New photo set on Flickr – parkrun-StrathclydePark-20160402

New photo set parkrun-StrathclydePark-20160402 –
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New photo set on Flickr – parkrun-StrathclydePark-20160326

New photo set parkrun-StrathclydePark-20160326 –
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New photo set on Flickr – MND Scotland Cornflower Ball 2016

New photo set MND Scotland Cornflower Ball 2016 –
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New photo set on Flickr – Photowalk 20160228

New photo set Photowalk 20160228 – Convinced I needed a new camera despite hardly using this one, I decided to go for a walk and TAKE photos.
I don’t need a new camera – still love this one.
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Email Best Practices for Teams

A client asked me for our best practices around email communications, to share with their globally dispersed teams. They had learned the keys to getting to inbox zero, but their productivity was stymied by the sheer volume of unproductive emails being sent around the company. These tips were born out of the shared practices we use here at […]

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Someone Calculated How Much Money We’ve Fictionally Wasted Saving Matt Damon

I think it’s time to let Matt Damon die, y’all.

According to Quora user Kynan Eng‘s calculations, if all of Matt Damon’s characters were real, we would have already spent nearly a trillion dollars trying to save him:

Courage Under Fire (Gulf War 1 helicopter rescue): $300k
Saving Private Ryan (WW2 Europe search party): $100k
Titan AE (Earth evacuation spaceship): $200B
Syriana (Middle East private security return flight): $50k
Green Zone (US Army transport from Middle East): $50k
Elysium (Space station security deployment and damages): $100m
Interstellar (Interstellar spaceship): $500B
The Martian (Mars mission): $200B
TOTAL: $900B plus change

What is it about Matt Damon’s face that makes people want to keep him safe? Apparently his movies have only grossed $2.7B, so he’s not even close to pulling his own fake weight.

matt damon leave him there

from FAIL Blog

Search “Bubble Level” On Google On Your Phone to Get a Working Level

Search "Bubble Level" On Google On Your Phone to Get a Working Level

Google has recently added yet another occasionally handy tool to its search box, if you’re searching from a phone. Just type in “bubble level” and you can get a box that uses your phone’s accelerometer to determine if something’s level or not.

While it’s obviously possible that a digital representation of a bubble level could be incorrectly calibrated and thus slightly off, this tool still does the job in a pinch. In my tests it was accurate to at least within one degree. If you need reliability in your everyday work, you’re probably already carrying a real bubble level with you, but for those one-off times when you can’t find your level, your phone can do in a pinch.

Reddit via Android Police

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New photo set on Flickr – Glasgow Santa Dash

New photo set Glasgow Santa Dash –
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New photo set on Flickr – Auto Upload

New photo set Auto Upload –
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Bookmarked Wintercroft ® – Low-Poly Masks

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