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Max The Magnificent
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Re: GG Max
Max The Magnificent   8/12/2013 10:52:57 AM
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@nemos: Hahaha nice one Max but why freaky ? all those information (especially the application) looks great, by the way I am checking those one by one ;)


Let me know what you think when you;ve checked them out. Re "freaky" ... it just sort of sounded good with "Friday" ... also some of the links I will be posting in the weeks to come are a tad "strange" :-)

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Re: Editors are useful after all
Max The Magnificent   8/12/2013 10:51:02 AM
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@Brian: Nice to have you sorting through the haystack for some interesting bits for the rest of us.

It's my very great pleasure -- the thing is that there is so much cool and interesting "stuff" out there, but there's no time to spend finding it -- so it's great that my friends share these interesting links with me ... and now I can share them with you :-)

kfield
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App number one
kfield   8/11/2013 3:06:57 PM
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Does the first one, "throwing your phone up in the air" come with an insurance policy???

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Mechanical Marvels
DrFPGA   8/10/2013 6:22:43 PM
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Max-

Your link to the fantastic 507 is just too good. I can't stop myself from clicking.

Is there a gear linkage someplace that can stop me? Maybe if applied to the top of my head?

Now we just need an app that allows us to connect several of these together and get a 'simulation' running. How would I get any work done then?

Duane Benson
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Water related
Duane Benson   8/10/2013 2:30:20 PM
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This one goes along with your most absorbent material link: click here. It really looks too good to be real - more like a scam than an actual invention, but I've seen it in enough places that it's likely to be real. I'd love to get some of the stuff and see how well it works.

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Maybe not freaky
Duane Benson   8/10/2013 2:25:15 PM
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Depending on your perspective, this one could be considered very freaky. Or not. I would have to crawl under a rock without this one: Common errors in English.

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Re: Minining the cloud?
Crusty1   8/10/2013 1:28:41 PM
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@Max: With so much storage now happening in the cloud, think what data mining will be like in 10, 100, 1000, years? That is if we can still read the format?

Nemos
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GG Max
Nemos   8/10/2013 1:02:18 PM
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Hahaha nice one Max but why freaky ? all those information (especially the application) looks great, by the way I am checking those one by one ;) 

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Editors are useful after all
Brian at Impulse   8/10/2013 12:34:43 PM
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Hey Max, 

Nice to have you sorting through the haystack for some interesting bits for the rest of us. Keep it up.

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