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Join us on April 20th at Unity Village, as the three Rotary Clubs of Lees Summit hold our first peace forum. We are bringing in four world renowned speakers to tell us how we can make a difference and build peace in our time.

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On April 20th the Rotary Clubs of Lee's Summit MO will team up with Unity Village to bring the areas first peace forum, called Peace Thru Service. Registration is now open. If your club wants to be awarded the Presidential Citation there is no easier way than simply attending a peace forum. Now is the time to celebrate peace, work for peace and come together for one day to make it happen.

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Not sure how many of you here are in the US, but I find this graphic interesting a several levels.
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So how would this be different than a page on G+?

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This is a great book, so looking forward to the second movie, finally!

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Just plain freakin amazing.
MIT student creates computer-controlled magic levitation.

MIT genius +Jinha Lee has created an incredible computer-controlled system for levitating objects.

The project, called ZeroN, uses magnets, a Kinect visual system, plus special software that enables either the computer to move a steel ball around in space, or a human to just grab it and move it, essentially telling the computer where it should go.

It can even remember how it was moved, then repeat the movement automatically.

I need one.

By the way, if +Jinha Lee looks familiar, he's the same guy in a video I shared on an entirely different project: A Microsoft research initiative to create a transparent-display 3D augmented reality system: Applied Sciences Group: Interactive Displays: Behind the Screen Overlay Interactions

http://www.leejinha.com/zeron

http://web.media.mit.edu/~jinhalee/zeron_jinha_lee.pdf

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Have you heard of the Job Corps program? Me neither! It is a program ran by the Department of Labor, taking kids off the street and getting them free training in very technical skills to become productive members of society, have a listen!
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