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Eric Clayberg
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Serial entrepreneur currently working at Google
Serial entrepreneur currently working at Google

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+Hugh Howey, author of Wool, stopped by for a tour and lunch at the Google Cambridge office. He graciously signed all the books and comics in my Hugh Howey collection, and then slid down the office firepole like a pro.
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Lee passed his Eagle Board of Review tonight and is now an official Eagle Scout. We are all very proud of him and everything he accomplished to get to this point at only age 15. Congrats Lee!!
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Lee's Eagle Board of Review
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+Lee Clayberg built a very impressive Veterans Memorial at Oakdale cemetery in Middleton, MA. A 22' central flagpole has the US and POWMIA flags surrounded by five 15' flagpoles for each major branch of service. The flagpoles are arranged in a pentagon shape separated by granite spokes. 4"x8" red pavers complete the central area and are interspersed with dozens of engraved bricks supporting our veterans. The central area is surrounded by a 2' apron of crushed blue stone.
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Lee Clayberg's Eagle Project
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Awesome pool party with lots of great food and great friends!
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Pool Party June 2015
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Flagpoles and granite installed just in time for Memorial Day. Pavers and engraved bricks next. Lee hopes to dedicate the memorial on July 4th!
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Raising the center flagpole at Lee's Eagle Project (a Veteran's Memorial at Oakdale Cemetery in Middleton, MA). To see all the pics from the project see: https://plus.google.com/u/2/photos/+EricClayberg/albums/6082350985243898481.
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This is a brand new one-of-a-kind Tempest 2000 machine custom built by Jeff Mathews at Classic Arcade Restorations (www.classicarcaderestorations.com) at my request. Internally, it's running a 1994 Atari Jaguar and the Tempest 2000 game designed by Jeff Minter (which is itself a remake of the Dave Theurer 1981 arcade classic, Tempest - my all time favorite!). Externally, it is designed to look like an actual dedicated co-op arcade game that could have actually been built by Atari. The attention to detail is amazing (as expected from Jeff!)... custom marquee, control panel, side art, etc. It also has a kick ass sound system built in that does incredible justice to the amazing Tempest 2000 soundtrack. Jeff spent several months researching and building this project, and I am utterly amazed by the results.
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Tempest 2000
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Great job +Devon Carew and +Luke Church !
I want to take the wrappers off Dart Pad, a browser-based Dart experience that +Luke Church and I have been working on. We like to think about it as a language playground; it can be used by new developers to have fun learning Dart, and by experienced Dart developers to quickly experiment with new ideas. Developers get live code analysis feedback and can see the code run right in their browser.

If you're on a laptop, check it out at https://dartpad.dartlang.org/. If you're on a mobile device, try https://dartpad.dartlang.org/mobile.html.

Dart Pad is in beta; feedback welcome (https://github.com/dart-lang/dart-pad/issues)! Some of our plans for future iterations include:

- improved support for sharing, via Github’s gists
- support for package: references
- merging the mobile and desktop UIs into one, material design based UI
- improved API exploration via integrated code completion and dartdoc documentation

Thanks for kicking the tires!
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