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Robert E. del Sol
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Test for Bonita Florist
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Why Should Anyone Care?
The Law of Diffusion Of Innovation explained...

Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action. Back in 2009 Simon Sinek explored how leaders can inspire cooperation, trust and change. His message may be as powerful today as on the day he gave this TED talk.  Even more revealing are the many comments posted on his video page at TED and the differing perspectives and opinions in critique of his message.  He's the author of the classic "Start With Why," and his new book is "Leaders Eat Last."

Quote: “People don’t buy what you do; people buy why you do it.”
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Meet with anyone on any device – from the conference room, at home or on the road. Join meetings with up to 15 participants – meet with colleagues, or invite customers and partners.

https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/business/solutions/for-meetings.html
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What's up with Wayseeer?

You've probably heard about or watched the new Wayseer Manifesto video. Personally, after watching, I looked to find the 'new' within it. Or, more accurately, to find a way around to understanding the true purpose and meaning of it.  The juvenile left in me loved the form and function of the piece while the mileage on my lifetime odometer said "we've been down this road before..."

On the other side of the way is this,  http://goo.gl/DWC2r  piece calling the Wayseer Manifesto a "promotional tool for psychopathy" that deconstructs the video almost word for word as a blatant tool of manipulation.

 What's your take? 
  
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Water Powered Rocket Boots
Great shot by my good friend +Cliff Gonshery taken just as the flyer shoots out of the water at Harbor Island, San Diego.

This is something similar to a 'Flyboard'  but don't know the exact brand... See  'Flyboard' info below.

The Flyboard lets you leap in and out of the water like a dolphin all while floating around in what appears to be a water-powered Iron Man suit. The Flyboard works in a very similar fashion as the water-powered jetpack: water is pumped from a large body of water through a small boat-like device that allows large blasts of water to propel the user into the air. Although the device looks like a pair of rocket boots, the Flyboard is actually more like a hoverboard that is attached to the users legs. In addition to the hoverboard-like device, extra nozzles are setup on the arms for extra control and awesomeness. 

More info here... http://goo.gl/I91hW
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The art of science Princeton University's Art of Science Competition highlights images produced during the course of scientific research that have aesthetic merit as well. The competition is open to the entire Princeton community. This image, "East-West, West-East," won first prize in the 2013 competition. Here's what Martin Jucker (Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences) says about his winning image: "The winds around our globe are preferentially directed from west to east, or east to west, and much less so in the north-south directions. As a result, atmospheric phenomena can travel around the globe, exchanging information even from remote places of the Earth easily. We see in the picture surfaces of constant wind around Earth, averaged over time. Blue is east-to-west, red west-to-east directed wind."

Martin Jucker / Princeton University Art of Science Competition
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Sail off Point Loma
Wonderful time with great friends made for the perfect day on the water. 
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