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Jalil Wahdatehagh
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Adventure awaits! Explore Mars’ ultimate vacation destinations 
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2015-05-15
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+Joseph Paul​ - kennste?

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+Ember.js has matured. And i'm in love...

Remember that embarrassing moment at react conf?
Check this out...
https://dbmonster.firebaseapp.com/ :)

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+Joseph Paul ;)
Ten years ago, a handful of passionate people gave the world an independent choice -- Firefox. Share and tell us why you #ChooseIndependent: http://mzl.la/1ysJiZs

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"Instead of fighting over market share - grow the market for everyone..."
When +Google  takes on a new venture, we aim for success by making great products and working hard to expand people’s access to them.

Take +Android  for example. When we launched the first Android release in 2008, only a few million people had access to smartphones (essentially iPhone owners). Fast forward six years and more than 1 billion people now have the power of a supercomputer in their pockets, thanks to Android. A glance around most major cities will tell you that the iPhone and iPad aren’t doing too badly either. In my book, that’s a win for everyone.

#HowGoogleWorks #android #google #apple #iphone

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 “Some things that on Earth we see in the news every day and thus almost tend to accept as a ‘given,’ appear very different from our perspective. We do not see any borders from space. We just see a unique planet with a thin, fragile atmosphere, suspended in a vast and hostile darkness. From up here it is crystal clear that on Earth we are one humanity, we eventually all share the same fate.”

“What came to my mind at the time of this photo was, if we ever will be visited by another species from somewhere in the universe, how would we explain to them what they might see as the very first thing when they look at our planet? How would we explain to them the way we humans treat not only each other but also our fragile blue planet, the only home we have? I do not have an answer for that.” - Alexan­der Gerst
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