This service plots your social activity on a timeline. My Twitter updates aren't on there (too many?) but this already seems to be a useful personal tool.
I like to put a date on my lunchbag. If I don’t want it eaten, I date it with a day two weeks prior – so anyone seeing the date will think it’s old and nasty. J Heh.
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It seems that lunches have been disappearing from the refrigerators. It’s saddening to not find your lunch in the frig when it’s lunch time.
Here are some suggestions to help prevent the disappearance:
–Bring your food in unique looking lunch boxes with your name labeled on the box
–Bring your food in dark plastic bags with your name labeled on the bag
–use the same refrigerator everyday when storing your food (it will help minimize trying to remember where you put it)
–if you didn’t put it in the frig, don’t remove it.
Remember: the refrigerators are cleaned out every Friday night. Take your containers home before they are thrown out.
I’m in NYC today to be a part of a large HP/YouTube livestream event called HP ePrint Live. HP’s latest printers with ePrint functionality are taking center stage during a two-hour livestream hosted on both HP’s You Tube channel and Facebook page from 12 – 2 p.m. PST. We’ve got Rob Riggle (The Daily Show, Saturday Night Live and The Hangover) and actors from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCB Theatre) here to perform improv comedy skits in real time based on ideas sent by the online viewing audience to printers sitting right on the stage.
Here’s how you can play along:
- If you have a clever idea – send in your skit suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone who sends in a skit idea will get a Best Buy gift card if you buy an HP ePrint-enabled printer.
- Today from 12 – 2 p.m. PST watch the LIVESTREAM on HP’s YouTube page, HP for Home Facebook page, or on your mobile phone from the HP ePrintLive mobile site
- Today from 2 – 4 p.m. PST watch the REPLAY of livestream on HP’s YouTube page, HP for Home Facebook page, or on your mobile phone from the HP ePrintLive mobile site
- After the event, the best skits will be edited and posted to HP’s YouTube page Until January 26, the actors will continue to create custom skits based on all of the ideas that were ePrinted to the printers – the finished skits will be uploaded toHP’s YouTube page. If yours is selected, we’ll let you know by sending you the video link.