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David D. Stanton has been at 2 events

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Ingress3,886,311*#Interitus XM ANOMALY SERIES* Stay. Strong. Create. New. Future. Destroy. Breathe. Create. *APR 12*  Amsterdam http://goo.gl/c2DSS4  SATELLITE SITES  Glasgow http://goo.gl/BFBMsS  Malaga http://goo.gl/Ganbax  *APR 26*  London http://goo.gl/2ql3ry  Flagstaff http://goo.gl/zHlnSu SATELLITE SITES  Frankfurt http://goo.gl/8kkOGi  Stockholm http://goo.gl/WslonD  Colorado Springs http://goo.gl/IQntXS Salt Lake City http://goo.gl/KVRGVS  *MAY 10*  Ishinomaki http://goo.gl/mRTMeX  Santa Fe http://goo.gl/oqIpts  SATELLITE SITES  Beijing http://goo.gl/SFfrpE  Seoul http://goo.gl/wFjqcA  Helena http://goo.gl/DwX1Dc  Madison http://goo.gl/Z4GsXd  *MAY 17*  Melbourne http://goo.gl/BFg59R  Kansas City http://goo.gl/5iBAod  SATELLITE SITES  Auckland http://goo.gl/9OFc4b  Brisbane http://goo.gl/u7XBFZ  Cheyenne http://goo.gl/WD2eJm  Sioux Falls http://goo.gl/BSS5ov  *JUNE 7*  Santiago http://goo.gl/kaKti8  Cincinnati http://goo.gl/23s5go  SATELLITE SITES  San Jose http://goo.gl/f27qIs  San Juan http://goo.gl/0EWlER  Asheville http://goo.gl/agdTEx  Birmingham http://goo.gl/1ZCZLG  *JUNE 21*  St Petersburg http://goo.gl/Jo0tUF  Gettysburg http://goo.gl/LphQP0  SATELLITE SITES  Bergen http://goo.gl/PkjjTC  Krakow http://goo.gl/SB1dA7  Hoboken http://goo.gl/k1WJg0  Jacksonville http://goo.gl/O8UHLR #Interitus XM Anomaly Site Satellite Site: Frankfurt2014-04-26 13:00:00853  
Space Fan News!5,845,958Hello Space Fans! Tonight there will be a total lunar eclipse tonight in the Western Hemisphere.  @109479143173251353583  will be heading to Cerritos College in Norwalk, CA to do some on-site outreach with Dr. @107316294793809570474. Internet permitting, we'll be attempting to bring in a live feed of the lunar eclipse from LA and hopefully connect with our friends from the @100902337165997768522  and bring in feeds from there too! If you're in the Los Angeles area, you are more than welcome to join us on site. The event starts at 10:30 p.m. PT and parking is free after 10 p.m. Cerritos College: 11190 Alondra Blvd. Norwalk, CA 90650 Parking Lot C-6 off of Studebaker, just south of Alondra Blvd. Not local? That's okay too! Share with us your pictures of the eclipse in the event below!  Keep Looking Up! #ScienceEveryday   #Space   #Astronomy   #Eclipse   #LunarEclipse   #BloodMoon  Lunar Eclipse Live!2014-04-15 08:00:00388  

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This was just a bad idea all around, but I have to applaud his ingenuity.

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We live in a world where even trash cans can kernel panic via @BenNunney #funny #linux #kernel


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2015-07-29 13:56:34 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

A real guitar player, do not just play but play as if there is no tomorrow.

A real guitar player, do not just play but play as if there is no tomorrow.___

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2015-07-29 03:22:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Happy birthday +Wil Wheaton​, +Kenneth Kerley​, +Holly Hughes​, and +Bill Merrow​.


Happy birthday +Wil Wheaton​, +Kenneth Kerley​, +Holly Hughes​, and +Bill Merrow​.
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2015-07-28 12:11:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Bright Basin on Tethys

With the expanded range of colors visible to Cassini's cameras, differences in materials and their textures become apparent that are subtle or unseen in natural color views. Here, the giant impact basin Odysseus on Saturn's moon Tethys stands out brightly from the rest of the illuminated icy crescent. This distinct coloration may result from differences in either the composition or structure of the terrain exposed by the giant impact.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

Read more: http://buff.ly/1h0dlFo

Bright Basin on Tethys

With the expanded range of colors visible to Cassini's cameras, differences in materials and their textures become apparent that are subtle or unseen in natural color views. Here, the giant impact basin Odysseus on Saturn's moon Tethys stands out brightly from the rest of the illuminated icy crescent. This distinct coloration may result from differences in either the composition or structure of the terrain exposed by the giant impact.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

Read more: http://buff.ly/1h0dlFo___

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2015-07-28 09:32:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Flaw Allows Hijacking App Store's Developer Account.

Flaw Allows Hijacking App Store's Developer Account.___

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2015-07-28 07:45:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

#NoHacked is back with more specific and advanced information.
We noticed a 180% increase in the number of sites getting hacked this past year. In these next few weeks, we'll help you learn to protect your content on the web through:
• hacking insights on our blog every Monday
• actionable tips on our social channels every Wednesday
• a security-themed Hangout on Air: https://goo.gl/U8htqZ

Check out our 1st #NoHacked blog post on password security, software security and helpful tools → http://goo.gl/979BBB

#NoHacked is back with more specific and advanced information.
We noticed a 180% increase in the number of sites getting hacked this past year. In these next few weeks, we'll help you learn to protect your content on the web through:
• hacking insights on our blog every Monday
• actionable tips on our social channels every Wednesday
• a security-themed Hangout on Air: https://goo.gl/U8htqZ

Check out our 1st #NoHacked blog post on password security, software security and helpful tools → http://goo.gl/979BBB___

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2015-07-27 12:54:34 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

How do you like your Nutella now...? :)

How do you like your Nutella now...? :)___

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2015-07-27 11:53:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Here's everything you need to know as new USB-C phones trickle out.

Here's everything you need to know as new USB-C phones trickle out.___

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2015-07-27 11:28:19 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-27 09:27:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

LG has announced a new flip phone, but the company has opted to load Android Lollipop to give the smartphone some power. You may remember the years of flip phones when they were all the craze, but that trend has since been succeeded by touch screens and thinner designs. LG is now bringing it back…

LG has announced a new flip phone, but the company has opted to load Android Lollipop to give the smartphone some power. You may remember the years of flip phones when they were all the craze, but that trend has since been succeeded by touch screens and thinner designs. LG is now bringing it back…___

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2015-07-27 09:26:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Art Destruction 

+Vox : "Ernő Rubik, the Hungarian professor of architecture who invented the puzzle in 1974, actually thought of it as a work of art. And indeed, you can see it on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City." ...

http://www.vox.com/2015/7/22/9013757/rubiks-cube-world-record

Art Destruction 

+Vox : "Ernő Rubik, the Hungarian professor of architecture who invented the puzzle in 1974, actually thought of it as a work of art. And indeed, you can see it on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City." ...

http://www.vox.com/2015/7/22/9013757/rubiks-cube-world-record___

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2015-07-27 05:33:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-26 08:54:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Mars Guide: Frosty Gullies on the Northern Plains | NASA MRO
Seasonal frost commonly forms at middle and high latitudes on Mars, much like winter snow on Earth. However, on Mars most frost is carbon dioxide (dry ice) rather than water ice. This frost appears to cause surface activity, including flows in gullies. 

This image shows frost in gully alcoves in a crater on the Northern plains. The frost highlights details of the alcoves, since it forms in different amounts depending on slopes and shadows as well as the type of material making up the ground. Rugged rock outcrops appear dark and shadowed, while frost highlights the upper alcove and the steepest route down the slope. 

Most changes associated with gullies are observed in the Southern hemisphere. However, some are seen in the Northern hemisphere, where steep slopes are less common. HiRISE is monitoring thesegu... more »

Mars Guide: Frosty Gullies on the Northern Plains | NASA MRO
Seasonal frost commonly forms at middle and high latitudes on Mars, much like winter snow on Earth. However, on Mars most frost is carbon dioxide (dry ice) rather than water ice. This frost appears to cause surface activity, including flows in gullies. 

This image shows frost in gully alcoves in a crater on the Northern plains. The frost highlights details of the alcoves, since it forms in different amounts depending on slopes and shadows as well as the type of material making up the ground. Rugged rock outcrops appear dark and shadowed, while frost highlights the upper alcove and the steepest route down the slope. 

Most changes associated with gullies are observed in the Southern hemisphere. However, some are seen in the Northern hemisphere, where steep slopes are less common. HiRISE is monitoring these gullies to look for changes and to understand the behavior of the frost. 

Image Credit: NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Caption Credit: Colin Dundas
Release Date: July 15, 2015

+NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

#NASA #Mars #Space #Astronomy #Science #Gullies #Frost
#CarbonDioxide #Dry #Ice #Geoscience #MRO #Reconnaissance
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2015-07-26 01:18:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Hot dog, jumping frog, Albuquerque

Don't say I didn't give you anything.

Enjoy!

Prefab Sprout - The King of Rock 'N' Roll: https://youtu.be/4T6e3GJCjow

Hot dog, jumping frog, Albuquerque

Don't say I didn't give you anything.

Enjoy!

Prefab Sprout - The King of Rock 'N' Roll: https://youtu.be/4T6e3GJCjow___

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2015-07-24 12:12:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

"The importance of DeepDream does not lie in the resultant images, but in the computer's grasp of similarity, the analogical process that lies at the heart of creativity, as well as its trained and stochastic nature, a far cry from the deterministic algorithms that form the fundament of computer science." "What DeepDream does is computationally intensive yet incredibly primitive next to the feats of the brain -- in essence, it's finding bits of a picture that vaguely resemble its archetypes of eyes and birds." "But "vaguely resemble" is significant. It is this sort of analogical processing that will lead to far more impressive accomplishments in artificial intelligence: robots with agency, story writing, natural language conversation, and creative problem solving. There is no mythical secret sauce required to generate 'human' creativity, just... more »

"The importance of DeepDream does not lie in the resultant images, but in the computer's grasp of similarity, the analogical process that lies at the heart of creativity, as well as its trained and stochastic nature, a far cry from the deterministic algorithms that form the fundament of computer science." "What DeepDream does is computationally intensive yet incredibly primitive next to the feats of the brain -- in essence, it's finding bits of a picture that vaguely resemble its archetypes of eyes and birds." "But "vaguely resemble" is significant. It is this sort of analogical processing that will lead to far more impressive accomplishments in artificial intelligence: robots with agency, story writing, natural language conversation, and creative problem solving. There is no mythical secret sauce required to generate 'human' creativity, just ever-increasing layers of complexity and emergent behavior."___

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2015-07-24 12:12:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

A Runaway Star Plowing Through the Depths of Space
A runaway star, plowing through the depths of space and piling up interstellar material before it, can be seen in this ultraviolet image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer. The star, called CW Leo, is hurtling through space at about 204,000 miles per hour (91 kilometers per second), or roughly 265 times the speed of sound on Earth. It is shedding its own atmosphere to form a sooty shell of discarded material. This shell can be seen in the center of this image as a bright circular blob.

CW Leo is moving from right to left in this image. It is travelling so quickly through the surrounding material that it has formed a semi-circular bow shock in front of itself, like a boat moving through water. This bow shock is made of superheated gas, which flows around the star and is left behind in its turbulent wake. This blown-out bubble is... more »

A Runaway Star Plowing Through the Depths of Space
A runaway star, plowing through the depths of space and piling up interstellar material before it, can be seen in this ultraviolet image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer. The star, called CW Leo, is hurtling through space at about 204,000 miles per hour (91 kilometers per second), or roughly 265 times the speed of sound on Earth. It is shedding its own atmosphere to form a sooty shell of discarded material. This shell can be seen in the center of this image as a bright circular blob.

CW Leo is moving from right to left in this image. It is travelling so quickly through the surrounding material that it has formed a semi-circular bow shock in front of itself, like a boat moving through water. This bow shock is made of superheated gas, which flows around the star and is left behind in its turbulent wake. This blown-out bubble is 2.7 light-years across, which is more than half the distance from our sun to the nearest star, or 2,100 times the size of Pluto's orbit.

The size of the bubble (called the "astrosheath") has allowed astronomers to estimate that CW Leo has been shedding its atmosphere for about 70,000 years. This is part of the star's natural life cycle as it runs out of hydrogen fuel and gradually throws off its outer layers to expose its bare, dying core. This core is called a white dwarf, and is the end product of all low-mass stars like our sun.

CW Leo is the second runaway star to be observed with the Galaxy Evolution Explorer. The first, Mira, was observed by the telescope back in 2006.

This image is the combination of near-ultraviolet data, shown in yellow, and far-ultraviolet data, shown in blue.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

+NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory 

#NASA #Space #Astronomy #Science #Star #CWLeo #Ultraviolet #GALEX #JPL #Cosmos #Universe___

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2015-07-24 12:11:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Oh Gosh! 4 New #ZeroDay Vulnerabilities

Oh Gosh! 4 New #ZeroDay Vulnerabilities___

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2015-07-24 10:30:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-23 11:27:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Linux SysAdmins, Protect Your Servers from New OpenSSH Exploit.

Linux SysAdmins, Protect Your Servers from New OpenSSH Exploit.___

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2015-07-23 11:27:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Reminder: NASA to Announce Latest Kepler Discoveries (noon EDT Thursday, July 23)

The briefing participants are:

John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington
Jon Jenkins, Kepler data analysis lead at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California
Jeff Coughlin, Kepler research scientist at SETI Institute in Mountain View, California
Didier Queloz, professor of astrophysics at Cambridge University, United Kingdom

Read more: http://buff.ly/1If1HMB

Live stream: http://buff.ly/1If1HMC

Reminder: NASA to Announce Latest Kepler Discoveries (noon EDT Thursday, July 23)

The briefing participants are:

John Grunsfeld, associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington
Jon Jenkins, Kepler data analysis lead at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California
Jeff Coughlin, Kepler research scientist at SETI Institute in Mountain View, California
Didier Queloz, professor of astrophysics at Cambridge University, United Kingdom

Read more: http://buff.ly/1If1HMB

Live stream: http://buff.ly/1If1HMC___

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2015-07-15 20:52:55 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

The weird white spots on Ceres might not be ice after all

According to the mission's principal investigator, the crowd favorite theory -- that the mysterious white spots are made of some kind of water or ice -- is probably about to be debunked.

"The general consensus on the team right now is that water is definitely a factor on Ceres, but that the spots themselves are more likely to be just highly reflective salt, rather than water," said Christopher Russell of UCLA, Dawn mission's principal investigator

Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA

Read more: http://buff.ly/1DdNXjW

The weird white spots on Ceres might not be ice after all

According to the mission's principal investigator, the crowd favorite theory -- that the mysterious white spots are made of some kind of water or ice -- is probably about to be debunked.

"The general consensus on the team right now is that water is definitely a factor on Ceres, but that the spots themselves are more likely to be just highly reflective salt, rather than water," said Christopher Russell of UCLA, Dawn mission's principal investigator

Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA

Read more: http://buff.ly/1DdNXjW___

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2015-07-15 20:52:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

#HackingTeam get paid by FBI to Unmask #Tor Users. #Security #Privacy

#HackingTeam get paid by FBI to Unmask #Tor Users. #Security #Privacy___

2015-07-15 20:50:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Ok the Android Wear app for ingress is perfect exactly what I was hoping for and suggesting when wear first came out will have to dust off my Google glass and see if the app is on there too! +android wear +google +Ingress​

Ok the Android Wear app for ingress is perfect exactly what I was hoping for and suggesting when wear first came out will have to dust off my Google glass and see if the app is on there too! +android wear +google +Ingress​___

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2015-07-14 10:44:46 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-14 06:23:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/108611

This is a LEGO Ideas project based on the game INGRESS that I just submitted. I used about 600 LEGO bricks to build a model of "the real world and INGRESS scanner interacting with each other". Once the project gets 10,000 supporters, it may become a real LEGO product in stores! If you like the idea, please give your support! Many thanks:)

+Niantic Project +Ingress 

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/108611

This is a LEGO Ideas project based on the game INGRESS that I just submitted. I used about 600 LEGO bricks to build a model of "the real world and INGRESS scanner interacting with each other". Once the project gets 10,000 supporters, it may become a real LEGO product in stores! If you like the idea, please give your support! Many thanks:)

+Niantic Project +Ingress ___

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2015-07-14 06:22:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"My record shows that I know how to fight and win. Now more than ever, America needs a president who will fight and win," Walker said at a rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

"My record shows that I know how to fight and win. Now more than ever, America needs a president who will fight and win," Walker said at a rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin.___

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2015-07-14 06:22:24 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

The Carina Nebula
The hypergiant star Eta Carinae glows against the background of swirling clouds of dust and gases that form the Carina Nebula. The Carina Nebula is one of the largest diffuse nebulae—meaning that it has no well-defined boundaries—in our skies and is about four times as large as the famed Orion Nebula.

Credit: Terry Robison
Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 shortlist 

#Space #Astronomy #Science #Nebula   #Carina #Stars
#Astrophotography #Art #Exploration #Cosmos #Universe

The Carina Nebula
The hypergiant star Eta Carinae glows against the background of swirling clouds of dust and gases that form the Carina Nebula. The Carina Nebula is one of the largest diffuse nebulae—meaning that it has no well-defined boundaries—in our skies and is about four times as large as the famed Orion Nebula.

Credit: Terry Robison
Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2015 shortlist 

#Space #Astronomy #Science #Nebula   #Carina #Stars
#Astrophotography #Art #Exploration #Cosmos #Universe___

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2015-07-14 06:21:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Brilliant. 

Brilliant. ___

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2015-07-14 06:15:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Pluto’s bright, mysterious “heart” is rotating into view, ready for its close-up on close approach, in this image taken by our New Horizons spacecraft on July 12 from a distance of 1.6 million miles (2.5 million kilometers). It is the target of the highest-resolution images that will be taken during the spacecraft’s closest approach to Pluto on Tuesday. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1Rvnom9

#PlutoFlyby

Pluto’s bright, mysterious “heart” is rotating into view, ready for its close-up on close approach, in this image taken by our New Horizons spacecraft on July 12 from a distance of 1.6 million miles (2.5 million kilometers). It is the target of the highest-resolution images that will be taken during the spacecraft’s closest approach to Pluto on Tuesday. More: http://go.nasa.gov/1Rvnom9

#PlutoFlyby___

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2015-07-14 06:15:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

In a linguistic study of 300,000 captions written for 50 New Yorker cartoons since 2005, researchers found the funnier captions have negative sentiment, human-centeredness, and lexical centrality. Um... so there.

"Did any of these automatic methods reliably pick the caption chosen by readers? Radev and co do not say, so presumably not."

In a linguistic study of 300,000 captions written for 50 New Yorker cartoons since 2005, researchers found the funnier captions have negative sentiment, human-centeredness, and lexical centrality. Um... so there.

"Did any of these automatic methods reliably pick the caption chosen by readers? Radev and co do not say, so presumably not."___

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2015-07-14 06:15:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

What does it take to become a Google Apps Certified Admin? Recently, we learned it certainly isn't age. After attending the Google Apps Partner training course in Chicago, brothers Alex and Aaron, ages 13 and 15 respectively, are now the two youngest people to ever pass the test. 

If you're part of Google for Work Connect, read their story here: https://goo.gl/KakQ1j

Learn more about the Admin Certification program here: http://goo.gl/YnQTtD

What does it take to become a Google Apps Certified Admin? Recently, we learned it certainly isn't age. After attending the Google Apps Partner training course in Chicago, brothers Alex and Aaron, ages 13 and 15 respectively, are now the two youngest people to ever pass the test. 

If you're part of Google for Work Connect, read their story here: https://goo.gl/KakQ1j

Learn more about the Admin Certification program here: http://goo.gl/YnQTtD___

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2015-07-13 18:52:17 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Happy birthday +Erno Rubik​!



Happy birthday +Erno Rubik​!

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2015-07-13 18:48:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

1935 'Advanced' L5

The first L-5s with a 17-inch wide ‘Advanced’ body were shipped in 1935 and from this point on the body width – where known – is noted

1935 'Advanced' L5

The first L-5s with a 17-inch wide ‘Advanced’ body were shipped in 1935 and from this point on the body width – where known – is noted___

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2015-07-09 22:37:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-09 22:36:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Awesome thank you! 

Awesome thank you! ___

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2015-07-07 10:01:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Some may say the U-2 Dragon Lady owes its success to its open architecture and modular payload capability, or perhaps its ability to engage in a rapid climb to 70,000 feet. Or maybe it's the unmatched reliability and performance with an average 97 percent mission success rate. But if you ask the Dragon Keepers that maintain it day-in and day-out, you'd have to add heart to the list. http://lmt.co/1LT9ruI 

Some may say the U-2 Dragon Lady owes its success to its open architecture and modular payload capability, or perhaps its ability to engage in a rapid climb to 70,000 feet. Or maybe it's the unmatched reliability and performance with an average 97 percent mission success rate. But if you ask the Dragon Keepers that maintain it day-in and day-out, you'd have to add heart to the list. http://lmt.co/1LT9ruI ___

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2015-07-07 10:00:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Robot-related deaths are rare, and becoming rarer. "The killing of a technician by an industrial robot at a Volkswagen plant in Germany sparked a social media storm this week and raised fears about human safety in the coming era of robotics. But experts on artificial intelligence and automation said the incident near Kassel should be understood as an extremely rare industrial accident, rather than a warning about future threats."

Robot-related deaths are rare, and becoming rarer. "The killing of a technician by an industrial robot at a Volkswagen plant in Germany sparked a social media storm this week and raised fears about human safety in the coming era of robotics. But experts on artificial intelligence and automation said the incident near Kassel should be understood as an extremely rare industrial accident, rather than a warning about future threats."___

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2015-07-06 13:48:25 (2 comments, 2 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

This was just a bad idea all around, but I have to applaud his ingenuity.

This was just a bad idea all around, but I have to applaud his ingenuity.___

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2015-07-06 13:42:37 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

We live in a world where even trash cans can kernel panic via @BenNunney #funny #linux #kernel


We live in a world where even trash cans can kernel panic via @BenNunney #funny #linux #kernel
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2015-07-06 13:13:58 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

APOD: 2015 July 6 - Colorful Clouds Near Rho Ophiuchi

Why is the sky near Antares and Rho Ophiuchi so colorful? The colors result from a mixture of objects and processes. Fine dust illuminated from the front by starlight produces blue reflection nebulae. Gaseous clouds whose atoms are excited by ultraviolet starlight produce reddish emission nebulae. Backlit dust clouds block starlight and so appear dark. Antares, a red supergiant and one of the brighter stars in the night sky, lights up the yellow-red clouds on the lower center of the featured image. Rho Ophiuchi lies at the center of the blue nebula on the left. The distant globular cluster M4 is visible to the upper right of center. These star clouds are even more colorful than humans can see, emitting light across the electromagnetic spectrum.

Image Credit & Copyright: Markus Noller

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APOD: 2015 July 6 - Colorful Clouds Near Rho Ophiuchi

Why is the sky near Antares and Rho Ophiuchi so colorful? The colors result from a mixture of objects and processes. Fine dust illuminated from the front by starlight produces blue reflection nebulae. Gaseous clouds whose atoms are excited by ultraviolet starlight produce reddish emission nebulae. Backlit dust clouds block starlight and so appear dark. Antares, a red supergiant and one of the brighter stars in the night sky, lights up the yellow-red clouds on the lower center of the featured image. Rho Ophiuchi lies at the center of the blue nebula on the left. The distant globular cluster M4 is visible to the upper right of center. These star clouds are even more colorful than humans can see, emitting light across the electromagnetic spectrum.

Image Credit & Copyright: Markus Noller

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2015-07-06 13:11:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Italian Spyware and Hacking tool Provider Get HACKED! 500gb of Data, Source Codes, Emails Dumped.

Italian Spyware and Hacking tool Provider Get HACKED! 500gb of Data, Source Codes, Emails Dumped.___

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2015-07-06 07:36:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Alice in Quantumland: An Allegory of Quantum Physics by Robert Gilmore a C.E.R.N. physicist is an allegory of quantum mechanics told through the adventures of Alice’s explorations of the world of modern physics, with quanta depicted as eccentric characters similar to those in Wonderland, and quantum laws as the nonsensical or counter-intuitive rules governing Carroll’s world.

Read it online here:
http://l-esperimento-piu-bello-della-fisica.bo.imm.cnr.it/didattica/Resources/Alice%20in%20Quantumland_%20An%20Allegory%20of%20Qua%20-%20Robert%20Gilmore.pdf

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Alice in Quantumland: An Allegory of Quantum Physics by Robert Gilmore a C.E.R.N. physicist is an allegory of quantum mechanics told through the adventures of Alice’s explorations of the world of modern physics, with quanta depicted as eccentric characters similar to those in Wonderland, and quantum laws as the nonsensical or counter-intuitive rules governing Carroll’s world.

Read it online here:
http://l-esperimento-piu-bello-della-fisica.bo.imm.cnr.it/didattica/Resources/Alice%20in%20Quantumland_%20An%20Allegory%20of%20Qua%20-%20Robert%20Gilmore.pdf

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2015-07-06 06:37:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Inspires me to think about new usages models for the 'traditional' PC.
The Intel Compute Stick 'HDMI dongle' comes with Windows 8.1, runs from 5V / 2.0A USB and has USB. MicroSD, WiFi, Bluetooth, 32GB storage and 2GB RAM. It's refreshingly free of crapware too.

It supports Miracast so you can run it remotely from a screen.
Think about solar power, Windows 10 casting (DIAL - Chromecast-style remote app control) IoT and Linux headless setups for data collection.

My testing starting now. Let me know if you have questions.

#intel   #minipc  

Inspires me to think about new usages models for the 'traditional' PC.
The Intel Compute Stick 'HDMI dongle' comes with Windows 8.1, runs from 5V / 2.0A USB and has USB. MicroSD, WiFi, Bluetooth, 32GB storage and 2GB RAM. It's refreshingly free of crapware too.

It supports Miracast so you can run it remotely from a screen.
Think about solar power, Windows 10 casting (DIAL - Chromecast-style remote app control) IoT and Linux headless setups for data collection.

My testing starting now. Let me know if you have questions.

#intel   #minipc  ___

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