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Neil deGrasse Tyson ‏@neiltyson 
- The Moon’s Motivation: Luna is desperately trying to slow Earth’s rotation so that one Earth day eventually equals one Month.
- Earth has already tidally locked the Moon, which is why it shows only one face to Earth - the “near” side.
- Contrary to Pink Floyd's 1973 album-cover proclamation, there is no Dark Side of the Moon. A day there simply lasts a month.
- At the (slow) rate the Moon is tidally locking Earth, the Sun will die before it succeeds — a more important concern for all.
- Look up this eve, or the next. Venus sparkles in the west.  Gracing twilight’s glow, find Jupiter nearby, seemingly in tow.
- And yup. Today, June 30, 2015, was also Asteroid Day: http://www.asteroidday.org  

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Angular Material Design 0.10.0 is available
Our release candidate is all grown up! Check out http://material.angularjs.org for a first look at Menu, as well as new community-contributed FAB Speed Dial and FAB Toolbar. Thanks to +Topher Fangio for the two new FAB components, and +Ryan Schmukler for Menu. Onward and upwards! 
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Finally understand all thats important about politics, energy, the future, and @TeslaMotors all in one (long) article http://waitbutwhy.com/2015/06/how-tesla-will-change-your-life.html
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Published a quick screencast showing off the latest Angular 2 example code, now with no install hacks! https://youtu.be/HmWm21cCAXM 
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check out +Brian Ford's recent State of the Union of the new #angular   #router !
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Has anyone explored using +AngularJS with http://glamjs.org  for 3d rendering?
GLAM (GL And Markup) is a declarative language for 3D web content. GLAM combines the power of WebGL with a set of easy-to-use markup tags and style properties. With GLAM, 3D authoring is like any other web authoring. To make 3D, you create elements, set their attributes, add event listeners, ...
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Angular team meeting notes are out for this short week! (Angular 2 upgrade planning, new intern on WebWorkers) https://docs.google.com/document/d/150lerb1LmNLuau_a_EznPV1I1UHMTbEl61t4hZ7ZpS0
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AngularJS v1.4.1 - hyperionic-illumination - is released!

This is our first point release of AngularJS 1.4 and it contains a load of fixes and improvements. Have you tried upgrading
yet?

You can see the full range of changes here: https://github.com/angular/angular.js/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md#141-hyperionic-illumination-2015-06-16

Thanks to those who contributed to this release:

Allan Bogh, Boris Cherny, Caitlin Potter, Conny Sjöblom, Daniel, David Anderton, David Eriksson, David Link, Dominick, Fred Sauer, Georgios Kalpakas, Henry Zhu, Igor Minar, Jason Bedard, Jeff Lee, Josh Sherick, Kevin Huang, Lucas Galfaso, Martin Staffa, Matias Niemelä, Michael Watts, Michal Miszczyszyn, Pascal Precht, Peter Bacon Darwin, Ran Ding, Robert Jenks, Ron Tsui, Rouven Weßling, Ryan Dale, Steve Mao, Steven Easter, Tero Parviainen, Thomas Landauer, Vladimir Lugovsky, Wenhua Zhao, Will Fong, Xavier Haniquaut, Yi EungJun, Yuriy Bash, fahdsheikh, pholly, qbzzt and shoja;

also Mark Anderson who spent a long time patiently working through the IE9 $location bug with Pete.
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To all my friends in the Mountain View area! +Martin Gontovnikas and I are going to be hosting a meetup on June 24 at Udacity to talk about +AngularJS and security. Come hang out! It is going to be a super fun, super laid back evening with plenty of snacks and great content.

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We would like to invite you to come and spend an evening with Martin Gonto as he talks practical techniques to securing your Angular application. Lukas Ruebbelke and Martin Gonto will be doing a full day workshop at Angular U and are making a condensed version of their workshop available for the community.  Martin will cover how cookie and token authentication works and how to create a login mechanism that will either grant or restrict access to ...
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Angular 1.4.0 - jaracimrman-existence - is now out!  A huge thanks  to all who contributed!
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The one-room schoolhouse (Eureka #1) where my dad went to school.  Our house was built on that site.  We're now putting a blackboard from that schoolhouse into our new house here in California.  

I love having a connection with the past.
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If you haven't heard from Electron (formerly known as Atom Shell) you should check out the gitgub repo at https://github.com/atom/electron During this post, I will not provide an introduction for all the different tools and frameworks...
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I'm an engineering director at Google. I manage development of the AngularJS framework and Google's internal sales productivity products. I'm also author of the O'Reilly book titled 'AngularJS' available at http://www.amazon.com/AngularJS-Brad-Green/dp/1449344852.
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Worked for Steve Jobs, sold a company, know how to roast whole animals
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