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William Ellerbe
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Lives in Takoma Park, MD
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Cardboard Triangle Prototype

Earlier this evening I began working on a concept of construction for excess cardboard. I have a theory that a multi-ply triangular cardboard structure can support a substantial amount of weight. When we go a step further as to combine multiple triangles in this fashion, it is now possible to create the "base" for a larger structure. This structure could be another box, or the base for cardboard furniture. The sky is the limit for a concept like this. In closing, I'm prayerful that this post will be an inspiration for someone to find a new use for pre-existing materials.
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America's Greatest Makers  

Introduction to Prototyping: As a person who loves the task of making something, I have the greatest appreciation for the concept of #prototyping  as demonstrated in this video. Creativity is definitely a wonderful branch of art therapy.

#AmericasGreatestMakers   #Prototyping   #BuildSomething   #CreativeGenius   #Solutions  
Master these steps of prototyping to help your next maker project become a reality
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+Emmanuel Taban Thank you for the re-share. This is one resource we can share with more people. Creativity can really make a difference in our lives.
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Don't let the title fool you. In this YouTube video Spatry walks us through the process of porting a GTK2 theme over to GTK3. While this demonstration is focused more on the "coloring" aspect of Themes for Linux, Spatry's demonstration is still essential for those of us who would like to know what a theme is made of.
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+Attilio Acquario What do you like when it comes to Linux and Open Source solutions?
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Updating ChaletOS with Xubuntu 16.04 LTS  

Creating entries for G+ becomes easier with a Fujitsu LifeBook, and TeamViewer for Windows. More creative entries on the way.

#FujitsuLifeBook   #TeamViewer   #Xubuntu1604LTS   #ChaletOS   #Writing   #PenabledWacom  
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+William Ellerbe Please, contact me on mail!
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Solution for iPhone 5

If you have an iPhone (like yours truly), and you know that a measly 16GB is not sufficient for your needs, I have some good news for you. Through the website below we can purchase a device that can provide our iPhones with expandable storage. While the delivery time can take more than 15 days, the price for the item will definitely be worth the wait.

#GeekApp4iPhone #LowCostTech #GreatOptions

8/16/32/64GB USB Flash Drive U Disk Memory Stick For iPad Air 4 5 iPhone 5 5C 5S 6 6 Plus. Add it to your wishlist!

https://www.wish.com/geek/m/c/5518fc6ebe91640cd3cb926b
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Clipular for Google Chrome     

Adding another creative resource to my Google Chrome experience.
Screen capture, reinvented. Organize, search & bookmark the web.
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Kumon Math and Reading  

Taking a moment to appreciate the difference that Kumon makes in the lives of the young people they tutor. Helping our youth enhance their Math and Reading skills helps them develop a strong foundation with skills they can use in many areas of their lives.
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You're more than welcome Phil.
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In your travels, you may want to stop by #Staples in your area to find a microSD and Micro USB cable. These two resources will come in handy for Raspberry Pi users.
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I've got a few, I use one as an audio streamer with squeezelite and Logitech media server. The other is waiting for a purpose, since I abandoned the original project I had for it and have been too busy to do too much else with it.

My coworker has a pi3 set up with picade (mame arcade distro).

The company I work for uses raspberry pi's as cpe (customer premises equipment) PBXs.

They make great thin client boxes, either with rdesktop to a Windows PC, or x2go to a Linux PC. A bunch of pi's and a dual 8 core Xeon PC as a multi tenant server would make a really nice library or classroom setup.

They're pretty capable for what they are.
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Renewable Energy from Evaporating Water  

Taking a moment to appreciate an amazing discovery. Through this video on YouTube, I would learn about a project where renewable energy was generated from water that evaporates over a period of time. In summary I can honestly tell you that I have a greater appreciation for Biology, due in part to this incredible discovery.

#YouTube   #RenewableEnergy   #EvaporatingWater   #Biology  
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Very interesting
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A Chromebook that Flips

So nice to see a Chromebook which has the "look and feel" of a 2-in-1 laptop.

#ChromebookRemix #Flipability #2in1concept #NewTwist #SomethingDifferent 
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Interesting kind sir, would you have the specs on thia device?
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Tarbela Dam Construction in Pakistan  

In light of the terrible events happening in South Carolina, I am taking a moment to appreciate the creation of Dams that are solid. It's unfortunate to learn about the lives lost and how many people have lost so many of there possessions because of flooding. Hopefully we can come together to implement solutions to recover from, and hopefully prevent more disasters in the near future.
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Also, looking forward to learning so much from you in the near future. It'll be here before we know it. Dang it, you look so grown up in your photo!
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Dropping by to appreciate the concept that you're sharing with us. I agree that it's more beneficial to help the student go beyond the words, and get to the point where they understand how to think mathematically. Another "thumbs up" for blending gaming with Math instruction.
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Google+, Google Android, Linux, Open Source, Social Media and Going Green. Let's talk about it.
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I am a God-fearing, Intelligent Man, who is interested in Faith, Family, Finance, Humanity, Personal Development, Professional Networking, One on One Coaching, Agriculture, Green Technology, Going Green, Web Development and Education. I love to meet new people through people that I already know, as a benefit of Social Networking through Google+.

I also have a strong foundation in Technology, and I'm very interested in the Linux Operating System. After 15 years (collectively) in the Health Care Industry, Traffic Engineering and other industries, I have a renewed interest in the field of Education. While I love technology, I'm still learning about the importance of basic human relations. After all, "Systems are only as good, as the people you have behind them."

Believe it or not, I actually *enjoy* conversing with folks here on Google+. Discussions threads are very lively for the most part, and the use of circles helps to provide a unique way of looking at our relationships.
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My "genius" for technology would begin at the age of 15, and would begin to skyrocket from 1996 onward ever since I learned about the *amazing* Linux operating system.
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Damion was professional and very helpful through the application process. The location for Public Storage is also a convenience as it runs along the Metro F4 and Ride On 17 bus routes. I would definitely recommend this place to others.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is a very health conscious store that has so much to offer the local community. Finally after almost 2 years from my previous review, I decided to join the Food Coop, and I'm glad I did. Best decision I ever made for this year thus far for 2013.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
This location is not far from the Sunoco gas station along Piney Branch Road. Just up the street from Nob Hill.
Appeal: GoodFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I have never actually been *inside* this building, yet I can say that it has a beautiful landscape that is very Green. So much so, that one can feel a sense of tranquility when you walk through this area. The Takoma Park Recreation Department is relatively close to Piney Branch Elementary, and it's possible to find this location while riding the Ride On 17, 18 or the F4 Metro. As long as the bus route is heading towards Maple Avenue, this facility can be found.
Public - 4 years ago
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This restaurant provides me with delicious food every time. Tilapia Fish Special with Cabbage. Service with a smile is usually rewarded with a Tip. That's just the way that I roll.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I think I've been in this place one time over the past few years. Would be nice to know what happens inside of this facility.
Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
I haven't been to Brookside Gardens for some time now, yet I did have a good time while I was there. Now that I think of it, I need a place a trip to this place real soon.
Appeal: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
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