Scott Ingram
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8/30/19
1:44 PM
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With my Pixel right now it’s less about “as good as”, and more about “as usable as”. If I am not selling / printing the image then my Pixel is just as usable as my mirror-less (to the point I did not even bring it on my last vacation) and immensely more transportable. The images look fantastic on a monitor, my phone Read more

8/28/19
2:23 PM
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Something like this, but done via a major manufacture with good quality control.

8/28/19
2:12 PM
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My first introduction to immersive / VR style gaming was in the 80's with this guy.

8/2/19
3:30 PM
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Totally get it. Will see how this ends up being post launch and see if I want to make the switch.

7/31/19
11:59 AM
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The Nest Doorbell does a great job with this.  It’s spot on with it’s notifications.  It’s really about what environment your bought into.  I have a few google homes and displays.  Having notifications (with names of known faces) and the video automatically broadcasted to the displays was what sold it for me over the Read more

7/31/19
11:49 AM
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Totally. It’s pretty damn incredible. All these stories that are painting the channel crossing as a failure and not really capturing the awesomeness of what he has done here. A few more iterations and testing and it will be impressive to see what this will be capable of.

7/31/19
11:46 AM
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I was very much in the same camp but caved earlier in the year and bought the iPad Pro 12.9".  I have to say is’s just fantastic.  With that said, this is starting to finally look like a good alternative.

7/25/19
5:28 PM
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His earlier videos of flying over the Colorado river outside of Moab are amazing to watch.

6/26/19
5:34 PM
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The last hoover I bought was not great.  This thing though seems like the real deal.

6/26/19
5:19 PM
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Understood. I have a cat and and a 9 year old son, so my definition of messy is probably a far shade different than yours at the moment.  Vacuum bags are low on the list.

6/25/19
3:39 PM
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Had a Dyson V8 Animal, the versatility was nice but just had no grunt. I picked up a Hoover WindTunel 3 Max as a open box item from Home Depot on a whim for under $100 and used it on the same floor that I had just gone over with the Dyson. It was like night and day the amount of dirt it pulled up, the power on that Read more

6/25/19
11:43 AM
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That reminds me that I need to re-watch it (and Nausicaa) now with my son that just turned 9. It was a little too mature for him previously and we stuck to things like Ponyo.

6/24/19
1:26 PM
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While I am not sure I would trust the 2 person version of the Intex kayak to be comfortable, I can attest to the single seater being quite awesome for something that you can take to the lake in a bag, blow it up and spend quality time on the water for $60.

While I am not sure I would trust the 2 person version of the Intex kayak to be comfortable, I can attest to the

6/24/19
1:19 PM
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Hmmm, so how about Pom Poko and it’s message on environmentalism and humans vs Wall-E that covers the same ground in a different manner?

6/20/19
12:01 PM
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It would be awesome if certain combinations of crystal and holocron/lightsaber performed some sort of action in hidden locations within the park via NFC or some other proximity based interaction. Like a Jedi treasure hunt.

6/13/19
9:31 PM
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Any idea if Sega is going to sell a US version of the mini tower add on, or am I going to have to import one?

6/11/19
4:47 PM
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Keep in mind that part of the shortcomings of the PSNow services and others is where they reside on the network. Google and to a slightly lesser extent Microsoft have deep data centers that reduce latency by a significant margin. It’s the reason you see Sony partnering with Microsoft to stream.

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