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Super excited to see what Lift does with GoogleX!
 
We have news -- we’re excited to be joining Google[x], Google’s moonshot factory. We will continue to sell our Liftware system, and Google will enable us to reach even more people living with Parkinson’s or essential tremor who could benefit from using tremor-canceling devices every day.
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Great article about changing the way we do business
A look at the practical steps business leaders must take to ensure capitalism migrates to more sustainable forms of wealth creation.
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Awesome grant program for making a difference! #RiseAwards   #Google   #GoogleforEducation  
 
Inspire kids to create our future: Apply for a 2015 RISE Award
Kids create technology for the future -- help inspire them! The RISE Awards provide over a million dollars in funding to organizations globally that give girls and underrepresented students access to computer science through extracurricular outreach programs. Apply today at http://goo.gl/E9Th0Y. Applications will be accepted from August 18 - September 30, 2014. 
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Amazing. This could revolutionize public transport / needing to own a vehicle. Can't wait to see where this goes in the future!
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I know. Its a great idea and definitely headed that way. Can you imagine all the good everyone could do if we didn't have to worry about driving and could focus more on changing/helping the world? That's an extra hour a day! :-)
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Great post by +Leo Babauta  of Zen Habits...Reminder to stay present, enjoy the moment and help others. Enjoy!  http://zenhabits.net/gift/
By Leo Babauta. Three people are given a magical gift by a luminous, kindhearted fairy. The gift is that for just one hour, they get to experience magic and wonders. This limited time is filled with visual delights, food of the utmost deliciousness, amazing people with incredible talents, ...
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I love reading about Team Hoyt. They're a true inspiration for athletes and non athletes everywhere demonstrating the power of compassion in athletics. Article here: http://goo.gl/ft3sDs
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Super excited to see what Lift does with GoogleX!
 
We have news -- we’re excited to be joining Google[x], Google’s moonshot factory. We will continue to sell our Liftware system, and Google will enable us to reach even more people living with Parkinson’s or essential tremor who could benefit from using tremor-canceling devices every day.
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Great article from Reed Hastings, CEO of +Netflix 
The next Netflix won't stand a chance if the largest US Internet service providers are allowed to merge or demand extra fees from content companies trying to reach their subscribers.
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Great article on being present with your work and life, and not falling into the traps of these common myths: http://goo.gl/WVp366
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Working more isn't that great, according to the Washington Post. Efficiency and happiness trump long hours! http://goo.gl/Q3jYRR
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This is awesome!
 
Roger Federer   #throughglass  

Right in time for the French Open, two of the greatest tennis players of all time, Roger Federer and Stefan Edberg, recently took Glass for a spin and shared a new perspective of their game. It’s safe to say that their combined 23 Grand Slam titles will be the most that ever step foot on Google’s tennis courts. 

Watch through Federer’s lens.*

*Wearing Glass will not increase the power of your serves, improve your agility, or add any best-in-the-world-ness to your game.
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Love that +TOMS is continuing to expand into new areas to ultimately change the world for the better. #socialentrepreneurship
 
According to the World Health Organization, 20 liters of clean water per day is the recommended daily requirement for good health and hygiene. Through our partnership with Water For People, each bag of TOMS Coffee provides 140 liters of safe water to a person in need.

Give at TOMS.com http://toms.sh/1i8wwsw
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Not sure why people gave the recent negative reviews. I'm from Gainesville and have always liked the Jones from it's original location and not downtown. I went twice recently when I was vack. Once for brunch/lunch on Saturday around 1pm and dinner at 6pm. Both times I was seated immediately, the food came out promptly and service was great. I got the Blackhawk burrito and Indian Curry Bowl. Both are great and can be made vegan. Great place for everyone, including vegans and vegetarians
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Fresh juices, smoothies and raw food wraps in a minimalist cafe right off Mission Street and Dolores Park. Highly recommend the "Peace, Love, and Kale"
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Decent Mexican right by Prospect Park. Nothing blew me away, but they had great fresh guacamole! Decent margaritas and okay burritos and fajitas. Worth checking out if you're in the mood for Mexican and by Prospect Park!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Behind these doors is some of the best deep tissue massages you'll ever find. Phenomenal masseuses and prices are extremely reasonable for NYC. They also have acupuncture and foot massages and while I haven't gotten them here, I'm sure they're great. If you're sore or tight for any reason, I highly recommend calling qnd scheduling an appointment, you won't regret it!
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This place has awesome smoothies. I got the Iron Fist, kale, peanut butter, banana and soy milk. It's SO good. Highly recommend it for anyone that wants a fresh healthy smoothie at a great price ($6.50 for a large! ). Great location right be the Fox Theater and 19th Street BART
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
Cute little cafe in Brooklyn, right by Prospect Park off Flatbush. Had a delicious almond latte. They have vegan desserts as well but unfortunately they were out of their cookies when i came in. One note of warning - They don't have any Wi-Fi so enjoy being disconnected and in the moment :-)
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Brick is great gym and has shown me how wrong I was to be skeptical of CrossFit due to the stereotypes. Brick has an amazingly supportive staff of coaches that are knowledgeable and push you to do your very best. Even if you can't do an exercise or have some defencies, they're always able to customize something for you to do to build your foundation and improve your fitness. I've been a member since October 2014 and I couldn't be happier or recommend Brick more! I've seen great results, and only expect to get better due to the environment and coaching staff. If you're curious about Crossfit or want to take your fitness to the next level, check Brick NYC out!
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