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yeah...about those iPhone "upgrades"
Specs definitely aren't everything but Ars Technica reviews editor Ron Amadeo, who specializes in reviewing Android products, couldn't help laughing at some of the specifications that Apple include...
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hahah saw this in one of my feeds--"Nick & Knight" premiere: the BSB&NKOTB pair you didn't know you were missing?  you be the judge  http://www.pandora.com/station/play/2227035667927657497
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Excited to see where this goes!  But where's Philly at? #muralartsprogram  
 
Here today, gone tomorrow, street art is always at risk of being scrubbed out and lost forever. Now, with the help of technology, you can stroll through these colorful streets on the +Google Art Project—an ongoing collection that captures the art and flavor of streets around the world:  g.co/streetart #StreetArtProject 
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Winning in the middle--not top on either PC or mobile, but top overall
 
Adobe says Chrome is now the most popular browser in the US, usurping Internet Explorer.
A new report from Adobe Digital Index reveals Google browsers have surpassed Microsoft IE in US market share, with Chrome and Android browsers winning 31.8 percent of the combined desktop and mobile browser market, compared to IE’s 30.9 percent market share. Adobe claims this is a six-percent year-over-year increase for Google, while IE is down […]
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“We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.” —Steinbeck
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In class this week we were talking about the importance of vocabulary in shaping the design and problem-solving process and then I saw this (and, yes, I’m guilty as charged on this one)
Which of the following is awesome: your lunch or the Great Pyramid of Giza? Comedian Jill Shargaa sounds a hilarious call for us to save the word "awesome" for things that truly inspire awe.
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Skynet is coming...er, I mean Skybox.  But seriously, check out some of the unconventional ways to connect the dots between data--scary cool.
Google's purchase of satellite firm Skybox for just $500 million, writes columnist Christopher Mims, could have a bigger impact on the search company's bottom line and on the world than any other recent high-tech acquisition.
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not sure how I feel about digitizing my post-it obsession....but yay for jumbo post-its!
The companies are offering co-branded note-taking products for a digital age.
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we used to play "soccer volleyball" when we were traveling for soccer tournaments--didn't know it was a real thing!
Futevolei is a popular Brazilian version of beach volleyball in which players use any move that would be legal in soccer to get the ball back over the net.
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Beats getting in the game with Nike and Adidas (I give the edge to Nike/W+K, but the Beats spot is solid). 6 days!
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On the soccer fixing scandal and gambling: It is huge,” Mr. Jay said. “FIFA boasts about how much money they make every four years with the World Cup. You know what they call $4 billion in the illegal betting markets in Asia? Thursday.”
After his 2011 arrest in Finland, Wilson Raj Perumal, above right in suit, charted for the police the organization of a Singaporean match-fixing syndicate that he worked for. The syndicate was run by Tan Seet Eng, known as Dan Tan, above top right, who collaborated with Ante Sapina of Croatia, ...
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Bill Gates making a case for why numbers and measurement matter universally:
"But any innovation—whether it’s 
a new vaccine or an improved seed—can’t have 
an impact unless it reaches the people who will 
benefit from it. That’s why in this year’s letter I 
discuss how innovations in measurement are 
critical to finding new, effective ways to deliver 
these tools and services to the clinics, family 
farms, and classrooms that need them." 
"how measurement is making a difference. In 
Colorado, Melinda and I learned how a school district is 
pioneering a new system to measure and promote teacher 
effectiveness. In Ethiopia, I witnessed how a poor country, 
pursuing goals set by the United Nations, delivered better 
health services to its people. In Nigeria, I’ve seen how 
the digital revolution allows us to improve the use of 
measurement in the campaign to eradicate polio"
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