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+Matthew Valente I don't use my gmail account, but rather my GAFYD account (murgatroid.com)
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I've only seen the first three episodes, but +1 (+3?) so far.
 
Just spent 72 hours sitting motionless in a darkened room. Perhaps it was a mistake to binge-watch “Black Mirror.” - Conan 
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Open letter to Glenn Greenwald about why he (and his editors) should reveal the identity of the standards, companies, and products that have been compromised by the NSA: 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-6MsK9f75ZbZ6QjgtfE5kfXEQ_sQKciTqtJsx-bLchw/view

#fulldisclosure  

[Disclaimer: As always, the views expressed therein are my own, and do not reflect those of my employer] 
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The brains of two rats on opposite sides of the globe were connected by a neural link, and they managed to use this connection for one to teach the other which lever to press in order to earn a reward. The future potential for this technology is extraordinary -- although I would be a bit hesitant to use the word "mind-blowing" for any brain-based technology.

(Helpful tip from the Union of Mad and Somewhat Eccentric Scientists, Marketing Division)

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In a stunning first for neuroscience, researchers have created an electronic link between the brains of two rats, and demonstrated that signals from the mind of one can help the second solve basic puzzles in real time — even when those animals are separated by thousands of miles.
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I don't use this account.

If you are following me here, you would be better off following me at +Christopher Hoover 

I'm also a Googler and you can follow me as such at +Christopher Hoover, but my public posts there are few.
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Only one word is needed to describe this Street View scene, and that word is "Exterminate".

Explore further on #StreetView on your computer or phone at http://goo.gl/maps/nahuI. (iPhone users: Download the Google Maps app at http://goo.gl/4oENi).
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The GE medical commercial with Agent Smith. ... so nasty.   Terrible bad taste in my mouth.
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If you are following me, please also follow +Christopher Hoover.  That's my primary acoount.   I'l probably delete this account before long.
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Info. All 9866539 buildings in the Netherlands, shaded according to year of construction. Data from BAG, via CitySDK. Map made with TileMill by Bert Spaan, Waag Society, inspired by BKLYNR. If you encounter incorrect building data, you can always inform the Kadaster!
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When New York City hosted The World's Fair in 1964, Isaac Asimov, the prolific sci-fi author and professor of biochemistry at Boston University, took the opportunity to wonder what the world would look like 50 years hence -- assuming the world survived the nuclear threats of the Cold War.
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