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Daniel Hagan
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FYI, I'm migrating G+ to my "regular" Google user id - daniel@kickidle.com. Link is https://plus.google.com/u/2/108260606991567988639/posts  Feel free to add me!

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If this doesn't blow your mind, I don't know what will!
Night flight on board of the ISS from NW USA to Florida and beyond
Starting just before Vancouver and Seattle the ISS flies over Central US to Florida. The trip ends just south of Cuba.
The 279 photos were taken by the NASA astronaut Mike Fossum, aka Astro_Aggie, on Oct. 15, 2011, from 083054 GMT to 084547 GMT. Therefore, the actual duration of the flight is 15 minutes. Camera: Nikon D3S with 50 mm lens, f 2.8, exposure 1 second (for the maximum capture of light).

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Free coffee on Jonathan! Really neat social experiment.

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Here's a shocker... German's say body scanners produce too many false "hits" to be useful. In other news, US still wants to look at you naked before you can fly...

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Holy kaw, the diver is looking like a piece of sushi in this photo:

http://news.discovery.com/adventure/close-shark-encounters-110728.html

Total aggregation of Discovery:

http://discovery.alltop.com/
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Good read on the difference (business, not just technical) between Microsoft and Apple, and why Microsoft shouldn't be counted out yet...

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Love corporate videos that are from the heart--as opposed to from the PR firm.

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Tech folks think business folks are assholes who don't understand the technical details and should get out of the way.

Business folks think tech folks are assholes who don't understand the financial details and should just do what they're told.

In a way, they're both right...

Solution: Cross the cultural divide and learn something about the other side of the house. I know it's helped me immensely to gain a bit of understanding about how the business side works. That understanding leads to empathy and that empathy leads to collaboration and solutions to problems that each side can't solve on it's own.

The only thing I've learned from "human interest" stories on TV news is that I apparently don't have any interest in humans.
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