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The Salton Sea is truly one of the most bizarre places I've ever visited; so many abandoned places and horrible smells.
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I actually didn't notice that until you pointed that out. What's funny is that it only rendered about half of the photosphere I took. :-/
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Google today announced its own self-driving car design, which will drive people around without a steering wheel, pedals, or brakes. It's the latest project from Google X, the company's skunk works...
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My approach into a partly-cloudy SEA last night.
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Hi there Kyle, I really enjoyed riding along with you. Thanks for sharing your landing. Hope to see you soon. 
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Nothing quite like eating a Kidd Valley burger while watching brand new Next Generation 737s being made in my old stomping grounds. I'm sure that +Zack Zlotnik (Derp 1) can relate. :-) 
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This is why I love Alaska so much; you see things like this all the time (although this specifically may not be from Alaska). Beautiful state, nonetheless.
 
If I ever become a super-villain, I'm building my evil headquarters in an ice cave like this.

No one would suspect that trouble is brewing inside something so pretty.

Photo by Christian Klepp.
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Our new purpose-built, self-driving car.
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+Robert Pufky & +Russell White, have a bag of Dick's. :P
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Haha, it's definitely a rare specimen. Thought you might enjoy this; in fact, it was the only reason I went there.
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Can we adopt this fund-raising strategy elsewhere for for public measures? I'd much rather donate to things that I'm interested in and/or will likely use than get taxed for things that are neither.
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Looks like we may finally on the way to a cure for this terrible disease. #cancerresearch   #cancertreatment  
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If you can't afford to have a Ferrari, at the very least you can feel like you have one.
 
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi will be the biggest indoor theme park in the world.
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That is awesome!
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Ever wonder why portable electronic devices are prohibited below 10,000 feet on aircraft? This topic came up this morning when talking with fellow aviation enthusiast, +Zack Zlotnik, and I thought I'd share the reasoning behind this with the rest of you, since many people don't understand why this rule is in place, or the danger that these devices pose to an aircraft during some of the most critical stages of the flight.

What it really comes down to is this: electronic devices emit electromagnetic fields, which interfere with the sensitive navigational avionics the pilots (and the autopilot) use to get the aircraft safely on the ground. 

In one incident involving a 737, use of a portable electronic device was blamed for the localizer (the horizontal component of the ILS) showing full deflection to the right, just after showing that the aircraft was properly lined-up with the runway. After breaking out of the clouds at 2,500 feet AGL, pilots found that they were in fact a full mile off course!

Short and simple: turn off your electronic devices when asked by the cabin crew to do so. The long-winded explanation from the FAA is attached.
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Corporate Operations Engineer
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    Corporate Operations Engineer, 2013 - present
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    IT Resident, 2011 - 2013
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    Data Center Operator, 2010 - 2010
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"I think, therefore I am." - René Descartes
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  • University of Washington Tacoma
    Information Technology & Systems, 2009 - 2011
  • Green River Community College
    Information Technology (Networking), 2007 - 2009
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