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Marc Ache
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Technologist, Content Distribution Pioneer, Digital Media Executive at MTV Networks, Foodie.
Technologist, Content Distribution Pioneer, Digital Media Executive at MTV Networks, Foodie.

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This is amazing, I hope my kid can do this one day....
This kid is awesome. If I had been born in the U.S. I would've been a programmer / engineer. I was able to teach myself HTML at 13, before I learned how to copy/paste and a lot of the basic things you do on computers. The Internet showed up at my door step at the same time a computer did. But living in Guatemala meant that a business degree made more sense, and while I'm grateful I chose that path, I wished I had the time to learn how to develop.

Today's kids are born with connected devices and they'll do amazing things we cannot even imagine today.

ps. I look forward to Thomas Suarez's first Android app :)

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The future of photography. Seeing these photos remind me of spy movies where one guy says "enhance that face in the background" and you think to yourself "that's so not possible". Well with light field cameras it's here today.

Try clicking on different parts of the photos in this gallery
https://www.lytro.com/living-pictures/282

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Spike #ScreamAwards live now on Spike. iOS and Web http://www.spike.com/events/scream-awards-2011/live-video/byw258

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And with that the bad dream that was Qwikster is gone, Yah!

http://blog.netflix.com/2011/10/dvds-will-be-staying-at-netflixcom.html

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The Think Different comercial narrated by Steve Jobs Apple Steve Jobs The Crazy Ones - NEVER BEFORE AIRED 1997

As my friend Adam Solomon said "We all know who the last image should be"

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SurfEasy | Plug in Privacy by Team SurfEasy — Kickstarter
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/surfeasy/surfeasy-plug-in-privacy

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Very Interesting - not fast enough but that maybe just a coding issue, would be interesting to see if they could make it faster.

Greg Martin's blog - InfoSecurity 2.0: Why you don't steal from a hacker
http://infosec20.blogspot.com/2011/08/why-you-dont-steal-from-hacker.html

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