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  1. Just make sure to always buy the Norway Farmed stuff and not the Chilean. They are right next to each other and the price difference is like $1 a pound. Much stricter regulations in Norway when it comes to farming fish which leads to healthier fish.

  2. akim says:

    Not necessarily true - the Baltics are notoriously polluted.

  3. No, it’s not going through the digestive tract. You should be fine.

  4. Naked women wedged between buildings

  5. Terminator transport error. The coordinates were a bit off.

  6. I’m looking at Specialized - they look so slick and I love the built in battery. What kind of range do you get with yours?

  7. You can download the M1 version here -

  8. Great and insightful post! Thanks!

  9. The family that ran Primo sold it to Sushi2Go and unfortunately retired. The Greek veggie was my go to as well. :(

  10. He did fence before. Any recommendations?

  11. I’ll have to check this out. Thanks!

  12. I feel like you're better than this subreddit.

  13. I tried finding an uber two weeks ago at the hour with no luck. Washington Flyer showed up with no problems at that hour.

  14. Totally agree with the point about positioning, but I don't want to misrepresent my experience (nor should I have to IMO). Yeah, I have come to the conclusion that I may have to launch a B2C product on my own at this point just to have that in my portfolio...which is seems like an extreme solution. I've pitched to a range of companies, from fortune 500 to a couple smaller startups. I would think it was me, if the response wasn't so uniform: "we're really looking for someone that's managed a consumer-facing product." It makes me wonder if when describing my process, I'm simply missing something specific to consumer applications.

  15. While the process for product development may share some similarities between consumer apps versus enterprise software, the two tracks measure and emphasize different data points. For instance, growth and engagement scores are very likely to be measured differently. Enterprise apps probably don't care about virality, nor how sticky an app is.

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