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Tom Chenier
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Last year :D

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Reconnecting at NPH Honduras
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NPH Trip
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From a hiking trip with +Jason Gingerich 
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Nope, not stoned!
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Here's my notes from latest OS upgrade FYI.  publishing to help a few friends looking to install Linux Mint

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This is my favorite portable computer EVER.  Use it for trips, in the evening when I want to be away from my desk, etc.  No maintenance, just works.  If like me you either already save most of your stuff to the cloud (like Google Docs or Office 360) or if you want a present for a family member who mainly needs one for news/social media, etc.... this may be perfect.
Acer C720 Chromebook for $139.99!

Are you looking to try a Chromebook without spending much?  The C720 from Acer normally sells for $200 new and $165 factory refurbished.  Well, today we have a sale where you can get an extra $25 off the refurb price to pick up one for just shy of $140.

The Acer C720 is powered by the very well received Intel Haswell processor.  Arguably, this processor actually has better performance numbers than most newer Chromebooks out today.  The C720 has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of SSD storage.

You can see more specs, details, and a link to purchase here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834314635&cm_re=acer_c720-_-34-314-635-_-Product

For the latest New Chromebook model info, news and deals please be sure to follow me, as I update my profile frequently:

plus.google.com/+BrentSullivan

Feel free to check out our Chromecast Central community as well:

http://bit.ly/ChromecastCentral


#chromebook   #dealoftheday   #chromeos   #acerchromebook   #windows10   #chromebox   #chromecast #deals  
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With the 3 principal original actors even (granted a teeeny bit older)... could be very interesting indeed

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When you make it a habit of shooting for the moon, it’s inevitable that you’ll have some misfires. The important thing is knowing how to fail well.

Any failure should lead to valuable technical, user, and market insights that can help inform the next effort.

Take Google Wave, for example. Wave may have been a technological marvel, but when it came to usage, it was a major flop. So what did we do? Pulled the plug quickly, helped the team find new roles within Google, and used the technical insights behind it to power other products like Gmail and Google+. What might have seemed like a waste suddenly felt like a valuable use of resources.

So the next time a project doesn't pan out, don’t be afraid to call it off. Just make sure you hold onto the good stuff when you do.

www.HowGoogleWorks.net

#HowGoogleWorks #moonshots #failure #google
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