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Ian Bromehead
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I thought it was the cat was kileld by curiosity
 
Scare the hell out of the poor dog
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The TF-X Flying Car
will take off and land vertically, fly at more than 200 mph and seat four people

Posted about this a couple of days ago: https://plus.google.com/u/0/114077525644661833984/posts/KMgGMhCm9mn

http://blogs.wsj.com/drivers-seat/2013/05/06/flying-car-maker-terrafugia-reveals-new-faster-design-slideshow/

+Ayoub Khote posted a video on it today.
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A new SQL to the IT Operations Management cockpit story

There should be a way to automate IT monitoring, so that all best practices are systematically applied to every instance of IT components as they are deployed to support business initiatives: http://hpsw.co/Gb9m5T7
Article written byManoj Mohanan Technical AmbassadorHP Operations Management Packs and Content Packsmohanan@hp.com Everyone experiences this phenomenon—we all have so much to do that things are pushed lower and lower on the list, right? It is no surprise that when new business services are rolled out, it is often a second or third priority to deal with the requirements to manage the components they depend on. They are even overlooked occasionally...
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Castro Urdiales in Cantabria, , northern Spain not far from Bilbao
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Super, t'as fait de bien belles photos!
Il y avait vraiment de belles voitures dis-donc.
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  • HP
    1986 - present
  • BSC
    1973 - 1981
  • JB Microsystem Ltd
    1981 - 1983
  • Mecilec
    1984 - 1986
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Yorkshire french englishman
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Born and bred in Rotherham, S. Yorkshire, I schooled there, then colleged at Sheffield Poly, graduating in 1979. I worked at B.S.C. Steelworks who has sponsored me since 1973 then joined J.B. Microsystem Ltd in Ashby. In 1984, I emigrated to France. Living in Issoudun and Bourgoin where my boys were born. We then lived and schooled them in Ecully, before spending 5 years as expats in Seattle and Palo Alto. Today we live in Chambery in the French Alpes
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Colomiers, France - Rotherham, UK - Ashby-de-la-Zouch, UK - Issoudun, France - Bourgoin Jallieu, France - Ecully, France - Mercer Island, WA - Palo Alto - Dardilly, France
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Argh the noise, has to be worst thing about restaurants in usa, this one is a perfect example ugh. This is a typical American restaurant serving Italian food. It's not my idea of an Italian.Here the beer was lousy, the wine worse, I ordered lasagne. Staff tell you its family portions when u get in. I didn't expect so much food served for 1 person, and it was excellent, fresh, tasty, good homely Italian food. But its crazy how can they justify so much food? No portions for 1 makes the meal so wasteful and stupidly expensive. I hate this style the noise the price the waste, its lucky the food was great. Don't go alone !!!
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Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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