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Dennis Bonilla
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Design Manager/Digital Strategist/Community Manager/NASA Contractor. Love games, experienced using them toward scientific benefit.
Design Manager/Digital Strategist/Community Manager/NASA Contractor. Love games, experienced using them toward scientific benefit.

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Here's a great opportunity to work from NASA Ames Research Center this summer. Spread the word folks. #asteroidgc  
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I am sure this is what meeting Dracula feels like.
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Cybergoths then and now.

But seriously folks, “We want to understand droughts of the past to understand to what extent climate change might make it more or less likely that those events occur in the future..." http://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/news/20141014/
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+NASA announces Asteroid Grand Challenge video idea winners, the next phase open to the public is worth $9,000. #asteroidgc  
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"From 1958 to 1965, ARPA's emphasis centered on major national issues, including space, ballistic missile defense, and nuclear test detection. During 1960, all of its civilian space programs were transferred to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the military space programs to the individual Services."
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The demo of this machine given on December 9, 1968 is now considered one of the most important in modern computing history.

"[Douglas Engelbart] wanted to turn Vannevar Bush's idea for a Memex machine into reality, where a machine used interactively by one person could "Augment" their intelligence. Over the course of six years, with the funding help of both NASA and ARPA, his team went about putting together all the elements that would make such a computer system a reality."
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