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Paul Gailey Alburquerque
Works at Droiders
Attended Swansea University, Wales
Lives in Murcia
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Mr Spock Illogically Illogical: is another great series of clips #gplus 
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if you like these 360 circular panos, there's a whole lovely set of them on Flickr:
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Well, that was interesting afternoon... certainly felt it in Murcia as did lots of people in Madrid. 
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Statements from Editor In Chief applicants...what a tremendous process to open it up like this.

I once successfully pitched to one of these candidates way back in the 90's....the smoker!

Editor in Chief of The Guardian. INDICATIVE BALLOT. Organised by the Guardian and Observer Chapel Branch of the NUJ. Candidate's Statements. Emily Bell bell. Wolfgang Blau blau. Janine Gibson gibson. Katharine Viner viner.
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Took this pano along the glorious cycle route today in the Mar Menor, Murcia. 
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A shame, especially for those who invested in the platform as Helpers, it's one of those lesser known but no less brilliant services Google offers.
We have sad news to share today: Helpouts will be shutting down on April 20.

We’d like to thank the Helpouts community for all their contributions along the way. Read more here
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+Montse Cano​ I wasn't so close to Helpouts personally, it was always something I wanted to get around to. I understand many offered themselves on it for free so Google didn't earn anything like they expected, perhaps their 20% commission dissuaded people. Not sure. Similar services, again I'm not qualified to say. Helping people in real time with video? Well if I can make a plug... at Droiders we launched Streye yesterday: Streaming to YouTube from Glass. Totally Gratis. 
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I'm in Barcelona next week for #mwc15 Mobile World Congress,... Monday and Thursday best days for meetings now I'll be with the team at CS121 in the Main Hall Congress Square.... which is infact shaped as quite a bit of a rectangle and is affectionately known as the Wearables corridor... but hey let's not split hairs.

Then weds is - the party we're hosting for
🎶🍺🍻🍹🍸🙋etc.... Ask nicely and I'll dish you an invite code.... within reason.

Hope to see some of you muy pronto.

We're at #mwc15 Barcelona next week announcing more Wearable software (and hardware!). Come by Congress Hall Square, CS121 to meet the Droiders team during Mobile World Congress.

Then Wednesday 4th after we're hosting Glasselona - the party in Barcelona, bar BonaVida. Check for ticket availability!
Estamos en Barcelona la semana que viene con novedades de wearable software (¡y hardware!) Pásate por CS121 en el Hall Congress Square para conocer al equipo Droiders.

Veniros a el miércoles día 4nen BonaVida 
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Interesting... may have to revisit it for the apps version.
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Brilliant.... Shoe shiner from Málaga gives governments their twitter handles (@canada @japan @madrid and loads more) that he preventatively registered in 2007. 
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Tiene aspecto de foto en blanco y negro. Por el atuendo, por la profesión, por el sitio. Javier Castaño, 50 años, va de negro y lleva gorra a juego. Del mismo color son los guantes
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Why am I getting a translate option beneath your commentary +Paul Gailey Alburquerque ? It translates readable English into gibberish English...
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ugh, sticky negotiations afoot in footie stateside....

#football   #soccer  
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  • Swansea University, Wales
    Spanish & Business
    2:1 BA Joint Honours
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Paul Gailey Alburquerque
Inbound @Droiders marketing Glassware for brands. Non-conformist cat herding bilingual Ctrl+U aficionado. Murcia, España
I am a:
  • Zagger
  • Nonconformist
  • Londoner & Murcianico
I've been a digital pro since moving from international media planning and buying in the 90's to managing online projects both agency and clientside.

I joined Droiders in 2013 to direct inbound Glassware marketing for brands - that means I work with highly specialist programmers at an agency, developing Apps for Google Glass, and market them to forward thinking brands.


Father to two lovely children (boy/girl 11 & 5) and married to the love of my life


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  • Glass
  • Wearables
  • Inbound Marketing
  • SEO
  • CRO
  • PPC
  • SEM
  • Bilingual
  • Español
  • Murcia
  • Hammocks
  • Juicing
  • F1
  • Windsurf
I'm increasingly using Google Plus.

I tend to operate with a few principles across all social media.

In the case of Google Plus: I take a few _seconds_ to evaluate people who Circle/Follow me and generally speaking I apply these principles:
  • If your avatar photo is not your face I am unlikely to circle you
  • If you don't have any posts showing I won't circle you - you know you can change that right?
  • If you display your +1's and don't just +1 your own stuff and I think you're interesting, I am likely to follow you
  • If you don't link to your other social profiles I am unlikely to follow you 
  • If you only post images I am unlikely to circle you
  • If you only reshare and never post your own thoughts I'm unlikely to circle you 
  • If you are inactive for more than 2 weeks I am unlikely to circle you
  • If you mix work and pleasure I am more likely to follow you
  • If you participate in other conversations I am more likely to follow you
  • I post in english and spanish and increasingly use Google Plus to manage that in Circles
  • Sometimes I will post in Public in one language, if that bothers you, you can uncircle me
I will update this bio with more context pretty soon. - thank you and good day!
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    SEO, CRO, PPC, UX, Email marketing, Analytics, web development and more, inhouse and agency side directing projects for measurable business value.
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Suelen ser bastantes rápidos Almenos en el pueblo y las pizzas están meramente bien. De las finas siempre. Un menu algo más deluxe no les vendría mal.
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Beer OK, staff good, plenty of seating, kitchen closes too early in the evening and menu predictably so so.
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reviewed 4 months ago
Fabulous Thai food. Really attentive and rapid service. Local Asians eat here which is a good sign. Probably best food I had in a NY week trip.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is cool elevated wild side getaway place to get escape the hustle. Chillaxing watching the boats.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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Dreadful. Overdue a refurbishment by about 27 years and a good dose of bleach, the place is a tatty throwback to the 70's. If you read the small print, the wifi is only available in the public areas meaning the lobby and the bar. Want wifi in your room? Pay up. I had a a light switch to a night lamp concealed behind a bed board, hung on a weak set of nails. OK bathroom was clean but the unclose able bedroom window and overall shabby decor and overall grimy surfaces in the hotel makes it a feel pretty grim. It's the Hale hole in the otherwise quite upmarket village.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Gem of place for a fresh juice or sandwich of any variant.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Pretty reliably good. Best in the immediate vicinity of restaurants....oh and you can get extra poppadoms if you drop in wearing Glass as I have discovered. Not that it's an official restaurant policy but these guys love their tech ;)
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reviewed 10 months ago