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David Hollingshead
Attends Salt Lake Community College
Lives in Salt Lake City, UT
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Google Maps v6 was very simple and effective, they revamped it in v7, stripped out a bunch of features, and now it's difficult and not as effective. Poor design decisions.
 
How on earth do you use Google maps to find parking places nowadays. I swear it used to be as simple as clicking a location then "nearby" then "parking" now Google maps has become so convoluted and confusing I find it unbearably hard to do what used to be simple. 
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The VisionTek USB Pocket SSD 240GB is perfect for Windows®, Mac® OS X®, and Linux® based computers. It's the pocket-sized, bus-powered SSD that offers the speed, performance, and storage capacity of an internal SSD.
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No one person should be more powerful than his or her government, and no government should be more powerful than its people.
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If you want a magical wizard to fix things instantly, it will cost an infinite amount of money. Be reasonable in your expectations.
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Over 40% of people still use Windows 7. Almost 20% use Android, 12% use the iPhone or iPad, 10% use Windows XP, and Mac OS is neck-and-neck with Windows 8. This may be the longest time Mac OS has held out over Windows.

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Tracks the Usage Share of Search Engines, Browsers and Operating Systems including Mobile from over 15 billion monthly page views.
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Best app in the world right now.
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I could store my entire CD collection uncompressed on 128GB. When will I be able to do that on an iPod touch, much less a Nexus phone?
 
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Where have all the feminists gone?

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Manufacturers still make old-fashion keyboards with all of the keys we're used to, why won't they make non-widescreen monitors that don't look awkward and take up too much desk space?

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My, how things have changed.
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Google is making it difficult or impossible for an amateur Android developer to start a business building apps: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2371238/google-policy-change-demands-developers-provide-postal-addresses
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This would be nice to quickly check the time and alarms and notifications, but it means I have to have Bluetooth on all the time on my phone which drains the battery, and I worry that the watch might be trying to do more than I need with no way to disable those things, draining its battery unnecessarily or getting in the way.
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Salt Lake City, UT
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Saudi Arabia
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I was born in Salt Lake City, UT and lived in Saudi Arabia until I was 5 while my dad worked for an oil company. I then moved to Salt Lake City, learned how to program with Basic at age 7, then I picked up a guitar. When I discovered that I wasn't going to be a rockstar, I learned PHP and became a web developer.
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  • Salt Lake Community College
    2003 - present
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Amazing sub shop! They're almost as good as Firehouse, definitely better than Subway, and you get to customize your sub before you even get to the counter.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I love the sandwiches here, it seems rare to find a sandwich shop anywhere. The service is good, the prices aren't bad, the decor is nice, and the soup is good as well. My only issues are maybe the bread is sliced too thick and they put too many potato chips in the box, but if you want a good soup and sandwich without having to make one yourself, these guys are perfect.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I love the Sampan at Fashion Place mall but this is second rate. The place was empty and didn't smell good, but they were nice and helpful. The salad and chips were good, but the noodles were undercooked. The ham fried rice smelled like a wet dog and tasted bad, so I skipped it and refused to pay for it. They were nice but I won't be returning soon.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Craig and the guys at Precision Auto did a great job and bent over backwards to help me out of a few jams. My only complaint would be the location, which has deep dips to drive over (my poor Civic!) and isn't big enough to service their overwhelming demand.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This is the best local restaurant around here. They have consistently great food, good variety, nice and healthy, the decor is very welcoming, and the service is very nice and accommodating. This is the kind of down-home kitchen every place needs locally.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place should be more consistently good since they're a Denny's-like restaurant in a nice-stop neighborhood, but it seems more dishes than not are not up to par, such as a sandwich being burnt or an omelet tasting like cleaning fluid. I kind of flip the coin here, and it's too bad because they're within walking distance from me which is great for breakfast.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I just got a haircut from Gabby and it was one of the worst haircutting experiences of my life. She wasn't smiling, she wasn't talkative, she didn't get what I wanted (I just wanted it cut shorter but with a shorter difference between the top and sides, is that so hard to understand?) and then she proceeded to just carelessly rush through the shave with the thing bouncing off my head and cut the top way too short. She kept asking "Do you want a 1 and a 3 or a 0 and a 2?" like all she could understand was numbers. I don't know, just cut it shorter and make less of a difference between the top and sides! Needless to say that isn't what she did, and then she didn't get it the first time when I asked to have less of a sharp blend... the other girl was nice and unfortunately I didn't get her. I've had great stylists there but it just seems like most are not that nice at Great Clips so I think the company just doesn't think customer service is very important.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago