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Eric Levine
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+Elena Butler has a scarf whose logo has an uncanny resemblance to the G+ logo. It's also a similar shade of red but the lighting makes that non obvious. 
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that g is facing the correct way; google's g seems to be a variant
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The Show was really, really great. I can't express how excited I am that he's at it again.
 
episode two ::
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It's like Facebook Marketplace for ponzi schemes!

http://itsthisforthat.com/
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Also, hat tip to +Seth Glickman for showing this to me, for reasons that are totally unrelated to work.
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Tumblr!!!!!!!!! I got it!! I got it!! 
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Whoa!
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National Geographic Goes in The Womb!

National Geographic released a very interesting book for animal lovers. In the Womb: Animals by Michael Sims, explores the fascinating development from conception to birth of a golden retriever, a bottlenose dolphin, and an Asian elephant.

Beautifully illustrated with ultrasound images of these animals as embryos and fetuses, the book highlights the development of unique physical characteristics that the animals will come to rely on once out of womb.

For example, one section showcases the elephant fetus after four months. At this point, the trunk is recognizable, but it will need the full 18 more months in the womb to continue developing. Once out of the womb, the elephant will use this strong, highly dexterous snout to pick foliage, carry objects, suck water, and use as a snorkel while swimming.

The author also touches upon physical characteristics that provide clues about the animals’ ancestry. For example, at 3-4 weeks, the dolphin fetus develops hind limbs which later retract and disappear. This suggests that dolphins may have evolved from four-legged land animals.

Intertwined with the three main stories are captivating glimpses into the development and behavior of red kangaroos, emperor penguins, sand tiger and lemon sharks, and parasitic wasps. These mini stories reveal the extraordinary journeys these animals make before they’re even born, as well as provide interesting points of comparison to the three main characters.

It is a fascinating read for animal lovers, but parents should note that reproductive behavior is covered in detail.

You can find the book here: http://goo.gl/XRQvS
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I think the cutest one is the dolphin.
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If you have an iOS device, you should download PerilCanyon. It's a game that +Paul Baumgart and I put together after graduation, and it's now totally free -- no ads either. Enjoy!

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/perilcanyon/id386095278
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But +Eric Levine, how are you ever going to get rich without all your ad revenue?
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+Elena Butler: "Biopic, as in icepick, chiseling away at the character."
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#ericjoke
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Noooooo! Someone tagged Mr Burbujas and they had to paint white over most of the original picture to obscure the graffiti. RIP Mr Burbujas. :(
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Can you believe that Angry Birds so blatantly ripped off Mean Birds? The nerve.
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Million Billion-dollar dance crossover/ripoff idea: Bhangry Birds. Or maybe just Bhangra Birds.
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JibJab, still rockin' it.
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Woo!
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I'm incredibly excited to see the new Google+ Photo Lightbox launch today. The Google+ Photos team really did a phenomenal job building this in time for the holidays.

I can't wait to share my end-of-year photos with my friends and family with this beautiful new experience.
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