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"latest figures showed about 12,500 classrooms along the path of Yolanda – Mimaropa, Western Visayas, Central Visayas, and Eastern Visayas – are for repair and rehabilitation, while more than 4,500 classrooms are for replacement."
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Expanding the availability of custom URLs

Custom URLs are short, easy to remember web addresses that link directly to your Google+ profile or page (like google.com/+OtavioSilva or google.com/+Toyota). They make it easier for you to connect with others, as well as promote your content, and today we're significantly expanding their availability to people and pages on Google+.

If your profile meets the following criteria, you’ll now be able to claim a custom URL:
- Has a profile photo, and
- Has at least 10 followers, and
- Has an account that's at least 30 days old

Meanwhile, any brand or business that has a linked website or is a verified local business can claim a custom URL for their Google+ page. Link and verification info is available in the Google+ Help Center: http://goo.gl/RMpxP.

Once you meet the eligibility criteria, just visit your profile or page to begin the claiming process. If you don't see the option yet, don't worry: we're expanding availability throughout the week, and you'll see the in-product notice as soon as your custom URL is ready.

We hope that custom URLs will help  you more easily promote your content on Google+, whether it be new photo collections, Hangouts On Air, or an interesting series of posts.  For ideas on how to include custom URLs in your campaigns, ad creatives and more, visit our help center: https://support.google.com/plus/?p=claim_url 

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The Internet Society is trying to educate the world about identity basics.  Not bad at all.
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12 themes | 60 photographers | 720 photos

Raw Talent showcases every photo taken by the 60 participants of the 12x12 Vancouver Photo Marathon #12x12yvr  which took place on August 31st, 2013 at JJ Bean on Commercial Drive.

The exhibit is at the Scotiabank Dance Centre at 677 Davie Street. Photo enthusiasts, art lovers, and Vancouverites of all ages are welcome to experience this unique one-night-only event in a stunning venue.

The 12x12 Vancouver Photo Marathon and Raw Talent is funded in full by sponsorship and donations. To help make this event all it can be, consider a sponsorship: http://vancouverphotomarathon.com/sponsors/

12x12 Vancouver Photo Marathon is organized by the Pink & Yellow NFP Society and is an annual not-for-profit event.
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There's still time to signup for Designing Resilient Schools MOOC #typhoonhaiyan #climatechange #architectureforhumanity #postdisaster #rebuilding
 
Hello and Welcome All to the Designing Resilient Schools MOOC! Check out the Call for Action by Illac Diaz who will be teaching with me: http://youtu.be/5xVSbYJXZKU. Please invite your friends and colleagues to join our course. Thanks and see you soon online!
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One of the most significant impediments to positive social change is the entrenched power of market-fundamentalism as an economic and political paradigm. The prevailing dogma is that only a scheme of individual self-interest, expansive individual property rights, market exchange and globalized free trade can advance human well-being. This view has increasingly been called into question as the predatory dynamics of the market economy became clear and as its threats to the biosphere have become more acute.
In May 2013, more than 200 activists, academics, and project leaders from more than 30 countries converged on the headquarters of the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Berlin, Germany, to participate in a conference, “Economics and the Commons: From Seed Form to Core Paradigm.” The event sought to open up some new vistas in politics, economics and culture by exploring the commons as an alternative worldview and provisioning system. The commons is drawing growing interest because its workings – in managing natural resources, urban spaces, civic life, the Internet, and many other realms – demonstrate that commons can provide stable, equitable and ecologically benign alternatives to conventional markets. The conference was hosted by the Heinrich Böll Foundation in cooperation with the Commons Strategies Group, The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation and Remix the Commons."
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"We then connected eight soda cans with an Arduino and a speaker. It played them as if it was a church organ!"
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