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Awesome blend of seahawk and Seahawks!
http://www.seahawkart.com/

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"I'm sure if the NFL decides to test him, his test will be invalid because he's powered by lithium-ion and nightmares."

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I like this concept. The personal nature of a call, with the (non) urgency of a text. 

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Interesting review on a difference between Apple and Google: marketing.

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Finally here! #nerdnight 
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It's time! 

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Vamos Colombia!!
Colombia: Wins Don’t Lie 
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As of the last Motorola Assist update, the Meeting functionality only activates for meetings on my primary calendar. Since I have my "Work" calendar as my second calendar, it is no longer going silent during any of my work meetings. (Both calendars are selected in the settings menu, and it was working fabulously before the most recent update with the Home functionality).

Anyone know a fix for this or if this is a known bug?

+Punit Soni +Matt Jones 

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Never noticed this before. In google maps you can find the phrase "Cali es Cali" emblazoned on the hillside (no such sign is there in actuality) across from Chipichape in Cali, Colombia. That's awesome!

The reference is to a common local phrase (and lyric to popular song) of "Cali es Cali, lo demás es loma" which translates to "Cali is Cali, the rest is hillside" and is a remark used to bolster city pride. 

(Ref: https://www.google.com/maps/@3.4768834,-76.5276696,17z)
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Fun tool to play with. In particular, if your city optimizes traffic in one direction during certain hours of the day (i.e. lanes that change directionality) you can clearly see the impact! 
This is a fascinating experimental app: it lets you explore traffic conditions around the world by picking a start point and seeing where you can get from there in ten minutes, either by car or on foot, at different times of day and week. It's kind of hypnotic to play with.

To use it, go to http://www.flaviogortana.com/isoscope/. Click on a point on the map to set your seed spot, and use the controls at the bottom left to set the departure weekday and hour. My one quibble with this is that it focuses on a 10-minute travel time: that's great for looking at extremely dense cities like London or New York, but it's a lot less informative for places like the Bay Area, where a 30-minute radius would be much more interesting. 
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