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#photowalk in shanghai to celebrate 2 years of  #googleplus 
 
To celebrate 2 years of Google Plus, Googlers, Photographers and fans from around the world will be hosting photowalks in their areas.  Come join us for the Shanghai Photowalk for some fun and a chance to meet some great people.

Hosts: Angelia King
When : June 29, 2013
Time:10:00am
Route: TBD (Around People's Square Park and some landmarks http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/People%27s_Square_(Shanghai)  )
Who: Photographers of all skill levels are welcome.
How Much:  NOTHING!  It's Free!
Why: To celebrate the two year anniversary of Google+ by Angelia King in the G+ photo community. To hang out with other fun Google+ photographers. To SHARE MORE PHOTOS! To meet new and interesting people.

If you're in Shanghai and are up for an adventure, keep your eyes on this event as well as the +The Google + One Year Anniversary Photowalk    Page where we will also post the latest news and updates. Thanks for your joining and sharing and your precious time.

 #Photowalk   #GplusAnniversary  
Google+ 2 Year Anniversary Photowalk - Shanghai /Gooogle+2周年庆拍照行走- 上海
Fri, June 28, 2013, 10:00 PM
No.1 gate of People's Park, No.223 Xi Zang Zhong Lu, Huang Pu Qu, Shanghai, China, 200000 ‎

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a system to capture visual activity in human brains and reconstruct it as digital video clips.可以捕捉人脑活动的视图画面,再把它合成为数码视频剪辑。
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Wow, this is incredible!

UC Berkeley scientists have developed a system to capture visual activity in human brains and reconstruct it as digital video clips. Eventually, this process will allow you to record and reconstruct your own dreams on a computer screen.

http://gizmodo.com/5843117/scientists-reconstruct-video-clips-from-brain-activity

Makes me wonder what the results would be if you were a lucid dreamer [1]...

/via +Amanda Walker

[1] http://dream-guide.tumblr.com/
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#GTUG in SV #MEETUP @google
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Here's the video from my talk last night at the Silicon Valley GTUG. It's got everything from Zombies to Hangout Trolls to cool info on the Google+ project and the +1 button.
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#Genius #Guru #Luminary
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The Georgi Gurdijieff "circles".
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Lost the chances to dive deep in this water pool. It's just for the show-off, Similar like the Water Cube 水立方 [ shuǐ lì fāng ].
National Swimming Center. SO Pity
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So Hot, SO thirsty, So hungry after 4 hour in breaststroke/freestyle/backstroke(bad at butterfly) 1 hour riding & 45mins running I next try #111
So brag. If I could Do . Swim 2.4 miles! Bike 112 miles! Run 26.2 miles! Brag for the rest of your life!
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Wikipedia 维基百科
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If you're interested in the inner workings of Wikipedia, these research results from the summer are for you! :)
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Robert Scoble originally shared:
 
The new Silicon Valley bribe

I just sent some TwitBitz to +Gabe Rivera (see http://www.twitbitz.com/ for the bribe) in a pathetic attempt to get him to post more here.

See, I actually get why he doesn't (he runs Techmeme, the website I generally start my mornings with at http://techmeme.com ). Gabe can't let Google take over the news world the way I laid out this morning at https://plus.google.com/111091089527727420853/posts/Fkrt4bk37tX . If things actually work the way I think they will work Techmeme becomes less and less relevant. So, Gabe will need a lot more than some virtual currency to get him to pour value into Google's pocket the way I've been doing lately.

This also shows something else. That if you have an API you can make fun games on top of these social streams. Google+ doesn't have TwitBitz yet but I bet it will by the end of the year.

It also shows something else, which has been going around the news lately. Silicon Valley has always had private networks where influence is passed around. I'm sure if someone like Ron Conway whispered in Gabe's ear "turn on Scoble again and I'll fund your A round" that I'd be added into Techmeme faster than Steve Jurvetson's Tesla on freeway 280 goes.

This is what I don't get about all the +michael arrington hate I've been seeing course through blogs lately. He's just making transparent the influence network that already exists in Silicon Valley.

The problem is that there's a little rule: you don't talk about the network.

You don't talk about how a startup gets some funding from some investor who then puts that app on his iPhone and has your app as an example of the next cool thing. You don't talk about the incubators and their networks of hundreds of powerful alumni that can help a company get both the hype and the help to get past the "eating ramen" stage.

You don't talk about how that investor tweets about your app, how that investor makes sure that PR companies go into action hosting parties at SXSW, or how that investor makes sure that the right journalist at the right blog gets the early first look.

I'm part of this game. I know it. Everyone who visits me knows it. Everyone who watches me, and other tech bloggers, knows it.

I actually think Mike did us all a big favor for trying to just be up front about it and transparent about it. One thing I've learned about Mike over the years. You might not like his tactics but he is always consistent about them and is transparent about what he's doing. If you are out of his network he doesn't do it behind your back, like quite a few other Silicon Valley insiders do. He just tells you to your face you're out.

His integrity there is very strong with me.

The other journalists who are having a field day with Mike this week just prefer ye olde Silicon Valley bribe where they get traded a keynote on stage for an exclusive bit of news here or there for other things and all that "bribery" is done behind closed doors or in private emails instead of out in the public, which is where Mike usually does his influencing.

It's one reason why I prefer to learn about companies by accident, on my own, like I did with Instagram or Flipboard. I saw both before they had a real chance to work the Silicon Valley bribe, er, PR network.

One thing people don't like about me is that I am self promotional. Look at me, I ask. Share me, I ask. Link to me, I ask.

But I do those things in public and I do those things so I can always shine the camera back on other people and companies. You'll notice that my camera at http://youtube.com/scobleizer always aims away from me. For being such a self-promotional baahhhsttttaarrrrddd I try to spread it around. I notice that often you'll see my + 1s standing alone on other people's posts.

That is the new Silicon Valley bribe. Why do I do that? In hope that someday you'll + 1 me when you find something I've done cool. It generally works, too. Reciprocity is an important value in social networks.

That method is better than the private Silicon Valley influence bribes I often get. Other people send me DM's asking for the promotion. Or emails, or call me on the phone (it's why I put my email on my blog, it's scobleizer@gmail.com and my cell phone is always on my blog too, it's +1-425-205-1921 ).

I far prefer to learn about companies without the Silicon Valley bribe, which is why I love Google+. Just leave a short pitch here with a URL so we can all check you out together!

That said, I'm going to be at the Demo conference tomorrow and the Techcrunch Disrupt event on Tuesday. One thing about that, I don't have an invite so I'll be sitting on the bench out front. Come outside to see me and just show me something cool. You don't need to bribe me, you don't need to be a Rackspace customer, or even pay to get inside TC Disrupt.

So, here's a bribe-free zone. What companies should we pay attention to this week?

Comments are open, the first 500 get a freebie! :-)
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Robert Scoble originally shared:
 
The new Silicon Valley bribe

I just sent some TwitBitz to +Gabe Rivera (see http://www.twitbitz.com/ for the bribe) in a pathetic attempt to get him to post more here.

See, I actually get why he doesn't (he runs Techmeme, the website I generally start my mornings with at http://techmeme.com ). Gabe can't let Google take over the news world the way I laid out this morning at https://plus.google.com/111091089527727420853/posts/Fkrt4bk37tX . If things actually work the way I think they will work Techmeme becomes less and less relevant. So, Gabe will need a lot more than some virtual currency to get him to pour value into Google's pocket the way I've been doing lately.

This also shows something else. That if you have an API you can make fun games on top of these social streams. Google+ doesn't have TwitBitz yet but I bet it will by the end of the year.

It also shows something else, which has been going around the news lately. Silicon Valley has always had private networks where influence is passed around. I'm sure if someone like Ron Conway whispered in Gabe's ear "turn on Scoble again and I'll fund your A round" that I'd be added into Techmeme faster than Steve Jurvetson's Tesla on freeway 280 goes.

This is what I don't get about all the +michael arrington hate I've been seeing course through blogs lately. He's just making transparent the influence network that already exists in Silicon Valley.

The problem is that there's a little rule: you don't talk about the network.

You don't talk about how a startup gets some funding from some investor who then puts that app on his iPhone and has your app as an example of the next cool thing. You don't talk about the incubators and their networks of hundreds of powerful alumni that can help a company get both the hype and the help to get past the "eating ramen" stage.

You don't talk about how that investor tweets about your app, how that investor makes sure that PR companies go into action hosting parties at SXSW, or how that investor makes sure that the right journalist at the right blog gets the early first look.

I'm part of this game. I know it. Everyone who visits me knows it. Everyone who watches me, and other tech bloggers, knows it.

I actually think Mike did us all a big favor for trying to just be up front about it and transparent about it. One thing I've learned about Mike over the years. You might not like his tactics but he is always consistent about them and is transparent about what he's doing. If you are out of his network he doesn't do it behind your back, like quite a few other Silicon Valley insiders do. He just tells you to your face you're out.

His integrity there is very strong with me.

The other journalists who are having a field day with Mike this week just prefer ye olde Silicon Valley bribe where they get traded a keynote on stage for an exclusive bit of news here or there for other things and all that "bribery" is done behind closed doors or in private emails instead of out in the public, which is where Mike usually does his influencing.

It's one reason why I prefer to learn about companies by accident, on my own, like I did with Instagram or Flipboard. I saw both before they had a real chance to work the Silicon Valley bribe, er, PR network.

One thing people don't like about me is that I am self promotional. Look at me, I ask. Share me, I ask. Link to me, I ask.

But I do those things in public and I do those things so I can always shine the camera back on other people and companies. You'll notice that my camera at http://youtube.com/scobleizer always aims away from me. For being such a self-promotional baahhhsttttaarrrrddd I try to spread it around. I notice that often you'll see my + 1s standing alone on other people's posts.

That is the new Silicon Valley bribe. Why do I do that? In hope that someday you'll + 1 me when you find something I've done cool. It generally works, too. Reciprocity is an important value in social networks.

That method is better than the private Silicon Valley influence bribes I often get. Other people send me DM's asking for the promotion. Or emails, or call me on the phone (it's why I put my email on my blog, it's scobleizer@gmail.com and my cell phone is always on my blog too, it's +1-425-205-1921 ).

I far prefer to learn about companies without the Silicon Valley bribe, which is why I love Google+. Just leave a short pitch here with a URL so we can all check you out together!

That said, I'm going to be at the Demo conference tomorrow and the Techcrunch Disrupt event on Tuesday. One thing about that, I don't have an invite so I'll be sitting on the bench out front. Come outside to see me and just show me something cool. You don't need to bribe me, you don't need to be a Rackspace customer, or even pay to get inside TC Disrupt.

So, here's a bribe-free zone. What companies should we pay attention to this week?

Comments are open, the first 500 get a freebie! :-)
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Meetup IN Austin Again?
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YO AUSTIN, TEXAS I'm heading your way next week to help out with the Google+ stage at Austin City Limits!

Was thinking we should do a meet-up of some sort. Ya in?

I usually only go to Austin for SXSW - and thus don't know the free and fun places for a large group to kick it. Any suggestions? Could bring some Google+ swag with me and we could talk Google+, not talk Google+, have tea, dance around wildly, or just relax in the sun. Your call - I'm open to suggestions!

(Also, I think it'd be awesome if we could figure out something to do to support those affected by the wildfires)

Vote in the comments!

This should be epic...

http://blog.vh1.com/files//2010/10/austin-city-limits.jpg
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@3idiots @shaan#3idiots
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3_idiots
Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh像风般自由Be like a flowing wind
Dream of That Idiot what I could Be like a flowing wind.


He was like a flowing wind
He was like a soaring kite
Where he had vanished, let's find him

While the paths always lead us
He always made his own path
Sometimes fell, sometimes balance but always went ahead cheerfully

We were always worried about tomorrow
He always celebrated today
He lived every minute fully

From where did he come
Where he had vanished,
touching our hearts

He was like a shade in scorching sun
He was like an oasis in a vast desert
He was like the medicine for the wounded heart

We were limited to well
He will do somersault in the river
He used to swim against the turbulent current

He was like a carefree cloud
He was our close friend
Where he had vanished, let's find him


behti hawa sa tha woh (tha woh…)
udti patang sa tha woh (tha woh…)
kahan gaya usae dhoondo

hum ko to raahein thi chalati
woh khud apni raah banata
girta, sambhalta,masti mein chalta tha woh

hum ko kal ki fikr sataati
woh bus aaj ka jashn manaata
har lamhe ko khul ke jeeta tha woh

kahan se aaya tha woh (tha woh…)
chhoo ke humare dil ko (tha woh…)
kahan gaya usae dhoondo

sulagti dhoop mein chhaaon ke jaisa
raegistaan mein gaaon ke jaisa
mann ke ghav pe marham jaisa tha woh


hum sahme se rehte koovein mein
woh nadiya mein gotae lagata
ulti dhara cheer ke tairta tha woh

baadal awara tha woh
yaar humara tha woh
kahan gaya usae dhoondo

hum ko to raahein thi chalati
(hum ko to raahein thi chalati)
woh khud apni raah banata
(woh khud apni raah banata)
girta, sambhalta,
(girta, sambhalta, )
masti mein chalta tha woh
(masti mein chalta tha woh)

hum ko kal ki fikr sataati
(hum ko kal ki fikr sataati)
woh bus aaj ka jashn manaata
(woh bus aaj ka jashn manaata)
har lamhe ko khul ke jeeta tha woh
(har lamhe ko khul ke jeeta tha woh)

kahan se aaya tha woh (tha woh…)
chhoo ke humare dil ko (tha woh…)
kahan gaya usae dhoondo


他像风一般自由
似风筝翱翔天际
他去了哪里,让我们去寻觅

我们为脚下的路途牵引
他却在独辟自己的蹊径
路途坎坷却勇往直前

我们为明日愁颜
他只顾畅享当今
让每一刻壮美不凡充实无比

他来自何处
触动你我心弦却又消失不见
他去了哪里,让我们去寻觅

烈日之下,他如同一片林荫
大漠之中,他好似一片绿洲
对受伤之心,他是良药一剂

我们都恐惧地泥足于井底
他无畏地畅游于海天之际
毫不迟疑地激流勇进

他如同一片浮云独自飘逸
他却是我们最好的知己
他去了哪里,让我们去寻觅

我们为脚下的路途牵引
他却在独辟自己的蹊径
路途坎坷却勇往直前

我们为明日愁颜
他只顾畅享当今
让每一刻壮美不凡充实无比

他来自何处
触动你我心弦却又消失不见
他去了哪里,让我们去寻觅http://dreamy-songs.blogspot.com/2009/12/behti-hawa-sa-tha-woh-3-idiots-lyrics.html
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http://www.lyricsmasti.com/song/7203/get_lyrics_of_Behti-Hawa-Tha-Wo.html
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If you ride around this mountains or ride on the grass, it's easy to the top of the hill, right? SSS route to the Top.
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I'll slowly add some photos from the trip to Schilthorn last weekend.
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