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Humble Bundle PC and Android 8: Pay what you want + support charity!
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Pay what you want for Gemini Rue, Little Inferno, Aaaa!, Jack Lumber and loads of soundtracks! Unlock Hero Academy and Anomaly 2, if you bea

Caine's Arcade
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A 9 year old boy - who built an elaborate cardboard arcade inside his dad's used auto part store - is about to have the best day of his life

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Foursquare helps you explore the world around you. Foursquare helps you explore the world around you. Keep up with friends, get insider tips

xkcd: Reviews
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I'm visiting Newport News, VA next week, where I'll be speaking at CNU, my old school. If you want to come, reserve a seat here! Rev

Galaxy S3 Screen Hammer Test
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Poor girl really wanted one of these... I had to cut because of bad language Disassembly & Assembly http://youtu.be/eo93EF7rVIw Screen Repla

Data and visualization blogs worth following
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About three years ago, I shared 37 data-ish blogs you should know about, but a lot has changed since then. Some blogs are no longer in commi

How recruiters look at your resume
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Beyond these six data points, recruiters did little more than scan for keywords to match the open position, which amounted to a very cursory

Brooklyn Public Library
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My son lives in New York, and I was having a look for a library close to him as he joined the one in Bristol while he was there last year. B

New York Public Library
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Next closest branch for Jeff would be at 127 East 58th Street. The 58th Street Branch of The New York Public Library opened on May 10, 1907.

Joman - Daymanstep (with Video)
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Louise Sinclair's Blog: Exercise 11
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Exercise 11. How I would use 2.0 in a library. I think it is important for a library to be seen as being modern, approachable, vibrant. If y

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster
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With millions of devout worshippers, the Church of the FSM is widely considered a legitimate religion, even by its opponents – mostly fundam

Move2Picasa - An easy way to move your Facebook Albums to Picasa
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Move2Picasa is a web application that helps you export all your facebook albums to picasa and share with your google+ circle in just two cli

The Dugout: LeBron James Is a Stupid Jerk Face
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Best vacation ever. Everything was perfect. Except the spa, not the best.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Great hotel venue for a work training, excellent food and very convenient location with the VTA right next door.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Really nice rooms, prefer the contemporary side though. Level 4 has great views.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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Good, but basic, hotel in the heart of niseko. Gets the job done but don't expect much other than a place to sleep. Great daily breakfast included. Friendly hotel staff, only downside is the lack of a good common area to hang out in on off days / when you're not up the mountain.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Had a laughably bad experience with this company on our airport transfer in Jamaica. For starters, the car was over 30 minutes late to pick us up, as the guy meeting us at the airport was unable to get in touch with the driver despite going over to see him in the car park several times, and also unsuccessfully being able to call him on his phone 3-4 times. From what I can tell, the guy at the airport didn't actually even have his own phone to contact the driver, cause he was borrowing from other drivers in the area to call him - seemed really unprofessional but we shrugged it off as it was our first time in Jamaica and maybe that's how things are done here (turns out it isn't, Jamaica is awesome, this company is just the absolute worst). Then the car arrived; it was a SUPER SUPER beat up lincon town car. When I say beat up, I mean beat-the-hell-up. Like when the driver opened his door, the whole inside of his door fell off and hit the street. Paint peeling off the roof, mismatching wheels, the whole nine yards. When the driver smiled at us with his toothless grin, that should have been the final straw - but we were tired from the travelling so got in anyway (mistake #2). On the drive to our hotel, which took >40m but should have taken less than 20, there were a lot more warning bells. Or should I say warning lights - his dashboard was lit up like a christmas tree with every check engine light under the sun going off. The car had no air conditioning, so we rode with the windows down. Oh and the car didn't seem to be able to get above about 20km/h the whole ride there due to the tracking on the wheels being off, which meant the driver was constantly adjusting left/right to keep the car going in a straight line. It was genuinely lucky that we didn't crash head on into oncoming traffic on some of the windy back roads. Really, the best thing about this service, is the ridiculous stories that you'll get to tell people about the truly laughably awful car service that almost killed you at the start of your trip. But is that really worth the $150 for a return transfer? Probably not. We cancelled our return leg of the trip almost immediately, not asking for any monetary compensation as we had paid in advance and just wanted to avoid death on our next trip to the airport. I chose not to provide any details of the problems above, and just straight out cancel. However a few days later I had an email from "Howard Dunn", with my name incorrectly spelt, indicating that he had investigated our issue and would like to make an apology and offer a discount on our next ride in Jamaica...which was complete bullsh*t. He had no information about the problems we experienced, so there was nothing that could have been investigated. This just goes to show how little they care about their customers, their experience, and the problems that exist with this terrible car service. 0/10 - never use this service if you value your life.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago