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Neil Phillips
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Crystal is definitely creepy, perhaps useful, and almost certainly a look at how we'll communicate in the future.
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Hunter Trampled To Death By Elephant He Was Tracking To Kill For Ivory http://zite.to/1CUOarK

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Whiteboard diplomacy: permanent marker sparks panic at the Iran talks - theguardian.com http://nzzl.me/1MSFsV9 via @nuzzel
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Your neighborhood just got a lot more interesting. Google has released a new feature for Maps that lets you turn any location into a game of Pac-Man — all you have to do is click the new Pac-Man...
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Sweden’s feminist foreign minister has dared to tell the truth about Saudi Arabia. What happens now concerns us all http://zite.to/1EXRg1d

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I watched her speech some days ago and was absolutely delighted. Finally someone has the courage to voice the truth in front of a completely biased world mindset. What will happen now? Well, unfortunately I think nothing is what will happen next. Since the speech, in an attempt to show their disapproval, Saudi Arabia have ended a weapons deals they had with Sweden and they also recalled their ambassador to  Sweden. Sweden, on the other hand, showed nothing but a weak appeasing attitude. If this continues, I suspect nothing will come out of the speech.
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Stanford's Most Popular Class Isn't Computer Science--It's Something Much More Important http://zite.to/1EXBXph

It's called "Designing Your Life," a course that's part throwback, part foreshadowing of higher education's future.
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This terrifying video was filmed with the world's first self-powered camera

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How to use Lumoid, the startup that will lend you a bunch of gadgets for a week http://zite.to/1NLnXTC

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Rickmansworth - London - Hamburg - Cape Town - Rotterdam - Rickmansworth - Bristol
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Nice park by the river. handy flying fox.
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feel like being patronised by a hipster who works in an empty bike shop? this is the place for you
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service can be a bit slow but the food is pretty damn good.
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very good pizza - does takeaway too ready to pickup in about 6 minutes.
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Avoid their local bus service. Says its every half an hour, sells only return tickets but frequency of service seems very sporadic. Also a taxi is probably cheaper if there's more one of you.
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