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Lorraine Twohill
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Lives in Palo Alto, CA
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I am so proud to be on the board of this amazing company #Williams-Sonoma
One California-based employer blew away the competition, with women in 57% of top jobs.
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Hello hay watassp number send me
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so proud of #DearMe, share your story and spread the word!
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Oi tudo bem
vce fala a minha lingua?
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Imagine finding two of those in a forest xdddd
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Amazing event by an extraordinary organization Scholas
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of course amazing i like it
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A great insight into Google!
 
When +Eric Schmidt    says “exciting things happen when you bring people together,” he really means TOGETHER.

Here’s a peek into a real-life crowded, chaotic Google office. #howgoogleworks

www.HowGoogleWorks.net
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Wow!!!! :O
Amazing you are indeed!!
Go raibh maith agat do phost seo! Agus is maith liom muintir na hÉireann go leor !!!

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We all owe so much to the wonderful teachers that inspired us. Today is National Teacher's Day in the US and Google is doing a few things to say "thanks". Check out this lovely video that's sure to make every little kid inside of us remember our favorite teachers. #thankateacher
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Are you doing?
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Off to a great start at Google #IO15, lots of exciting stuff ahead!
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for anyone with kids, this app is the best way for young kids to enjoy YouTube
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Hi Lorraine, I really hope you don't mind me commenting like this here, but I have to let you know what your Collections fans have been up to.

Collections are a great feature, and after having authored a few myself, I came to realize  they were not that easy to find in a search.

With that in mind, I came up with the idea of creating a Community which would allow members to share their own Collections, and those of others. And to include a whole new approach to moderation too.

We have created categories where the Collections can be added and found easily by our viewers and members. We allow and recommend hashtags be used in the comment box when sharing with us, to make it easier for the Collection to be found when using the communities search box.

I have to admit, it wasn't easy at first to convince members how important it was for a community such as ours. A collection of Collections if you like, but much more.

But, and after explaining the importance and viewer friendliness of our community, we soon started picking up speed. Granted, we are small in numbers compared to a photo sharing community, but we are extremely high in quality Collections, popular well known members, and have only been going just a few weeks.

We are at this time only just over 500 members strong, but we do share over 400 of our members Collections. That is a great ratio in any community books.

We are doing what we can to promote Collections here, and would appreciate any help and advice you can offer. Maybe you could post Collection update information to our community directly, as you get it. Or offer advice to our members and I?

In the meantime, please take a look at our Community, as I am sure you will be impressed.

https://plus.google.com/communities/101885389612190759002

Kind regards and best wishes.
Steve
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very cool!
 
You’re looking at the heartbeat of the planet. 
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Happy new year and enjoy our compilation of the best of 2014.
 
As the countdown to #NYE begins, take a little look at a big #YearInSearch http://goo.gl/ScMpkL
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Hello
 
 
After watching a documentary about your philosophy of work, I find it very interesting and I think it is the wish of every one to integrate this team.

I want to offer you an idea, a philosophical idea if we can say that, I find it interesting.

But the problem I can not seem to have a contact to the proposal, if you can point me to a person or service to express myself.

Sorry for my bad english, I only do a translation on google, I hope I first got my message;

And sorry for your valuable time and dérengement                   
 
Thank you.
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interesting new start up, founded by some friends, check it out!
Don't trust campaign ads? Put off by the official voter guide? Use Crowdpac's new, non-partisan personalized voting guide to help you choose wisely in the California primaries. Because political donations are the best predictor of what a politician will do in office, we use campaign ...
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Interesting notion .. ty 4 sharing .. Happy New year! 
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very cool trek through Cambodia’s AngkorWat
 
Discover Cambodia's #AngkorWat, the largest religious monument in the world, with #StreetView in Google Maps. With more than 90,000 panoramic images of these ancient temples—from Ta Prohm, where "Tomb Raider" was filmed, to Bayon, which boasts 216 stone faces on its multiple towers—there's a lot to explore: http://goo.gl/m0cpC3
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Spent time in Siem Reap a few years ago. It's difficult to articulate how moving, powerful, and inspiring Ankor Wat is in person--like visiting a time portal where one sees into the future and the past at the same time. +Google Maps does a terrific job of sharing this experience and hopefully encourages people to visit it themselves. #bucketlist #momentsthatmatter
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