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Dear +Google Photos​ team. Please make it so that it's possible to have amazing things like +Jeffrey Friedl​'s great plugins for +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom​ and RSS feeds for driving parts of our workflow.

I know the team are working hard to bring all the features across from Picasa but I'm worried that there's a gap between the two in features for the power users at the moment. I can't wait to see what is coming but please don't cripple the #photography workflows for the people who love, use and promote your service the most.

Thank you!

PS for the technical among you they appear to have a bit more information about the picasaweb api changes here: https://developers.google.com/picasa-web/ 
Google has been steadily migrating its resources towards the Photos ecosystem since the company first announced it at last year's I/O developers conference. It'...
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Stunning images with an almost ethereal feel to them in the way the contrast from the deep blues and greens of the ocean play in the artificial light

#night #photography #surf
 
Because the real fun starts when the sun goes down.
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It's been too quiet in here - nearly 6 months without a good puzzle - maybe this will give you the itch again

WTF is this? (bonus points for county of origin)
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+Andrew Webb wins but sadly missed out on the bonus prize - the answer (up shortly) was Antler Tips, Sweden, (probably the north bit as I have yet to see one down south), Moose (yes I know - essentially the same thing and you still win!!!!)
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An update to +Google Keep now means the shopping list doesn't change order when you tick items off as complete - simple things

#todo
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Bailey and Massive
Helping www.allanimalrescue.co.uk we get all kinds of (usually) dogs to foster for them. Bailey is a permanent resident but Massive was a youngster, only passing through. Such a lovely animal, very gentle and loved Bailey (and me) a great deal; which did result in some mischief!

Can you tell which one is Massive?

New Forest, England

#rescue #dog
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This isn't a #valentines biscuit (that's probably a thing now right?) - it's the last of the Christmas Swedish gingerbread pepparkakor

It was crunchy and delicious and all mine :-)
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Skynet lives! The PagerDuty team have built a dart gun that attacks the person on call with foam darts and can also be controlled by slack. Check out the bottom of the page where it "turns rogue" you have to laugh

#tech #skynet #ourrobotmasters
The Roman Pillar of Justice Hackday is my favorite day of the month. Yet, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to win as PagerDuty hires more employees. It’s no longer a guaranteed winning strategy to present something technical or useful, so my approach has shifted. I’ve been...
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+Andrew Webb worked out from a very pixelated crop that this was in fact a Moose/Elk - nice work!

Everybody's up next - because it's too quiet if we're British about it and take turns :P
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OK +Andrew Webb You're up!
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Having grown up listening to Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2 as a TYG (Terry's Young Geezer) and, of course, the Eurovision Song Contest for many years this is a a real loss.

January has been a tough month. 😢
Veteran BBC broadcaster Sir Terry Wogan dies aged 77, after a short illness, his family says.
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Silent wardens of the coast: keeping sailors safe for hundreds of years. You can almost imagine a "zschoom"-like noise as the beam swings around the night sky almost trapping the moon in its gaze...

I look forward to getting out to try this shot again sometime; under a full moon would be a winner but for that I may need some starcharts, a lunar calendar and hot Thermos of coffee this time of year!

Portland Bill Lighthouse
Dorset, UK
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A bit off the top I said...at least it's a flat-top
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Great googly-moogly it's chilly outside (-9°C already). Admittedly this shows more snow than I have in a place I am not... But I was there and it was brilliant. Met some great friends, had some great food and learned how to crash on a snowboard at a variety of speeds from standing still to unnecessarily fast

... And yes, I will be wearing a helmet for my future snowboarding adventures.

#snow #ice #cold
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And why were you not wearing a hat before ! Dad
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Great staff, wonderful green curry and surprisingly good jasmine tea!
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Bare bones store (decoration wise) but everything for home diy and freetime (car parts obviously included) from hunting, fishing, grilling to cycling and building. Usually cheap but check quality on some stuff.
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Great bargains, end-of-line items and (mostly) outlet prices. Certainly worth a visit if you're looking to update your kitchen with a new style
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Serves a mighty fine pint of ale, can get a little rowdy sometimes and the pub quiz (Sundays I think) is mean! Food is a mixed affair but it's never been bad - last time I checked they did a goat curry too - must try that sometime.
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It's a huge store but has some odd things missing you can sometimes find at smaller stores - the sweetie section is ENORMOUS and the fish/deli counters are certainly worth a visit.
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Food is fantastic value for a quick lunch or a cosy evening meal.. I go out of my way to find this place whenever I come to Scandinavia
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