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Kevin Koo
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A lawyer from Kuala Lumpur
A lawyer from Kuala Lumpur

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If you're on Twitter, you can follow me, and I will follow back (probably).

My Twitter handle is @kevinkoosk
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What the Plus? Just heard the news that Google+ is being sunsetted.
I saw great potential in Google+.
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The Academy Software Foundation (https://aswf.io) has been set up by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, along with the Linux Foundation, to watch over the open source community around animation/movie making.

They are currently setting up the processes for intaking projects. My impression is they'll focus on critical and narrow-scope projects initially, such as for special effects, animation, which are very needed by the industry and need support.

Maybe they'll get also to classical video editing, because movie making, but it depends on the industry's interest after all.

https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2018/08/hollywood-turns-to-open-source
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As we continue to narrow the search parameters, we will be looking in all the right places to find extraterrestrial life similar to our own. It now appears UV light is a critical component in the evolution of life.

"...stars which give off sufficient ultraviolet (UV) light could kick-start life on their orbiting planets in the same way it likely developed on Earth, where the UV light powers a series of chemical reactions that produce the building blocks of life.

...According to recent estimates, there are as many as 700 million trillion terrestrial planets in the observable universe..."

FROM ASTRONOMY MAGAZINE:
"...distinguishing which planets could develop and sustain life is a great place to start. And with the recent launch of NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), and the James Webb Space Telescope set to launch in 2020, we might be able to corroborate this theory sooner rather than later."

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