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Interesting take on why Maker Culture is critical to humanity. #makerfaire

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/10/why-fixers-will-save-our-planet/246349/
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I'd be interested to hear what you think of excessive political correctness +Kelci Wilford, +Mary McPhail , +Devon Black +Janna Robblee. Seems along the course of discussion we usually have.
Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, says it is “puerile and absurd” that the BBC has decided to stop using BC (Before Christ) and AD (Anno Domini - Year of the Lord) to date events. These ...
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Yeah, I don't know. I change my mind every five seconds.
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Given Somalia's ongoing food crisis, a new history of famine is an especially important read.
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#googleplusupdates

Starting today you can actually share your favorite circles with others! So if you’ve got a great Photographers or Celebrities circle, for instance, then you can share a copy with your friends.

To get started, just click on a circle from your Circles page, and click Share.

(Importantly: when you share a circle, you’re only sharing its members at that time. Also: the circle name is always private to you, and any changes you make afterwards are private as well.)

Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Hi, my name’s Owen, and I’m an engineer on the Google+ team.

One of my favorite parts about circles is how they help me control who I share with, as well as what I read. In fact, many of you have created lots of great circles around topics that interest you (like Photographers) to bring lots of great content to your stream. In these cases, we've heard that you actually want to share your circles with others. Both to save your friends some time, and to connect them with interesting people and content.

Today I'm happy to announce that we're launching exactly that feature. We let you take the circles you've created, and share them with others! Let me show you how it works.

From your circles page... select the circle you want, add a comment, and then share it.

When your friends receive your circle, they can then pick and choose who to add to their own circles.

Note that when you share a circle, you're only sharing its members at that time. The circle name is always private to you, and any changes you make to your circle afterwards are private as well.

We hope this new feature helps you share and find lots of great content in Google+, while still giving you important controls over how you read and share. Thanks for listening, and please keep sending feedback!
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Love this. For so many aid projects, an injection of money may do nothing - or worse, create new problems that are sometimes worse (see food aid to Haiti that's had spectacularly harmful effects on their local food production capacity). There are always unexpected consequences with aid programs, but this one actually looks like it is accomplishing what it set out to do.
The death toll from malaria seems to have responded to a big injection of moneyOF 108 COUNTRIES where malaria is endemic, ten are on track to eliminate the disease in the near future, according to a r...
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HOLY FUCK!
Coverage of Pittsburgh neighborhoods from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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That's crazy!
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Strangers making other strangers feeling better by listening and sharing music to cheer them up. I love this.
Take a minute to unload whatever's been bringing you down. Big or small, doesn't matter. Sometimes it just helps to get it out there and know someone heard it. Take a minute to read about some...
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You can play Angry Birds on Google+!!! HAH! And I'm the first or second ranked person on there for every level nod
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Awesome. This was the first time I've played Angry Birds and was shocked when I wasn't really low.
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