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Svend Erik Nygaard
Works at Copenhagen Airports - CPH
Lives in DK, Copenhagen
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  • Copenhagen Airports - CPH
    Business Information Specialist, 2009 - present
  • Capgemini
    Enterprise Architect, 2008 - 2009
  • Eniro
    Business IT Architect, 2007 - 2007
  • Krak
    Solution Architect, 2004 - 2007
  • Værdipapircentralen - VP
    IT Architect, 2002 - 2004
  • Access Media
    Solution Architect, 1999 - 2001
  • Avenir Danmark
    Solution Architect, 1998 - 2001
  • Sysdeco
    Solution Architect, 1997 - 2001
  • Uniware
    Solution Architect, 1995 - 2001
  • Royal Greenland
    IT Architect, 1992 - 1994
  • Narvi Data
    Developer, 1990 - 1992
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Business Information Architect
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Investigate the world!
  Try to understand your fellow humans.
  But most of all enjoy it :-)
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Greenland, Nuuk - DK, Aarhus - Faroe Islands, Thorshavn - England, Reading - DK, Vejle - DK, Nykøbing Sj

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how nice
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Beautiful
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No brake pedal in Google's new car!!!

Yes it's a prototype - and yes, does Google really consider making cars???.
But "no brake pdeal!!  ouch!*
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A very successful prank :-)

(Via +Joan Laine)
 
One of the BEST pranks I've ever seen pulled off... #prank   #ghost   #joke
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Ok, Kevin, we don't need more digits on the standing!

( http://www1.skysports.com/f1/drivers/kevin-magnussen )
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Grazie +ezio odorizzi, McLaren deve diventare molto meglio.
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Rainbow from the rooftop of my office

(had to use video - no wide-ancle on my phone camera)
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Self-driving cars - why?

I think there are plenty of use cases:

1) All commercial transport
(Where the driver is only there to drive the car)
- taxi
- bus
- delivery of goods
- ...

2) private driving
Even private driving, I think, a lot of people will be happy for the opportuniy to take a break and relax.

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+Travis Owens,
Volvo is testing 100 self-driving cars in one of Sweden's biggest cities.
They really mean business.
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Just in case you are still using Internet Explorer.

U.S., U.K. governments advise against using Internet Explorer

I've been the happy user of Chrome for many years.
Last Saturday, a tech security firm made the appalling discovery that ever since the 2001 release of IE6, all versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer hav
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To each his own I guess. . .
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5 Simple Office Policies That Make Danish Workers Way More Happy Than Americans

http://buff.ly/1oygQnU
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Wish...
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Respect!
Jenson Button  about Kevin Magnusson:
“Kevin drove the car quicker, basically, and did a better job”
Respect to +Jenson Button  for this!
F1 News. Jenson Button says Kevin Magnussen was just quicker than him during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix as his team-mate starts to find his feet. Read more at Crash.net!
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Yes, it's quite amazing and very, very impressive
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Google Classroom
For Teachers etc
Create, Organize Assignments, ...

Google could do so much in this area - most schools, colleges etc have very poor tools for this.

Haven't checked it out yet - and only Beta (of course :-)) - But I will

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2457692,00.asp
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But I like your passion, Sotiris :-)
It's just, if Google allowed such stuff, all posts would drown in spam comments from millions of companies :-/
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So, it seems that Google Translate is not the best that Google have.

If you use Google's internal translate (as in Google Chrome) you will get a better result.

The article below illustrates this and makes a few guesses about the reason - I'm not sure about the guesses.
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Yeah it seems to work very well and have a large effect. Idk for sure what to make of it though..
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