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Back to the real world... or was I already in the real world...
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Who is Aung San Suu Kyi? | Rena Pederson | TEDxSMU: https://youtu.be/W0WOfMeWvsQ
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Poet Ali: The most important language you will ever learn
پوت علی: مهم‌ترین زبانی که خواهید آموخت
‪#‎TED‬ ‪#‎TEDx‬ ‪#‎TEDxOC‬
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Nexus 5 handheld zoom samples.
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Give a backpack to a child in need in the Bay Area: http://youtu.be/s0chBr1Zn5I - #GoogleShoppingExpress #rocks
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Happy grandpa's day, Orion and Dad at SF Symphony.
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Even more proof that going to college is worth it.  Its the right reason for learning, for your income and its even a lot of fun.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/27/upshot/is-college-worth-it-clearly-new-data-say.html?_r=0
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Attention K-12 Teachers and Summer Enrichment Program Leaders!

Are you interested in learning more about Computer Science but don’t know where to start? Try the Search Engine for K-12 Computer Science Education (http://goo.gl/KQ6IYQ) on +Google for Education

To discover resources for introducing your students to the world of coding, search for ‘code tutorials’ and explore the range of materials, such as the +Code.org  (http://goo.gl/TMmJWn) and +Processing (http://goo.gl/mU9WI8) Tutorials. Your students can use these to learn the basics of computer science through web-based tutorials. If you’re interested in learning how to integrate computer science into your language arts, mathematics, or science classroom, search for ‘computational thinking’ and browse the Exploring Computational Thinking (http://goo.gl/YemCuj) site for activities and projects you can use with your students.

Getting started on your search for computer science instructional materials is easy with this customized search engine. Head over to the +Google for Education  Tools & Resources page (http://goo.gl/KQ6IYQ), click on the Visit Site link for the Search Engine for K-12 Computer Science Education, and enter any keyword (such as tutorial, variables, or programming) to begin exploring the world of computer science in K-12 education.
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