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Christopher Bartholomew
Way ahead of its time.
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Ah, in Seattle for my little sister's HS graduation. You know the drill. cmb

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The 8pm playlist for this was awesome. 

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ahhhhh!!! I shouldn't went to class!!! I figured it out but I was far too late -
I carus O dessa is eager to guide you on a special space adventure. There are still some clues hidden out there that will help you get started. Rumors are that the destination is the Moscone Center… Happy hunting! #io14 #EasterEgg

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Don't miss the opportunity! The more folks who have Glass, the better it is! It takes all the "awkwardness" out of things :)
Today’s the day to become a Glass Explorer

We let the cat out of the bag, you marked your calendars, and the time has finally arrived. If you're a US resident who is 18+, you can purchase Glass and join the Explorer Program at

The Explorer bundle costs $1500+tax and includes your favorite shade or frame, a charger, pouch, hard case and mono earbud. As an Explorer, your feedback will help to shape how Glass evolves over time. 

We’ve got a limited number of spots available, so don’t wait too long – we can't wait to meet you and hear about your first adventures with Glass. 

+Google Glass +Google Developers Hey Folks, it appears is getting a 404 - everything okay? I have students working on their final projects here freaking out! :( 

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I've become so desensitized to these types of miraculous photos. I stopped myself on this one, and I realized the utter magnitude of what I was actually seeing. This chaos is so beautiful.
Typhoon Haiyan seen from the International Space Station: Astronaut Karen Nyberg shared this picture of Typhoon Haiyan early in the morning of Nov. 9, 2013 from the station, some 240 miles above the Earth.

Beginning with the Mercury missions in the early 1960s, astronauts have taken photographs of the Earth. Today, the International Space Station (ISS) continues the NASA tradition of Earth observation from human-tended spacecraft.

Operational since November 2000, the ISS is well suited for documenting Earth features and provides an excellent stage for observing most populated areas of the world. Images coming down from the International Space Station are processed on a daily basis and include over 1.2 million images through Nov. 1, 2013.

Image credit: NASA
#typhoon #haiyan #hurricane #supertyphoon #iss #astronauts #astropix #spacestation #earth #storms #severewx #weather

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