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20 surprising facts about giraffes http://ow.ly/2FXUKI
Did you know that giraffes have really long necks? Of course, of course. Hm, let's see here. Did you know that they have really, really long and purple tongues? We're talking twenty inches long, wh...
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cc: +Carol Knight 
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More Australian innovation: shark-deterrent wetsuit

http://ow.ly/w5fab
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+Todor Kolev haha
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Art of the Start: Turning Ideas into High-Growth Businesses
A +Skillshare class

Myself and my business partner Bill Bill Reichart have been involved with a plethora of new businesses over the years, both from the company and investor side. Our seed capital investment fund Garage Technology Ventures has provided early support for major startups like Pandora and we continue to meet with hundreds of aspiring entrepreneurs every year. Needless to say we have seen it all when it comes to business plans and pitches!

Sure, all businesses are different, but trust us, there are steadfast principles that can be applied to all new business ideas that will position them for success and garner the interest of investors. This class provides those principles so you, along with the rest of the Skillshare community, can take your concept to the next level.

Here is a hint: those who set out to make meaning are much more likely to succeed than those who set out to make money.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/1f6H7Ga
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That sounds great, Guy. May I also ask you if you got my emails? Tks. +Guy Kawasaki 
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This is now a reality.
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congratulations to you both!!!
Welcome to the hood!!!
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RSVP to the #virgindisruptors  event with +Richard Branson here
I'll be moderating the panel and it will be livestreamed and recorded.

We'll be discussing this question "Have entrepreneurs lost the will to innovate?" and more.
 
Featuring a panel of the industry’s most disruptive minds including Richard Branson, submit your #virgindisruptors  questions now! 
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Do we need anything new?
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6 childish things airport security has done http://ow.ly/2FXNpj
Everyone loves the TSA, right? ...Right? Is this thing on? Well, everyone at least loves complaining about the TSA. This Cracked article will give you six more reasons to be annoyed with the TSA. Y...
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Hmm it does get very annoying when people only provide a link to their site to raise their ratings.
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Welcome to the Planet of the Apes: a bonobo just built a fire and roasted marshmallows [video] http://ow.ly/2FXGz6
Well, its finally happened. Mankind has engineered its doom. You may have thought we did it half a century ago when we split the atom, but nope, it just happened recently when a group of researcher...
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This just in: reported rise in the number of bonobos committing arson...
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A UFO identification guide from 1967 http://ow.ly/2FXw86
Wondering if the mysterious object that spooked the neighborhood last night has a history of hovering over our home planet? Though it's a bit out of date, this UFO identification guide from Bruc...
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The aliens have gone into hiding. They are camera shy, you know. 
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How to make 280mph capable carbon fiber wheels - /INSIDE KOENIGSEGG

http://ow.ly/w4VbB
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Very PROPRIETARY Tech!!!
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13 Jack Nicholson quotes http://ow.ly/2FXfF4
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Uncle Jack!

j/k, same last name, no relation that I'm aware of.
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Guy Kawasaki is the chief evangelist of Canva, an online graphic design tool. Formerly, he was an advisor to the Motorola business unit of Google and chief evangelist of Apple. He is also the author of APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur--How to Publish a Book,  What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us, and Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and ActionsKawasaki has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from UCLA as well as an honorary doctorate from Babson College.

I publish approximately five-ten posts per day. The topics that I focus on are marketing, enchantment, social media, entrepreneurship, innovation, venture capital, science, and photography.

I'm revising Art of the Start, if you'd like to be in my notification circle to receive updates and provide feedback, please leave a comment on this post.
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I wrote much of Enchantment, What the Plus!, and APE at La Tartine. I love that there's lots of parking across the street, there's good Wifi, and there are no VCs eating there. The staff is very nice, and the food is very good. It's as close to the Seine as you can get in Redwood City. :-) It would be nice if there were electric plugs on the east side of the restaurant.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
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