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Happy Day! Plex for +PlayStation is now available in North and South America. http://bit.ly/1wolD9Y 
We hope you had a great holiday season and either played in the snow (maybe you went skiing! sledded down a snowy road! went snowmobiling with a billionaire’s daughter while dodging gunfire!) or (dear southern hemisphere) had a great time at the beach (maybe you surfed! made a sand castle! punched a shark in the face!) Anyway,…
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Omg This Animation and Quality of Anime tho. O_O
Anime: Garden of Words





#Anime #Beautiful #Animation #Awesome #Cool #Love
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Whether you’re deciphering a sign in Rio de Janeiro or negotiating with a shop owner in Berlin, Google Translate can be your guide. Starting today, you can instantly translate signs using your phone’s camera and the Translate app, available on Android and iOS: http://goo.gl/lVse9T
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From the crude weaponry and armour of the Battle of Hastings, to the high-tech kit of modern conflict, a new photographic survey explores the personal equipment carried by the common British soldier through the past 1,000 years
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Today in History: Radio Shack unveiled TRS-80 PC
On August 3, 1977 — 37 years ago today — Radio Shack announced its first personal computer. Later models made this TRS-80 Model I, which came equipped with 4KB of RAM, cassette-tape storage, and a built-in BASIC interpreter. Along with Commodore’s PET and Apple’s Apple II, the TRS-80 was one of the first mass-produced personal computers. In this early period for microcomputers, most units came in kit form and appealed more to hobbyists. These fully complete personal computers were the first to address the average person and became quite popular in schools.

The “TRS-80 Micro Computer System,” as it was called on the day it was announced, was not delivered until November to individuals and organizations that had ordered the product unseen. The product quickly became the #1 personal computer, largely because it was marketed through more than 3,000 Radio Shack storefronts. By 1979, the TRS-80 had more software titles available for it than any other PC product. [Apple and Steve Jobs must have remembered this situation when they decided to open retail stores after Jobs returned in Apple. For comparison, today Apple has 425 retail stores and they have become the most successful in business history.] By 1980, Kilobaud Microcomputing magazine estimated that Radio Shack was selling 3 times as many personal computers as Apple.

https://plus.google.com/+BradAcker/posts/6wEgJUQbcQi

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http://www.computerhistory.org/tdih/
http://techland.time.com/2012/08/03/trs-80/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRS-80
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilobaud_Microcomputing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Store

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In case of zombie apocalypse or nuclear detonation, I present to you..

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Søde drømme er lavet af ost.. ☺
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Iconia Tab 8 From Acer And BestBuy.
If there is a person or persons on your Xmas list who doesn't have a KitKat tablet, this deal is perfect. In addition to a really good tablet for $139, BestBuy is throwing in a $40 gift card, making the net price $99. At that price, this is a steal, and the Android 4.4 OS with an Atom processor, is more tablet than anybody needs. So, introduce your family to the wonders of the WiFi tablet universe for under a hundred bucks. Can't beat this deal.
Acer and Best Buy are spreading some holiday cheer starting today with a great deal on the Iconia Tab 8. The current promotion takes the already inexpensive Tab 8 at $139 and throws in a $40 Best Buy gift card when you purchase, effectively bringing the price of the tablet down to just $100. For that price you're of course not getting barn-burning specs, but the Intel Atom-based Android...
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Truly unbelievable! This seal really wanted to take part in a bit of surfing: http://on.mash.to/1ufJiug
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