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Alan Eustace
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Thanks for all the support during this long three years.   The StratEx team was amazing, and I can't thank them enough for their incredible engineering, perseverance, and enthusiasm.   They ROCK!   Also a big thank you to my family, who were not as excited about this project as I was, but put up with it, because it made me happy.   It was a huge sacrifice, and I can't thank them enough. 

http://youtu.be/WTXazPBdICM
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Hi Alan, Peter Eustace here from Dublin Ireland (possible distant relation)

Let me start by saying.

You Whip the Llama's Ass. Congratulations on your High Altitude Record Breaking Jump and your long journey up the dizzying heights of the IT industry. (I'm just a lowly Techie) 
Is there any chance you'd have a few Promo Photos you could sign for my Kids (They'll be completely over the moon). Embarrassing as this request may be (Your no doubt a humble man)  If you or your assistant can find the time to arrange this, the photos will seriously be inspiration for the kids. 

Many, Many Thanks 

Peter
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interesting, but i think that could have better design
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You can't even watch it....
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3D printing using silkworms!   Very interesting research from MIT.
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Incredible Space  X technology.    The idea is that only a tiny percentage of all the cost of a rocket is fuel.  The rest is made up on non-reusable component.   If you could just reuse the entire rocket, the economics change dramatically.
 
Hexacopter video of a rocket that takes off and lands vertically, built by a private company that already has orbital capability and wants to send people to Mars.  Oh yeah, and the same guy is building an electric car that just won Car of the Year.  Did the future I was promised as a kid in '2001' et al finally arrive?  Hats off to Elon Musk.  Now about global warming....
We've been watching as the SpaceX Grasshopper's leap has grown higher and higher with each successive launch (and landing!), and the rocket's flights
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Completely awesome!!
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Recent trip with fellow Aircam owner Jeremy Lezin.   A few splash and go landings at San Luis Reservoir, and a visit to Mercy Hot Springs, with a very, very small dirt runway.
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Sure was fun Kathy, you'll have to fly someday.
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Why I love the AirCam!  Amazing footage!
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We implore you to help earthquake victims in Nepal. 
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Nice flying video.  Thank you Julian for sharing it with me.

http://www.chonday.com/Videos/pilotnewzdalnd1
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Hi Alan, I really hope you don't mind me commenting like this here, but I have to let you know what your Collections fans have been up to.

Collections are a great feature, and after having authored a few myself, I came to realize  they were not that easy to find in a search.

With that in mind, I came up with the idea of creating a Community which would allow members to share their own Collections, and those of others. And to include a whole new approach to moderation too.

We have created categories where the Collections can be added and found easily by our viewers and members. We allow and recommend hashtags be used in the comment box when sharing with us, to make it easier for the Collection to be found when using the communities search box.

I have to admit, it wasn't easy at first to convince members how important it was for a community such as ours. A collection of Collections if you like, but much more.

But, and after explaining the importance and viewer friendliness of our community, we soon started picking up speed. Granted, we are small in numbers compared to a photo sharing community, but we are extremely high in quality Collections, popular well known members, and have only been going just a few weeks.

We are at this time only just over 500 members strong, but we do share over 400 of our members Collections. That is a great ratio in any community books.

We are doing what we can to promote Collections here, and would appreciate any help and advice you can offer. Maybe you could post Collection update information to our community directly, as you get it. Or offer advice to our members and I?

In the meantime, please take a look at our Community, as I am sure you will be impressed.

https://plus.google.com/communities/101885389612190759002

Kind regards and best wishes.
Steve
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Beryl Nelson debuted a really nice video about Anita at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women and Computing last week.   Anita's passion for increasing the representation of women in computer science comes alive though stories from her many friends, including me.   She died too young, but her dreams live on.

http://www.globaltechwomen.com/3/post/2013/10/remembering-anita-borg-a-documentary-reflections-by-those-who-knew-her.html
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End,of,life,is,not,the,greatest,of,KNOWLEDGE,,but,ACTION,
http://www.roripon.com,vs,google.com,(welcome,ventures,capitals)
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Really nice footage.
 
//World's Fastest Dog In Super Slow Motion by Earth Unplugged

incredible!

Cheetah vs Greyhound - World's Fastest Dog In Super Slow Motion- Slo Mo #28 - Earth Unplugged

It's another dog vs cat battle this week, as the boys film the world's fastest recorded canine - the greyhound. We find out how it compares to the world's fastest cat - the cheetah.
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Very nice footage. Love having the detail enough to see the muscle contractions and release.
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Great talk. Never knew you were a novelist!
 
June is almost over, so it's the perfect time to think of a new 30 day challenge. What fun, interesting, or challenging thing would you like to try for 30 days?
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Does going on a vacation for 30 days count?
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The virtual mouse Hurobat has several advantages compared to other
solutions: HUROBAT 3.0 Prototype Test Video   
HUROBAT 2.0 TEST VIDEO
•       does not include any camera, or
does not need any programs, so it does not charge the computer
•       it is easy to produce
•       cheap, can be produced from small
amount
•       precise
•       works without touching
•       the controlling area can be programmed
•       it can be built
into equipment and computers or can be connected externally
•    and we see that it is usable for information desks, for computers of
sterile environment, for television controls and for a lot other areas.
                    •   it supports gesture control 

HUROBAT 3.0 Prototype Test Video 
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