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Mary Ann Evankovich
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You ever wonder why you don't want to injure your neck?

Here's a picture I just made of the connections between neck and brain.

This image was made from the average connections of a large group of people, yours will vary from this of course, but the underlying structure will basically be the same.
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WOW.....
While the unit weighs in at 45 pounds, it is transferred to the ground rather than to the patient. The system can accommodate most patients who weigh 220 or less and who are between 5’2” and 6’2” in height.

Be certain to check out the video of the device at FutureMed in the article.
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We’re excited to see the +U.S. Department of State make Chrome available for all employees -- in just 2 weeks since Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s announcement (more below), over 58,000 State Department employees have chosen to use Chrome.

You can jump to 35:10 in the video below to watch Secretary Clinton’s announcement, or head to the +Google Enterprise blog for a guest post by the State Department’s Chris Bronk: http://goo.gl/4JI7F.

#ChromeforBusiness
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If you are a parent or a grandparent of a child on the spectrum grab a tissue before you view this one...
"Autism and Animals: An Amazing Victory"

Sometimes the stars align and we have a victory. Today was one such day. I introduced you all to Bella, the newest member of the Lost and Tired family. I talked about how she seems to be helping Emmett with a few of his challenges.

http://lostandtired.com/2012/02/29/autism-and-animals-the-amazing-victory/
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Robot Quadrotors Perform James Bond Theme
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Flying robot quadrotors perform the James Bond Theme by playing various instruments including the keyboard, drums and maracas, a cymbal, and the debut of an adapted guitar built from a couch frame.
More Information can be found here:
http://www.upenn.edu/spotlights/penn-quadrotors-ted
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