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London 2012 Closing Ceremonies Official Program.

Just got my program and they have quite a concert planned tonight.

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Partial list of who is playing:

The Who
David Bowie
Taio Cruz
Fatboy Slim
Annie Lennox
Kaiser Chiefs
George Michael
Marisa Monte
Pet Shop Boys
The Spice Girls
More than 4,000 others including London Symphony Orchestra.
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That is biggggg...............

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Oh Snap! - Who is your favourite?

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Now, that's a "shitty" job!!

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A Moment Captured #Lahore c. 1948 (After Partition)

Photographer: Henri Cartier (Rights Reserved)

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Googler Spotlight Video: Paul Carff

Senior Developer Advocate +Paul Carff sat down with us for a video edition of our Googler Spotlight series. Paul talks about day job working with Google TV developers and introduces us to the Kegdroid, his beer-dispensing side project that runs on Android apps that he developed.

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“Do not believe in anything 
simply because you have heard it. 
Do not believe in anything 
simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. 
Do not believe in anything 
simply because it is found written in your religious books.
Do not believe in anything 
merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. 
Do not believe in traditions 
because they have been handed down for many 
But after observation and analysis, 
when you find that anything agrees with reason 
and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, 
then accept it 
and live up to it.”

— Siddhartha Gautama

#logic   #reason   #philsophy   #philosophyfriday  image via

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Teenager builds cancer detecting artificial brain

The second annual Google Science Fair, a science talent competition for kids ages 13 to 18, was held this month in Palo Alto, California. This year’s winner, 17-year-old Brittany Wenger, wrote a cloud-based computer program that makes breast cancer detection less invasive. She called it the “Global Neural Network Cloud Service for Breast Cancer.” Wenger created computer programs coded to think like the human brain and then used them to locate mass malignancy in breast tissue samples.

Traditional methods of finding mass malignancy use a minimally invasive, but painful, biopsy called a fine needle aspirate (FNA). Analyzing tissues collected with this method isn’t always effective and sometimes results in further invasive procedures. Wegner tested her method with 7.6 million trials to see how accurately it would detect cancerous tumors. It succeeded with a 97.4 percent success rate in prediction and 99.1 percent sensitivity to malignancy when analyzing samples collected from FNA. Employing this data to a cloud service could make it possible for doctors to assess tumors without employing more invasive testing.

For winning the competition, Wegner received $50,000, a trip to the Galapagos Islands and one year of mentoring and internship opportunities. As for her future, Wegner said in a recent interview that she plans to major in computer science in college and attend medical school.

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