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Weekly Lifestream for April 8th

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Google Maps 8-bit for NES https://t.co/5pV3FLy1 [ericblue]
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Very happy to find a ubiquity port for Chrome https://t.co/gh4A19mn [ericblue]
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RT @EricTopol: Towards digitizing memory and the brain http://t.co/Y8LZeeeE #CDoM #digitalhealth [ericblue]
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Thank you Family Guy… Ladies and Gentlemen… Mr. Conway Twitty http://t.co/2nZHXUsk [ericblue]
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RT @Stanford: How to perform under pressure: @StanfordEd Prof. Cohen recommends remembering what really matters: http://t.co/V0CKE1zy [ericblue]
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Nice! Figured out I could hack my Samsung TV to send SMS, Popup, and calendar reminders! [ericblue]
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Thinking it won’t be too hard to make my TV Google Voice, Latitude, and SMS aware. Should only take an hour or two… stay tuned :) [ericblue]
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New Github repo – STEM – Samsung TV Enhanced Messaging – https://t.co/IkONcRvB [ericblue]
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Next step – send a STEM message to my TV if my Fitbit activity score is too low! #quantifiedself [ericblue]
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It’s been on my list for a little while, but finally hacking away at Twilio! Wrote my first Hello World app… cool stuff. [ericblue]
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About 5 minutes away from being able to directly call and SMS my TV! I don’t know if it’s 100% practical but pretty cool! :) [ericblue]
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RT @lsmarr: Mining Our Personal Data for Self-Discovery (http://t.co/cSi3ZSPD) How Steve Wolfram &I use visual analytics to reveal aspec … [ericblue]

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