deleting-accounts-en-masse-no-clear-answers/567 You can check out the "community standards" here: http://www.google.com/support/profiles/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1228271

It's a real shame because I really like Google+ but can't stand this kind of corporate big brother crap.

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My laptop look like mac
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Here that is again in high res.
"Station Crew Views Shuttle Landing"
Image credit: NASA

http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_2014.html
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Easily Unlock All The Levels of Angry Birds in Google Chrome | Angry Birds Hacks and Tricks for Chrome


http://technojourney.com/trending/easily-unlock-all-the-levels-of-angry-birds-in-google-chrome-angry-birds-hacks-and-tricks-for-chrome/
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iOS 5 Beta 3 Adds Gestures that Replace Hardware Buttons


Apple has released the newest beta of their upcoming iOS 5 mobile operating system, and one of the quickly discovered new features is a gesture interface that provides the same functionality as the iPhone and iPad’s hardware buttons.

Listed under the Accessibility settings in the device’s setup area, the new “Assistive Touch” option places a floating button on the screen which allows users to use touch gestures to complete a variety of commands, including returning to the home screen, multitasking, changing the device’s volume and more. While it appears that Assistive Touch is targeted at those who have difficulty with hardware buttons, the feature appearing in this way has signaled to many that Apple is considering dropping hardware buttons in future devices.
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