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Andrew Kornblatt
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Did you know that it is #endangeredspecies  day?
 
Not only is today #Friday, but it is also #endangeredspeciesday . Before you #TGIF , remember to celebrate the #species  we have on this planet. 

Here you see the #Hawksbill   #SeaTurtle , a critically #endangered   #ocean  species. 

We invite you to post photos of YOUR favorite endangered ocean species. 

#tgiGIF   #turtle   #endangered   #endangeredspecies   #animation  
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Boldly go and prosper...
 
In addition to acting, Mr. Nimoy directed films; published poetry, autobiographies and books of photography; and recorded music.
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Earth Pro is FREE?!?!?
 
Google Earth Pro is now free! Learn more: http://goo.gl/XYRv1D
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I gotta say, love how much #mindfulness is becoming a bigger thing in the public discourse. 
Anderson Cooper explores the science behind meditation.
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Hugs are good for people. 
 
White cop, black boy hug at Portland rally for #Ferguson: story behind a striking photo http://boingboing.net/2014/11/28/white-cop-black-boy-hug-at-po.html
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The +BLUE OceanFilmFest has kept me in the blue mind and made want to be underwater.
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Yesterday, #California passed a #plasticbagban,  as one of the author's of San Jose's ban, here are some of my thoughts.
Yesterday California became the first state in the nation to ban plastic bags from grocery stories. Building on similar efforts by municipalities such as San Francisco, San Jose, Washington D.C. and others throughout the coun...
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Come check out the #earthday   #hangout  on #art  and #conservation  
 
Art has a way of inspiring the viewer. It has the power to communicate complex ideas and play on the emotions like no other method. In this hangout we will be chatting with artists as they talk about their work, about the complex ecological thoughts they are trying to convey and how they see their work as a tool to inspire change. 

Guests: 
Asher Jay
 Pam Longbardi
 Courtney Matison 
 Mara Haseltine
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Online Ocean Symposium. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Come check out the top #OCEAN  hangouts of 2014, where I get to interview people like +Richard Branson and +Sylvia Earle and talk about issues like #StarFish  and #Acidification  and #SharkWeek  
 
In Celebration of the New Year, the Symposium goes over the top 5 Ocean Hangouts we put together in the last year. Here is looking at many more in the upcoming year!
The Online Ocean Symposium goes over the top 5 hangouts from 2014. Come check out the magic and the conversations....
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I am interviewing Richard Branson, Sylvia Earle and a whole bunch of ocean heros today! Come check it out.
 
Championing the High Seas will feature persons leading the way in various efforts around the globe to conserve and protect the biodiversity of the high seas.  

Join us for an interactive conversation!
Guests include:
+Sylvia Earle  - +National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence
+Dan Laffoley  - +IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature  Global Marine and Polar Programme
Sir +Richard Branson - +Virgin, Ocean Elder
John Weller, Pew Fellow, Noted Marine Photographer (Antarctic); Ambassador Eden Charles, Trinidad & Tobago, UN Diplomat 
Nainoa Thompson, President of Polynesian Voyaging Society and Ocean Elder

Come learn about the key issues involved in their important and varied work to protect over one-half our our "blue" planet. 

The +IUCN World Parks Congress - Sydney, November 2014, November 2014 is coming up and in support of our Ocean Parks and Marine Protected Areas we are hosting a series of Google Hangouts on Air surrounding ocean issues with participants live, on the ground in Sydney, Australia.
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Ocean Deadzones

#Ocean  deadzones are spots in the sea where life no longer exists. They occur when massive fertilizer runoff (or other ocean crises) set in motion an oxygen-depriving chain of events leading to the death in one spot of fish, crabs and other sea creatures. In 1975, there was one documented deadzone. In 2014, there were 500+.

This #gif  is from the recent +Mission Blue documentary.
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Nice low key spot to get work done in Davis. Good juice and delicious food.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Fantastic shop with an nostalgic feel. Incredible selection of sodas including their very own, far too delicious caffeinated beverages.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
When I first heard the hype about Blue Bottle, I wasn't sure. One taste of the chicory laden New Orleans style iced coffee and I was in love. The waffles are mouth watering as well. Even though the place is constantly busy, the staff is friendly and enjoyable. You need to try this coffee, if only once in your life.
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reviewed a year ago
Zam Zam is a hidden local gem that everyone should check out at some point. The lighting is low, the walls can be torn in certain areas and there is usually an older, sleepy dog hanging out in the corner. The jukebox is magical and so are the drinks. For those who like absinthe, order a sazarac. Altogether, Zam Zam belongs in a Tom Waits song.
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As someone who doesn't know a thing about framing, these guys were a godsend. Not only did they match the painting with the perfect frame but they even did a great job hanging it in my place.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Great service from a friendly and knowledgable staff.
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reviewed a year ago
While slightly expensive, this speakeasy themed bar is filled with specialty booze, suspenders and house-made bitters. Watching the expert bartenders work their craft is almost like watching an alchemist with a flair of magic.
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