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Matt Cutts
I saw this ad a bajillion years ago and liked it so much that I kept it.
Emmy is helping me with some filing.
A page from @WIRED magazine in the 90s: a plan to encrypt 5% of the net. #EncryptEverything
I'm starting to realize that I have a paper problem.
Dr. Eakin taught Modern Algebra so well it was like a cliffhanger thriller.
Cleaning out piles of paper and found my first C program. #helloworld is a new, neat way to see projects that makers have done.
"We strongly support the *idea* of kittens, but little Freckles had to die, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"
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Why am I excited by Project Soli?… Because in my day, we had to deal with stuff like this.
I hope virtual reality is less dorky this time around. Because VR in the 90s was totally dorky.
Finding some ancient stuff in these boxes of paper I'm going through.
With Google Photos, backup & store unlimited, high-quality photos and videos. For free. #io15
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Which really just proves that any of us can be wrong, I suppose. I found the quote looking through old papers.
Enjoying #MakerFaire today is inspiring me to revive my dormant project tinkering.
Just hanging with @joshu and his amazing robot.
I have invented the world's slowest display. (also featuring @mattcutts)
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We’re opening our database tech to developers worldwide. Introducing Google Cloud Bigtable:
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So far my first attempt to make a Cajun sauce is more rueful than roux-ful.
I made my Harry Potter stamp face off against He Who Shall Not Be Named.
"Why did your computer break?" "The octopus part was unhappy."
Hey spam folks at Twitter, looks like a pipeline stopped running. cc @delbius

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