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Gabor Cselle has been shared in 10 public circles

AuthorFollowersDateUsers in CircleCommentsReshares+1Links
Oleg Kochetkov2,356HI All!I am very happy to share  for you  this #circle .You'll love this circle. This is TOP Google + peoples circle!To be added to the Circle you have to do these simple steps:1 - Do +1 t the post.  2 - Comment the post .   3 - Include the circle among your circles.   4 - Share the circle (include yourself).  2014-01-23 18:53:28501422727
Oleg Kochetkov1,994HI All!I am very happy to share  for you  this #circle .Today I reached 2000 followers, so I celebrate!You'll love this circle. This is TOP Google + peoples circle!To be added to the Circle you have to do these simple steps:1 - Do +1 t the post.  2 - Comment the post and specify your "category" (job or interest)         (ex: fashion, photography, seo, social media marketing).   3 - Include the circle among your circles.   4 - Share the circle (include yourself).   #circles   #circleshare #circlesharing #sharedcircles #sharingcircles #sharedpubliccircles #sharedcircleoftheday #circlemonday #share #shared #followers #addcircles #publicsharedcircles #share #addpeople #addcircle #addfriends #circle #empireavenue #socialmedia   #influencers #influencer   #influence #influencermarketing #slivermetalcircle 2014-01-22 15:30:46276362730
Markos Giannopoulos5,491Geeks rule! // +CircleCount has added a new tag system (see announcement here http://bit.ly/15XaDov). Thousands of profiles have been tagged already, so here are the top (by number of followers) geek-tagged plussers (full list at http://bit.ly/134FoFN) The top ten: 1) +Robert Scoble 2) +Amanda Blain 3) +Darya Pino Rose 4) +Michelle Marie 5) +Brian Matiash 6) +Wick Sakit 7) +Joe Azure 8) +Keith Barrett 9) +Derek Ross 10) +Ahmed Zeeshan  For other rankings see also - Most popular geeks by comments/+1's/shares http://bit.ly/16SAddw- Most engaging geeks http://bit.ly/15XdZYm #circleshare   #circlesunday   #geeks  2013-07-21 15:19:0049018312
Sara Ataie23,050This is a very important Circle that I haven't shared at all.... Hope you enjoy it and find it as fun and interesting as I have!!! #Geek 2012-06-30 18:34:56493115
Stephanie L Davis19,590I was asked by #SMMCamp attendees to share my "Googlers" circle. These are people who work for Google; community managers, engineers, developers, free-lancers; staff... etc. Cheers!2011-12-08 20:06:303648513
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
hannah davis0here's a circle of computer geeks. see what you can grab from them!hannah davis shared a circle with you.2011-10-12 15:02:25495002
Robert Scoble161,698A circle of geeks (part II). Here's almost 1,000 active geeks. Programmers, developers, and highly technical people. Here's K-Z. Really great list of geeky/tecnical folks. Put them in their own circle so they don't overwhelm the folks you've hand selected. As always, if you find people who aren't active (a few have snuck through) or who aren't good, let me know and I'll remove them.Also, if you think you should be on the list, let me know! I'm still adding more.Robert Scoble shared a circle with you.2011-10-12 03:16:034941006360
Ben Greenwood122My Google Circle. Up to 140 Googlers now!Ben Greenwood shared a circle with you.2011-09-27 09:17:49140801
Marco Meerman0I have made a 500+ circle of Googlers (Engineers, VP's, Productmanagers, etc) that i now share. Too bad there is a limit in the number of people you can share.Very interesting stories they have to tell. I find it a highly informative circle, hence, i follow what Googlers do (and launch).A tribute to Googlers, thanks to +Andy Hertzfeld #SharedCircles+Robert Scoble Something for you?Marco Meerman heeft een kring met je gedeeld.2011-09-27 08:29:12250100

Top posts in the last 50 posts

Most comments: 13

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2012-05-31 23:41:17 (13 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Exciting news! I'm leaving Google to start a new company. My last day is tomorrow.

http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/05/my-next-step.html

Most reshares: 6

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2012-03-06 18:11:43 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Check out Google Play - Google's new store for movies, music, books, and apps.

https://play.google.com/
https://play.google.com/about/

Most plusones: 16

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2012-05-31 23:41:17 (13 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Exciting news! I'm leaving Google to start a new company. My last day is tomorrow.

http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/05/my-next-step.html

Latest 50 posts

2013-04-02 17:48:05 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Amazing post about the complexity of today's computer systems.

Dizzying but invisible depth

You just went to the Google home page.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit of about how browsers work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play HTTP, HTML, CSS, ECMAscript, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just connected your computer to www.google.com.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit about how networks work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play DNS, TCP, UDP, IP, Wifi, Ethernet, DOCSIS, OC, SONET, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just typed www.google.com in the location bar of your browser.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know a bit about how operating systems work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play a kernel, a USB host stack, an input dispatcher, an event handler, a font hinter, a sub-pixel rasterizer, a windowing system, a graphics driver, and more, all of those written in high-level languages that get processed by compilers, linkers, optimizers, interpreters, and more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Let's simplify.

You just pressed a key on your keyboard.

Simple, isn't it?

What just actually happened?

Well, when you know about bit about how input peripherals work, it's not quite that simple. You've just put into play a power regulator, a debouncer, an input multiplexer, a USB device stack, a USB hub stack, all of that implemented in a single chip. That chip is built around thinly sliced wafers of highly purified single-crystal silicon ingot, doped with minute quantities of other atoms that are blasted into the crystal structure, interconnected with multiple layers of aluminum or copper, that are deposited according to patterns of high-energy ultraviolet light that are focused to a precision of a fraction of a micron, connected to the outside world via thin gold wires, all inside a packaging made of a dimensionally and thermally stable resin. The doping patterns and the interconnects implement transistors, which are grouped together to create logic gates. In some parts of the chip, logic gates are combined to create arithmetic and bitwise functions, which are combined to create an ALU. In another part of the chip, logic gates are combined into bistable loops, which are lined up into rows, which are combined with selectors to create a register bank. In another part of the chip, logic gates are combined into bus controllers and instruction decoders and microcode to create an execution scheduler. In another part of the chip, they're combined into address and data multiplexers and timing circuitry to create a memory controller. There's even more. Those are actually such incredibly complex technologies that they'll make any engineer dizzy if they think about them too much, and such that no single company can deal with that entire complexity.

Can we simplify further?

In fact, very scarily, no, we can't. We can barely comprehend the complexity of a single chip in a computer keyboard, and yet there's no simpler level. The next step takes us to the software that is used to design the chip's logic, and that software itself has a level of complexity that requires to go back to the top of the loop.

Today's computers are so complex that they can only be designed and manufactured with slightly less complex computers. In turn the computers used for the design and manufacture are so complex that they themselves can only be designed and manufactured with slightly less complex computers. You'd have to go through many such loops to get back to a level that could possibly be re-built from scratch.

Once you start to understand how our modern devices work and how they're created, it's impossible to not be dizzy about the depth of everything that's involved, and to not be in awe about the fact that they work at all, when Murphy's law says that they simply shouldn't possibly work.

For non-technologists, this is all a black box. That is a great success of technology: all those layers of complexity are entirely hidden and people can use them without even knowing that they exist at all. That is the reason why many people can find computers so frustrating to use: there are so many things that can possibly go wrong that some of them inevitably will, but the complexity goes so deep that it's impossible for most users to be able to do anything about any error.

That is also why it's so hard for technologists and non-technologists to communicate together: technologists know too much about too many layers and non-technologists know too little about too few layers to be able to establish effective direct communication. The gap is so large that it's not even possible any more to have a single person be an intermediate between those two groups, and that's why e.g. we end up with those convoluted technical support call centers and their multiple tiers. Without such deep support structures, you end up with the frustrating situation that we see when end users have access to a bug database that is directly used by engineers: neither the end users nor the engineers get the information that they need to accomplish their goals.

That is why the mainstream press and the general population has talked so much about Steve Jobs' death and comparatively so little about Dennis Ritchie's: Steve's influence was at a layer that most people could see, while Dennis' was much deeper. On the one hand, I can imagine where the computing world would be without the work that Jobs did and the people he inspired: probably a bit less shiny, a bit more beige, a bit more square. Deep inside, though, our devices would still work the same way and do the same things. On the other hand, I literally can't imagine where the computing world would be without the work that Ritchie did and the people he inspired. By the mid 80s, Ritchie's influence had taken over, and even back then very little remained of the pre-Ritchie world.

Finally, last but not least, that is why our patent system is broken: technology has done such an amazing job at hiding its complexity that the people regulating and running the patent system are barely even aware of the complexity of what they're regulating and running. That's the ultimate bikeshedding: just like the proverbial discussions in the town hall about a nuclear power plant end up being about the paint color for the plant's bike shed, the patent discussions about modern computing systems end up being about screen sizes and icon ordering, because in both cases those are the only aspect that the people involved in the discussion are capable of discussing, even though they are irrelevant to the actual function of the overall system being discussed.

CC:BY 3.0___Amazing post about the complexity of today's computer systems.

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2012-11-25 16:43:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Letterpress Deconstructed

The iPhone game Letterpress is incredibly popular with my friends. Games usually only make it on the iOS platform if they're very polished and have elaborate graphical detail. Letterpress is a different kind of polished. Its look is sparse, strict, and minimalist.

Because Letterpress is lacking gradients, drop shadows, and other embellishments, the Google Product Manager in me decided to take it apart and analyze what makes it a great experience. I found no bells and whistles, just carefully executed transitions and animations at every step.

http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/11/letterpress-deconstructed.html

Letterpress Deconstructed

The iPhone game Letterpress is incredibly popular with my friends. Games usually only make it on the iOS platform if they're very polished and have elaborate graphical detail. Letterpress is a different kind of polished. Its look is sparse, strict, and minimalist.

Because Letterpress is lacking gradients, drop shadows, and other embellishments, the Google Product Manager in me decided to take it apart and analyze what makes it a great experience. I found no bells and whistles, just carefully executed transitions and animations at every step.

http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/11/letterpress-deconstructed.html___

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2012-06-13 20:56:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I shamelessly built a LaunchRock page for my stealth project. Want to be the first to know what I'm building? Just type in your email address.

http://startup.gaborcselle.com/?lrRef=ktcuI

I shamelessly built a LaunchRock page for my stealth project. Want to be the first to know what I'm building? Just type in your email address.

http://startup.gaborcselle.com/?lrRef=ktcuI___

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2012-06-03 05:27:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

This is a great project.

This is a great project.___

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2012-05-31 23:41:17 (13 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Exciting news! I'm leaving Google to start a new company. My last day is tomorrow.

http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/05/my-next-step.html

Exciting news! I'm leaving Google to start a new company. My last day is tomorrow.

http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/05/my-next-step.html___

2012-05-31 02:24:15 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

The 3 R's that matter in a Startup: Reach, Retention, Revenue.

The 3 R's that matter in a Startup: Reach, Retention, Revenue.___

2012-05-27 20:17:29 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Wrote a blog post about what emotions you should try to evoke with the mobile app or website you're building: http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/05/eight-emotions-every-user-enjoys.html

Wrote a blog post about what emotions you should try to evoke with the mobile app or website you're building: http://blog.gaborcselle.com/2012/05/eight-emotions-every-user-enjoys.html___

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2012-05-16 02:49:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Can't wait for this movie! Steve Jobs biopic written by Aaron Sorkin (who also did The Social Network).

http://www.macrumors.com/2012/05/15/aaron-sorkin-confirmed-as-screenwriter-for-film-adaptation-of-steve-jobs-biography/

Can't wait for this movie! Steve Jobs biopic written by Aaron Sorkin (who also did The Social Network).

http://www.macrumors.com/2012/05/15/aaron-sorkin-confirmed-as-screenwriter-for-film-adaptation-of-steve-jobs-biography/___

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2012-05-16 02:02:48 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

A sea of Google bikes

A sea of Google bikes___

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2012-05-14 16:58:18 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

These Hipmunk ads are really everywhere.

These Hipmunk ads are really everywhere.___

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2012-05-11 21:11:48 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Pumped for +Zazzle Bay to Breakers 12k next weekend. Watch out for #6257!

Pumped for +Zazzle Bay to Breakers 12k next weekend. Watch out for #6257!___

2012-05-10 21:05:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

"Mobile didn't unlock location, it unlocked excess attention." -- seen on Quora

"Mobile didn't unlock location, it unlocked excess attention." -- seen on Quora___

2012-05-10 21:04:58 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"What people want is not more choice. They want a better choosing experience. And they want to feel confident they made the right choice."

"What people want is not more choice. They want a better choosing experience. And they want to feel confident they made the right choice."___

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2012-05-09 17:42:58 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

I got a wonderful birthday present this year - a flying lesson at Palo Alto airport. Thanks +Erica Kochi!

I got a wonderful birthday present this year - a flying lesson at Palo Alto airport. Thanks +Erica Kochi!___

2012-05-08 19:39:42 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I want an Android Beam receiver on my MacBook. If I came across a website in my mobile browser that I'd like to read on the big screen, I could just beam it there.

I want an Android Beam receiver on my MacBook. If I came across a website in my mobile browser that I'd like to read on the big screen, I could just beam it there.___

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2012-05-07 23:08:06 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

Google campus from the Cessna 172 I flew this weekend. Approaching Palo Alto airport.

Google campus from the Cessna 172 I flew this weekend. Approaching Palo Alto airport.___

2012-04-27 00:25:05 (7 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"If you go to incubator that’s not Y Combinator, that is perceived as negative credential. It’s like getting a degree at Berkeley. Okay. It’s not Stanford. You can a complicated story about how you had to do it because your parents had a big mortgage or something. But it’s a hard negative signal to get past."

-- Peter Thiel, http://blakemasters.tumblr.com/post/21869934240/peter-thiels-cs183-startup-class-7-notes-essay

"If you go to incubator that’s not Y Combinator, that is perceived as negative credential. It’s like getting a degree at Berkeley. Okay. It’s not Stanford. You can a complicated story about how you had to do it because your parents had a big mortgage or something. But it’s a hard negative signal to get past."

-- Peter Thiel, http://blakemasters.tumblr.com/post/21869934240/peter-thiels-cs183-startup-class-7-notes-essay___

2012-04-25 19:15:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2012-04-24 18:57:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Finally! Google Drive is out. I've been using the internal beta for quite some time and it is excellent. Simple and reliable.

http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/introducing-google-drive-yes-really.html

Finally! Google Drive is out. I've been using the internal beta for quite some time and it is excellent. Simple and reliable.

http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/introducing-google-drive-yes-really.html___

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2012-04-24 16:16:00 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Hipmunk ad on MUNI bus: "Fly from SFO to OMG" - pretty cool.

Hipmunk ad on MUNI bus: "Fly from SFO to OMG" - pretty cool.___

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2012-04-17 09:24:41 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

How have I not heard of The Shard before? It's under construction and already the tallest building in the European Union.

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

How have I not heard of The Shard before? It's under construction and already the tallest building in the European Union.

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

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2012-04-16 07:55:11 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Looping over London as my plane was waiting for a slot to land. What's that pointy tower they've built next to London Bridge?

Looping over London as my plane was waiting for a slot to land. What's that pointy tower they've built next to London Bridge?___

2012-04-09 22:08:10 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Android's emulator just got faster.

http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2012/04/faster-emulator-with-better-hardware.html

Android's emulator just got faster.

http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2012/04/faster-emulator-with-better-hardware.html___

2012-04-09 18:46:47 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

"There are two kinds of wealth in Silicon Valley: Jet and no jet." - The Instagram founders are now the former. They've come a long way from Bourbon, their HTML5-based social networking app from way back.

"There are two kinds of wealth in Silicon Valley: Jet and no jet." - The Instagram founders are now the former. They've come a long way from Bourbon, their HTML5-based social networking app from way back.___

2012-04-05 20:35:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Larry Page: "It wasn’t always that easy. I remember first meeting Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, back in 2004. At the time, developing apps for mobile devices was incredibly painful. We had a closet full of over 100 phones, and we were building our software pretty much one device at a time. Andy believed that aligning standards around an open source operating system would drive innovation across the mobile industry. At the time, most people thought he was nuts."

t’s been just over a year since I became CEO again. Instead of our usual Founders’ Letter, I wanted to do something different and give you an update on what we are focused on. Top of my priority list has been creating a simpler, more intuitive experience across all our products so users get exactly what they need, right when they want it. While we will always have improvements to make, I am excited about our progress and the opportunities in front of Google today. You can read my CEO update below.___Larry Page: "It wasn’t always that easy. I remember first meeting Andy Rubin, the creator of Android, back in 2004. At the time, developing apps for mobile devices was incredibly painful. We had a closet full of over 100 phones, and we were building our software pretty much one device at a time. Andy believed that aligning standards around an open source operating system would drive innovation across the mobile industry. At the time, most people thought he was nuts."

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2012-04-04 20:17:41 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Watching a talk at Google by Robert Shiller on his new book "Finance and the Good Society"

Watching a talk at Google by Robert Shiller on his new book "Finance and the Good Society"___

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2012-04-04 17:47:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

+Larry Page in BusinessWeek: "I think the Android differences were actually for show. [...] I think that served [Apple's] interests. For a lot of companies, it’s useful for them to feel like they have an obvious competitor and to rally around that. I personally believe that it’s better to shoot higher. You don’t want to be looking at your competitors. You want to be looking at what’s possible and how to make the world better."

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-04-04/googles-page-apples-android-pique-for-show

+Larry Page in BusinessWeek: "I think the Android differences were actually for show. [...] I think that served [Apple's] interests. For a lot of companies, it’s useful for them to feel like they have an obvious competitor and to rally around that. I personally believe that it’s better to shoot higher. You don’t want to be looking at your competitors. You want to be looking at what’s possible and how to make the world better."

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-04-04/googles-page-apples-android-pique-for-show___

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2012-04-04 01:02:24 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Decal for my work laptop just arrived. May the force be with you!

Decal for my work laptop just arrived. May the force be with you!___

2012-03-31 19:37:33 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

The 8bit version of Google Maps is brilliant. Especially how we marked the Android building.

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ll=37.420072%2C-122.081451&spn=0.036674%2C0.084543&hnear=180+Brannan+St%2C+San+Francisco%2C+California+94105&gl=us&t=8&z=14

The 8bit version of Google Maps is brilliant. Especially how we marked the Android building.

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ll=37.420072%2C-122.081451&spn=0.036674%2C0.084543&hnear=180+Brannan+St%2C+San+Francisco%2C+California+94105&gl=us&t=8&z=14___

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2012-03-27 02:05:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

YCombinator's Demo Day is now in a much bigger venue.

YCombinator's Demo Day is now in a much bigger venue.___

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2012-03-23 01:28:20 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

I had no idea we had such cool promo videos for the Galaxy Nexus.

Galaxy Nexus: Calling All

I had no idea we had such cool promo videos for the Galaxy Nexus.

Galaxy Nexus: Calling All___

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2012-03-22 06:59:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

"This picture depicts the illuminated man made border between India and Pakistan, seen from the north from onboard the International Space Station on August 17, 2011. To the left New Delhi, and the cities of Jaipur and Jodpur. At the right edge: Karachi in Pakistan. The most striking feature is something that is frequently thought not to be visible from space - a border.

Realizing what this picture depicted had a big impact on me. When viewed from space, Earth almost always looks beautiful and peaceful. However, this picture is an example of man-made changes to the landscape in response to a threat, clearly visible from space. This was a big surprise to me.

Since the beginning of human spaceflight fifty years ago, astronauts have reflected on how peaceful, beautiful, and fragile the Earth looks from space. These reflections are not clichés that astronauts say because it feels... more »

"This picture depicts the illuminated man made border between India and Pakistan, seen from the north from onboard the International Space Station on August 17, 2011. To the left New Delhi, and the cities of Jaipur and Jodpur. At the right edge: Karachi in Pakistan. The most striking feature is something that is frequently thought not to be visible from space - a border.

Realizing what this picture depicted had a big impact on me. When viewed from space, Earth almost always looks beautiful and peaceful. However, this picture is an example of man-made changes to the landscape in response to a threat, clearly visible from space. This was a big surprise to me.

Since the beginning of human spaceflight fifty years ago, astronauts have reflected on how peaceful, beautiful, and fragile the Earth looks from space. These reflections are not clichés that astronauts say because it feels good. It is truly moving to look at the Earth from space.

The point is not that we can look down at the Earth and see a man-made border between India and Pakistan. The point is that we can look down at that same area and feel empathy for the struggles that all people face. We can look down and realize that we are all riding through the Universe together on this spaceship we call Earth, that we are all interconnected, that we are all in this together, that we are all family."
-- Ron Garan

http://fragileoasis.org/blog/2011/9/borders-from-space/___

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2012-03-20 17:54:47 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Cool location / sensor / data processing framework by the MIT Media Lab that makes it easy to use your Android phone as a data collection device. Kind of like a tricorder. My cube mate +Nadav Aharony is one of the people behind this project.

"The Funf Open Sensing Framework is an extensible sensing and data processing framework for mobile devices, developed at the MIT Media Lab. The core concept is to provide an open source, reusable set of functionalities, enabling the collection, uploading, and configuration of a wide range of data types."

Cool location / sensor / data processing framework by the MIT Media Lab that makes it easy to use your Android phone as a data collection device. Kind of like a tricorder. My cube mate +Nadav Aharony is one of the people behind this project.

"The Funf Open Sensing Framework is an extensible sensing and data processing framework for mobile devices, developed at the MIT Media Lab. The core concept is to provide an open source, reusable set of functionalities, enabling the collection, uploading, and configuration of a wide range of data types."___

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2012-03-12 18:25:45 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

In the Back to the Future time machine with +Mike LeBeau this weekend.

Taken at a very surreal Back to the Future party in Menlo Park this weekend.

In the Back to the Future time machine with +Mike LeBeau this weekend.

Taken at a very surreal Back to the Future party in Menlo Park this weekend.___

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2012-03-08 01:57:48 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

About a month ago, I switched to the Android team here at Google where I'm the Product Manager for some system and UI features that you should see in the next release of Android and beyond.

About a month ago, I switched to the Android team here at Google where I'm the Product Manager for some system and UI features that you should see in the next release of Android and beyond.___

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2012-03-07 00:12:04 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Don't think about making art, just get it done.

Our favorite Warhol Quote...___Don't think about making art, just get it done.

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2012-03-06 18:11:43 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Check out Google Play - Google's new store for movies, music, books, and apps.

https://play.google.com/
https://play.google.com/about/

Check out Google Play - Google's new store for movies, music, books, and apps.

https://play.google.com/
https://play.google.com/about/___

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2012-03-01 15:27:33 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Fascinating article on the Samwer brothers in BusinessWeek.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-02-29/the-germany-website-copy-machine

Fascinating article on the Samwer brothers in BusinessWeek.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-02-29/the-germany-website-copy-machine___

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2012-02-28 22:19:59 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Just visited the Google Ventures startup lab which is slightly off the Google campus. Cool that Google Ventures provides this space for their portfolio companies.

Just visited the Google Ventures startup lab which is slightly off the Google campus. Cool that Google Ventures provides this space for their portfolio companies.___

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2012-02-23 19:19:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Most awesome rumor I've heard in a while: Apple to bring triple display support to MacBook Air. I'll be the first to line up for this as I dearly miss my old setup where I had two large screens next to each other attached to my IBM Thinkpad.

http://www.macrumors.com/2011/12/06/ivy-bridge-to-bring-triple-display-support-to-macbook-air/

Most awesome rumor I've heard in a while: Apple to bring triple display support to MacBook Air. I'll be the first to line up for this as I dearly miss my old setup where I had two large screens next to each other attached to my IBM Thinkpad.

http://www.macrumors.com/2011/12/06/ivy-bridge-to-bring-triple-display-support-to-macbook-air/___

2012-02-18 02:36:02 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Today is the 2nd anniversary of Google's reMail acquisition and my reReturn to Google. Time flies.

Today is the 2nd anniversary of Google's reMail acquisition and my reReturn to Google. Time flies.___

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2012-02-17 22:14:34 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

"Modesty preferred"

"Modesty preferred"___

2012-02-01 05:36:14 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Check out this plane flying over Russell Square in London in Google Maps satellite view.

http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=51.522194,-0.126187&spn=0.001999,0.003098&radius=15000&t=h&z=19

Check out this plane flying over Russell Square in London in Google Maps satellite view.

http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=51.522194,-0.126187&spn=0.001999,0.003098&radius=15000&t=h&z=19___

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2012-01-30 16:10:56 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Something had to happen eventually: Fractured my left pinky finger while snowboarding in Breckenridge on Saturday. Now rocking a splint.

In a way I feel blessed that this is all that happened: Any other finger or a wrist injury would have been far more painful and expensive to fix.

Something had to happen eventually: Fractured my left pinky finger while snowboarding in Breckenridge on Saturday. Now rocking a splint.

In a way I feel blessed that this is all that happened: Any other finger or a wrist injury would have been far more painful and expensive to fix.___

2012-01-25 19:20:20 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

One day I will start a blog "Stuff Googlers Like". It will be modeled after "Stuff White People Like" and "Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like". So far, I have enough material for about 15 episodes.

One day I will start a blog "Stuff Googlers Like". It will be modeled after "Stuff White People Like" and "Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like". So far, I have enough material for about 15 episodes.___

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2012-01-22 01:25:04 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

In Squaw with some Googlers!

In Squaw with some Googlers!___

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2012-01-18 18:10:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I just signed this petition.

I just signed this petition.___

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2012-01-18 16:39:28 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

If you're not already aware of the contents of the SOPA and PIPA bills being debated by the U.S. Congress, I would encourage you to read about them. If you think that the laws should not be passed as they currently stand, as I believe they should not, I'd encourage you to sign the petition below and share it with your friends and colleagues.

If you're not already aware of the contents of the SOPA and PIPA bills being debated by the U.S. Congress, I would encourage you to read about them. If you think that the laws should not be passed as they currently stand, as I believe they should not, I'd encourage you to sign the petition below and share it with your friends and colleagues.___

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2012-01-18 16:39:07 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Zerocater billboard along 101. After Hipmunk this is my second portfolio company that's invested in a billboard. YCombinator companies are literally leaving their mark on the Valley.

Zerocater billboard along 101. After Hipmunk this is my second portfolio company that's invested in a billboard. YCombinator companies are literally leaving their mark on the Valley.___

2012-01-16 19:22:12 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

My former coworker +Greg Duffy is featured on TechCrunch today showing off the new Dropcam HD. It's great for watching your driveway for marauding zombies, even at night.
http://techcrunch.com/2012/01/16/dropcam-ceo-greg-duffy-on-getting-into-hardware-dont-ship-before-its-ready/

My former coworker +Greg Duffy is featured on TechCrunch today showing off the new Dropcam HD. It's great for watching your driveway for marauding zombies, even at night.
http://techcrunch.com/2012/01/16/dropcam-ceo-greg-duffy-on-getting-into-hardware-dont-ship-before-its-ready/___

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