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Jerry Rice doing the Bhangra!
 
Why is Jerry Rice so happy that he’s dancing Bhangra?
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‪#‎realmendancebhangra‬ ‪#‎nomorejunkmail‬
Why is Jerry so happy? All those junkmails he used to get in his inbox are now in Socialmail. Now when Jerry wants to check out the latest deals on running shoes or any offers from his favorite...
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Excited to be an advisor to Tynker. Tynker teaches kids to program in a fun and engaging way, building a life skill that's going to be essential for the coming economy. Not just to get an IT job, but because programming is a fun way to teach and self-learn most subjects. We can turn kids into makers and explorers. We're looking to hire designers and engineers who are enthusiastic about this mission. If you know any send them my way!
Tynker makes it fun and easy to learn computer programming. Get started today with Tynker's easy-to-learn, visual programming course designed for young learners in 4th through 8th grades.
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Cool! What is the youngest age that could do it? Anything for the preschool crowd? :)
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Getting an at-a-glance look at a wide range of media is more comforting to the curious reader, it seems, than pulling up a single news outlet's website.
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Google News now has a "Suggested for you" section with stories likely to match your interests. See my section today. The goal is to surface narrow and local topics specific to you. You can tweak by saying 'Not interested' until it's more to your liking. The topics and stories shown here will change with the news, to keep things fresh and serendipitous.  Nice work Google News team!
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Once again, a "Suggested for you" section has appeared in Google News.  Whose stupid idea was it in the first place?  I do not want anybody telling me what I should see. 
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Not all roads are paved with gold
(Some are paved with silver!)
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Want to get through the holiday season quickly. Here's a way to combine Thanksgiving and Christmas. Santa on a Turkey!
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I like your #name   #KrishnaBharat  ...
#Proud  for all #Indians  and  #ThanksBharat  
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I wish respectable publishers like the LA Times would not feature fake news from content networks such as Taboola in the name of sponsorship.  

E.g., take this irresponsible bit of scare-mongering below an opinion article:
US Senator: Go To An ATM ... Draw Out Everything
http://moneywise411.com/us-senator-go-to-an-atmdraw-out-everything/?ppc=373110&utm_source=taboola&utm_medium=referral 

We all recognize that making money is important, but journalistic integrity means something too. The LA Times is not alone in this. Many publishers get in bed with content networks, fully understanding that they represent the kind of journalism their editors would never tolerate.
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Where were animated GIFs when I was learning geometry!
 
Animation showing various Hofstadter points. H0 is the Hofstadter zero-point. H1 is the Hofstadter one-point. The little red arc in the center of the triangle is the locus of the Hofstadter r-points for 0 < r < 1. This locus passes through the incenter I of the triangle.
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Grandpa raises valid questions about what Nest thermostats are doing to our kids!
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+K Zpodindustries Not only are our calf muscles less developed, the flat panels are much lighter than the CRT's; and I believe I will be long dead from a sedentary life of lying on the couch with my potato chips, Nehi peach soda, and of my various remotes.  
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Sound advice from +Chade-Meng Tan . I really like snow globe analogy!
Google engineer Chade-Meng Tan claims he has the secret to a contented, stress-free life. David G Allan tried out his happiness advice and looked at the science – does it work?
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Oh what a beautiful morning!
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Go Giants!!!!
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I didn't think Torture would come back in style so soon. Getting the sw to synch up the radio broadcast w/ the TV was well worth it.
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  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Computer Science, 1991 - 1996
  • Indian Institute of Technology Madras
    Computer Science, 1987 - 1991
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Founder, Google News. Enjoy connecting people to relevant information & people through the magic of technology.
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    Distinguished Scientist, 2015
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