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I have no special talent I am only passionately curious - Einstein
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Dorothea Tanning
women artists
there is no such thing - or person
it’s just as much a contradiction in terms as 'man artist' or 'elephant artist'
you may be a woman and you may be an artist
but the one is a given and the other is you

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Dorothea Margaret Tanning (25 August 1910 – 31 January 2012)
Dorothea Tanning was an American painter, printmaker, sculptor, writer, and poet born in Galesburg, Illinois and attended Knox College before studying painting in Chicago. In 1941, now in New York, she met the art dealer, Julien Levy who gave Tanning two one-person exhibitions, and also introduced her to the circle of émigré Surrealists. She turned her attention to her writing and poetry in the 1990s, working and publishing until the end of her life at age 101.

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相片侵權爭議時有所聞,一個簡單的標籤,至少可以嚴正地表明自己的立場:我不歡迎別人濫用這張相片!

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為什麼總是要為了人們「自私的理由」破壞「自然的美好」...我們拿什麼教育下一代親近自然,愛護生態?(多多分享轉發,讓聲音強大)

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Now that you can add images, links, and (most importantly) GIF's to your comments, here's a +1 GIF to use for all those times the +1 button alone just doesn't cut it.

To save this GIF, drag it to your desktop or right-click and 'Save As'. You can then attach it to any comment you wish.
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It’s been said that the Internet of Things (IoT) has the power to revamp technology, but in truth, it’s capable of doing a whole lot more. This global network of connected objects is poised to revolutionize human life, and a big part comes down to its impact on the business world.
#iot #m2m #machinelearning #internetofthings #customerservice #innovation #wearables #bigdata #predictiveanalytics  

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WeVideo: first impressions
One of the first content creation apps new Chrome OS users are recommended is the www.WeVideo.com cloud video editor. I didn’t pay much attention to it other than checking a few web pages to get a sense of what it can do. Until now.

I’m trying +WeVideo for a project and I’d say its good reputation is well deserved.

The user interface is clean, effective, fast, and provides several advanced features. WeVideo integrates well with the Google ecosystem as it lets you import media from Google Drive and Google Photos and export videos to YouTube and Google Drive. In addition the product has a dedicated, passionate team as the quality and quantity of the documentation and tutorials hint.

Interestingly, the opinions on WeVideo echo the ones often heard about Chrome OS and the cloud.

Many dismiss WeVideo as not powerful enough. They mention edge or unusual cases and point out it can’t do this or that. Yes, you need specialized software and a lot of hardware for editing a 4K, 60fps, effects-packed, CGI movie for a production studio. I get it. But they may be overkill for personal, school, or small business projects.

As Chrome OS and the cloud, WeVideo is the right tool for a surprisingly large user base.

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喔~wifi控、光控、溫控、沒電線吃電池~嗯~想想
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