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A correction to today's Google Doodle.
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Futbal on a Tokyo Rooftop

How cool is Auto-Awesome on Google+ ?  Oh man... thanks so much to the Photos team for making this happen.  You guys rock...  and, just by coincidence, I happened to be standing right by +Brian Matiash, the sweet bearded gaijin while I took this.  I was like, see that train?  All those layers of people?  I'm gonna auto-awesome this!  Or, rather, I'm just gonna upload a lot of photos and hope it gets auto auto-awesomed, and it did!

This futsal - futbal - futball - soccer field is about 8 stories up above the Shibuya station.  That train you see is about 3 levels up.  Everything else is, well, ground level.  

We had to get up on the 25th floor to take this photo.  Actually, there was a mild amount of subterfuge to get this photo.  Truthfully, there was a lot.  There was a significant amount of sneaking around like unfixed cats and card-key coercion to get to this spot.

And then after we got a few shots, Brian was having some trouble with reflections, so I jumped up on the window sill, disrobed, and held my clothes over the window to cut down on the glare.  At that point, I said, "I think we've taken this much too far."  And it was true because someone came in promptly and kicked us out.  While putting my clothes back on, I said, "It's okay, we are with the government," but this argument did not get us very far.  It did buy Brian a few more exposures, however, so it largely served its illusory purpose.

#100Tokyo   #CoolJapan  
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Alright, cricket fans—we heard you. Starting today—just in time for the upcoming ICC World T20 in Bangladesh—Google Now supports cricket. You can get live updates on your favorite national teams’ runs and wickets, as well as checking their upcoming fixtures. Just open Google Now, add your team to your settings by tapping on the “magic wand,” and you’ll never miss a wicket again. (Make sure you have the updated app: http://goo.gl/idgt3y and have your language set to English.) Of course, it’s not just the Now cards; you can always ask Google for the latest scores, too. Even if you can’t watch your team’s match, you can still get all the latest live results, on your mobile devices and on desktop. Try “Bangladesh vs. Afghanistan” to see if your team’s up or down. Howzat! #T20WC2014 #GoogleNowUpdate
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Another beauty of chess: In between moves.
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Ski trip to Lake Tahoe
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Ski trip - January 2014
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