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Yo! 初めまして!!僕は、香港からKPPのファンです、よろしくお願いします
KPPがカワイイの標準でしょう~今、質問は、KPPちゃんはアルバムからベストの歌、一番大好きな歌が何ですか?
ありがとうございます!!
Yo! Nice to meet you!! I am a fan of KPP from Hong Kong. KPP is the standard of "kawaii" in my mind. For the question, what's the best song in the last album and what's the favorite song of you?
Thanks!!!
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Note, the Chinese version originally means "Please wait outside the one-meter line", which "rice-floor noddle" was a very bad translation of "one-meter line", because "meter" + "line" is also a word for "rice noddle"
Benjamin Chan originally shared:
 
Please wait outside rice-flour noodle....
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Guy Kawasaki originally shared:
 
I'm just dying to use this. Wish Google+ would go down. :-) +Yiying Lu is the artist.
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其實佢可以唔用= = 無人逼佢
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The best part.
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The problem with sharing...
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Agent G, share your stuff to twitter/facebook
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Punit Soni originally shared:
 
Folks...two comments:
1. games will roll out slowly over a period of time. So please be patient as we ramp up
2. Please play with it and give us feedback. We have tried to build it in a way that is fun for those who love playing games and non-disruptive for those who don't.

It's just a start...ways to go as we listen, learn and iterate.
thanks!
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The Meaning Behind the Sony Vaio Logo http://goo.gl/1Kq3S

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$75... thoughts?

(Almost thought this is a scam until I've found a link back to a credited Googler)
Kimberly Johnson originally shared:
 
Participate in a Google+ Usability Study!

I'm part of the User Experience Research team on Google+.
This means I love talking to our users about how they use our product. Would you like to be one of those users? Fill out this form!

http://goo.gl/gSGiH

We'll contact you directly if you're a fit for one of our upcoming studies. Feel free to re-share this to anyone you think might be interested.

Thanks, and keep the feedback coming!
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Insightful. or I just want an excuse to whack.
Roger von Oech originally shared:
 
Today's Creative Whack: #83 Get off Your Butt
http://j.mp/cwpap Every walking animal is driven to its purpose with a whack.
Explanation: To avoid trying new things, some people develop attitudes that keep them safely stuck where they are. These attitudes are:
• It's not important.
• I don't have time.
• I already have the answer.
They're dangerous because they lead to stagnation. Thus, we — like Heraclitus' walking animals — sometimes need a good whack to get us off our rear ends to make things happen.

I find that the following three questions can help spur people to action. Try asking them to yourself, and give yourself an honest answer to each of them:
• Am I getting *lazy?*
• Am I becoming *arrogant?*
• Am I getting timid?
If the answer is yes to any one of them, that's a warning to kick that attitude.
For example, if you think you're being lazy, then set a tight deadline for yourself to accomplish some specific objective.
If you're being arrogant, then imagine what you'd do if the situation you're feeling so smug about ceased to exist. And, if you're timid, then take a risk and put yourself in a situation that will give you a better sense of who you are.
— What tight deadline can you give yourself?
— Which parts of your situation are you feeling a little too smug about?
— What risks can you take?
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For what and to what
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For those who are fighting the good fight. ;)
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徐悲鴻 @ Google HK front page
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