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Boris Smus
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I really wish the Google Photo "Clear the clutter" feature would offer to auto-OCR things and save them to Keep.
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Hi readers, I'm running a quick poll about saving memorable quotes from books while reading. Many thanks for filling it in! #lazyweb
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11%
I save quotes using Kindle highlights
7%
I save quotes on another e-reader
8%
I save quotes digitally using photos/doc
8%
I write quotes down using paper & ink
66%
I don't save quotes while reading
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Chrome 42 Beta! Now with push notifications, better Add to Home Screen functionality and ES6 Classes!

The newest Chrome Beta channel release includes support for ES6 Classes and several new features that allow developers to create more immersive web applications. Unless otherwise noted, changes described below apply to Chrome for Android, Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS.
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I'm running a quick poll on reading preferences (ebooks vs. physical books). Many thanks for filling it in!  #lazyweb  
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12%
I read only physical books
32%
I read only e-books
54%
I read both
3%
I don't read
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Don't eat this mushroom mushroom
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Vancouverites! Developers! Come to this thingy. I'll give a talk about developing VR apps for Cardboard.
TICKETS go on sale October 15 at DevFest.ca 

DevFest is a week-long technology workshop-series and hackathon centred around bleeding-edge technologies and catered towards experienced software-developers, set to take place in downtown Vancouver this coming this November 3-9.

The technologies covered in this year's series are:
- crypto-currencies
- cloud-computing
- smart-televisions
- wearable-electronics
- micro-controllers
- virtual-reality
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We can no longer have a one-web-for-all approach. We need many different webs each specializing on a particular subset of use cases and devices.
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Beautiful day at Squaw.
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