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High Definition with Glass Shards
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High Definition with Glass Shards

Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

Diana has two ouchies, Pixie has something on her butt, and I sing weird songs every time I drive! It’s just Pirillo Vlog 720 life!

New Android Camera App
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New Android Camera App

Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

What do you think about the changes we’ve been making this week over at the LockerGnome site? We want to hear your feedback! Also: have you downloaded the new Android camera app? How well do you (or don’t you!) like it so far? Thanks to all of our patrons for making this TLDR possible! How […]

What Did You Learn From Your First Job?
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What Did You Learn From Your First Job?

Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

Bryan Helmle asked: What was your first “real” job that you had and what is the most important thing you learned from it? I don’t know how you choose to define “real,” but I’ve always taken my assigned tasks seriously. Even if I was ever a small link in the chain, I always felt my […]

Is There Too Much Content Online?
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Is There Too Much Content Online?

Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

Steven Earl asks: Do you think there is an overabundance of content on the internet and is that necessarily a bad thing for content consumers? No. The problem isn’t a flood of great content – it’s a lack of time to take all of that great content in. The issue is in time management and […]

What Do You Think About Your Car?
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What Do You Think About Your Car?

Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

Philippe Yu asks: What are your thoughts about your car? It’s a car. I drive it. Apart from that, much like any average computer system or gadget, I don’t think much about it as long as it’s working and working well. I don’t buy cars, though – I lease them. The technology in automobiles advances […]

Can Lenovo Succeed with Motorola?
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Can Lenovo Succeed with Motorola?

Apr 17, 2014 | No Comments

Alberto Martínez Rodríguez asks: Do you think Lenovo will succeed integrating Motorola in their company like they did with IBM and the Thinkpad brand back in the day? I think there’s a chance, but… who are those devices for? Are those users already being better served by another product? Back in the day, just about […]

Will Fragmentation Destroy Android?
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Will Fragmentation Destroy Android?

Apr 17, 2014 | One Comment

Ricky Antonio Marin asks: Will the thing that destroys Android be fragmentation? I think the thing that destroys Android is ultimately what destroys any powerful ecosystem: outside forces, potentially ones that don’t even exist yet. Yes, there’s a fair amount of fragmented experiences that Android users suffer… but Google has been working diligently on minimizing […]

Partial Eclipse of the Heart
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Partial Eclipse of the Heart

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

I sound like Tom Waits in a good chunk of Pirillo Vlog 719. Stay hydrated, kids.

Can You Identify an Android Phone by Touch?
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Can You Identify an Android Phone by Touch?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

Great comment from this TLDR: do you think T-Mobile’s move to get rid of all overage charges will cause an influx of people switching companies? Thanks to all of our patrons for making this TLDR possible! I don’t think you should listen to the Muppet Christ Superstar album unless your bladder is empty. Mario and […]

How Do You Raise Your Children?
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How Do You Raise Your Children?

Apr 16, 2014 | No Comments

This is something we think about a lot. When you’re expecting a child, your mind naturally wonders what he or she will be like growing up. What will they enjoy? Will they excel in something? Will they enjoy the things we do, or be a confusing little opposite? Ryan Underwood asked: WWYD if your child […]

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