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+Patrick Meenan's two hour "lightning talk" on WebPagetest at Velocity last week #throughglass  
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+Maxim R no this was just an informal Q&A and demo. No prepared slides or recording unfortunately. Pat did do a 90 minute tutorial at Velocity, slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/patrickmeenan/webpagetest-power-users-velocity-2014
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Excited to announce that Using WebPagetest will be released later this year, coauthored with +Andy Davies and +Marcel Duran.

Early access coming soon.


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Look forward to reading this!
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It sucks when a YouTube video takes forever to load. Google unveiled Google Video Quality Report, "a simple tool to see the level of video quality your Internet service provider can play YouTube."
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So much musical gold in +Ronald Jenkees YouTube uploads. You can literally pick any one at random and it'll blow your mind.

https://www.youtube.com/user/ronaldjenkees/videos
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So uninteresting it deserved its own plaque.
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We can have a lot of those in Foster City. Or "On this site in 1897 marsh/wetlands were here."
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Excited to announce that Using WebPagetest will be released later this year, coauthored with +Andy Davies and +Marcel Duran.

Early access on Atlas coming soon.


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+Sri Kavitha Gudivada : check this out. 
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Check out the Google Video Quality Report to see how well your ISP plays +YouTube videos: http://www.google.com/get/videoqualityreport/
Does YouTube stutter and buffer poorly when you try to stream a video? If you're in the USA, check out Google's new Video Quality Report, in which major internet service providers are ranked on the quality of their YouTube ...
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omg! Google is ruining everything now! Is nothing sacred to them!
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In September of 1936 the Wood River Express train departed from Vogt Station in Salt Lake City, Utah bound for Red Flats, Nevada on what was known as the Salt Line. 214 souls were aboard. The train was spotted at 11:34 PM near the border with Nevada disappearing into a particularly dense fog bank. It was never seen again. No wreckage was found and there was no trace that the train had ever been there. In 1998 a freight train traveling along the B & O freight line near where the disused Salt Line had been overgrown with desert weeds came across a strange sight. Sitting parallel to the freight line, poised where tracks had once run, was the pristine length of the Wood River Express.

The baffled crew of the freight train stopped to inspect their unusual find. Only one person was aboard the train: the conductor. He was a smiling man who offered no answer or explanation other than his name. That name was Rick Viscomi.
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    Computer Science, 2006 - 2010
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