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Tej Dhawan
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Nice. Thanks for sharing and I can't wait to buy my own now :).  Tell me the model again please
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Pikuzone would like to share co-founder Erin Rollenhagen's interview with Broadband for America.  Pikuzone, a platform for safe, ad-free, SPAM-free email for kids is available on iOS devices and desktop browsers

http://facesofinnovation.org/erin-rollenhagen/
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Great development news!
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Thanks Anna Jones!
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We passionately talk about the debt ceilings and budget fixes, but often are not faced with real, hard choices -- here is an interactive exercise in budget reform - what would you do/cut?
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Why do people denigrate science but continue to use its products???
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I think Rush should try walking to and from work where he lives in Florida for a few days this summer.
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Current Pikuzone subscribers (children) can access their mailboxes via iOS devices.  The app can be downloaded from the App store with the enclosed link
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Google - you started not being evil. Not cool.
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Watch the 2 minute video linked below. Here's a brilliant - literally - solution to improving lighting in shanty town shacks in places like Haiti. Filling 2 liter bottles with water and a little bleach, then inserting the bottle into a small hole cut into the corrugated tin roof. It's free lighting from the sun.

"When filled with water (with some bleach to keep out the algae) and snugly inserted into custom-cut holes in a roof, plastic bottles refract the sun's rays, scattering about 55 watts of light across a would-be pitch black room. The new lighting source can be rigged up in less than an hour, and it lasts for five years. ... Illac Diaz, the social entrepreneur behind the project, told Reuters that the sustainable and inexpensive light source can boost "the standard of living across the board for the bottom 90 percent of this country." Another woman said she hopes to save 23 dollars per month."
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