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Tony Adams
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Lives in Melbourne, Australia
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This is gorgeous. I keep looking through these. Love it. 
What the moon will look like every evening for the upcoming year
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Schumer wants McConnell to apply the same standards to Trump that he applied to Obama.
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Just about the coolest thing I've seen.

Great science, simply explained and some gorgeous photography.
Do yourself a favor and check it out.

http://twistedsifter.com/videos/bullet-vs-prince-ruperts-drop-smarter-every-day/
Destin of ‘Smarter Every Day’ shoots a bullet at a Prince Rupert’s Drop and captures the results with a Phantom camera
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I took a walk around my 'hood yesterday and loved seeing the changes in the light, color and texture in the landscape as a storm moved through.

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Nice capture & pictures... beautiful album! 👍

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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017!!! 🎇🎆🎄🎁👼🙏🍻⛄❄💖
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A gorgeous Summer Solstice sunset tonight! 
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This is freakin' crazy! 
The first known dinosaur tail preserved in a piece of amber was recently discovered by paleontologist Lida Xing while collection samples in Myanmar last year. Dating back to the mid-Cretaceous Period some 99 million years ago, the roughly apricot-sized piece of amber contains a 1.4-inch appendage of
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I'm so thrilled to take up this challenge.

NIDA. Damn damn damn.
 
I'm beyond excited to be selected by NIDA for their 2017 Studio program. Bring it on!
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I lost some G+ enthusiasm over the last year but am finding the vibe again.

I think the challenge is to make the platform work for you - block trolls (sorry Denis), find areas that interest you, make conversation, share good content.

I lost sight of that for a while but I'm feeling good about G+ now.
From better commenting, to showing you more of what matters, to bringing back Events, we’re making a bunch of improvements to Google+ based on your feedback.
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How hard would it have been to carve these back in the day? No electricity so no artificial light...just natural daylight or candles and I would imagine, some pretty primitive tools. Very cool.

http://www.boredpanda.com/miniature-boxwood-carvings-16th-century/
There are only 135 known miniature boxwood carvings and they have been puzzling art specialists all over the world. Recently, researchers have gathered some of these tiny religious pieces from museums and private collections to further study their secrets and have found a few very interesting answers.
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Mini Metros is an ongoing series of worldwide public transit maps that have been "shrunken and simplified" into tiny diagrams by D.C.-based designer Peter Dovak. So far he's completed over 200 light rail and metro systems and made them available in different configurations as posters and mugs on Soc
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Christmas Eve.
What a gorgeous evening.
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+Tony Adams for northern hemisphereans Christmas is a glimmer of light before a long dark winter, which we just don't have in Australia. Even in Canberra, probably the coldest of capitals it was still mostly sunny in winter.

Also, not having ever having the flu for Christmas in Aus was awesome. I've been sick for 2/3 of my European Christmases
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It took a while but I've managed to track this baby down. Glad I did...it was worth the effort!
Thanks +Niall Cook​ :) 
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Bob Dylan tragic, Dickens groupie, Blogger, actor, tea lover, washed up track runner, Super Dad
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In my day job, I am a freelance Project Leadership Consultant, Speaker and Blogger.  My work has taken me around the world - USA, American Samoa, Fiji, Jordan and currently in my hometown - Melbourne, Australia.
 
You can check my work out at my Tony Adams - Project Manager G+ page
Through my work and my writing, I have an intense love for storytelling - hearing people tell their stories, watching their eyes light up, seeing what excites and motivates them, then finding out ways to harness that energy.  Bring it on!
 
In my spare time, I blog and speak on Project Leadership (www.tonyadamspm.com), drown in the art and majesty of Bob Dylan, worship at the alter of Charles Dickens, drink too much tea, run a little, act (TV, screen and theatre) and live for my daughter.


Education
  • University of Southern Queensland
    Masters - Project Management (Leadership), 2008 - 2012
  • RMIT University
    Bachelor - Business (Economics and Finance), 1992 - 1998
  • Australian College of Project Management
    Diploma of Project Management, 2006 - 2008
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As the world mourns the loss of Nelsen Mandela and commemorates his greatness as a leader, we would do well to remember that one of the many

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