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Death of the Sun at Nathan Phillips Square
Extended Nuit Blanche 2016

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Toronto's biggest Open Streets yet.

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This is super cool! Thanks +Google Maps​! Suggestion for next year: Show the Trans March and Dyke March, too!
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Cassandra Moore performed as Kesha, and it was amazing.
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Cassandra Moore at Buddies
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This is the other best Rob Ford thing.

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I've read and heard a lot of Rob Ford things in the last 24 hours. This thing is the best thing.

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I got to enjoy some dramatic views of Manhattan and the Hudson while visiting Jersey City for work.
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Views from Jersey City
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...And that was the last time anyone said, "Nexus is only meant to be a developer phone."
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It's sad to note that, with the introduction of the new Google+ interface, Google has finally pulled the cord on the old, more powerful Photos interface that used to be in Plus. Until now, plus.google.com/photos would redirect to the new Photos, but you could still get back to the old interface via plus.google.com/photos/yourphotos. This interface provided better editing tools (such as more tuning controls, spot adjustments, cropping ratios, and more), plus the ability to tag people. That link now redirects to the new Photos as well, and users are seemingly left with no choice but to use its slicker, but more basic interface.

Or are they?

It appears there's actually still a way to get to the old interface, even after you've switched over to the new Google+. The path is through Picasa. Simply go to picasaweb.google.com, find and view your photo, and select Actions > Edit in Google+. You'll find yourself back in the old Google+ Photos interface, and you can use its superior editing tools and even tag the photo (if you've shared it). It's awkward, but it works, and it gives us hope that maybe Google still plans to bring back more of what's been lost in the switch to the new Photos.

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+Chris Lacy gets action.
Android Studio 2.0 with Instant Run

One the most requested features we receive is to make app builds and deployment faster in Android Studio. Today at the Android Developer Summit, we’re announcing a preview of Android Studio 2.0 featuring Instant Run that will dramatically improve your development workflow.

Check out the Android Developer Summit Keynote, and watch the Android Studio sessions streamed live from the event for more details.

Android Studio 2.0 is available now in the canary release channel, so we can get your feedback — so let us know what you think!

http://goo.gl/zCpxFb
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