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Nicole C. Scott
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A highly skilled Project Coordinator, Social Media Consultant, and Graphic/Web Designer specializing in TV, video, film and multimedia production.
A highly skilled Project Coordinator, Social Media Consultant, and Graphic/Web Designer specializing in TV, video, film and multimedia production.

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Neat how Google automatically loads GPS and images to tell a travel story.  It even pinged me where I was when I shot the video in the plane.

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Interesting new tech development like what we've seen in futuristic movies.
 A group of Japanese scientists have created touchable holograms, three dimensional virtual objects that can be manipulated by human hand.
Using femtosecond laser technology the researchers developed 'Fairy Lights, a system that can fire high frequency laser pulses that last one millionth of one billionth of a second.
The pulses respond to human touch, so that -- when interrupted -- the hologram's pixels can be manipulated in mid-air.
The touchable hologram, which is being experimented with at the Utsunomiya University Center for Optical Research and Education, uses a laser provided by the university to the researchers.

http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/japanese-scientists-create-touchable-holograms-n471276

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Love these awesome people, (and their products).  Help the +Sea of Change Trading Co make their chocolate bar dream a reality on +Indiegogo! 

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shift in perspective, that's all it takes...
So very much this. OK from now on, y'all are trees. 
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The author at +NutritionFacts.org encourages everyone to try experimenting by sprinkling some powdered #dulse on your food.+Sea of Change Trading Co produces a great powdered dulse to add to your cooking. 

http://www.seaofchangetrading.com/sea-vegetable-store/

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Being a "locovore" is wise

According to a new study by Elliott Campbell, a professor at the University of California, Merced, it is. In his research, he found that in fact, 90 percent of Americans could be fed entirely by food grown or raised within 100 miles of their homes.

Using data from a farmland-mapping project supported by the National Science Foundation and data about land productivity from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Campbell and his students at the university looked at the farms within a local radius of every American city. Next, they calculated how many calories the farms could produce and then estimated the percentage of the population that could be sustained entirely by food grown by those farms.

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Had a great time at a private fundraiser event for the film, +Paying The Price For Peace!  Many great people attended the screening of the documentary work-in-progress...

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