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Colleen Pridemore
I'm a 'Techno-Shamanic Yogi-Channel' who's an avid plant waterer
I'm a 'Techno-Shamanic Yogi-Channel' who's an avid plant waterer

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Ok, so this one isn't mine, but I'm completely enamored by it and willing to manifest an intention inspired by it. Great work! Every day I become a better person. I learn something new, I let something go. Just a caterpillar on it's way to becoming a butte...

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This is an exciting project!
Many of you are reading this post while living in a city. And you can probably think of a ton of ways you’d like your city to be better—more affordable housing, better public transport, less pollution, more parks and green spaces, safer biking paths, a shorter commute... the list goes on!

Many cities around the world have already made a lot of progress in some of these areas—for instance, developing dashboards to measure and visualize traffic patterns, and building tools that let residents instantly evaluate and provide feedback on city services. But a lot of urban challenges are interrelated—for example, availability of transportation affects where people choose to live, which affects housing prices, which affects quality of life. So it helps to start from first principles and get a big-picture view of the many factors that affect city life. Then, you can develop the technologies and partnerships you need to make a difference.

So I’m very excited about +Sidewalk Labs​, a new company we’ve announced today. (The press release is at if you want to read more).  Sidewalk will focus on improving city life for everyone by developing and incubating urban technologies to address issues like cost of living, efficient transportation and energy usage. The company will be led by Dan Doctoroff, former CEO of Bloomberg and Deputy Mayor of Economic Development and Rebuilding for the City of New York. Every time I talk with Dan I feel an amazing sense of opportunity because of all the ways technology can help transform cities to be more livable, flexible and vibrant.  I want to thank +Adrian who helped to bring Dan on board.

While this is a relatively modest investment and very different from Google's core business, it’s an area where I hope we can really improve people’s lives, similar to Google[x] and Calico. Making long-term, 10X bets like this is hard for most companies to do, but Sergey and I have always believed that it’s important. And as more and more people around the world live, work and settle in cities, the opportunities for improving our urban environments are endless. Now it’s time to hit the streets and get to work!

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"Tug on anything at all and you'll find it connected to everything else in the universe." -- John Muir

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Google does more than you may think.  Some people argue that Google is all about advertising.  What a lie.  

 If you haven't looked lately, maybe it's time to see exactly what they do  now at G -- .  

However, that's not a complete list at all.  G has several crucial non public projects it creates to help us all.  

Below is a great example of how G helps the small guy. 

I guess  they don't toot their own horn too much.  Actually, that's kinda refreshing.  

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Disfunction is an injunction Of the mind An arrested creation Of twisted synapses The chaos of logic Lives in quantum clouds
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