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Kyle Slattery
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I kind of like how this photo works cropped (previously posted here: https://plus.google.com/106907318243639545385/posts/Fr8xkLKmmZ5).

Let me know what you think! (Even if you think they both suck)
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I see why you like both. The tighter crop reminds me of a spy movie poster.
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A statue of Voltaire by his tomb at the Pantheon in Paris.
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Nice picture Kyle. Looks like you had a great time there.
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I have to say, I usually include a "-Kyle" at the end of responses, but maybe it isn't necessary? I do like having some sort of indication that you've reached the end of my email.
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Pro tip: Email signatures are simply no longer needed after the first correspondance with someone. People can tell who an email is from without any need for a signature.

Yes, this goes for short signatures too. Like "Thanks, Name". It simply isn't needed. Also, it makes threads in Mail.app and Gmail clients look so much cleaner without any signatures.

So, keep a copy/pastable signature around (or you can use the Canned Responses Lab feature in Gmail) that you can use for the first time you email someone. After that, ditch it.
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We may even have some of those nasty things in our attic.
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Wow, In Time looks like it's going to be an awesome movie.
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Just added that date in my calendar.
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There's a badge icon on my Google+ app, even though I have no notifications. Maddening!
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It's interesting Google+ uses timestamps ("4:16pm") rather than relative times ("10 minutes ago"). I personally prefer the latter, because it's easier to judge the age of the content.
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ditto
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An awesome Google Voice feature I had no idea existed: if someone calls one of your phones directly (that uses Voice for voicemail, I'm assuming), rather than your Google Voice number, it will ring your other phones first, before going to voicemail.
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That sound's like a potential feature- I bet voicemail volume is reduced :)
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"Vivre Libre ou Mourir" (Live Free or Die)
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We're so badass. Your rappers are nothing compared to our philosophs
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Photo #2 in my "Blurry French people crossing the frame" series (#1: http://www.flickr.com/photos/deansfurniture5/5816235384/)

Taken at the Pantheon in Paris.
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Really loving Hipmunk's first TV ad.
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Trying out the Google+ iOS app. Looks pretty nice, though for some reason some of the graphics (like on the UINavigationController toolbar) aren't retina versions. 
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Hey, you're the one who posted PHP.
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Andrew Hintz originally shared:
 
How not to design a CAPTCHA

Unfortunately Sony missed the entire point of a CAPTCHA. Instead of using an obfuscated image which is difficult for computers to recognize the characters, they include the CAPTCHA's unobfuscated characters in HTML and use CSS and JavaScript to make the characters appear slightly distorted.

While taking a Digital Image and Video Processing class (EE 371R at utexas.edu), I picked up a summer hobby of writing CAPTCHA breakers. Most CAPTCHAs can be decoded with a combination of Gaussian edge detection and XOR difference analysis with known characters. However this one falls to a simple regex.
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That's hilarious, haha
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    Software Engineer, 2012 - 2014
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    Mobile Developer, 2011 - 2012
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    Web Developer, 2007 - 2011
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