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Vedrana Hrbak
It's all about imagination.
It's all about imagination.

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Bob's free videos ;)
Now can you add another 70 complete episodes to your media queue (roughly 20% of the show’s entire catalogue), all pulled from different seasons that aired between 1983 and 1994. Just call up this playlist from Bob’s official YouTube channel, or start streaming the videos above.

If you sit tight for 35 hours, you’ll learn how to paint Misty Rolling Hills, Lazy Rivers, Twilight Meadows, Mountain Streams, Peaceful Valleys and other idyllic scenes.

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Here’s to Hedy Lamarr, the 1940s actress-turned-inventor and star of today’s #GoogleDoodle

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Magenta Doesn’t Exist, Here’s Why: 

Very cool #video & explanation. Our brain is amazing! #magenta

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No cellphones at the beach!

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How beautiful and amazing is to communicate with #animals!

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How nice is this :D
Check out these incredible examples of street art by talented artist, David Zinn. The way in which Zinn uses blocks of concrete, paving bricks, rocks and the streets in general is totally unique. His work is reminiscent of street artist, Ben Wilson, who paints chewing gum onto sidewalks (over here in the UK, we call them pavements!).

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If Internet Explorer was in a movie it would be zombie.
#IE #microsoft

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An Apple engineer explains how they developed the new 2015 #Macbook..

Can't stop laughing!

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For her MA degree project at the University of West Hungary, Budapest-based graphic designer Barbara Bernát devised this lovely concept for the Hungarian euro. The project involved five denominations of increasing scale, each made with a set of copperplate etchings; animals of increasing size on the front and related plants on the back. The kicker is a security feature that reveals the skeleton of each animal under UV light.
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You may have seen the shipping containers painted with greek gods. Now it is art on the street, and very well done. Spanish street art duo Pichi & Avo have created an intriguing blend of traditonal graffiti and renderings of mythological figures influenced by ancient Greek sculpture. +Colossal 
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