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Jay Kim
Works at NY Court of Appeals
Attended Stuyvesant High School
Lives in Brooklyn, NY
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Hey all, what settings do you recommend for better battery life? I have a 46 mm 2nd gen, and have been getting some quick drain. Thanks! 
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I have all the bells and whistles turned on and usually still have 30-40% left when I take it off around midnight. Usually goes on around 7AM. Sounds like you have a rogue app
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Hey guys, is there a way to measure battery life? I figure predicted time remaining will vary depending on your activity, but sometimes I'm just browsing and I don't appear to get great numbers for long battery life. Thanks! 
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If you get the metal band version of the watch, how easy is it to adjust the length? Thanks!
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If you do it yourself. Make sure the little metal colllets don't drop out of the band. These hold the pin tight and if they drop out so will your pin afterwards. 
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Unboxed the Pixel C today and so far loving it. I've been using smaller tablets the last couple years, so it was great to have such a large screen tablet again. The display is sharp and can get super bright. The keyboard attachment is great and I got used to typing on it within minutes. Have not had any issues with screen or keyboard lag, or wifi. 
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I just got mine up and running. So far the WiFi seems fine. Router is in the basement and speeds seem normal for it. Lovely screen and so far no touch issues, screen popping etc. Need a case quick though as its slippery.
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Hi all, I'm looking to get an Rx100 camera soon and saw the Mark IV will be released soon, although at nearly $1,000. Any thoughts on the worth of getting the IV, or would the III be more than sufficient? Thanks!
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I was in the same dilemma. I could have waited for the 4 but 3 was down in price and I don't do video. I understand 4 has many good changes but for my type of photography 3 was good enough. I have the mark 1 but needed the wifi and screen tilt so 3 was the one. Best of luck 
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Question for Note 4 owners: do the chamfered edges on the phone scratch easily?
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Yes. But here is why for me. When I used this phone without a case there weren't any scratches. Then I purchased a few slim fit cases from ringke. These cases have hard interior edges and fit really snug. In switching them out periodically on and off again and again that's what did it. Use cases with a soft interior lining and you will be fine. My scratches are self inflicted and minimal, but they are there no doubt. 
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Hey all, I recently got a Chromebook Pixel LS and have been concerned with battery life. Just took it off the charger at 100%, screen brightness at 50% and it's estimating 6:53 battery life. Not getting close to the estimated 13 hrs or so. Worth contacting Google Support? Thanks!
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Thanks for the responses +Daniel Hutson​ and +William Parmley​. Just wanted to confirm I'm having the same user experience as everyone else. I agree -- if I'm just reading a text file screen time jumps up. But running Youtube and other process heavy pages and it drops. And yes, I'm almost never at 50% screen brightness just given how bright and beautiful the Pixel screen is.
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Hey all, suffered a major issue with my Pixel C this morning -- the screen became totally unresponsive to touch. The screen wakes up when hitting the power button, but does not register any touches at all. The connected keyboard can open it up, but I'm limited only to the actions I can take with keyboard shortcuts. Running the battery down to see if it'll do any better afterward. Otherwise, this is getting returned. 
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Hey all, thanks for the tips. I ended up just powering off/on and was fine. 
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Hi all, deciding between the Huawei Watch and the Moto 360 (2nd gen). Would anyone be so kind as to share their experiences so far with the Huawei watch? Input from anyone who has/tried both would be appreciated as well. Thanks!
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Don't forget the speaker that the Huawei Watch has and no 360 has.  When enabled, that will definitely be something that sets us apart.
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My frost 64 6p ordered back in early October has been in pending purgatory. Got the delay and $25 credit email last night. Then wake up this morning to see the order is now in processing. Can't wait to get it!
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Hi all, first time using Aosip. How do I change themes? Thanks!
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Thanks for the help everyone!
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It looks like I have at least 2 Inbox invites. Anyone interested, leave your emails and I'll send over. 
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Jdcurry7@gmail.com 
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Education
  • Stuyvesant High School
    1999 - 2003
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  • NY Court of Appeals
    Law Clerk, 2010 - present
  • NYC Law Department
    Assistant Corp. Counsel, 2008 - 2010
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This is a relatively new location in the growing Rego Park area. The store itself is quite nice -- it is spacious and has a large number of seating options. The level of service is, however, lacking. Drinks are inconsistently made and the baristas and cashiers can be rude.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
I ordered a custom birthday cake for my wife recently and had a great experience. The bakery was nice and incredibly helpful in taking my order and explaining my options. Most importantly, the cake was delicious. We got a basic yellow cake with strawberry filling and vanilla buttercream icing. The cake was moist, there was a good amount of preserves and the buttercream is a Swiss buttercream, a delicious buttercream that's light and a little less sweet than other icings. The bakery offers daily made pastries and has some seating options that look great for a relaxing weekend.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Was excited to give this new poke restaurant a try, but came away disappointed. First, although I'll attribute it to their recent opening, the line was long and slow (and I went closer to 2pm, after a lunch rush). Second, I ordered salmon and shrimp as my two proteins and barely got any salmon. Other poke places are generous with the protein. Third, unlike other places that use vinegar-based sushi rice, this is plain white rice. If you want white rice, I would suggest getting a sauce that will soak into the rice, otherwise you end up with warm, thick rice. I chose the sriracha aioli (which is delicious), but there wasn't enough to mix in with all the rice. On the positive side, the ingredients tasted fresh; the location is clean with some communal seating options; most of the garnishes/ingredient options are included in the price and there is no limit as to how many you can ask for.
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Public - a month ago
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This sushi spot in the newly renovated Fulton Street Station offers a variety of sushi options and Japanese hot food. The cool idea behind Wasabi is that you can mix and match your sushi by picking pieces of sushi packaged in small portions at low prices. For example, if you just want a couple pieces of salmon, you could grab one of the pre-made salmon packs containing two pieces. There are also pre-made sushi sets, so there's a variety of options to choose from.
Public - a month ago
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Had a great brunch experience here recently. The dishes are made from fresh market ingredients and really highlights in-season veggies. My wife and I had the sourdough French toast, the avocado hash, a side of bacon and a side of roasted carrots. Everything was flavorful, and we particularly enjoyed the hash and carrots. The decor is eclectic and the service is friendly. Takes reservations for brunch which is great.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I highly recommend this place for a great pizza/Italian option in the Union Square area. The restaurant is spacious and looks great for a large group event. Service was quick and friendly. Food was great as well. I recommend the meatballs and potato croquette appetizers. We also shared a personal-sized pizza with pepperoni, mushrooms and peppers. There were generous portions of all the toppings and the pizza itself was thin and fluffy with a nice crisp to the crust.
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My first dining experience at London Lennie's was fine. I thought the food was a little overpriced and the fried options greasy, but the portions were large and the flavor was decent. My family liked their pasta options and the chocolate cake is amazing. Service was friendly. However, in my second attempt to dine there, the restaurant was absolutely unwilling to accommodate a stroller with my then-newborn. The restaurant is spacious so their claim of a tripping hazard is totally disingenuous. Disappointed in their service in that regard.
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