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This street performer would win every halloween contest ever
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Here it comes: The latest and greatest Android phone!
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Time now to look at the Galaxy S3 cuz
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Drop everything. Read. Then continue with your life and do it better.
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Status conscious? Check out this social media flowchart. heheee - this is actually really well done and surprisingly accurate. ha!! Well, ahem, tongue-in-cheek accurate. I'm sharing on G+, so let's see if anyone will actually see it?! :)

The image is was created by +Daryl Lang on BreakingCopy.com; see his fun blog post here:
http://www.breakingcopy.com/social-media-flowchart-status

(Btw, I just discovered this flowchart image when a friend shared on my Facebook profile. I always like to identify the exact source of images and provide proper credit. With this image, the owner can clearly be seen in the lower right. But I also wanted to find the exact location so used the fairly new Ninja trick of dragging and dropping an image right into the Google images search box. http://images.google.com - with images on Facebook, the drag n drop works whether from the lightbox or not. Coolio!!)
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The 18 countries with "AAA" credit rating.
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For those using iPhone..
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Instagram has new camera competitor on iPhone, gets me back to blogging

I reprinted this from my blog at http://scobleizer.com -- it's the first time I've blogged in a few weeks. Google+ has sucked me in big time. You'll see I did this interview with Google Hangout. It worked OK, except I kept double-clicking on the video windows which kept turning off the automatic video switching. Sigh, just can't get anything right. :-)

For the past month I’ve fallen in love with Google+. Instead of spending time on my blog, I’ve been hanging out there posting long posts and participating in the quickly-growing community there.

Truth is I’ve been a bit bored and the engagement there got me over my boredom. I even reformatted one of my iPhones to see if I could live without any apps (I couldn’t, but the ones I really could live without are fewer than even I expected). One app I’ve become addicted to over the past month is GLMPS, that launches today.

First, we all know Instagram passed 150 million photos uploaded yesterday. That’s amazing for an app that’s only nine months old and that most in the mainstream still haven’t even heard of.

The other apps in this space, Color, PicPlz, Path, seem to me to be struggling to come up to the nice UI and use case of Instagram. To be honest, I’ve been using them a lot less lately because of GLMPS.

So, what is GLMPS?

To the untrained eye it looks like an Instagram copycat.

But I’ve found it to be more engaging than Instagram. Why? Because in addition to shooting a photo and uploading that it records five seconds of video too.

It doesn’t sound that cool, right?

But, chase around your cat, or chase around your babies, or watch your significant other for when he or she does something goofy. Shoot the photo. What you’ll notice is that the five seconds of video ENDS with that photo.

Huh? How did it record video before you push the shutter button?

It is recording in the background on your phone. When you push the button it grabs only the last five seconds and uploads just that and a photo. Nothing else is sent to the servers.

Anyway, here co-founders +paul robinett and +Nicholas Long talk to me about it. By the way, why are they talking to me on Google+ instead of in my house, or me visiting them? Well, they did visit me this week but I screwed up the video somehow. I covered that on Google+ itself. Sorry about screwing that up, but I think this actually worked pretty well, I might use it for other videos in the future.

Get it at http://glmps.com

Do you agree it's cooler than Instagram? Which one will you use more and why?
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Awesome Monday Thing

If you like awesome things like I like awesome things then we should totally high five the next time we pass each other in the street. The #gifness  is strong in this one.

#awesome   #gif   #geek  
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Just WOW!
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Why do the Duggars strike such a nerve?
Much like the Duggar family itself, the news that Michelle is expecting her 20th child was, well, huge. Love them or hate them, everyone seems to have an opinion.
STORY: http://bit.ly/sMKLdy
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Robert Scoble originally shared:
 
DEVELOPERS: Check out how New Relic will let you monitor your servers

New Relic is being used by tons of startups to monitor their systems. Here's more with CEO, Lew Cirne, as he discusses with me what he's seeing happen in their business. They also just announced free server monitoring as a core feature. More on that is here: http://bit.ly/ua763k

I wish I could invest in this company, lots of people praise how this company helps their small team have a huge impact in the world.
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Cool feature!
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Have you started sharing your G+ circles with others? Just go to your Circles tab, click on a circle, and you'll see the new Share option (see the video tutorial below). What a nifty feature. I look forward to discovering more awesome peeps to follow on Google+.

Btw, the name of your own circle is kept private as are any edits you make after you share a circle. I'm seeing some folks not keen on this - would it be better if your shared circle dynamically updated across the entire site? Not really, as others will create their own name, and add/delete users as they see fit themselves.

TechCrunch article: http://techcrunch.com/2011/09/26/google-now-lets-you-share-your-circles/

P.S. Just have to say, I'm digging the turquoise lava lamp behind Googler +Owen Prater in this video. hehee!!!! #mewant ;)
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You don't get to see this everyday...
View Giant statue sighting in Hamburg pictures on Yahoo! News. See Giant statue sighting in Hamburg photos and find more pictures in our photo galleries.
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LOL... best headline ever! the not so serious responds are hilarious!
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Now this is a headline you don't see everyday. What do you expect when you combine Australia + poppy + wallabies + crop circles?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/8118257.stm
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