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Ivan Žužak
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As part of Google's ongoing commitment to increasing the number of women in engineering, Google is offering a travel sponsorship to the 2013 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference. Read on :)

Interested in networking with some of the top female computer science leaders at the Grace Hopper Conference 2013 held in Minneapolis, Minnesota?  If you are a female computer science student or professional living in Europe, Middle East or Africa, Google is offering a travel grant to help get you there this October 2-5, 2013. 

For more information on eligibility, terms and conditions, apply here (goo.gl/VRAf9a) by August 22nd for an opportunity to have your expenses paid for including registration fees, accommodations and flights. The winners will be announced on September 4th.

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I've just stumbled upon an interesting chromium feature request:

What do you think of detecting and ignoring keyboard input by cats

Go star the issue if you think that's something that should be implemented. For what it's worth, I've starred it ;)

Source: http://crbug.com/135117
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Frog On The Hercules Beetle

Photographer: Nicolas Reusens ~ http://goo.gl/j7fk7
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+Peter Dickman Is Google's PSHB hub still on v0.3 or does it implement v0.4? If it's still on v0.3 - what are the plans for moving to v0.4? /cc +Roman Perepelitsa 

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"No spy should have that big a tell." - John Oliver

Good News! You're Not Paranoid - NSA Oversight
http://on.cc.com/ZI9Ffl
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Beautiful story. I love it when one of my favorite actors also turns out to be a wonderful person.

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Incredible colour footage of 1920s London shot by an early British pioneer of film named Claude Frisse-Greene, who made a series of travelogues using the colour process his father William - a noted cinematographer - was experimenting with. It's like a beautifully dusty old postcard you'd find in a junk store, but moving.
Music by Jonquil and Yann Tiersen.

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