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Ian Sapp
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With the success of Pogo-Go I have decided to announce my newest game. Coming this holiday season!
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Thanks man :') its been a struggle but I finally got out of apple's grasps
 
iPhone/iPad friends, go check out my buddy, +Ian Sapp's game on the app store. Careful though, it's addictive.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pogo-go/id835987731?mt=8
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We makin progress :')
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+Ian Sapp Also their is a bug when you click on the bird. When it is supposed to say "What's New" its just a bunch of coding errors. It looks like you messed up the coding.

P.S check your email more man! 
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Typical Canadian Geese
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Here's my problem with the Surface (using a Pro). Microsoft is trying to bring Windows to the tablet with Windows 8, but right now its clearly not in the right place. I took a Surface home last night to do some remote work and it was a nightmare to use.

First of all, the on screen keyboard would not even pop up if I was in the "Classic View" (AKA not the tiles). I had to manually press the keyboard button on the bottom every time (which is pretty small). Second, using remote desktop to access my work computer, no onscreen keyboard at all. I had to click the tiny start menu items and find the windows 7 keyboard in the accessibility folder. The buttons were way too small for me to press accurately. I got fed up and downloaded the Remote Desktop app from the Windows store (so I can use it in the tile mode)

Guess what? Still no on screen keyboard. I got so fed up trying to make the darn thing work that I just powered it down and used my Nexus 7 (Which oddly, HAS an on screen keyboard in the Remote Desktop app released by Microsoft... hmmm). The problem is that Microsoft is compromising the desktop experience trying to make it work with tablets but on the flip side, the tablet side of things isn't really there either. Its stuck in limbo and in my opinion, you're better off paying for an iPad or Android tablet. They are at least designed to function like a tablet, where as the Windows tablet just seems like a bad experiment. #Windows8   #Opinion  
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I see, I'm not on W7. That's terrible! They better fix that.
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Steam Winter Sales have begun!
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THIS LOOKS GOOD. IDGAF SNOOPY 4EVER
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The CGI looks incredible. I'm glad it still looks like pencil :')
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Anybody know why my YouTube icon on Android looks like a dog bone?
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I made a game! Do me a fav and check it out. Spread the word and all that jazz. Do whatever! Hopefully iOS version will come shortly
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Pc only. It can export to other platforms but the exporters are all separate purchases. Construct 2 is another one that is similar and cheaper. Has lots of export options but its all wrapped html5. Performance is getting better but its not quite where I'd like it to be
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TEMPTATION RISING.
 
New Frames & Shades for Glass

If we had a nickel for every time someone has asked about prescription lenses for Glass… well, we’d have a lot of nickels. So we want you to be the first to know that the Titanium Collection is here, with a handful of new styles for Glass so you can make it your own. Whether you wear prescription glasses or just want a new look, we’ve got four feather-light titanium frames designed just for you. And if you need prescription lenses and have vision insurance (such as VSP), your policy might even help cover your new frames. Explorers can access the Titanium Collection tomorrow afternoon, along with two new styles of twist-on shades.

This is only the beginning, and we can’t wait to hear which style is your style. Check ‘em out on our website, and tell us what you think: google.com/glass
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haha. same here!
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  • Cementation
    System Administrator, 2013 - present
  • Sumaria
    Computer Support Bro, 2011 - 2013
  • Rylex
    Computer stuff, 2009 - 2011
  • Flying J
    2008 - 2009
  • Wal Mart :(
    2006 - 2008
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In a series of cells, I'm so lucky to be part of.
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My name is Ian. I'm 26 I live in Utah. I'm a boring person.

I make terrible photoshops and videos in my spare time.

I play the vidya

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I drink juice every single day
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Alaska - Germany - Georgia - Arizona
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We arrived here pretty late at night. The guy gave us a key to our room but when we opened the door somebody yelled at us to get out. Upon going back to the front desk, he told us that he had given us the wrong key. Once we got the right key we were placed in the smallest room I have ever seen. I didn't sleep a wink that whole night because all I could hear was people walking up and down the hall. The bathroom was right across the hall from us as well so I heard that too. I also felt like our room was haunted. We got out of there as soon as we could the next morning and didn't stay for breakfast.
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