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We're so excited to bring Google Fiber to Austin in 2014. Share this graphic and let your friends and family know you that you'll be one of the first to sign up for Fiber.

You can sign up for updates about Fiber in Austin here: https://google.com/fiber/austin/ 
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Is this something you can use? 
Google Play for Education has officially launched. If you are building an app for the K-12 market in the US, visit the Developer Console and mark your app for inclusion in Google Play for Education

Now's the time to jump in. Google Play for Education puts you one click away from getting purchased and installed by entire school districts. Apps such as Class Dojo, Explain Everything, Nearpod, and Socrative are already getting discovered in Google Play for Education.

To get started, take a look at the detailed guidelines at developer.android.com/edu. They'll help you create an app that's designed for classroom use, looks great on Android tablets, and delivers a compelling feature set for teachers and students.

Visit developer.android.com/edu for complete information on this new program.

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7 days in.. And it's time for a secondary fermenter. Each of these 3 containers will end up being a different mix. 1 will be a spiced apple infusion, 1 will be a sweet orange citrus infusion and the other will be the base beer.
7 days in these secondary fermenters and we will be able to bottle. 4-6 weeks in the bottle... Chill... Enjoy. 
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Next best thing to have after a difficult week than Figueroa Mountain Brewery's Davey Brown..? My own homebrew in a Fig Mtn glass... Tgif folks! 
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Imperial Pale Ale.. Boil begins. 
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New brew has commenced...

http://www.austinhomebrew.com/product_info.php?cPath=178_452_42_162&products_id=268

Imperial Pale Ale
Mini-mash
This high gravity pale ale uses Munich liquid extract for body and color, and is perfectly hopped for a well-balanced finish.

Largest batch I have made so far, this will be a 5gal batch.
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