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nice +Michael Dell Dell support is broken with recursive redirects to /support/home,
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This week Microsoft is continuing to try and get people interested in buying a Surface Pro.  Now we see them lowering prices to see if that's the issue.  Overall, I just think people don't want to pay for another PC with the same malware and virus problems when they can have a mobile device that is not having any such problems. 

Microsoft really want to have some hardware to sell.  The kiosks in the mall are still empty of customers, and the Apple stores are full of people buying new devices.
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That's sort of my thought. Is it really cash? I just sense from a lot of people that they are done with having a windows PC. A niece of mine told me that she hated her PC because it always had viruses and there was always something to install or fix and her iPhone didn't have that going on. One of the examples of people being done.
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Very nice. Did you notice any blurry brush that might of been the Bigfoot cloaked?
 
Here's the short video. Have other photos I do remember that when I got close to it I all of the sudden started feeling sick to my stomach and dizzy. All I had with me was my cell camera but I hiked out of there and came back with my dslr camera at a different time. 
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This is a great example of the internals of a supercell.  The rather prominent circulation indicators show 3 distinct "layers" of circulating and "flowing" air masses.  The effects that you see visibly here, are all related to the physics of the air aloft, creating shear forces which tear off some of the "outer" air, and push it around.  When something like this hits two air masses going in opposite directions, that influences the circulation based on the relative speeds.  Then, when the inflow air, is really warm (why afternoon storms can develop so fast), the vertical column of air that is rising through the cool air can accelerate the circulation because it pulls air mass inwards like a ballet dancer or ice skater pulling their arms in, to spin faster.

This is a great example of all the physics, visibly in action.
 
Super cell storm in Nebraska
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My first thought is: holy....!
None the less, a great photo. Thanks, +Gregg Wondely / +Xiomara Johnson ;)
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I think that this movie/video is a very eye opening collection of information about diet and in particular carbohydrates in the form of sugars.  If you think that fat is a bad thing and causes cancer, and heart disease, you should watch the movie on Netflix, or wherever you can, and then look over he web site.  Some very important things to think about here.  I'm not a doctor but this stuff seems to be important and should be driving changes in how we eat.

http://www.fathead-movie.com
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That's not true the photos are crap to start with. I have seen some really good quality photos on Google. How did I say anything hurtful I just disagreed with their proof. And as far as not being there your right I wasn't but when someone post 2 and says they are the same place and I can clearly tell it is not the same place and I say its not how is that being rude? How can you take someone seriously when they lie about 2 pics being the same place? Isn't lying in its self rude? And sir what is the point in posting fake proof of bigfoot? It sure doesn't help to prove they are real. Doing so gives people who do have real evidence a bad name. I wasn't trying to be rude that's why I was talking about it privately with Michael. He is the one that wanted to call me out and make it public. One more thing explain to me why Michael's pics are good quality and the two ladies that ran to his aid have crappy quality or no quality blurry pics if its Google reducing the quality. Could it be that just maybe the pics were crap before they were posted purposely because they know there is nothing there? Seems to me they are the ones that are posers. I on the other hand want to prove and see real proof that bigfoot is real. Why waste everyone's time with nonsense? But like I said I won't bother any of them again but I will how ever try and debunk their evidence. Any intelligent person knows that when you blow up a digital pic to the max you can see all kinds of stuff in the pixels just because it may look like something it in fact is nothing period. We are talking about a creature that is 8 feet tall or better and weighing in at over 500 lbs kinda hard to miss. But a dark spot 25 feet high in a tree is not bigfoot or 2 feet off the ground. I have seen some good proof of bigfoot but not one single bit if it in Bigfoot community. And as far as bigfoot being able to cloak their self or change color to their environment is just nonsense. For one if they had technology to cloak them selves they would have more advanced technology then we do. Second if they could change color why would they look like sky in a dark color setting? Remember bigfoot isn't stupid either.
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So I got another email from Microsoft today with a $100.00 price decrease on the "Surface Pro", now only $799.  So ultimately, I wonder what Microsoft is experiencing that is making them scramble and scrape to sell anything.

I know two people now who have Surface Pro devices, as opposed to the hundreds with iOS and Android devices.  If the Surface Pro is so compelling with compatibility with desktops now, then why aren't people just super excited to get a smaller version of what they are already using that is much more portable?

People bought iPad's because they were bigger iPhones.  Not everyone did, I know, but that's one of the benefits of iOS and Android, same software on different sized devices. 

I am still convinced that Microsoft is done.  They are going to continue waiting for customers to "Surface" and it just is not happening.  There is absolutely nothing "interesting" to continue to experience with Microsoft's insanely poor software systems.

People have now experienced better, more stable systems with a lot better interworking capabilities between devices.  Stuff that just works without continued "poking" or "prodding" or "rebooting".  

There is just not many reasons why the world needs to continue to be burdened by Microsoft's outright disastrous paths to data loss.

When Balmer's retirement was announced and the stock prices went up, it was finally apparent that the world has truly decided it was time for a change.

It remains to be seen if that change is going to include a functioning Microsoft corporation, or if the Fat Lady is in the Limo, on the way to Washington State.
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This is a great performance of this very emotional song.  The choir was on a tour performing at various churches along their route to and from some mission work.  The audience was wiping tears from their eyes every night!
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Thinkflood.com is closing it's doors!  Man that really makes me sad!  I have so enjoyed my RedEye.  Apparently a creditor pulled the plug on them.  The technology is up for sale it would seem.  For the right price, I still think that someone could continue to make this a great device.  I use mine to control everything on my entertainment center.  It is very convenient to pull out my phone or pick up the iPad and use it, instead of looking for the remote that my other family members left somewhere.

The web service features (a button can submit a URL) allow you to do all kinds of home automation as well.  I was just getting ready to start looking into using that for some things around my house dealing with functions my servers provide.
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There is so much fighting between Android and iPhone users.  I notice that a lot of the iPhone bashing comes from younger folks.  There is, of course all age ranges possibly getting a bit cranky about justifying their position on why they picked iOS vs Android.   I have an iPhone, and I continue to enjoy it, because I can do so many things with it, which are convenient to me.

1) I have Airport Expresses (4) and Apple TVs(2) for Airplay and portable network/WiFi.  The integration with these devices is nice.  The airport express can be reset, and then shows up on my "WiFi" configuration of my iPhone and I can "configure it" from my phone.  So, if I am at a hotel with wired network only (not so many anymore, but still several), I just take it out, reset it (if I need to configure it), and I can set it up on my phone and not have to drag the laptop out.

2) The airport express can "join" a wireless network so that I can then plug in speakers and do airplay at a friends house.  I carry audio cables too, so that I can hook it up to their stereo or TV.

3) Calendar sharing is a great thing.  With this going on, all of our family can see what is going on, and add and mange events.  Having this available on my device and my laptop and being able to join or remove participants is just great.

4) App development, for me, is a big deal.  I've written hundreds of thousands of lines of java code over the years, and I do enjoy that.  But, I really like the iOS platform for software development.  There are some things that could be better, but overall, I have a great time writing iOS apps.  I've looked at the Android platform, and I'm just not enamored with many of the issues.  For one, Android devices require more processor to run, and that means more battery.  You've wondered why Android devices are bigger?  Because they need more battery.

What kinds of things, non-physical, about your mobile device keep you happy?
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Bunch of spoiled brat kids fighting over which phone features are the best! Lets talk about how many people i see texting while driving, these are the people I'm concerned about when I'm on the road!!!
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