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Aurona Zhang
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Good foresight
Thirty years ago this week, TIME named the Personal Computer 'Machine of the Year.' This was the first time an object received the Man of the Year accolade: http://ti.me/Up0RKX
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Sometimes I get confused about what will be right or wrong to do in God's eyes.I even feel shameful about listening to music I used to listen.Even I know myself it won't have bad influence on me, there are just rules I feel I need to follow.The problem is that: how much should I trust rules or trust myself?

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weird beauty
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Aurora over Kvaløya, Norway

September 27, 2011

Image taken by: Fredrik Broms
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Morgan Stanley beat Goldman Sachs in the fighting for the leading role of facebook IPO whoooh!!!!!!

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it's hard to put it into action though
"What’s next? That’s the question being asked as cities close down Occupy encampments and winter approaches."

George Lakoff, professor of linguistics, says the answer is simple -- occupy elections!

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love Robert Reich's blogs
UC Berkeley Professor Robert Reich says the economy is not out of the woods, but we may be seeing some daylight. Plus he tells us what we need to watch out for...

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the voice of middle class. . .
UC Berkeley Professor Robert Reich deconstructs President Obama's Dec. 7 economic speech -- a speech that Reich believes outlines Obama's economic platform for his 2012 campaign.

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Leaves outside Haas Pavilion have their gold on. Unfortunately, the sky is not blue today. Follow us on Instagram.

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Earthrise at Christmas

Forty-three years ago this Christmas, a turbulent world looked to the heavens for a unique view of our home planet. This photo of "Earthrise" over the lunar horizon was taken by the Apollo 8 crew in December 1968, showing Earth for the first time as it appears from deep space.

http://www.nasa.gov/
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