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Mina Radhakrishnan
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zombie love
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recent holiday gifts
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my fortune from last night...
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jumping the shark (aka my desk)
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yesterday night, we built a gate out of the boxes from our imacs in the @uber HQ. we also got featured today in business insider with a tour of our offices - check it out: http://www.businessinsider.com/uber-office-tour#product-managers-curtis-chambers-and-mina-radhakrishnan-overlooked-all-of-the-uber-cars-on-the-road-they-saw-exactly-when-my-car-arrived-at-ubers-office-12!
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just got this book! super excited to read this novel by colin meloy of the decemberists and his wife.
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the towels in my hotel are very high-tech.
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For managing the needs of a non-profit organization, Google is usually a great service - it has a wonderful set of products that can be used for most of those needs.

However, it's always bothered me that Google Groups has been such a neglected product. It's basically the ONLY good way to communicate and disseminate information to people when you have people who don't all have gmail/apps email addresses. Recently, as part of the UI changes being made to Groups, they've eliminated very useful functionality and made it difficult to switch over to the new UI.

You can't add people to groups anymore. When you're working with students who are not used to accepting mailing list invitations, it means you literally have to sit down with them at a computer and force them to accept the invite. I understand the possibility for spam here but there are many ways that they could have managed the spam situation rather than eliminating a very useful feature entire.

You also can't nest groups anymore. WTF?

Moreover, the Google Groups help pages don't provide support and there is no forum to get any help with these questions.
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