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Michael Lange
Works at PacifiCorp
Attended Brigham Young University
Lives in Bountiful, Utah
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Google Earth Pro is now free!
Over the last 10 years, businesses, scientists and hobbyists from all over the world have been using Google Earth Pro for everything from planning hikes to placing solar panels on rooftops. Google Earth Pro has all the easy-to-use features and detailed imagery of Google Earth, ...
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free, eh? they must be getting ready to discontinue it...  ;)
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Get in the mood for Christmas with the most charming vocalist I know :)
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Some innovative ideas for improving your smartphone photography
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"Social media channels are global tools that can personally and positively impact large numbers of individuals and families. And I believe the time has come for us as disciples of Christ to use these inspired tools appropriately and much more effectively to testify of God, the Eternal Father, and His plan of happiness for His children." - Elder David A. Bednar at today's #BYUdevo

Watch the devotional on demand at BYUtv.org: http://www.byutv.org/watch/event/852b379b-54c5-468b-97b2-ea221b4a56c1
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I had this design in my drawer ... grrr!
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Never having to ask where the bathroom is makes leaving your comfort zone a little more comfortable.

Explore confidently with the new +Google Translate app. http://goo.gl/Ulw9wR
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The human battery: Powering wearable electronics

Do you recall those kinetic watches that used to exist some time ago - the kind that charge when you shake them? No? Well, generating power for wearable electronics that does not need a battery has been a long-standing dream. And the latest attempt looks very promising.

This thin, flexible material has a bunch of tiny 'hairs' that harvest static electricity from the skin - sort of like how rubbing a balloon on your skin also generates electricity. The current prototype generates 90V at the touch of a finger. Not sure about the produced current, but that cetainly may be enough for some sort of movement-activated alert device, and perhaps a more energy-efficient smart device, watch, communicator, or glasses with HUD in the future.

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Flexible friction-based generators could lead to self-powered wearable electronics
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Get a jump start on that New Year's resolution.
There are countless websites out there that are geared to make you smarter and more brilliant for either a low or no cost. Here are just 25 killer websites.
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Outstanding article that does a terrific job point out how worthless financial reporting and analysis is (along with nearly every other type of reporting and analysis).
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"There's a simple answer to every complex question - and it's wrong." - Umberto Eco
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  • Brigham Young University
    Environmental Soil Science, 2002 - 2005
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Project Management, Finance, Construction, Environmental Remediation
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  • PacifiCorp
    Project Manager, 2013 - present
  • SAIC
    NW Portfolio Manager, 2005 - 2013
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Bountiful, Utah
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Bothell, Washington - Byron, Wyoming - Eden Prairie, Minnesota - Missoula, Montana - San Francisco, California
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Been here forever. Not the best pizza in town, but certainly better than average. I think the memories only serve to make the food taste better. We'll keep coming back.
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