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Robert Connor17,408Another great circle shared with me by an amazing G+'er!!All those  *#sharing  publicly THIS circle* will also be included in my other major circle sharingIf you received the notice you are in this circleIf you would like to be included in the next Circle Share, you only have to do these simple steps:1 - Include me in your circles2 - Share the circle (Publicly)3 - Add +1 to the post.4 - Leave a comment if you like.Thank you to all those who participated#fabwomenonG+ #womenongplus #womenonline #womenongoogleplus #women #activeusers #activedirectory #activeengagers #fabfems #googleplusengagers #femalesongoogleplus #female #fabulouswomenongoogleplus #slhc #sharedcircles #addcircle #sharedpubliccircles #growfollowers #circleshare #publicsharedcircles2014-09-11 11:06:23494432667
John Nuntiatio39,637You are in this circle.#circles #sharedcircles #circlesharing #circle #bestcircle #news #bestofcircles #bestcircleshare #share #tech #business #sport #small #smallcircle #photography #health2014-06-29 12:31:24193745
Maria Morisot33,677Moan Lisa's All Kinds of People Shared Circle20 June, 2014RESHARE if you want to be includedmoanlisa.org2014-06-20 10:37:363009495123
Ramón Sansone López436Awsome #sharedcircle #bestengagersComment, Do +1 and share it, you'll belong to one of my best #sharedcircles 2013-09-05 06:26:23501003
Kabita Singhania0Join and Share .... #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday  2013-07-18 18:42:30494001
matthew rappaport147,898499 +Google+ ers that are RELEVANT to me according to the PLUSarithmThis MEGA +Shared Circles on G+ is literally the 1st 499 names that are listed when RELEVANCE is selected and 'Your Circles' is clicked under https://plus.google.com/circles (very close to it!)There are 15 that I didn't include in the circle but made the cut that are celebs or pages that I will list below as I wanted to share more users overall in this #sharedcircle  which is almost entirely full of WIN.It is interesting that the first couple of rows are a mix of people I spent more time with in the beginning and with people I spend more time with now (which has interlap!) and of course how does one define 'spent time with' when talking about a social network place but the stream, hangouts, gtalk, +H.I.R.L., etc. The algorithm is not there yet to take note of all the data let alone measuring offline interaction but I tend to +mention people (a page in the Top 499, left out of this circle) a few people now and again, it seems the more you do that with a person or page, the more relevant they are to you in this list. I wonder if that data showing how many times you tagged someone and them you will be available in the future and if so, everyone can expect that number to be high for most from me!I do find it curious that +G+ Interviews which is a page started by +Peter G McDermott that I was helping with takes up my number 3 spot when I haven't tagged it in so long or done much with it in a bit nor felt I ever interacted with it to any level compared with those surrounding it. It's not a perfect system for sure and we all might have ones that slip through the crack that make us go, "Why is this person more relevant or WHO is this person?!"I am the +1 in this circle but everyone else is the +1000 zombies that +byron rempel will turn UNDEAD  +1000 that rocks the PLUS. I can vouchfor almost all the content being interesting, all the people though, that might be another ... WOAH :)~+Having said that, I will produce the next 500 Relevance Ci2013-01-04 19:14:28499403744
Christina Trapolino54,573#CircleSunday  November 18, 2012It's been several months since I last shared this Circle with you guys, but I'm really glad to be starting it up again.  I have been taking your suggestions into consideration, but this week I'm sharing three people with you who have been on my radar for some time:---+Isabelle Fortin is someone I found through a neat hashtag event called #MovieMashupTuesday .  The idea...well, you can find it by clicking on the hashtag.  Some of the images they come up with make me laugh out loud... IRL.  ;)  Isabelle's stream is also just plain interesting -- she is a self-confessed foodie (and so am I), and one of the few people whose Instagram posts don't annoy me.  I'm certain she'll add some quirky fun to your streams.I've been following +Ralph Roberts for quite some time -- he worked with NASA on the Apollo program (*dreamy sigh*), so you can take posts with titles such as "Does chocolate make you clever?" very seriously in his stream.  Furthermore, ever since I got an iPad, I've found Ralph's posts to consistently liven up my feeds with beautiful images.  If you're from Austin and you know who John Aielli is, you might understand why I freakin' love Ralph Roberts.Last but not least is +Chris Hoeller, who has been in my Circles for a very long time.  His posts are sometimes a lot like reading a Twitter feed -- short and funny -- but he also makes incredibly thought-provoking posts about technology and social media.  I suspect that if you enjoy my posts on the subject of communication, you'll like Chris a lot.---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-11-19 03:11:2212014227
Cynthia Yildirim23,029New Google+ users might not have this circle yet of Google Employees on G+, I'm  not an employee, but going to include myself in the circle anyway. :D  #sharedcircles   #Google  2012-11-09 01:27:54213201
Andrea Memenas5,995There are so many awesome women in my "Smart Chicks" circle that it exceeds G+'s 500-people-shared-at-once limit...You really need to follow these ladies. It will immediately make your G+ experience better.2012-10-23 20:00:075009010
AJ Durling2944) The fourth of today's circle shares - Google+ EmployeesA moment ago a shared a circle of people who work for Google. Out of those, these are the people who a special to Google+If you like it, share it; if you don't, ignore it. #Google   #googleemployees   #googleplus   #googleplusemployees   #circleshare   #sharedcircles  2012-10-19 15:03:1487000
AJ Durling03) Third out of the circles I thought I might share today - Google EmployeesThis is a small list of people who work for Google (at least, I think they do... please correct me if I'm wrong!) and post interesting stuff. It includes (and is, in fact, predominantly) a selection of Google+ employees - I will be sharing just those employees in their own, special circle in just a minute.If you like this, share it; if you don't, ignore it. #Google   #googleemployees   #googleplus   #googleplusemployees   #circleshare   #sharedcircles  2012-10-19 15:02:39117000
Tim Moore23,086My Shared Circle of the weekGooglers who are just #awesome . _Don't stalk, just talk, they won't bite_  #sharedcircles   #Google  2012-08-29 20:23:364492010
Michael B.1,582This circle was just shared to me by +Christina Trapolino .Thank you for sharing :-)2012-07-30 15:01:50118203
Andreas Schou3,113It's been a while since I shared this circle. But this is the circle I have turned up to full-blast. In any case, if you're just joining us: my feed is generally more esoteric than the circle which probably sent you here. While I'm interested in politics, I normally don't have a lot to say about the horse race. Most of what you'll get here will be policy, plus economics, law, history, neuroscience, medicine, and large block quotes from late 18th-century documents. I'm also read by a lot of people who disagree with me. I'd describe my general political outlook as 'pragmatic left-libertarian.' But if you encounter someone you disagree with, or disagree with me, then (a) don't feed the trolls, and (b) practice bad-faith good-faith. Pretend you're responding to the most reasonable interpretation of the post you just read. I'll do the same for you, and will expect everyone else in the crowd to do the same.In any case, hi. Who are you and what brought you here?2012-07-17 15:58:5559501
Christina Trapolino48,549July 15, 2012 #CircleSunday  It has been storming for almost a whole week in Austin!  Those of us who remember the wicked drought from last year (I wasn't a resident then, but a visitor several times) are grateful beyond words for the lower temperatures and the higher water levels in the lakes.  I am especially grateful for the storms because I can actually get more than 4 hours of sleep when it's raining.Stormy Sundays are probably the best thing ever (apart from brunch), and I've spent most of today browsing G+ and adding new folks to my 'potential Circle Sunday' list.  Here are the pleeps I've chosen for this week:---+Lil Peck has a slight obsession with horses.  I don't share that obsession (although I do like horses, and spent many summers as a little girl learning to ride them), but Lil Peck's Stream is just so dang interesting that I read it obsessively, anyway.  My favorite content of hers is tech-related -- especially when it's Google+ related.  Her latest post is an example of this (it's about how to make sure your Stream is drama-free): http://bit.ly/NvrXZV+Rachelle Doorley is an arts educator.  She also publishes something called Tinkerlab, which is actually pretty fascinating even if you're not a DIYer.  Speaking of DIY, my favorite part of Rachelle's profile is her suggestion of which Circles to add her to.  She lists DIY twice!  Whether it's intentional or not, I got a chuckle out of it because that's actually a fair analysis of her content: it's a lot of DIY/crafts stuff.  That said, I keep her in my "awesome A-list" Circle because her posts are fresh and unique.  Check out her latest post here: http://bit.ly/NJMquE+Jonathan Abbey is a testament to the power of the Nearby Stream.  By that, I mean that I found him through the first version of the mobile app for G+ -- he was posting from near my location, and I added him on a whim.  Several months later, and he's still on my read list!  He posts a lot of political stuff (fair warning if you like Romney -- Johnathan's Stream is unforgiving), but he's not preachy.  Talk about a rare find.  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/NqjhFk---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-07-16 01:21:3911718125
Christina Trapolino47,824July 1, 2012 #CircleSunday In a few days, it'll be my one year anniversary on Google+, but the platform itself celebrated its birthday this past week.  As a result, lots of people posted fantastic stories about their time here (check the #MyFirstPost  hashtag to peruse the Stream of posts), and I made a lot of new friends.  All three of my Circle Sunday recommendations below are a direct result of that.  I hope they bring something fresh to your Streams, as they have mine.  :)---+Mark Bruce is a regular #ScienceSunday  contributor who came to me via a shared Circle this past week.  If you're looking to beef up your science Circles, you can file Mark under awesome.  He hails from Adelaide in South Australia, which is where I went to some university a few years back.  It's a great, albeit quiet little town full of smart folks like Mark, IIRC.  Extra cool points awarded due to his self-proclaimed enthusiasm for transhumanism.  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/LJ9YLLI have never recommended a Page in my Circle Sundays, but that's changing this week.  I stumbled across a Googler's new yoga page -- +Quantum Yoga -- during my Stream surfing this week and fell in love.  I want to get into yoga, but I've had some trouble making time for it.  +Brandon Seils' Page is helping me to increase my interest in the practice by highlighting its geeky side.  Maybe my next step will be to find a good yoga Hangout!  Check out the Page's latest post here: http://bit.ly/MNqKNf+Ivan Yudhi is more proof that commenting thoughtfully will get you noticed and Circled by people with common interests.  I found Ivan while hopping around several I/O conversations.  He posts a lot about sports as well as different smartphones and their creators (and other tech, in general).  His profile indicates he's into photography, and while I don't see a lot of his photos in his Stream, I'm hoping he'll take some pictures soon and share them!  Check out Ivan's latest post here: http://bit.ly/LYLBek---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-07-02 03:50:5211318530
Jari Huomo7,914Christina Trapolino Circle Sunday CircleHere is an excellent selection of Google+ users manually selected by lovely +Christina Trapolino (https://plus.google.com/102615863344410467759/about)If you do not want to add all at once, you can see all the people in this circle here: http://www.googleplussuomi.com/christinatrapolino/ with links to their best posts & photo posts. 2012-06-21 10:26:491118219
Christina Trapolino47,287June 17, 2012 #CircleSunday Hello again, Google+!This month has been tremendous for me -- as I continue to search for cultural clues that prove my hypothesis that society is evolving its use of social media, I've learned a great deal about the relationship between brands and bloggers (or, as I like to call them, citizen journalists).  More on this later in the week, when I share my takeaways from the Blog Her Food '12 conference in Seattle.For today, I'm very pleased to share these fine folks with y'all for Circle Sunday!---First up is +John Maguire, who is a clinical researcher at the University of Kansas. John livens up my Stream with fantastic posts about all sorts of topics (seriously, they range from sports to outer space), but my favorite thing about him comes from his profile: "Being green is [sic] doesn't have to reflect one's political status, rather learning how [to] better our way of living and sustaining a better place to live for future generations." Hear, hear! Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/MzMHzrI have well over 500 photographers in my Circles, and they are all super talented.  They certainly remind me that my Instagram account is strictly amateur.  Many of them have enormous followings, but some have been less exposed than others.  Case in point?  +Rainer Steinke is a street photographer whose taste and style are, in my opinion, spectacular. This is my favorite of his recent posts: http://bit.ly/MXbUkM+Kyle Sullivan is an exobiology major (bonus nerd points) whose posts are endlessly interesting.  I like Kyle's Stream so much because he mixes NASA information with a quirky sense of humor (he initially caught my attention when I saw some re-shares of his #AwayTeamPorn posts -- y'all know how I feel about Star Trek).  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/M5sdws---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-06-17 22:53:4711120424
Jaana Nyström50,117Google 8 by Jaana -circleHere is circle 8 / 8 of Google employees on Google+, for now...The first circle with explanation: https://plus.google.com/u/0/107742059751171695340/posts/5TMQbd48fPVYou are notified because you are in this circle.The circle in circlecount.comhttp://www.circlecount.com/sharedcircle/?id=z13vcntrcq3vxzypd04cd1ea5yric3njxj0#Google #circleshare #Jaanatip  There's more to come some other day...  I'm receiving more Googlers circles from nice Plussers!Thank you my dears, you know who you are... :-)2012-06-08 20:05:40846210
Elaine Lindsay16,454Third time the charm.. If I have missed anyone please forgive me..  I will share the correct circle this time.. Duh.. its friday  This is a circle of some of my favs.. Engagers all.. 2012-06-08 14:37:4125311414
Michael Kendle299Here's a circle of tech people. The circle is bigger but only lets me share 500. If you're interested in tech, this is a good place to start.2012-06-07 13:57:05501115
Christina Trapolino46,899June 3, 2012 #CircleSunday  Hello again, Google+!  I've been a very busy girl for the past couple of weeks, but I've still been surfing my Streams and looking out for great people to feature for Circle Sunday.  Today, I'd like to share the latest three additions to my #CircleSunday  Circle:---+David Garcia has been in my Circles for a long time, and I've been meaning to feature him for much of that time.  His posts are uplifting and his message is something we can all relate to from time to time.  David has a blog called, "Keep it up, David!" and it's about his battle with losing weight.  He's doing a great job, which is nice to see, but what makes his approach really special is that he doesn't focus on weight all the time.  Rather, he chooses to highlight great things to eat for their taste and nutritional value, which makes his content engaging for anyone -- trying to lose weight or not.  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/LrbDGU+Gunther Cox only has about 1,100 followers and I have no idea why he doesn't have way more than that, so I'm hoping this feature will help spread his content to a larger audience.  Gunther posts about what is probably the coolest thing ever -- robots.  He makes them and posts about them!  Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/Le1mBLI'd like to let +Jonathan Chalker's profile speak for itself (boy, I love when people really take the time to fill that sucker out): "I am a proud first generation G+ user. In G+ I write articles about science, technology, music, design (web and product), philosophy, media, and customer service in the digital world. I also follow quite a few people, read most of their posts, and actively comment (yay, me)."  He really is an interesting guy to follow! Check out his latest post here: http://bit.ly/KZtWV6---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday   feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-06-04 00:43:5110912025
Jaana Nyström49,593I've been hoarding these peeps...My Googlers CircleGoogle employeesEveryone in this circle works for Google, been collecting the guys since July last year.Well, worked at the time of me adding them, anyway...Here it is in +CircleCount:http://www.circlecount.com/sharedcircle/?id=z13uvt3okqj2cxxvc22celljpvm0wvzfsVery international...  If you have some more to add that I've missed, please comment! #circleshare   #CircleSunday  2012-06-03 13:44:1447836829
Andreas Schou2,568Apparently thanks to my inclusion in +Mike Shaw's shared circle, my follower count seems to have increased precipitously today. When that happens, it seems like the thing to do is an introductions thread. Let me start by explaining precisely what you've added: My feed is fairly wide-ranging. While I'm interested in horserace politics, I normally don't have a lot to say about it. You're likely to hear more about policy, which is the majority of what you'll get, plus some science, some economics, some law, some history, and some large block quotes from late 18th-century documents. Ideologically, I'm a pragmatic left-libertarian. If that's sort of the stuff you'd like, this post contains a second circle with more of the same.I'm also read by a lot of people who disagree with me, some of whom I've included in this small but active circle. Some I disagree with a little bit, and some vituperatively. don't have anyone in my comments whom I'd consider a troll. Two tips: (a) if I do end up with a troll, don't feed him, and (b) if you think someone's not writing something in good faith, practice bad-faith good-faith. When you post, pretend you're responding to the most reasonable interpretation of the post you just read. If you're up for that, great. Glad to have you. Hi. So, who are you?2012-04-17 15:20:4882204
Louis Gray115,286Shared Circle: Engaging Women On Google+Last night +Daria Musk highlighted the top 50 women on Google+ who bring great content to her stream. As you can imagine, all users of Google+ bring unique value, but what I've found from having a circle dedicated to some of the great women on Google+, even as that circle has grown to hundreds, is incredible diversity and discovery of new interests.That's not to say men are boring... but... I digress. Here is my updated circle of great ladies on Google+. Add as many or as few as you like, and be prepared for some fantastic content and smart people.2012-04-13 17:44:35382272152
Christina Trapolino44,279April 8, 2012 #CircleSunday First of all, happy Easter (or Zombie Jesus Day, depending on your preference), everybody! Yesterday was my birthday, so I drove to Dallas to see some friends and am currently in recovery mode after having a large amount of celebratory champagne (shhh, please pass the Advil). Regardless, I'm happy to share three of my newest Circle Sunday recommendations with you all!---+Bud Gibson is a business professor who specializes in technology and online marketing. His Stream, however, is mostly filled with rather pretty photographs and interesting notes about social platforms. Check out one of his latest photographs here: http://bit.ly/Hq1v3J.+Melissa Bryan is a self-labeled "geeky gamer girl," and as a former gamer myself, I find her Stream to often feel like a kindred's. She's got a great sense of humor and her posts will add a nice dash of comedy to your Stream. Check out her latest, Easter-themed post here: http://bit.ly/Hq3iWt (it makes me giggle).I've been paying more attention to my Photography Circles lately, and +Jacob Dix has been posting some of the more unique photos I've seen in the past couple of weeks. He often posts photos with a #MobileOnly tag, which is not something I was previously familiar with. The effects, however, are really more interesting than I would have thought (obviously, I know nothing about photography!). Here is my favorite recent photo of his: http://bit.ly/IcQPRU.---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-04-08 23:13:209134120
Christina Trapolino43,425March 25 - #CircleSunday I hope y'all had wonderful weekends. I spent mine with the Italian side of my family. We celebrated a very early Easter and ate plenty of Italian food, so I'm pretty worn out. Luckily, I've had most of today to rest. And it being Sunday means that it's time for me to share my picks for you to add to your Circles this week!---+Jason Salas is someone I've been following since my first week on Google+. He's a very sharp guy who posts at the most ridiculous times possible (well, for me -- but I live in Texas and he lives in Guam!) but always has something funny, fascinating, or insightful to say. The content he curates is usually of interest to me, but I think my favorite thing about him is that he's a Bob's Burgers fan. It takes a special kind of humor to like Bob's Burgers, and Mr. Salas shares it with me. Maybe you're into quirky comedy, too? You'll like Jason, then. Check out one of his latest posts here: http://bit.ly/GRgLGF.+Lizzy Miles caught my attention by making clever comments on some interesting discussions and I added her to my Probation Circle (if you don't know what that is, jog your memory here: http://bit.ly/uJNTzm). She's got a very interesting Stream full of well-curated content and a really robust profile, although I especially agree with this part: "Lizzy Miles changes her mind frequently about her career identity, but has always held true to her enthusiasm for written and oral storytelling." For a sample of what Lizzy has to offer, check out one of her latest posts here: http://bit.ly/H2YO75.+Jadey A-S Wilson has been in my Circles for a long time, and her posts have always been a welcome part of my Stream, even though she clearly refuses to fill out her profile (or make it public, I'm not sure which is the issue). ;) Her thoughts and commentary are usually a departure from the norm, which is what makes her a permanent resident in my "Recommended" Circle, which is publicly visible on my profile. Check out her latest post here: http://bit.ly/GRO4Ul.---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino-- make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique.Happy Plussing, everyone!2012-03-26 04:34:24858118
Jimmy James1,980Ok... Here is what I consider to be a valuable circle indeed. My first shared circle, so why not start with the Best ....Ladies . If you know the G+ Men to Women ratio.... you know there are too few ladies out here so far. Add this circle to balance your stream a bit. There are some very interesting people in here. I left it at 400 to start in case I miss any ladies who want to be added. If I missed you and you would like to be in this circle... let me know. ....this circle includes 1 really cool guy.... the guy all these fantastic Ladies have in common2012-03-16 18:31:504001457
Andrea Memenas4,752It stinks that I can't share this entire circle (it's up to 605 and G+ only allows you to share up to 500) with you, but 500 smart chicks is better than none. Happy International Women's Day! Please circle these kick-ass females!2012-03-08 23:09:13500405
Louis Gray104,456International Women's Day: A Circle of Top Women on G+Today is International Women's Day http://www.internationalwomensday.com/.In honor of the day, here's a list of some of the most active G+'ers and tech savvy women I interact with on the network. I called this the "Women in Tech" circle when I first created it a few months back, and visiting this circle is a regular stop for me to see diverse updates and interests. I recommend adding this as its own circle and setting the volume slider to what makes sense for you. Over time, I bet a bunch of these people will be some of your favorites in your circles.2012-03-08 22:22:39229251835
Liz Krane8,299In honor of International Women's Day, I'm sharing my circle of sciencey/techy/geeky women who are also active G+ users. :) Some are scientists, programmers, engineers, science writers, math lovers, lovable geeks and nerds... and all of them will contribute some great posts to your stream.I first shared this circle to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, and it has grown a bit, but I know it's missing a lot of people! So please shout out who else I should add!2012-03-08 17:22:41138171131
Andreas Schou1,715Apparently thanks to my inclusion in +Mike Shaw's shared circle, my follower count seems to have increased precipitously. When that happens, it seems like the thing to do is an introductions thread. Let me start by explaining precisely what you've added: My feed is fairly wide-ranging. While I'm interested in horserace politics, I normally don't have a lot to say about it. You're likely to hear more about policy, which is the majority of what you'll get, plus some science, some economics, some law, some history, and some large block quotes from late 18th-century documents. If that's sort of the stuff you'd like, this post contains a second circle with more of the same.I'm also read by a lot of people who disagree with me, some of whom I've included in this small but active circle. Some I disagree with a little bit, and some vituperatively. However, at present, I don't have anyone in my comments whom I'd consider a troll. Two tips: (a) if I do end up with a troll, don't feed him, and (b) if you think someone's not writing something in good faith, practice bad-faith good-faith. Pretend you're responding to the most reasonable interpretation of the post you just read, then post. If you're up for that, great. Glad to have you. Hi. So, who are you?2012-02-23 16:07:2772704
Jaana Nyström27,889#circlesharing #circlesunday My Google employees CircleHave you noticed that there is another circle sharing possibility: When you look at a certain circle's stream, there is a green button on the right saying Share this circle.That's what I'm testing right now. Works like a charm.I've been collecting this circle for a long time. Googlers from all over the globe.Enjoy! :-)#G+Tip #googleplustip #Jaanatip PING +The Best Circles on Google+ +Shared Circles on G+PS: Here's a Googler circle from +Natalie Villalobos with +58 peeps different from my circle. You might like to add this, too:https://plus.google.com/u/0/109895887909967698705/posts/VrfWQrgcVmUCombining the two circles is a good idea, that's what I did. Now it's a MEGA Googlers circle, have to share that later! :-)2012-02-05 10:04:22335221021
Chris Hoyt1,112Circle Back to GoogleLooking for people who work at Google? Here's a great circle that's a strong addition to any search you've already performed on Google Plus and that I'd include with any other search for Googlers that you've already conducted.What's interesting to me (and that I'm getting around to pointing out) is that whether you're just looking to expand your network as a member of Google+ or actively #recruiting and #sourcing online, I believe that you'll find infinite value from the proper care and feeding of Google Plus circles. In fact, if done correctly (and maintained) it's a fantastic way to filter your Google Plus stream and check the pulse of any company, organization or interest group.In the event you missed it, I did an article back in August that mentioned my interest in Circles and how I'd be exploring the management of them. (http://www.recruiterguy.net/recruiting-management-circles) So far, I've not been disappointed in the ability to really hone in on an area of interest by filtering my streams based on these circles and simply watching the conversation flow. Of course, being able to quickly see all of the updates from a particular company or interest group is just the start. The more proficient we get with our filtering, the easier it is to get the latest from fun entrepreneurs, CEO's, diversity interest groups, active and passive jobseekers and more - these are just a few of my own circles, mind you. You have the ability to filter by profession, seniority, geography, language, etc.The possibilities are endless!I'd love to hear how you, or others, are using circles to manage the information stream you've found in G+ so far.2012-01-04 20:07:36348211
Christina Trapolino32,823And now...the first #CircleSunday of 2012I'm thrilled that my first post of 2012 is a shared Circle filled with wonderfully talented and interesting people -- it seems in line with one of my resolutions for this year, which is to promote the good work of others in any way I can. Other resolutions and reflections will come later, but for now...I'm really happy to present the following three people for your Circling consideration.---+Mitch Wagner always has an interesting article to share, but it's his personal opinions and musings that I really watch out for and pay attention to. He's been a really fun and often thought provoking addition to my Circles and I'm sure he will be for you, also. Read his post about how he read before the Internet here: http://bit.ly/vu4G8w.+Richard Stephenson is someone I've followed for many weeks on Google+. He always has something interesting to post, and there is a wide variety of topics and forms of media in his Stream. You'll find everything from personal stories to shares about cars that recognize the shape of your backside (yeah, I was a little weirded out by that, too). Check out his share of Woody Guthrie's New Years Resolutions here: http://bit.ly/uwxGIm+Kristen Marhaver is a postdoctoral researcher and a coral biologist. I have had her in my Circles for a long time, and I'm always eager to see what she has to share. Unfortunately, she doesn't share as often as others...but her work is so interesting that I'm hoping this gentle nudge will persuade her to share more of her stunning photography and fascinating tidbits with us on Google+. Check out her latest post here: http://bit.ly/vCnSaX---That's it for this week! Please feel free to recommend yourself or others for a #CircleSunday feature by using the "Send an email" button on my profile or sending a tweet to @cmtrapolino(make sure you include a link to the profile you're recommending, as some names are not unique).Happy New Year, Plussers! <32012-01-02 03:17:46668213
Peter Volke262Circle of DevelopersOriginally shared by +Jason CalacanisPlease re-share if you like this circle.2011-12-18 20:57:02298031
Vincent Stoessel93Jason Calacanis' Dev Circle!If you want more insightful, geeky, funny posts. This is a great circle to add. They helped make g+ a lot more interesting for me when I added them a few months back2011-12-10 19:41:19298172
Louis Gray71,017It's been a little while since I shared with you my Googlers circle. This circle includes a massive number of people working on the Google+ project, company execs, and a lot of sharp people working on many of the services you use every day, including +Blogger +Android +YouTube, etc. Now that we can share 500 at a time, have at it. But this circle isn't for everyone, so if you do add them, expect geekiness ahead.2011-11-22 19:13:55500623669
Raghd Hamzeh5,495#google #PublicCirclesI think it's about time I shared this circle of Googlers.. Over 680 people in it! (only 500 can be shared at the same time)Some of them are obvious, some of them you've met, some of them post on blogs, and some you have to hunt down!You will find an interesting insight on the people who power this juggernaut :)2011-11-20 21:15:53500101
Christina Trapolino25,955#CircleSunday is here!I think this is the first Sunday I've been at home to post a Circle Sunday in over a month, and nothing is slowing down. Soon, I'll be moving to #Austin, TX, where I'll be starting a new job and a new chapter in life. There are only 24 hours in a day, but lately I find myself wishing there were more hours, or that sleep was less necessary. It isn't, by the way. Sleep as much as you can.Still, #CircleSunday is an excuse for me to drown out the noise all around me, to slow down and really appreciate the things that go on in my Streams. This week, I want to introduce you to three people who have been particularly interesting for me. I hope they will inspire you, too.---How do you feel about fine art? If you're like me, you wish you knew more about it and that you had time to be exposed to more of it. If that sounds right, you'll really like +Portrait Artist Enzie Shahmiri. She shares fine art from all over, and she even labels her posts so that you know who the artist is and how it was painted. She's also an artist herself, of course, and her own art is often very impressive, although I suspect it would be more impressive in person. Enzie really makes my Stream feel a little more classy, by the way. See if she doesn't add a bit of the finer side to yours! Check out her latest share here: http://bit.ly/vUi5Kk+Timothy Lake describes himself as a "common sense existentialist with authority issues," which is enough to entice on its own, but his posts really follow through. He often shares things that I wouldn't have likely seen otherwise, like this awesome #TEDTalk on how to spot liars (http://bit.ly/t6qgzi), but his own content is always very interesting, too. Timothy likes to examine the world around him and when he writes, it's obvious that his feelings are sincere and his observations are completely authentic, which makes the text engaging. He also has a really quirky sense of humor. See for yourself!+Mikael sh is Swedish, devilishly handsome, and has a reasonable following already (over 7,000!) -- but his posts are just so interesting that I think anyone who hasn't stumbled across him yet should have a look. The post I'm linking is tagged as #SentimentalSunday (http://bit.ly/tsmSrk), but Mikael openly admits that his share isn't even personally sentimental to him. I like that he participates honestly. He's a mixed bag -- you'll find posts about everything from science to martial arts in his Stream, so he's tough to categorize. But like others who fit that bill, I think it's a plus!---That's it for this week! Please feel free to suggest folks for a #CircleSunday feature. Please note, however, that the "Send a message" link in my profile is not the best way to go about doing so. I know at least three people sent me recommendations that way this past week and I just couldn't find the posts again after seeing them once, so please use the "Send an email" link or tweet at me if that strikes your fancy (@cmtrapolino). That way I won't have to dig for the recommendation later!H2011-11-14 00:08:064929620
Meri Walker1,052Feeling like telling our G+ hosts what you love best about all that they keep laying on the table here? Or telling them what you'd like to see work differently?This circle is full of people at Google who care about our experience here. I'd like be able to share this circle inside my Biz Page at http://gplus.to/beingsocial. But I can't see that I can export the circle so I can share it there.Anyone got that figured out yet? G+ team? Who's listening?2011-11-11 19:49:0569300
Rick McKnight0A Circle of Web Developers focusing mainly on technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Perl, Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, ASP, .NET, etc.2011-11-03 23:13:24417402
Rafael Minuesa0A Circle of Web Developers focusing mainly on technologies such as HTML, JavaScript, CSS, Perl, Python, Ruby, PHP, Java, ASP, .NET, etc.If you want to be included here please send a link to your latest work. Thanks.Rafael Minuesa shared a circle with you.2011-10-25 04:13:50418313
Christina Trapolino22,130October 23: #CircleSundayEvery Sunday, I like to share three new Plussers with you all who make my Streams more fun to read. This is my favorite thing to do on Google+ because it's an exercise in discovery. I have a lot of people in my "potential Circle Sunday" Stream, and it's always difficult to choose just three per week. This week was no exception, but I managed to narrow it down.Enjoy!---+Terrence Lui is one of the most interesting people I've added to my Circles recently. He writes about a whole variety of topics, from marathon running to tech business analysis. His posts are always carefully thought out and his level of interaction on them is impressive. His latest post is titled "Strange Running Injuries" -- and it made me cringe while laughing. A good combination, I think! Check it out here: http://bit.ly/p0Wm0S+Anthony Fox writes a serial fantasy/comedy on Google+ called Quest for the Hobo King. It's pretty funny, and a really neat idea. I like that with every installment comes a cute book cover -- complete with Google+ reviews! Anthony also regularly shares Circles of different MBTI personality types. I haven't tried adding the Circles yet, myself, but I wonder if you'd notice different types of posts in each one. I look forward to Anthony's analysis when he's completed all 16 Circles. For the latest installment of Quest for the Hobo King, click here: http://bit.ly/pMzPZM+Craig Newman has been in my Circles almost since the very beginning of my time on Google+. A writer for the Chicago Sun-Times as well as a journalism professor, Craig was part of that first wave of journalists who came to Google+ while invitations were still necessary, and he always has an interesting article or story to share. He's also very engaged with the community on Google+. I've run into Craig's comments on lots of different posts, and they're always well structured and insightful. If you're looking for a great conversation, posts he's commenting on are a great place to start. For those of you who have been with me since the first few Circle Sundays, you'll know that sometimes I share people whose content I wish was shared more on Google+ itself. Craig has been here a long time, but I want to see more of his thoughts and I think the boost in engagement will help with that.---That's it for this Sunday! As always, please feel free to send me your recommendations for #CircleSunday via the "Send an email" link on my profile. I love hearing from y'all.Happy Plussing!Christina Trapolino shared a circle with you.2011-10-24 00:33:234020733
Marius Voila183+Chris Porter Yes, you're right sorry about that...I'm correcting that right nowMarius Voilă shared a circle with you.2011-10-20 12:13:24500630
Kol Tregaskes14,987Google+ Team Shared CircleAgain, I've shared this before but again I had missed a few. So this is an updated circle of all the people working on Google+. Let me know if I've still missed anyone?#tech #technology #googleplus #googleplusteamKol Tregaskes shared a circle with you.2011-10-19 20:24:0463623
David Williams51GooglersDavid Williams shared a circle with you.2011-10-16 19:56:53344104
Chris Morgan0Developer CircleChris Morgan shared a circle with you.2011-10-15 17:57:05382000
Robert Scoble161,698A circle of geeks (part I). Here's almost 1,000 active geeks. Programmers, developers, and highly technical people. Here's A-K.Robert Scoble shared a circle with you.2011-10-12 03:14:05493797563
Jason Calacanis88,106This is my circle of 310 developers. By creating this circle and sharing it I understand that each member has gotten 100-500 more followers--in a day! awesome. I read this circle in order to find interesting things.... because developers have their fingers in the gunk and muck and good stuff.Jason Calacanis shared a circle with you.2011-10-11 01:05:30310471730

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2014-08-05 17:32:40 (46 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s) 

Dear LazyPlus,

I would like to be less lazy. In particular, I'd like some exercise. I am, however, quite busy. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Captain Twitchy

Most reshares: 12

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2014-06-28 14:44:27 (24 comments, 12 reshares, 31 +1s) 

An excellent demonstration that capitalism is an optimisation strategy, not an ethical system. Setting the rules of the game, the box within which the economic system functions, is separate from how you choose whether to have a planned economy, capitalism, potlatch, or anarcho-syndicalism.

NB An excellent point that +Erika Rice Scherpelz pulled out: demand for social services is directly driven by how much workers have (or don't). Less pay-> more demand. More pay-> less demand. We have quite a bit of data supporting this, in fact.

Most plusones: 89

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2014-07-04 03:18:59 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 89 +1s) 

Basically, everything they do is hardcore. And often NSFW.

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2014-09-19 05:17:00 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s) 

That's just unfair (but tasty)!

That's just unfair (but tasty)!___

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2014-09-19 05:16:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s) 

That's just unfair (but tasty)!

That's just unfair (but tasty)!___

2014-09-18 20:07:00 (15 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s) 

An actual work conversation involved both the word "gynocracy" and the singing of a song from Hair. My job is awesome.

An actual work conversation involved both the word "gynocracy" and the singing of a song from Hair. My job is awesome.___

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2014-09-17 13:59:47 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s) 

This piqued my interest. I would not have expected this lawsuit (nor the response) several years ago.

I am not commenting on behalf of my employer, as always, nor will I comment in detail.

This piqued my interest. I would not have expected this lawsuit (nor the response) several years ago.

I am not commenting on behalf of my employer, as always, nor will I comment in detail.___

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2014-09-15 14:40:49 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s) 

In the tech field, products are often designed to fit ourselves. We see needs where we cast our eyes, which is most often near home. Lost opportunities are all around. Choose wisely.

___In the tech field, products are often designed to fit ourselves. We see needs where we cast our eyes, which is most often near home. Lost opportunities are all around. Choose wisely.

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2014-09-15 14:19:29 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s) 

Farewell, poor shoes! I've nearly worn off the walking bits of the sole, the lining is in shreds, and I've had them so long they redesigned the buckles. Despite the price, they were a great deal, not even counting how my last pair saved me a broken foot from a tree.

Farewell, poor shoes! I've nearly worn off the walking bits of the sole, the lining is in shreds, and I've had them so long they redesigned the buckles. Despite the price, they were a great deal, not even counting how my last pair saved me a broken foot from a tree.___

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2014-09-12 05:09:00 (11 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s) 

Rob Ford is running for mayor of Toronto. Rob Ford is in second place. Rob Ford has, in the dry recitation of Wikipedia, "been the subject of a number of personal and work-related controversies and legal proceedings, including a conflict of interest trial that nearly resulted in his being removed from office. In 2013, he became embroiled in a substance abuse scandal, which was widely reported in the national and international media. Ford initially denied the allegations, but after a 2013 Toronto Police Service gang investigation led to police discovering videos of Ford, he admitted to all of the incidents, including public drunkenness, drinking and driving, and illegal drug use. Ford admitted to smoking crack cocaine 'probably in one of my drunken stupors'".

I'm not sure what he offers as mayor, but I'm starting to suspect it may involve sharing his stash ratherwidely... more »

Rob Ford is running for mayor of Toronto. Rob Ford is in second place. Rob Ford has, in the dry recitation of Wikipedia, "been the subject of a number of personal and work-related controversies and legal proceedings, including a conflict of interest trial that nearly resulted in his being removed from office. In 2013, he became embroiled in a substance abuse scandal, which was widely reported in the national and international media. Ford initially denied the allegations, but after a 2013 Toronto Police Service gang investigation led to police discovering videos of Ford, he admitted to all of the incidents, including public drunkenness, drinking and driving, and illegal drug use. Ford admitted to smoking crack cocaine 'probably in one of my drunken stupors'".

I'm not sure what he offers as mayor, but I'm starting to suspect it may involve sharing his stash rather widely.___

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2014-09-11 03:20:55 (12 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s) 

I salute Olive Garden's inadvertent bid to run soup kitchens. $1/meal (or less) for unlimited quantity (if not quality) is quite reasonable.

(Sadly, sold out now.)

I salute Olive Garden's inadvertent bid to run soup kitchens. $1/meal (or less) for unlimited quantity (if not quality) is quite reasonable.

(Sadly, sold out now.)___

2014-09-09 14:38:14 (36 comments, 6 reshares, 25 +1s) 

If Alice wants to send email to Bob without anyone else, not an eavesdropper like the NSA, not an email provider like Google, no one else seeing that email, she needs to use end-to-end crypto. She'll use a particular key that Bob has to encrypt her email, so that no one else can decrypt it. This is way, way harder than it sounds.

First off, how does Alice actually get Bob's key? She could just hand it to him for later use, WWII-crypto-style, but actually going places is so passe (not to mention wildly inconvenient) and doesn't scale.

The way the internet as a whole solves this is to trust a bunch of companies called Certificate Authorities to sign certificates saying things like cryptographic key GARBAGEMUMBLE belongs to www.bob.com. This is how browsers know to show the little lock icon when you're using SSL -- they check the key against the domain... more »

If Alice wants to send email to Bob without anyone else, not an eavesdropper like the NSA, not an email provider like Google, no one else seeing that email, she needs to use end-to-end crypto. She'll use a particular key that Bob has to encrypt her email, so that no one else can decrypt it. This is way, way harder than it sounds.

First off, how does Alice actually get Bob's key? She could just hand it to him for later use, WWII-crypto-style, but actually going places is so passe (not to mention wildly inconvenient) and doesn't scale.

The way the internet as a whole solves this is to trust a bunch of companies called Certificate Authorities to sign certificates saying things like cryptographic key GARBAGEMUMBLE belongs to www.bob.com. This is how browsers know to show the little lock icon when you're using SSL -- they check the key against the domain name in the URL. This works exactly as well as you'd expect for a global system that underlies a huge amount of commerce: quite well most of the time, but every so often a security hole or someone making a terrible mistake (often at the behest of a government like Iran) lets someone subvert the system.[1]

Some people avoid this by signing each others' keys in a complicated dance called a web of trust. It's also vulnerable to subversion, but mostly it's complicated, which makes it extremely hard to secure in practice[2]. Seriously, read the directions[3]. It's the best alternative we (currently) have, though. (Gmail even supports it, which makes it a lot easier to use.[4])

There's another problem. What if Alice is a spammer? Mike Hern wrote a fascinating history of the Spam Wars and speculates how it would be different in a world of end-to-end crypto.

Personal stance: I find end-to-end crypto to be really interesting but extremely difficult to make work in the real world. My PhD thesis is even on a corner of this problem. Hard problems are the best problems. ;)

[1] One example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiNotar
[2] http://utcc.utoronto.ca/~cks/space/blog/tech/WebOfTrustFailure
[3] http://cryptnet.net/fdp/crypto/keysigning_party/en/keysigning_party.html
[4] http://googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.com/2014/06/making-end-to-end-encryption-easier-to.html___

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2014-09-04 22:33:53 (8 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s) 

It's that time of year again! What costume do you have in mind? Last year I dressed up as Totoro[1] but I haven't even vaguely planned something for this year.

[1] https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=totoro+kigurumi&tbm=shop

Neat! Found via http://www.rejectedprincesses.com/___It's that time of year again! What costume do you have in mind? Last year I dressed up as Totoro[1] but I haven't even vaguely planned something for this year.

[1] https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=totoro+kigurumi&tbm=shop

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2014-09-04 20:30:58 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 22 +1s) 

Security added and removed here.

Hat tip to +Garry Boyer and his excellent Daiso-scouring skills.

Security added and removed here.

Hat tip to +Garry Boyer and his excellent Daiso-scouring skills.___

2014-09-04 00:17:15 (6 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s) 

Scott Crosby and +Dan Wallach wrote a hilarious, beautiful paper about making your service fall down by sending it queries that make algorithms which usually run quickly run... not so much.

For example, say you have a hash table made up of 100 buckets. You have some data. You use a hash function to choose which bucket to drop your data in. If you choose your hash function poorly, an attacker can make your server drop data in the same bucket over and over and over and over and BOOM.

Scott Crosby and +Dan Wallach wrote a hilarious, beautiful paper about making your service fall down by sending it queries that make algorithms which usually run quickly run... not so much.

For example, say you have a hash table made up of 100 buckets. You have some data. You use a hash function to choose which bucket to drop your data in. If you choose your hash function poorly, an attacker can make your server drop data in the same bucket over and over and over and over and BOOM.___

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2014-08-25 12:53:14 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s) 

It’s a fine operation and an excellent experience... to have your arm bound to your head for multiple weeks in service of 16th century rhinoplasty. Surprisingly sophisticated, both in surgical technique and PR savvy.

Renaissance Rhinoplasty: The 16th-Century Nose Job. It was "a particularly bad time for noses." http://wp.me/p14Gvd-Ye___It’s a fine operation and an excellent experience... to have your arm bound to your head for multiple weeks in service of 16th century rhinoplasty. Surprisingly sophisticated, both in surgical technique and PR savvy.

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2014-08-24 11:41:08 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 13 +1s) 

Truly powerful photography of women working, protesting, fighting, playing.

Hat tip to +Yonatan Zunger

___Truly powerful photography of women working, protesting, fighting, playing.

Hat tip to +Yonatan Zunger

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2014-08-24 03:20:18 (5 comments, 2 reshares, 7 +1s) 

Brussels chief of Protocol is arrested for tearing full-face veil off a Qatari princess.

You know it's a deep cultural rift if your diplomats engage violently.

Brussels chief of Protocol is arrested for tearing full-face veil off a Qatari princess.

You know it's a deep cultural rift if your diplomats engage violently.___

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2014-08-22 13:14:56 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s) 

Break me once, shame on you. Break me twice, get a stronger bike. Break me three times, start believing in mysterious forces.

Easily my favorite Tour de France story, and this predates EPO, etc.

"After coming second in the 1912 Tour, he had gone into the 1913 event the outstanding favourite. When, halfway up the 4,100ft Tourmalet, the reigning champion and race leader, Belgium's Odile Defraye, abandoned the race in exhaustion, Christophe, who had broken away with another Belgian, Philippe Thys, was well positioned to seize an unassailable lead.

Then a careless driver clipped him with a race vehicle, throwing Christophe across the road. He was unhurt, but his front fork had been snapped in two. As Christophe stood over his ruined machine, Thys sped away alone towards the stage win and overall victory.

Another man would have given up there and then. Not Christophe. He wept, but as he did so he picked up the pieces and set off on foot. Eight-and-a-half miles away, at Sainte-Marie-de-Campan, he found a forge. The race rules forbade outside assistance, but Christophe was a skilled mechanic and forged a new fork from 22mm steel. As Christophe gripped the frame in one hand and a hammer in the other, he allowed a seven-year-old boy to work the bellows that supplied air to the fire. For this assistance, the race marshal who policed the operation imposed a 10-minute time penalty. Then Christophe filled his pockets with bread and set off over two more mountains for the stage finish. He arrived three hours and 50 minutes after Thys. Remarkably little, all things considered, but the Tour had gone."___Break me once, shame on you. Break me twice, get a stronger bike. Break me three times, start believing in mysterious forces.

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2014-08-21 14:56:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s) 

What I did on my staycation: beat the (rainbow) God of Android at Gin Rummy.

Easter egg from this excellent game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.iset.ginrummy

What I did on my staycation: beat the (rainbow) God of Android at Gin Rummy.

Easter egg from this excellent game: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.iset.ginrummy___

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2014-08-19 21:20:50 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s) 

This is the best statue of soldiery I've ever seen. Has anyone seen a really good, high-resolution picture of this? I think +Abe Rahey needs this on his wall.

This is golden. War is a simplification of good and evil, and so are comics!___This is the best statue of soldiery I've ever seen. Has anyone seen a really good, high-resolution picture of this? I think +Abe Rahey needs this on his wall.

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2014-08-11 04:40:24 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s) 

In the grand tradition of online headlines, this one is wrong. That said, using your cat to wardrive is also excellent (if also threatening to your local songbird population).

Hat tip to +Dave Besbris 

How to use your cat to hack your neighbor's Wi-Fi http://wrd.cm/1ooUOmB___In the grand tradition of online headlines, this one is wrong. That said, using your cat to wardrive is also excellent (if also threatening to your local songbird population).

Hat tip to +Dave Besbris 

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2014-08-09 00:09:14 (0 comments, 4 reshares, 15 +1s) 

Happy DefCon and to all a good night^W^Wparanoid sweat-wracked nightmare.

Breaking followup: experts warn to avoid USB at all costs after Black Hat conference. (Creepy commercial preroll, but worth it)___Happy DefCon and to all a good night^W^Wparanoid sweat-wracked nightmare.

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2014-08-08 13:53:32 (25 comments, 0 reshares, 17 +1s) 

By far the best vending machine I've heard of: insert change, receive bike tube! There are a few routes around here where someone could make a killing with one of those. Sadly, I've never seen one or even heard of one on the US.

Picture from +Piaw Na.

By far the best vending machine I've heard of: insert change, receive bike tube! There are a few routes around here where someone could make a killing with one of those. Sadly, I've never seen one or even heard of one on the US.

Picture from +Piaw Na.___

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2014-08-05 21:10:15 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s) 

In my constant trawling around for random interesting books, I ran across Super Powereds. Drew Hayes has built a fascinating world with largely well-rounded characters and an interesting storyline. Drawback: even after professional editing, some missing words or seriously strained metaphors were enough to snap me out of my reverie. It didn't stop me from plowing through the first two in a few days. Under $8 on Kindle. Definitely worthwhile.

Hat tip to +Piaw Na 

In my constant trawling around for random interesting books, I ran across Super Powereds. Drew Hayes has built a fascinating world with largely well-rounded characters and an interesting storyline. Drawback: even after professional editing, some missing words or seriously strained metaphors were enough to snap me out of my reverie. It didn't stop me from plowing through the first two in a few days. Under $8 on Kindle. Definitely worthwhile.

Hat tip to +Piaw Na ___

2014-08-05 17:32:40 (46 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s) 

Dear LazyPlus,

I would like to be less lazy. In particular, I'd like some exercise. I am, however, quite busy. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Captain Twitchy

Dear LazyPlus,

I would like to be less lazy. In particular, I'd like some exercise. I am, however, quite busy. Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Captain Twitchy___

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2014-07-31 03:19:10 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s) 

+Brent Galster chimed in with an insightful comment:

"" Interesting. I have paranoid schizophrenia and my meds were reduced about seven years ago on a medically managed reduction. I am functional for most tasks of daily living except that my living space is not as tidy as it was before disease onset or during my period of active fulltime employment.

A lot of people with schizophrenia or bipolar illness chug colas or coffee to increase the dopamine, sometimes to shocking levels. This can lead to mineral depletion, shakes, jitters and increase the irritability and erratic factors.

Often, individuals were released from hospital on large hospital dosages which in many cases are much more than the maintenance dosages needed. Yet when the patient complains about the side effects, very often the psychiatrist is reluctant to tamper with what looks like a success on paper...ie. the... more »

A consortium of researchers has shone a powerful light on schizophrenia http://econ.st/1nMtEW7___+Brent Galster chimed in with an insightful comment:

"" Interesting. I have paranoid schizophrenia and my meds were reduced about seven years ago on a medically managed reduction. I am functional for most tasks of daily living except that my living space is not as tidy as it was before disease onset or during my period of active fulltime employment.

A lot of people with schizophrenia or bipolar illness chug colas or coffee to increase the dopamine, sometimes to shocking levels. This can lead to mineral depletion, shakes, jitters and increase the irritability and erratic factors.

Often, individuals were released from hospital on large hospital dosages which in many cases are much more than the maintenance dosages needed. Yet when the patient complains about the side effects, very often the psychiatrist is reluctant to tamper with what looks like a success on paper...ie. the patient did not require further hospitalisation or if they did, was only for a limited period.

Some people will continue to experience hallucogenic symptoms but have just learned to live with them or override them but it is not easy. Not in every case are patients seeing things that are not there, but the way they connect and interpret stimuli might be radically different. At times, some heightened lateral logic does confer some advantages. The world is full of legal rules, and public and private mores which may differ. In order for someone with schizophrenia to navigate this on a daily basis, they have to be pretty sure of what is absolutely impossible and distinguish that from the vastly improbable and in that sense, religion may at times be more of a hindrance than a help. Believing that human beings can come back from the dead and other matters of doctrines of some faiths may interfere with normal reasoning ability.

Some people may have genuine paranoia and others may live in unsafe neighbourhoods or ones with a high degree of physical risk. There is such a thing as being dead wrong but there is also a thing called being dead right...in the end, the "end result" is the same.

I live with more daily uncertainty than some people but am able to pay my bills and more or less live within my means and eat heathily, but maybe not to unrealistic dietician expectations. However, with the comfort and age comes less nimbleness, but a lot of my anxiety in the past was due to simply struggling to keep a roof over my head and food on the table although at times I did considerably better than that and could afford to indulge in non-digital photography and other hobbies and pursuits.

The social and educational systems are not set up in such a way that someone with schizophrenia is likely to prosper. Some can buck the trend and maintain fulltime employment or graduate from university or college...the important thing to remember is while statistics are important, how they are gathered and from whom is also important as well as when.ie- what phase of their lives. Or should I say, our lives.
""

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2014-07-30 14:01:16 (2 comments, 6 reshares, 22 +1s) 

These cocoa farmers from the Ivory Coast had not only never tasted chocolate, but had no idea what sort of food was made from these seeds. A fascinating video, even if you don't eat chocolate.

These cocoa farmers from the Ivory Coast had not only never tasted chocolate, but had no idea what sort of food was made from these seeds. A fascinating video, even if you don't eat chocolate.___

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2014-07-29 13:56:15 (25 comments, 1 reshares, 7 +1s) 

When I need to tear into a deep problem, I reach into that quiet place deep inside. It feels like falling into a pool. The problem is all around me, immediate parts against my head, related pieces spread further out. Using this mode is incredibly productive for me, but it takes real energy, practice, and willpower.

I'm not going to suggest that fewer people have learned this than in previous eras. Distraction is certainly readily available now, but the pressures of work and life have always been hard. I do suspect that this is part of what PhD programs are sorting for: the ability to really sit with a problem, hold the whole thing, and turn ones full concentration on it.

If you have this skill, what does it feel like for you?

When I need to tear into a deep problem, I reach into that quiet place deep inside. It feels like falling into a pool. The problem is all around me, immediate parts against my head, related pieces spread further out. Using this mode is incredibly productive for me, but it takes real energy, practice, and willpower.

I'm not going to suggest that fewer people have learned this than in previous eras. Distraction is certainly readily available now, but the pressures of work and life have always been hard. I do suspect that this is part of what PhD programs are sorting for: the ability to really sit with a problem, hold the whole thing, and turn ones full concentration on it.

If you have this skill, what does it feel like for you?___

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2014-07-28 21:37:02 (21 comments, 3 reshares, 58 +1s) 

Things that go together: the Foil song and this elaborate theory about Malaysian airlines.
http://humansarefree.com/2014/07/busted-mh-17-was-in-fact-lost-flight-mh.html

Things that go together: the Foil song and this elaborate theory about Malaysian airlines.
http://humansarefree.com/2014/07/busted-mh-17-was-in-fact-lost-flight-mh.html___

2014-07-26 22:46:45 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s) 

I'm thinking of hosting a board or card game tournament at work, but don't know what game to pick. I thought perhaps 1:1 Dominion with a fixed-per-round card composition might work well. Any thoughts or suggestions?

I'm thinking of hosting a board or card game tournament at work, but don't know what game to pick. I thought perhaps 1:1 Dominion with a fixed-per-round card composition might work well. Any thoughts or suggestions?___

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2014-07-19 13:46:31 (10 comments, 0 reshares, 21 +1s) 

For some, death comes quickly. For some, death comes gently. For some, they can say "no more" and speed the end. For some, death comes with uncontrollable agony and helplessness.

I desperately hope never to see that again. I desperately hope never to experience that. I hope that I will have a backup plan if I need it.

Most people in the Western world favour assisted suicide. The law should reflect their will http://econ.st/1pjCuJ0___For some, death comes quickly. For some, death comes gently. For some, they can say "no more" and speed the end. For some, death comes with uncontrollable agony and helplessness.

I desperately hope never to see that again. I desperately hope never to experience that. I hope that I will have a backup plan if I need it.

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2014-07-17 13:02:14 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 22 +1s) 

Safe for work. Awesome for life.

These doodle pads are not going where you expect.___Safe for work. Awesome for life.

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2014-07-16 14:12:39 (10 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s) 

Why is Santa flying a US flag?

I have no answer. Gyo Fujikawa died long ago. Perhaps random displays of patriotism were popular during the cold war, or in Americans of Japanese descent who survived the US response to WWII.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyo_Fujikawa

Why is Santa flying a US flag?

I have no answer. Gyo Fujikawa died long ago. Perhaps random displays of patriotism were popular during the cold war, or in Americans of Japanese descent who survived the US response to WWII.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyo_Fujikawa___

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2014-07-11 13:37:44 (25 comments, 2 reshares, 22 +1s) 

Listening is how you learn. Having a quick "here's why you should take me seriously" spiel is sometimes needed to help a group move beyond the dominance game and get something done. (If you treat me as non-technical, you can hear mine ;-) )

Regardless of gender, I've been trying to make a habit of shutting my mouth and listening...___Listening is how you learn. Having a quick "here's why you should take me seriously" spiel is sometimes needed to help a group move beyond the dominance game and get something done. (If you treat me as non-technical, you can hear mine ;-) )

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2014-07-11 13:25:13 (8 comments, 1 reshares, 42 +1s) 

Took a little swim (in my launch hat).

___Took a little swim (in my launch hat).

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2014-07-09 18:53:05 (5 comments, 5 reshares, 21 +1s) 

A rather nice explanation of this vulnerability. My kingdom for better typing! This reminds me of the (major) reason why complex objects like photos and videos are generally served off of cookie-free domains: parsing complex objects is hard and often full of security-related sadness. A while back, Internet Explorer would blatantly ignore the MIME type of a returned object and try to be smarter. It wasn't smarter. If you stuffed a script into an image in a certain way, it would render just fine as an image and IE would helpfully execute the script for you so it could do helpful things like stealing your cookies so attackers could impersonate you. Helpful.

Plug for you security-types out there: security is very important to us and you have a huge opportunity here to do good and protect people:
https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=33137&

Oh, this is a beautiful attack.  Because web security is based around permission instead of authority [1], web pages are (with few exceptions) only allowed to ask for content from the same domain that the web page was served from.  

Sometimes, though, you'd like to get some data from someone else's website (say, search results from Google) and do something with it.  Nowadays, the answer is CORS [2], but for years, the only way was JSONP.  You'd put a script tag in your web page like
 <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/web?v=1.0&q=kittens&callback=myJsonpFunction">
and Google would reply with
 myJsonpFunction({ ... })
where I've left out the search results.  Note that by design, the provider of the data echoes back whatever method you put at the end of the URL.

This itself causes a problem: if you echo back anything, an attacker can simply supply a flash executable as the function name.  Had Google allowed such a thing, it would have appeared to the flash interpreter that Google had served up that file from its own site and the flash interpreter would allow it to use any of Google's cookies in the web browser.  If I got you to visit my webpage, I could hijack your account.  Google tried to prevent that by forcing the callback to be made of just letters, digits, and the underscore character.

These guys managed to figure out how to encode a Flash file using only letters, digits, and underscore, so the result is a valid identifier in javascript!  Google now replies to JSONP requests with
 /* callback */myJsonpFunction({ ... })
which breaks the attack---at least until someone makes a popular executable format that accepts C-style comments at the start.

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Object-capability_model
[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-origin_resource_sharing___A rather nice explanation of this vulnerability. My kingdom for better typing! This reminds me of the (major) reason why complex objects like photos and videos are generally served off of cookie-free domains: parsing complex objects is hard and often full of security-related sadness. A while back, Internet Explorer would blatantly ignore the MIME type of a returned object and try to be smarter. It wasn't smarter. If you stuffed a script into an image in a certain way, it would render just fine as an image and IE would helpfully execute the script for you so it could do helpful things like stealing your cookies so attackers could impersonate you. Helpful.

Plug for you security-types out there: security is very important to us and you have a huge opportunity here to do good and protect people:
https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=33137&

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2014-07-08 14:07:56 (19 comments, 1 reshares, 25 +1s) 

I'm awfully tempted to set up a little free library in the front yard. It's an adorable idea, especially in an area with pedestrian and cycle traffic.

Minor problem: I live just blocks from multiple libraries, so I doubt people would care about mine.

I'm awfully tempted to set up a little free library in the front yard. It's an adorable idea, especially in an area with pedestrian and cycle traffic.

Minor problem: I live just blocks from multiple libraries, so I doubt people would care about mine.___

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2014-07-04 03:18:59 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 89 +1s) 

Basically, everything they do is hardcore. And often NSFW.

Basically, everything they do is hardcore. And often NSFW.___

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2014-06-30 22:31:31 (5 comments, 10 reshares, 62 +1s) 

Shame on you, red d20!

Dice-shaming

#geekhumor   #rpg   #rpggames  

http://schneiltzle.tumblr.com/post/89994517740/dice-shaming___Shame on you, red d20!

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2014-06-28 19:10:05 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 20 +1s) 

My people on Google+ have to include +Andreas Schou and +Kee Hinckley, who post thought-provoking essays and links at an astonishing pace.

BTW, (most of) my team is near the left rear. We're quite private, evidently. ;-)

This is a picture of some of the people who built Google+, but they are not the ones who make it. Those of you reading this do. And I want to thank you all for spending time with us and making this place your own. We've got a lot of exciting things planned for the future and it's been a blast hanging out with you for the last three years.  

Whether you’re into star gazing, boy bands, or football: you’ve all made Google+ an amazing place to explore the things you love, with the people who love them too. To celebrate our community, create a post and tell us: who are your people on Plus?

Here are mine:

+Michael B. Stuart, +Robin Griggs Wood, and +Wesly Smith. These are some of my many people on Plus.

Three years ago today we started the Google+ project. Back then I took the occasional smartphone photo, but that was about it. It was folks like Michael, Robin and Wesly who inspired me to be creative with my pictures. And because of their encouraging +1s, tips, and inspirational #bokehlicious  pictures, photography has gone from just a casual interest to my new favorite pastime. I've even been introduced as "that guy who takes pretty pictures of flowers!" 

#plus3 #findyourpeople___My people on Google+ have to include +Andreas Schou and +Kee Hinckley, who post thought-provoking essays and links at an astonishing pace.

BTW, (most of) my team is near the left rear. We're quite private, evidently. ;-)

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2014-06-28 14:44:27 (24 comments, 12 reshares, 31 +1s) 

An excellent demonstration that capitalism is an optimisation strategy, not an ethical system. Setting the rules of the game, the box within which the economic system functions, is separate from how you choose whether to have a planned economy, capitalism, potlatch, or anarcho-syndicalism.

NB An excellent point that +Erika Rice Scherpelz pulled out: demand for social services is directly driven by how much workers have (or don't). Less pay-> more demand. More pay-> less demand. We have quite a bit of data supporting this, in fact.

An excellent demonstration that capitalism is an optimisation strategy, not an ethical system. Setting the rules of the game, the box within which the economic system functions, is separate from how you choose whether to have a planned economy, capitalism, potlatch, or anarcho-syndicalism.

NB An excellent point that +Erika Rice Scherpelz pulled out: demand for social services is directly driven by how much workers have (or don't). Less pay-> more demand. More pay-> less demand. We have quite a bit of data supporting this, in fact.___

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2014-06-26 18:14:40 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s) 

HO Sports is a mind-boggling name for a company that has nothing at all to do with lye (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydroxide). Or anything else that you might be thinking.

HO Sports is a mind-boggling name for a company that has nothing at all to do with lye (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydroxide). Or anything else that you might be thinking.___

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2014-06-24 16:41:26 (14 comments, 3 reshares, 20 +1s) 

Repeat after me: hashing is not anonymization (except in certain high-entropy domains).

Repeat after me: hashing is not anonymization (except in certain high-entropy domains).___

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2014-06-23 21:54:00 (14 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s) 

Are there people who use these devices in moderation? Nearly everyone I've seen seems to toss them or obsess.

... that doesn't mean I'm not tempted, even knowing the risks.

Are there people who use these devices in moderation? Nearly everyone I've seen seems to toss them or obsess.

... that doesn't mean I'm not tempted, even knowing the risks.___

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2014-06-19 14:02:14 (4 comments, 3 reshares, 14 +1s) 

Behold! The field in which grows a zillion silly versions of the Bayeux tapestry!
http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/medieval-macros-bayeux-tapestry-parodies/photos

Behold! The field in which grows a zillion silly versions of the Bayeux tapestry!
http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/medieval-macros-bayeux-tapestry-parodies/photos___

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2014-06-18 20:59:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s) 

My friend +Rachel Grey is superhuman in her copious free time.

Playtime last Sunday.___My friend +Rachel Grey is superhuman in her copious free time.

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2014-06-17 03:47:05 (6 comments, 4 reshares, 24 +1s) 

Having re-explained death yet another time this weekend, I especially appreciate this: _ My parents taught me that even though it’s not forever — because it’s not forever — being alive is a profoundly beautiful thing for which each of us should feel deeply grateful. If we lived forever it would not be so amazing._

Wow. This is writing from the heart.___Having re-explained death yet another time this weekend, I especially appreciate this: _ My parents taught me that even though it’s not forever — because it’s not forever — being alive is a profoundly beautiful thing for which each of us should feel deeply grateful. If we lived forever it would not be so amazing._

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2014-06-16 16:41:52 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 25 +1s) 

The "skippers" were out in force this weekend. Check out their amazing wings: there are two perpendicular segments!

The "skippers" were out in force this weekend. Check out their amazing wings: there are two perpendicular segments!___

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2014-06-13 04:22:17 (14 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s) 

Bad chart Thursday! For all your poorly sourced alarmist "science" news! Today's chart: how to imply that pica is an epidemic.

Bad chart Thursday! For all your poorly sourced alarmist "science" news! Today's chart: how to imply that pica is an epidemic.___

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2014-06-11 15:17:27 (20 comments, 3 reshares, 8 +1s) 

Planet Money had an interesting piece about "a world without banks", one in which people engage in p2p lending. This already exists in a semi-organized form called "lending clubs", where you can either give parameters for loans you'd like to automatically underwrite (e.g. for people with good credit scores) or pore over volumes of data about an applicant to decide whether they seem trustworthy. There are advantages to this system, the largest being that banks aren't tempted to make a trip to Vegas with the savings accounts[1].

I have two worries:

1. At any economic downturn, the crowd from which loans are sourced will get freaked out and sit on their collective hands/money. Instant liquidity crunch. Hello depression!

2. Fair lending[2]. Access to credit is a huge advantage for business creation, financial health, and home ownership. We have not,... more »

Planet Money had an interesting piece about "a world without banks", one in which people engage in p2p lending. This already exists in a semi-organized form called "lending clubs", where you can either give parameters for loans you'd like to automatically underwrite (e.g. for people with good credit scores) or pore over volumes of data about an applicant to decide whether they seem trustworthy. There are advantages to this system, the largest being that banks aren't tempted to make a trip to Vegas with the savings accounts[1].

I have two worries:

1. At any economic downturn, the crowd from which loans are sourced will get freaked out and sit on their collective hands/money. Instant liquidity crunch. Hello depression!

2. Fair lending[2]. Access to credit is a huge advantage for business creation, financial health, and home ownership. We have not, even near-term historically, done well at this.[3][4][5] In a world where everyone's doing loan underwriting, everyone's prejudices will factor into that.

One could argue that if most people don't want to loan to, say, people with tattoos[6], someone else will step in at a higher price. That higher price is, in and of itself, discriminatory. Even with that sort of money in play, a ghetto that blocks certain people from those opportunities may well form like the pink-collar ghetto of old.

[1] Or the finance-industry equivalent. There's still booze, I hear.
[2] http://www.consumerfinance.gov/fair-lending/
[3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redlining
[4] http://www.nhi.org/online/issues/139/redlining.html
[5] Oh so many more.
[6] http://venturebeat.com/2014/06/09/sellers-of-color-this-craigslist-experiment-reveals-americas-latent-racism/
[7] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pink-collar_worker___

2014-06-10 03:01:42 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s) 

I keep getting the impression the web is impossible to use.

Today, I was printing something at the airport, and this lady came with her iPad trying to print something.

The way it works is you go to http://faxzero.com and fax your file to the fax machine. Easy. Or so you would think.

She actually typed http://faxzero.com in the URL then clicked on the first result (from Bing) which happened to be an http://about.com site iframing http://faxzero.com. Not the site itself.

She tried a couple times but failed. The site said "missing required fields".

She tried a couple times in front of me (and.. It worked for me!). So I was as confused as her.

Then.. I realized. It was an iframe and she was using an iPad. Safari third party cookies! It wasn't liking the CAPTCHA since faxzero didn't have a session cookie because Safari stripped... more »

I keep getting the impression the web is impossible to use.

Today, I was printing something at the airport, and this lady came with her iPad trying to print something.

The way it works is you go to http://faxzero.com and fax your file to the fax machine. Easy. Or so you would think.

She actually typed http://faxzero.com in the URL then clicked on the first result (from Bing) which happened to be an http://about.com site iframing http://faxzero.com. Not the site itself.

She tried a couple times but failed. The site said "missing required fields".

She tried a couple times in front of me (and.. It worked for me!). So I was as confused as her.

Then.. I realized. It was an iframe and she was using an iPad. Safari third party cookies! It wasn't liking the CAPTCHA since faxzero didn't have a session cookie because Safari stripped it thinking it was an ad tracking cookie.

She asked why it didn't work before. And really.. I didn't want to explain about all this third party cookie tracking and how safari does this and Bing fails at realizing the right first result and how P3P was meant to fix things but no one cared and how DNT is going on and how the Whitehouse got involved..

So I just said.. Its politics. And she understood.___

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2014-06-09 21:40:54 (10 comments, 3 reshares, 12 +1s) 

The CIA may not confirm nor deny their first tweet, but we do know where that ubiquitous phrase came from: the Glomar Explorer and its huge,nuclear-wessel grabbing claw.

How a sunken nuclear submarine, a crazy billionaire, and a mechanical claw gave birth to a phrase that has hounded journalists and lawyers for 40 years and embodies the tension between the public’s desire for transparency and the government’s need to keep secrets.

The CIA may not confirm nor deny their first tweet, but we do know where that ubiquitous phrase came from: the Glomar Explorer and its huge,nuclear-wessel grabbing claw.

How a sunken nuclear submarine, a crazy billionaire, and a mechanical claw gave birth to a phrase that has hounded journalists and lawyers for 40 years and embodies the tension between the public’s desire for transparency and the government’s need to keep secrets.___

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