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Josh Williams
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Attended Coastal Carolina University
Lives in Myrtle Beach, SC
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Josh,  honestly true!  We are seriously looking for a quality web developer.   If you know anyone who needs work,  give them my office number 843-692-9977.  
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The NYPD staffs 35,000 officers. The population of the city of Myrtle Beach is just over 27,000.
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Interesting. I see some potential abuses with these types of ads (no Catholic jokes intended).
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Should the Archdiocese of NY have to worry about what type of Bubble ad that appears on their info bubble in Google Maps? They do now!
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The appendix is twice as long ;)
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A must read.
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Let's hear a big amen on that one...haha
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And I do...really and truly...:-)
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Features like this is really what sets Google+ apart from Facebook and shows that Google's goal is more ambitious than simply creating a social media site.
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Posted by +Teresa Wu and +Toby Stein on behalf of the Docs and Pages teams:

5 Ways To Make Hangouts With Extras Work For You

So you know about Hangouts, but have you tried Hangouts with Extras? This tool is available to everyone and is a simple and easy way to connect and collaborate with others in real time. With Hangouts with Extras, you can:

Connect with multiple people simultaneously: With group video chat and web conferencing you can connect with multiple people around the world at the same time.

Share your screen: Many times we don’t have a colleague nearby enough to look over our shoulder to collaborate with what’s on our computer screen. Well, with screen sharing you give other people the ability to view what’s on your computer screen. You can choose an open window screen on your computer and give everyone in your meeting the ability to look at it.

Collaborate in real time: You can meet, share notes, and even work on documents at the same time.

How do you use it? To get started, select “Start a hangout” on the right side of your home screen and look for the yellow bar below the “Hangout” button.

Then, add documents from your Google Docs account or start a new one to keep notes. There are a number of ways this incredible resource can benefit your company, not just in its communications with customers, but in the way you and your colleagues communicate and collaborate. We’ve put together 5 ways that Google Docs and Google+ are made for each other...and for you:

1. Run more efficient meetings with your team: Take meeting notes using Hangout Notes during a video conference meeting that all participants can view and edit. The doc will automatically save in your documents list for later reference.

2. Work presentations, spreadsheets, and more while hanging out. Watch videos on YouTube or doodle for fun. Take your collaboration beyond a traditional document.

3. Solicit feedback on your work by sharing it in a Hangout: Insert a presentation you’re working on or a project plan you’ve built in a spreadsheet, and ask teammates to provide live feedback in the Hangout.

4. Bring a new level of personal interaction to your webinars: Deliver a training to your customers using Google presentations and screen sharing.

5. Build relationships with your customers by holding focus groups over Hangouts: Gather customer feedback over the Hangout and take notes in a document on their thoughts and ideas.
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The screen sharing feature will be great.
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Totally signed this. If there were only one for all reality shows...
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Has anyone written the "Top 10 Things More Popular Than Congress" yet?
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real challenge - 10 things LESS popular than congress
and no you may not have members of congress in your list
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Back in my day, phones were connected to cords, people weren't worried about nutrition information at fast food restaurants, and gas was below $1 per gallon. Ah, the 90's...
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Google is acquiring Motorola which is bound to raise more antitrust issues. They should just save some effort and buy the FTC, I'm sure the government would consider the offer.
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  • Visibility and Converions
    Digital Marketing Director, 2013 - present
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    SEO Specialist, 2013 - 2013
  • SEER Interactive
    SEO Consultant, 2012 - 2013
  • Fuel Interactive
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Great place for breakfast. Huge menu and good food. Service was great too. Downsides are the price (a little steep for breakfast) and the busyness. We ate here in the off season and it was still packed! The wait was short (5-10 minutes).
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I don't normally like bagels, but my wife and I stopped in one morning to check it out. At first I was a little worried. It's a small place in an unfortunate location in Carolina Forest. They have a wide selection. I ordered the Brooklyn Special (lox+cream cheese). It was the best bagel I've ever had, hands down. My wife was also happy with her omelette. Overall: okay atmosphere, good service, great food
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Ultimate California Pizza is a great local chain and a good family restaurant. Their pizza selection covers a wide variety of tastes and palettes. Personal favorites include the Big Kahuna and Hawaiian. Service at this particular location is pretty good. They stay busy so if you're dining during a high traffic time, expect slightly slower service. It can also get pretty noisy, there's a lot of echo inside. Never had a problem without delivery from this location.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Liberty is one of my favorite local watering holes. I typically frequent the bar area since they have great microbrews on tap. Liberty Lager is the main standby but they also have a great selection of seasonal beers and brewmaster specials. Great happy hour prices, too. The food isn't too shabby, either. I stick to the appetizers (soft pretzels, fries, and best of all: fried pickles!). I've never had their steak and don't usually eat lunch or dinner here, so I can't comment on the rest of the food. Service is usually pretty good. It's located in Broadway at the Beach, so if you hit it on a busy night, expect the waitstaff to be slammed.
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Eggs Up Grill is hands down the best breakfast restaurant in Myrtle Beach. There are several locations, but the Glenns Bay restaurant was the first my family started eating at. The prices are fair (especially the kid's meals) and the food is great. My favorite thing on the menu is the corned beef hash (they have their own special recipe), but I honestly haven't had a bad thing there. The only downside: they stay busy. There's usually a wait, but they are able to seat you quickly and it never feels like we're rushed. The staff is great and personable. If the owner is there he's usually helping out and talking to guests. Overall great restaurant.
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reviewed 8 months ago
If you've been to an Outback, you know what to expect. Decent food at prices slighty high for what it is.
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reviewed 8 months ago
Great place for lunch and dinner. Upscale atmosphere right on the oceanfront but reasonably priced for lunch.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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