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Ade Oshineye
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It's amazing the people you run into in Harajuku.
I'm a little surprised that everyone in the video except me was able to complete the Kendama challenge.


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More data doesn't always make the experience better.

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"""It would be remiss to dismissively say Gopher was killed by the Web, when in fact the Web and Gopher can live in their distinct spheres and each contribute to the other. With the modern computing emphasis on interoperability, heterogeneity and economy, Gopher continues to offer much to the modern user, as well as in terms of content, accessibility and inexpensiveness. Even now clearly as second fiddle to the World Wide Web, Gopher still remains relevant."""

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#prediction201712 this movie will consist of poorly realised heroes beating up identikit bad guys to prevent a giant CGI effect in the sky from destroying the world. Just like Suicide Squad.

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"""The only Web that is permanent is the one we control."""

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Posting: http://benjamin-meyer.blogspot.co.uk/2005/11/type-manager.html so that when #FutureMe is trying to figure out where the phrase "type manager" came from and discovers that: http://www.icefox.net/articles/typemanager.php is 404 he will be able to read the article since the author apparently switched to Blogger at some point in the last 12 years.

I'm also going to mention iTunes since #FutureMe is likely to use that as a keyword when searching.

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"""My system is unsustainable and arguably insane. I am the edgiest of edge cases. But I’m that way because iTunes allowed me to be. And for the better part of a decade, that let me stay connected to incredible music that likely otherwise would have disappeared from my life. The great thing about desktop computing is not just that it allows nerds to be nerds but that it encourages them to do so. The decline of sync is a small thing, but a revealing one. On the desktop you control your own destiny. On mobile you subscribe to it, for $10 a month"""

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What a release! Snapseed 2.17 starts rolling out today and it brings you three new awesome tools: Double Exposure allows you to blend two photos and choose from blending modes that are inspired by analog film techniques as well as digital image processing. Face Pose lets you correct the pose of portraits based on three dimensional models. Expand allows you to increase the size of your canvas and fill up the new space in smart ways with content from your image.

In addition, local looks and QR looks now support the Brush tool and Stacks Brushing.

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