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Anyone used any mood or habit tracking apps? Interested in tracking a bunch of general metrics about my life - physical and mental health, habits and 'life to-do' status. Not sure on benefit of the available apps over simple spreadsheet.
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Today I launched http://deletionpedia.org/ - where refused  #wikipedia  articles are allowed to stay!  #inclusionism  > #deletionism
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I can't imagine most of these articles are long....
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LinkedIn hacked.

I'm finding LinkedIn pretty useless these days for finding interesting people or conversations to engage with.

Anyone using it for anything interesting, outside of finding office-jobs in big cities?
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OSM has a community on LinkedIn.
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Quick Tip: Enable the Single-Column Stream Layout for that "Classic" Look

The new Google+ introduced a multi-column layout for the stream. If you're not a fan, there's a quick fix to return to a single-column.
Find out more: http://goo.gl/Y6cL5
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#googleplustips   #newgoogleplus  
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#hangoutsonairrita pacheco, Marilena Laddaga, and Natali Arslan
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I'm looking for programming tutorials: I want to download the entire resource (tutorial, documentation, etc.) and utilities to learn offline on the train #python #scala #golang?

Or anything else interactive and interesting.
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OHAI Google Plus.

What's going on over here?

I got sucked into Facebook and the twitters and real life.

Would love to hear from G+ people that I haven't been in contact with for a while, or even if I have :)

Is G+ still working for you? What's new here, and with life in general?

+John Kellden +James O'Sullivan  +John Lewis +Derric Atzrott +Chris Anderson  +Seb Paquet +Adam Johnson +Cyril Lacôte  +Cameron Ruggles +Gideon Rosenblatt +Laura Manach +Zaq Mosher 
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Hi James, I've been quiet here too - Garbologie is drawing me away. But that is (hopefully) beginning to get better. I may have my first employee, and have cleared the decks on the conference presentation and grant submission. Now to all of the other things that have been put on the backburner (like my social media, work that is important but rarely urgent). I've been loving following your exploits on Facebook. Deeply, deeply envious...
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Leaving Google’s silo: Alternatives to Gmail, Talk, Calendar, and more
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"The path is, as always, to build, to create a new reality, not to wait for a political change of whatever kind to reorder everything from top to bottom to fit our taste.”

Computing generalist. Poker and Go player, sometime-cyclist/walker/​​​​camper.

I like machine intelligence, augmented reality, apples and potatoes, and zombie apocalypse films. economics and morality/ethics/justice, AGI, transhumanism, growing food, bitcoin, technology, social entrepreneurship, ideas, biking, walking, travel, coffee, copyright and digital rights, cats.


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I hacked the gibson, blocked the tubes, belonged all your base to me and totally lolled at your cat.
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Good lord, have you seen the pressure doctors and the NHS are under? I've been to this doctor's a couple of times, and the appointments were late and the doctors were in a hurry but I got a good level of service, communicated what I wanted to say about my health problems and got the service that will help me solve them. Considering the constraints these people seem to be under the service is EXCELLENT. These people aren't magicians with infinite time and money - help them to help you and you'll get good service.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great service and excellent quality work, done quickly. Took my bike in for a full service and bike came back looking like new - all the fiddly little gears and wires perfectly cleaned and oiled, great job. Price was reasonable and it was finished a day earlier than I needed.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Terrible, terrible service for a barber positioning themselves as luxury. They do £7 haircuts for £22. The service is just embarrassing. When I went, there was no one on the reception desk but 4 barbers cutting hair. None of them paid me any attention so I went and sat on the sofas. Nothing until someone called 'next!', and proceeded to wait at her chair for me. Didn't offer to take my coat, didn't offer me a drink (this is a £22 hair cut..). Quick, electric razored hair cut later, and I'm covered in hair all over my neck and no thought to either clean it up for me or give me a tissue. Then I'm £22 down for the ~15 minute privilege. Will never return to any Jack's again.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Food and service good. Nice little place. Only 3 stars because it's so expensive.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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This place is a little odd. They don't sell obvious things like milk, which is rather annoying for a 'local' shop. The place also always smells pretty bad. They also don't have any of the useful machines or services that you'd expect from a newsagent like lottery, western union, oyster top up, etc. When I moved to the area I really wanted to give them my business instead of the huge Sainsbury's across the road, but after regularly being disappointed I just goto Sainsbury's instead now. Probably best not to question how this place stays in business - but it doesn't appear to be from selling things.
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