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for all of those times +Matthew Keller has thought but not asked, "what if apples to apples were deliberately evil?" http://cardsagainsthumanity.com/
What is Cards Against Humanity? Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you've played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward...
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Controlled Quantum Levitation on a Wipe'Out Track +Matthew Keller and +John Witherspoon told me about quantum levitation but my brain did not make this obvious leap. glad someone's did
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Yep, at least the gas is fake. Like Gregg said, 1:13 - 1:15 you can see it compositing on the "outside" of a wall that should be blocking view of it.
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+Matthew Keller you are right. i just skipped "bungalow."
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You missed nothing.
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Though he started as a mere clone of his sibling, Luigi's role has grown far more complex.
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i particularly like the way it breaks down ingredients and has a size-based icon for serving size as well as the weight info
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Food labels of the future -- very classy.
Infographic Of The Day: A Food Label That Actually Teaches You About Food. UC Berkeley and Good magazine announce the winners of the Rethink the Food Label competition. The design concept above, by Sa...
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Thanks for the advice, I'll make sure to get hold of a copy of that. His Powerpoint book tempts me, mainly because of the cover, but I don't really have any use for it - unless anyone knows of a particularly good thing about it?
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i like the style of posts on G+. i just wish there were more of them. of course that means i should start posting here, too, right? (i am useful.)
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because i love you +Matthew Keller, here's the beautiful video i described last night. may it haunt your dreams OSVALDO SUPINO - FELL FOR THE ENEMY
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So that's who's been raiding my mascara.
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come check G+ for the first time in ages. i have one person who uses it apparently obsessively, and a few people who use it a fair bit. i think i have like 6 active users or something. god, this thing is dead.
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i end up having the same problem i had with old facebook. i courtesy circled a ton of people i am not actually interested in. this week, i get to G+ and i find that one of them is talking up a storm -- someone i find dreadfully fucking boring and tedious. he's got 50-75% (no joke) of the posts on my feed.

my circles aren't set up in a way that was designed to account for the fact that nobody much (out of people i already know.) seems to be talking, but were designed instead to take advantage of what "category" i thought people fit into, socially. i set up a circle for close friends but that one is like half a page per day, so it's something i could check once a week and be fine.

+Janis Neville you are by far the minority in my friend group. though it's an important minority comprised of people i consider close friends (see also +paul good +Philip Draven +Matthew Keller) so it's rather tempting to figure out a way to stick around that works for me.
+Raymond Padilla great! i really care about google's strategy for it, since i'm a google shareholder. oh wait, i'm not!
+Matthew Darke what i really need to do is build a circle that is based around the concept of "active posters who i give a shit about" which would take some research, which isn't something i've had a tremendous amount of time for of late. i think in the end that's how it's going to be interesting to me.
+Kris Graft HEY BRO

if i'm going to find a way in which G+ makes any sense to me, i guess i'll have to consider the way i approach social media, to an extent. right now i friend a ton of people i'm not interested in but i feel like i must (professional contacts, IRL social contacts whom i don't actually care about at all) and that clogs up my feeds. facebook's new "subscribe/unsubscribe" divorced from friends status turned out to be a lot more convenient for me than circling based on my prior approach to social media.

i really liked the idea of circles but my expectations were for a lot more meaningful traffic on this thing at the outset.

what i don't do is go and look at who cicled me whom i don't know and see if they're interesting, which is what "incoming" is for. that would be much more likely to be rewarding, i imagine, but i get friended by a shitton of people and that means it's another timesink i don't know if i'll have the time for.
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Neo-Nazis tricked by T-shirt that changed message after it was washed. Attendees at a nationalist, right-wing concert in Germany were duped into wearing souvenir T-shirts that at first bared a pro-nat...
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Genius. Some publisher should do something like that at a games or anime convention. Hand out Final Fantasy shirts or something then---voila!--they turn into Busy Scissors 2 shirts after being washed. That's assuming attendees at said convention actually wash their clothes.

Which brings me to this: Huh, who knew Neo-Nazis keep up with their laundry!? Apparently you can't be the lowest form of life in dirty clothes.
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not my cat nor pic sadly :3
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