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Stuart Hiserodt
Works at Stanfield Hiserodt PLLC
Attended University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Lives in Austin, TX
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TicketCity
5912 Balcones Drive #102, Austin, TX 78731
I've ordered tickets through TicketCity and done business with them and can't say enough about Rafael Rivas and the team at TicketCity. They know their market, respect their clients, and provide a great service. As someone in the legal field and active in the community, I've also noticed their support of Austin non-profits. I've seen several TicketCity sponsored events and seen their tickets at silent auctions and raffles here in Austin (not even sure where else they are active). I respect that and will always start my search for tickets with TicketCity when buying for my clients and myself.
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I see a Disney movie here
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Cat and Dolphin. Share and circle me for more. Found on you tube.
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My cat does that to me too after I eat fish.
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The world's first "spherical flying machine" developed by Japan's ministry of defense. It can hover like a helicopter and take off and land vertically. If it hits an obstacle, it can maintain its trajectory through the use of gyroscopes. It can roll along the ground and walls to maneuver into position. The prototype is made of commercially available parts costing just $1,400. It's equipped with a camera.

I realize this was made for defense and spying, but at this price I'm guessing someone will be able to make a toy out of it as well. :-)

PS: I was going to share the throwable ball camera this morning, but +Trey Ratcliff beat me to it (http://bit.ly/t4tAR7), so I'm going with the Japanese drone instead :-)
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This makes me very happy.
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Holy crap does this model plane haul ass. And sure enough, he lands it safely. The take-off alone was incredible.

Very, very, very fast Turbine powered RC Jet!
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Trying out Google+ ... here's a good article about some girl in Austin. I'm editing this to see if it emails everyone again. Sorry for any inconvenience!


http://austin.eater.com/archives/2011/06/30/la-condesas-alexis-lanman-on-tables-and-tequila-shot.php
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Rude!
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This site is a fantastic way to view real estate, but also to figure out what your perfect house would look like ... then it combines those two features to find you your perfect house in your perfect neighborhood
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First time I've seen this guy ... I'm a fan.
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i fell asleep halfway through
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A throwable ball-camera that shoots panoramas - cooler than the Lytro?

This looks pretty fun...
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Interesting ... another great post via Tristan.
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The Placebo Effect
You've all heard of the Placebo effect. If you take something with no know therapeutic value, but you believe will help you, you generally feel better. But this video points out some interesting facts that I was unaware of, such as the strength of the placebo effect and how it varies depending on presentation (larger and shiner are always the best option), and also the fact that you can become dependent on placebos. People have actually exhibited withdrawal symptoms after being taken off them. Watch the fascinating video to find out more! #placebo

The Strange Powers of the Placebo Effect
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This is amazing!
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Here's a full TED video of a Robot that flies like a bird (they even show the mechanics / how it works): http://bit.ly/nhJ15V Lest you think this post is not about G+ be warned that +Larry Page has often said he imagines Google connected to our brains, and Google is working on cars that drive themselves. Do you think Google robots are far behind? Some robotocists think its important to make robots look and behave like things in nature, so humans can better interact with them. There's probably other reasons to do this as well. For more on the mix between man & machine, see my Kurzweil post: http://bit.ly/pCuHCr
+Kevin Staff made this .GIF - he posts a lot of cool stuff, btw. :-)
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  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    Law, 2003 - 2006
  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock
    Chemistry, 2003 - 2006
  • Hillsdale College
    Political Economics, 1996 - 2000
  • Catholic High School
    1992 - 1996
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  • Stanfield Hiserodt PLLC
    General Member, 2008 - present
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Austin, TX
One of the best places to compliment an evening with my girlfriend. In fact, girls absolutely love this place. The comfy, tucked-away location creates a spectacular "safe haven" for attractive women to meet up before going out. I hesitate in revealing this because the part of me that was raised by my 5 sisters feels like I'm betraying my girlfriend and her friends. With a great wine selection, fantastic appetizers and a insightful waitstaff, this oasis of "aggressive interaction" allows couples and groups of women a place to have an enjoyable moment that could either be you evening or a prelude to the high octane activity of West 6th. As for the culinary deliverables, I don't know about you but I'm just not an entree guy. It's not that I just like appetizers, mostly, it's this insatiable desire to try everything on the menu while enjoying a glass of wine (or 7). The wine selection is spectacular and the meatballs, devils on horseback, and any suggested combination of meats and cheeses are staples for me. The staff here is almost always right on, so I would say you can trust them to help you find an enjoyable and affordable bottle of wine to your food selection. Don't be afraid to let them lead your experience. Drawbacks: It's small, but that's actually a positive in a lot of respects. Waitstaff is always attentive, but the response time can be a little slow (that's probably because I'm usually engaged in the atmosphere and conversation).
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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reviewed 2 years ago
The Borg is currently the waiting tables at Uchiko. The skillfully crafted dishes at Uchiko always taste and look as though they was pulled straight from an art magazine. It's no surprise that Tyson Cole, the James Beard Award winning chef, is a culinary giant and his demi-god status in Austin (and throughout the chef universe) is well deserved. Therefore, I will only briefly state that eating at Uchiko is comparable to your entire table dating your favorite model/actor. It's beautiful (and tasty), everything seems perfect, you get a sense of exclusivity and importance, and you keep wondering, "I am really cool enough to be here?" Well that sounds pretentious and intimating to me, but the well orchestrated collectively connected staff makes this unobtainable famous actress and turns her into the girl next door. I can only compare their in sync manner to The Borg from Star Trek. Every server apparently hooks into a computer system that allows them to know everyone's order, provide detailed descriptions of each dish, and to continuously provide sake, beer and food at the right pace and order. I highly recommend allowing the staff to provide you with suggestions and lead your dinning experience. They are professionals and they know what they are doing, so let them lead this dance. The drawbacks (depending on the experience you're looking for): 1) It's popular and they provide service for walk-ins, so you might need to sit on the patio and have drinks prior to dinner. If you're in hurry, likely not your place. 2) It can be pricey but you're paying for the experience, not a utilitarian energy intake procedure. The Borg doesn't come cheap nor does the quality of food. However, if you're not looking to spend an arm and a leg (which we did ... I believe it was the most expensive dinner I've had in my life) it's possible to do it here, but don't go looking to score a cheap meal. But you can order a great light beer or split a bottle of sake, and if you're reasonable on your food selection, you and your wallet can enjoy an experience that is second to none.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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