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Pepe Rodríguez
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It's not really creating when you never finish
It's not really creating when you never finish

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Als Optimist startet es sich leichter in die Woche! - via #reddit
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Ryno Motors Company introduced a one-wheel electric scooter, Ryno. The unusual machine, which was presented last year, will soon appear on the market. It weighs 57kg and can go a maximum speed of about 25 miles per hour. To turn while driving, you have to lean to the right or left. Limited in the city to 12.5 miles per hour just like any other scooter, the Ryno packs more features and more fun into its small size than any other product on the market. After about an hour’s worth of training, you’ll be ready to roll!
#bike   #engineering  
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DRONES make the cover of “Successful Farming” magazine

News from the future? – John Deere acquires/merges with 3Drobotics. Farming goes autonomous and droned’. In 2010 John Deere hit $26 billion in revenue. They should have a farming drone either way :)

http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2013/06/24/drones-make-the-cover-of-successful-farming-magazine-makerbusiness/

#makerbusiness  +Chris Anderson  #drones   #uav   #farming  
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A little late, according to Internet standards, but I like this quote "...It's a tradeoff where you're saying: is it sufficiently fast now that the extra hardware cost for it being 10 or 20 percent slower (or even 2x slower), you know, is outweighed by the productivity gains we get from having dynamic features and expressive languages. That's of course the rational approach that everyone takes, right?.." from  http://steve-yegge.blogspot.com.es/2008/05/dynamic-languages-strike-back.html

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Someone's note to himself from Hacker News:

"That would be cool. But you know what else would be cool? Actually finishing an idea that you started. How many times do you start to work on something and never finish it? EVERY time. You've been doing this your whole life. Somehow along the way you have learned many things and even became a master in a few different areas. But that is not what you want. You want to create. It's not really creating when you never finish."

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Story of our lifes. - Zitat via @VISUAL STATEMENTS
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Use case for Glass
Langsam werden diese Brillen interessant. - via +Schlecky Silberstein 
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