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David Wallin
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Japan punks like no other place.
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Classy!
 
Nintendo audio played by player piano and robotic percussion
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Drinking Coffee Linked To 50 Percent Lower Risk Of Suicide

A new study by the Harvard School of Public Health gives us another excuse to defend our caffeine addictions; read more from Popular Science: http://goo.gl/O2LI6b
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So true..
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Wish there was a way to go back to a 1-column google plus layout.. I'm not really enjoying this pinteresty layout. 
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Agreed.. I think G+ has a lot of potential, but it hasn't quite reached it yet due to the smaller / weirder userbase.
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Nice Alex! Glitchbreaks rocks.
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Thanks David!
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Jeremiah Warren uses a ceiling fan for his DIY bullet time effect http://bit.ly/19RlZNt
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Billion-Year-Old Water Could Hold Clues to Life On Earth and Mars

May 15, 2013 — A UK-Canadian team of scientists has discovered ancient pockets of water, which have been isolated deep underground for billions of years and contain abundant chemicals known to support life.

This water could be some of the oldest on the planet and may even contain life. Not just that, but the similarity between the rocks that trapped it and those on Mars raises the hope that comparable life-sustaining water could lie buried beneath the Red Planet's surface.

The findings, published in Nature today, may force us to rethink which parts of our planet are fit for life, and could reveal clues about how microbes evolve in isolation.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/05/130515131550.htm
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Developer of several iOS music apps (bleep!BOX and Genome MIDI Sequencer), also works as a Lab Director for a digital marketing agency.
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Products and interviews have appeared in Computer Music magazine. Won the PC Gamer Mod contest for Quake 2 and made several successful mods, back in the day.
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