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They make the case the the failure of Nokia was a management failure.

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Plussers, this is so funny!  You have to watch this.  I just was flying so it's especially funny for me.

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These guys and their cows...They astound me regularly.

#CowPi #piday  

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Here's another, somewhat more "country" version of #thunderstruck.
By a Finnish group.

#music

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Darth Vader Crossing
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I've been dreaming of an under-$1,000 3D printer for more than 10 years.  In two weeks, we're launching one for less than $299.  Check it out at www.NewMatter.com and help us make this a big success.  Thanks!
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“Slightly more than half of everything I am is thanks to you, mom.”
A Scientist's Mother's Day

To make one me you just add
Half of mom and half of dad
That is what I once believed
But I know now that I was wrong
I got so much more from you mom

♥ Stanford graduate student Adam Cole was taking a class in behavioral human biology when he was inspired to pen these whimsical, biologically explicit verses. To his surprise, the song became a hit! He explains that mitochondrial DNA is inherited exclusively from mom, also X has over a thousand genes, Y has less than 92 so that:

Just like two strands of DNA are spirally entwined
Your nature and your nurture are inspiringly combined
Scientists remind me and I find that it is true
Slightly more than half of everything I am is thanks to you

Making a cameo appearance in the video, the bushy-bearded man is Stanford biology professor Robert Sapolsky, PhD. 

Cole is quick to reassure dad: "“He knows that my love for him is not proportional to the biological effect he had on my genetics and development.”

Roses are Red, Blood Cells Blue: For last year's Mother's Day post, see http://goo.gl/ptEPLD

#ScienceSunday   #happymothersday  

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What it feels like to be an Engineer in the Corporate World
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