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FAT news — From Around Twitter and the Internet — 2018, week 22



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FAT news — From Around Twitter and the Internet — 2018, week 15

⬇”Research at NVIDIA: AI Reconstructs Photos with Realistic Results”

“A walkthrough of how to set up Windows 10 to never bother you unnecessarily again.” ⬇⬇⬇ https://tek.io/2JDiPoT



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FAT news — From Around Twitter — 2018, week 8



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Does VR really need to be IMAX? And other first-world questions

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Vysor easily controls an Android device from a computer

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A few days ago I was in someone’s Busker broadcast to play their version of “Name That Tune” and I was able to type really fast thanks to something called Vysor. Vysor lets you mirror what’s on your Android onto a PC screen. You then tell the Android that you want to type with Vysor, meaning you want to type with your PC. For more info, go to the link below.

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Google ‘Helpouts’ is shutting down on April 20

Google ‘Helpouts’ is shutting down on April 20

Google says ‘goodbye’ to a lot of things. Well, I guess that’s to be expected when a person or organization experiments a lot. If you made Helpouts a part of your marketing mix, I feel for you. You need to understand that that type of integration is always a risk, so learn from this is the best thing I can tell you right now. As Susan Finch says, you can’t put all your eggs into one marketing basket [click here]. Share your comments on the Google+ thread by clicking the link. What better place to discuss this than Google+? 🙂 Some comments are there already about Google wanting 20 percent of Helpouts participants’ profits. Could Helpouts have been made viable if Google wanted a lower cut, etc.?