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Francine Hardaway has been at 3 events

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Robert Scoble6,843,233Join Robert Scoble and Shel Israel for the launch of their new book, Age of Context, which is about how sensors, wearable computers, machine learning, social, and location data are changing our world, our privacy, and bringing us highly assistive and personalized products and services. Everyone is invited. To RSVP, please visit EventBrite at http://ageofcontext.eventbrite.com/Age of Context Book Launch with Robert Scoble and Shel Israel2013-11-07 18:00:0083  
Kathi Browne12,552Our #glassmed  explorers have been pushing Glass to the limit, discovering ways this hands-free technology might benefit healthcare. One such application is Glass as a teaching tool. Procedures and surgeries are being video recorded to use as demonstration tools or to show different perspectives and approaches.  Whether used in a remote medical education setting or as a hands-on teaching tool ... worn by the healthcare professional, student, or patient ... our explorers are excited to share with you the potential they realize and to answer some of your questions. Anyone can watch this live discussion by visiting the event page at the appointed time, and post comments here for us to see. If you would like to participate in the discussion LIVE, don't be shy. Ask! *Explorer Guests include:*      Dr. @115559012660218643785       Surgeon and Assistant Professor, University of Washington       Dr. @101133491334310765635         General/Trauma Surgeon & TEDx speaker , Eastern Maine Medical Center      Dr. Marty Olsen (@113641288823100824571 )       Obstetrics and Gynecology, East Tenn State Univers College of Medicine #GlassMed   #GoogleGlass   #GlassExplorers   #hangoutsonair   #HOA  HOA: Glass in Medical Training2013-07-30 14:30:0038  
Veterans United353,946*Glass Hangout with Fellow Glass Explorers* Join fellow Glass Explorers from around the nation as they talk about how they're using one of the world's first wearable computers.  From veterans advocates, doctors, to journalists, to developers... hear about their experience with Glass and its first person point of view.   If you have questions, please leave them below and we'll try to answer them LIVE in our Hangout. Glass Cast with Google Glass Explorers2013-07-17 01:00:00108  

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2015-04-05 18:14:30 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Since this came via Twitter and from someone I don't know, I don't want to click through and read the story. Somebody do it for me? I think it's a scam/hoax/phishing/malware trick. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t1.0-9/c26.0.100.100/11027990_10154605219788647_4535567127241696652_n.jpg?oh=13fdb607eb8dcb3ffeb55de6ca6e2609&oe=559B0E9A

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2015-06-30 00:45:51 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

AOL will take over Microsoft ad sales for display, mobile, & video in US; Bing to replace Google on AOL for search

Under the AOL pact, Microsoft’s Bing search engine will power search results and advertising on AOL’s properties for 10 years. Bing is displacing Google Inc., which had long provided search technology for AOL.  

Most plusones: 10

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2015-05-07 02:04:59 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

This is perfect!

Latest 50 posts

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2015-07-20 14:06:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Lovely little port towns in Brittany 

Lovely little port towns in Brittany ___

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2015-07-12 08:34:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Very special family day yesterday

Very special family day yesterday___

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2015-06-30 00:45:51 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

AOL will take over Microsoft ad sales for display, mobile, & video in US; Bing to replace Google on AOL for search

Under the AOL pact, Microsoft’s Bing search engine will power search results and advertising on AOL’s properties for 10 years. Bing is displacing Google Inc., which had long provided search technology for AOL.  

AOL will take over Microsoft ad sales for display, mobile, & video in US; Bing to replace Google on AOL for search

Under the AOL pact, Microsoft’s Bing search engine will power search results and advertising on AOL’s properties for 10 years. Bing is displacing Google Inc., which had long provided search technology for AOL.  ___

2015-06-30 00:44:35 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

(Please repost widely!)

Just a week to go before we launch "MediaLIT: Overcoming Information Overload," our free online course that asks folks to be active users, not passive consumers, of news and information.

It's not a huge time commitment, but we've packed a lot into this, including guest videos with folks such as Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales, Margaret Sullivan (NY Times public editor), Brian Stelter (CNN), Len Downie (former executive editor of the Washington Post), Renee Hobbs (Media Literacy Project), Joi Ito (MIT Media Lab), Lawrence Krauss (physicist), Latoya Peterson (activist and editor at Fusion), Baratunde Thurston (author, comedian, etc.), Amanda Palmer (musician and author) and many others.

The course is a project of ASU Online and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication (where I teach part-time), and is running on... more »

(Please repost widely!)

Just a week to go before we launch "MediaLIT: Overcoming Information Overload," our free online course that asks folks to be active users, not passive consumers, of news and information.

It's not a huge time commitment, but we've packed a lot into this, including guest videos with folks such as Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales, Margaret Sullivan (NY Times public editor), Brian Stelter (CNN), Len Downie (former executive editor of the Washington Post), Renee Hobbs (Media Literacy Project), Joi Ito (MIT Media Lab), Lawrence Krauss (physicist), Latoya Peterson (activist and editor at Fusion), Baratunde Thurston (author, comedian, etc.), Amanda Palmer (musician and author) and many others.

The course is a project of ASU Online and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication (where I teach part-time), and is running on the edX platform, the MOOC initiative started by Harvard and MIT.

Join us!___

2015-06-19 14:38:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

If you've never been to + YxYY, you must think about going next summer. It's such an amazing unconference!

If you've never been to + YxYY, you must think about going next summer. It's such an amazing unconference!___

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2015-06-12 00:38:06 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

That is a big change.

Wow, that's a big jump -> Twitter Will Increase DM Character Limit From 140 To 10,000 via +Martin Beck ___That is a big change.

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2015-05-31 22:53:24 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

I Went Paleo and Now I Hate Everything

Please put aside whatever religious sentiments you have about the Paleo Diet, and read this because it is simply the funniest thing I've read in months.

Recently, I went pseudo Paleo.

I say pseudo, because, like most things in my life, I’ve jumped in headfirst without putting any thought or research into it (this is also how I ended up taking a workout class called “Insanity.” Afterwards, I was drooling and delirious. So I guess it delivered).

It just happens to be by Geraldine, the wife of +Rand Fishkin, and I don't even know why I mentioned that because she'd be just as good a writer if she were actually sleeping with "the guy from the farmers market" instead of Rand (read the piece!).

I Went Paleo and Now I Hate Everything

Please put aside whatever religious sentiments you have about the Paleo Diet, and read this because it is simply the funniest thing I've read in months.

Recently, I went pseudo Paleo.

I say pseudo, because, like most things in my life, I’ve jumped in headfirst without putting any thought or research into it (this is also how I ended up taking a workout class called “Insanity.” Afterwards, I was drooling and delirious. So I guess it delivered).

It just happens to be by Geraldine, the wife of +Rand Fishkin, and I don't even know why I mentioned that because she'd be just as good a writer if she were actually sleeping with "the guy from the farmers market" instead of Rand (read the piece!).___

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2015-05-30 14:46:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Man's tomatoes 

Man's tomatoes ___

2015-05-27 15:45:13 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

If you don't already subscribe to The Information you should. This article is worth the entire deal. Do you know who the top competitors in self-driving cars are? No, not BMW or Tesla. Uber, Baidu, Google, and Apple. Timeline: 5 years https://www.theinformation.com/Why-Google-May-Not-Win-in-Self-Driving-Cars?token=13a8e73f4bede85874b1d4127d64c3af

If you don't already subscribe to The Information you should. This article is worth the entire deal. Do you know who the top competitors in self-driving cars are? No, not BMW or Tesla. Uber, Baidu, Google, and Apple. Timeline: 5 years https://www.theinformation.com/Why-Google-May-Not-Win-in-Self-Driving-Cars?token=13a8e73f4bede85874b1d4127d64c3af___

2015-05-26 22:05:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Congratulations Kara Swisher​ and Walt Mossberg​. You built something of value. I love Recode. Vox is acquiring Recode. This makes perfect sense to me, unlike some of the other mergers I've seen talked about lately. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/27/business/media/vox-media-acquiring-recode.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0 

Congratulations Kara Swisher​ and Walt Mossberg​. You built something of value. I love Recode. Vox is acquiring Recode. This makes perfect sense to me, unlike some of the other mergers I've seen talked about lately. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/27/business/media/vox-media-acquiring-recode.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0 ___

2015-05-26 21:34:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

https://medium.com/@hardaway/trolls-you-ruined-it-for-me-19b7ceff79fc

https://medium.com/@hardaway/trolls-you-ruined-it-for-me-19b7ceff79fc___

2015-05-26 14:59:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Got this press release this morning. Hard to believe it will be the same GigaOm. Gigaom.com Acquired by Knowingly Corp Knowingly Corp, an Austin-based Internet startup, announced today that it has acquired a portion of the assets of Gigaom. These assets include the website, gigaom.com, as well as the content library. At the helm of Knowingly Corp is tech entrepreneur and author Byron Reese, who describes Gigaom as, “second to none in what it does.” He adds, “We are excited to be a chapter of the Gigaom story and look forward to continuing its mission of ‘humanizing the impact of technology.’” “We live at what I believe is the great turning point of all of human history, and that is being driven in large part by the technologies we are creating. This new world we are making will not just be more prosperous, but it will be more fair and more just than any time in the past,” says Reese,echoing the the... more »

Got this press release this morning. Hard to believe it will be the same GigaOm. Gigaom.com Acquired by Knowingly Corp Knowingly Corp, an Austin-based Internet startup, announced today that it has acquired a portion of the assets of Gigaom. These assets include the website, gigaom.com, as well as the content library. At the helm of Knowingly Corp is tech entrepreneur and author Byron Reese, who describes Gigaom as, “second to none in what it does.” He adds, “We are excited to be a chapter of the Gigaom story and look forward to continuing its mission of ‘humanizing the impact of technology.’” “We live at what I believe is the great turning point of all of human history, and that is being driven in large part by the technologies we are creating. This new world we are making will not just be more prosperous, but it will be more fair and more just than any time in the past,” says Reese, echoing the theme of his book, Infinite Progress: How the Internet and technology will end ignorance, disease, poverty, hunger and war. He adds, “Gigaom will continue documenting this transformation and the technologies which are driving it.” Knowingly plans to relaunch the site on August 15, 2015. Until that date, visitors will find only minimal changes to the site and no new content. Founded in 2006 by Om Malik, GigaOm began as a technology blog and soon grew to become one of the industry’s most respected sources for tech-related news, events and research. Founded in 2014 by Reese, Knowingly offers a number of websites and services, including iforetold.com, where people can log predictions about the future, and Correctica, a tool which catches errors in documents and websites that spell checkers miss. ___

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2015-05-19 21:57:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Go +Jolie O'Dell +Wearable World for partnering with IndieGoGo to crowdfund independent tech journalism. #wwc15   Pledge at http:// readwritefund.com

Go +Jolie O'Dell +Wearable World for partnering with IndieGoGo to crowdfund independent tech journalism. #wwc15   Pledge at http:// readwritefund.com___

2015-05-14 14:14:37 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

It's 7:11 AM and already over 100 people have posted to my timeline wishing me a Happy Birthday. On days like this I remember how truly lucky I am that the internet happened during my lifetime and I have the opportunity to know all of you and to enjoy your friendship and support. We may bitch over the small stuff, but look how wonderful our world is with all the opportunity to connect. And special thanks to Mark Zuckerberg for bringing us all together when he was just a puppy, Today is his birthday, too.( Randi​ please tell him how much I appreciate what he has done.)

It's 7:11 AM and already over 100 people have posted to my timeline wishing me a Happy Birthday. On days like this I remember how truly lucky I am that the internet happened during my lifetime and I have the opportunity to know all of you and to enjoy your friendship and support. We may bitch over the small stuff, but look how wonderful our world is with all the opportunity to connect. And special thanks to Mark Zuckerberg for bringing us all together when he was just a puppy, Today is his birthday, too.( Randi​ please tell him how much I appreciate what he has done.)___

2015-05-14 14:01:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

The building industry is about to get a kick in the pants. Buildings won't be allowed to be "sick" anymore. And what a wonderful next step for my good friend and former "boss" Wendy Vittori​ #Intel, #motorola, HEALTH PRODUCT DECLARATION COLLABORATIVE NAMES WENDY VITTORI EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Accomplished business executive will head building industry standards group dedicated to transparency and disclosure of material contents and health information The Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPD Collaborative) is pleased to announce that Wendy Vittori has joined the organization as its new Executive Director.“We are excited to welcome such an outstanding leader to our organization. Wendy’s commitment and enthusiasm for our mission - to bring a new level of transparency to the building industry - have been evident in the work she has done for us as a strategicconsu... more »

The building industry is about to get a kick in the pants. Buildings won't be allowed to be "sick" anymore. And what a wonderful next step for my good friend and former "boss" Wendy Vittori​ #Intel, #motorola, HEALTH PRODUCT DECLARATION COLLABORATIVE NAMES WENDY VITTORI EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Accomplished business executive will head building industry standards group dedicated to transparency and disclosure of material contents and health information The Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPD Collaborative) is pleased to announce that Wendy Vittori has joined the organization as its new Executive Director.“We are excited to welcome such an outstanding leader to our organization. Wendy’s commitment and enthusiasm for our mission - to bring a new level of transparency to the building industry - have been evident in the work she has done for us as a strategic consultant to the organization since its inception. Her deep experience bridges the worlds of green building, information technology and executive leadership. As we move forward to the next phase of growth for the Health Product Declaration (HPD) Open Standard, we could not be more pleased to have Wendy as our new Executive Director,” said Amanda Kaminsky, HPD Collaborative Board Chair and Sustainable Construction Manager for the Durst Organization. Wendy Vittori has over thirty years of executive leadership experience in the technology industry, where she was an executive with the Intel and Motorola corporations. During her corporate career she was a corporate officer and had P&L responsibilities at the division level. She also was a leader in the development of several industry computing standards. Since 2007 she has been the founder and principal consultant of Vittori Consulting LLC, a strategic consulting firm. With clients from the for-profit, non-profit and governmental , her work has focused on improving strategic organization implementation and performance. She has a distinguished record of public service as a member of boards and commissions focused on the economic development and sustainability of the Arizona- Sonora region. She is an associate faculty member at the Non-Profit Management Institute the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation, where she teaches in the field of strategic management. “This is a pivotal moment in the evolution of transparency in the building industry,” said Vittori. “In three short years the Health Product Declaration Open Standard has been embraced by many leading customers and manufacturers in the building industry. It has been incorporated into several of the most important certifications for green building, such as LEED® v41 and the WELL Building Standard®2. I am excited and honored to be asked by the HPD Collaborative’s Board to assume this leadership role at this critical juncture and be able to use my past experience, particularly in the open standards innovation sphere, to build on the excellent accomplishments of the HPD Collaborative’s first three years.” Vittori replaces John Knott, who served as Executive Director for the previous two years. “The Board is appreciative of the contributions that John has made to our growth, the successful uptake of the HPD Open Standard Version 1, and important harmonization efforts with HPDC partners,” said Board Chair Kaminsky. The HPD Collaborative is currently in the process of finalizing Version 2 of its groundbreaking HPD Open Standard, the first voluntary, customer-led industry standard of its kind focused on the transparent disclosure of material contents and health information. Over 50 manufacturers are engaged with the Collaborative and its Technical Committee in the development of this new version, as well as the updating of the HPD Builder to support Version 2.  The group is also participating with others, under a grant given to the U.S. Green Building Council by Google Inc., to explore mechanisms to harmonize the HPD Open Standard with other public and private product content information tools. The rapid development and deployment of the HPD Open Standard is already beginning to transform how both customers and manufacturers think and act about the contents and health impacts of building materials. The next few years are about accelerating this progress in disclosure, and using this to catalyze innovative manufacturing practices resulting in high performing healthy products across the construction industry, at a scale that will ensure affordable pricing. With the growth of these results, for the first time designers and specifiers will have a real option to select from a meaningful range of products where health impacts are understood,” said Vittori. About the Health Product Declaration Collaborative The Health Product Declaration Collaborative is a customer-led organization committed to the continuous improvement of the building industry’s environmental and health performance through transparency and innovation. The HPD Collaborative created, supports and advances the HPD Open Standard, a format that enables transparent disclosure of building product content and associated health information. It is freely available to all at www.hpd-collaborative.org. 1 The U.S. Green Building Council's LEED® green building program is the preeminent program for the design, construction, maintenance and operations of high-performance green buildings. Learn more at usgbc.org/LEED 2 The WELL Building Standard® is a registered trademark of Delos Living LLC http://www.hpd-collaborative.org/___

2015-05-11 17:35:06 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Just had a really good experience with @AmericanExpress online chat. Very professional. Dude named Marvin. Reward him:-)

Just had a really good experience with @AmericanExpress online chat. Very professional. Dude named Marvin. Reward him:-)___

2015-05-08 21:27:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Starting to get requests to meet with me at Wearable World Expo. I don't ever make appointments in advance; I like to write the opportunistic things, and I don't know them until I see them.

Starting to get requests to meet with me at Wearable World Expo. I don't ever make appointments in advance; I like to write the opportunistic things, and I don't know them until I see them.___

2015-05-08 15:31:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

This sucks, but I'm guilty. http://redef.com/item/554b84c29163ad960f84f2b3?curator=FashionREDEF&source=http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/10/nyregion/at-nail-salons-in-nyc-manicurists-are-underpaid-and-unprotected.html

This sucks, but I'm guilty. http://redef.com/item/554b84c29163ad960f84f2b3?curator=FashionREDEF&source=http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/10/nyregion/at-nail-salons-in-nyc-manicurists-are-underpaid-and-unprotected.html___

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2015-05-07 02:04:59 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

What can I say?

This is perfect!___What can I say?

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2015-05-06 21:16:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

CollisionConference was very good.

CollisionConference was very good.___

2015-05-05 00:16:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/05/05/technology/dave-goldberg-cause-of-death.html Terrible freak accident.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2015/05/05/technology/dave-goldberg-cause-of-death.html Terrible freak accident.___

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2015-05-04 22:02:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

It does need fixing, but not shutting down.

How to fix Google+.

(Read my column: http://goo.gl/TFqqXy )

Through much of its existence, Google's social network has often been criticized as a "ghost town" that's "dead" and about to be shut down. The criticisms always come from non-users.

Google+ fans always chime in to rebut those criticisms, often flooding the story or post with disagreement. With all those passionate users, how can it be a ghost town?

The controversy about Google+ engagement never seems to end.

But whatever the current level of activity on Google+ is, it could be vastly higher if Google itself wasn't holding back users by suppressing public posts, removing comments, hiding amazing content and failing to fully use the technology it has already developed.

Here are 10 ways Google could radically crank up the engagement on Google+: 

http://www.computerworld.com/article/2917780/social-media/10-ways-to-fix-google.html

#Google+ #GooglePlus  ___It does need fixing, but not shutting down.

2015-05-04 21:44:34 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Laughing out loud at this quote from Ted Royer, New York chief creative officer, Droga5 "In 2025 everyone will get communications from companies jacked directly into their faces. It will be a constant stream of light, sound and emotion received through an alien face hugger/Oculus Rift combination. And we'll all be okay with that because by then corporations will have convinced us that they are our huge best friends, like skyscraper-sized dogs. So to sum up: Giant building-size dogs will pump brand love messages directly into our faces." 

Laughing out loud at this quote from Ted Royer, New York chief creative officer, Droga5 "In 2025 everyone will get communications from companies jacked directly into their faces. It will be a constant stream of light, sound and emotion received through an alien face hugger/Oculus Rift combination. And we'll all be okay with that because by then corporations will have convinced us that they are our huge best friends, like skyscraper-sized dogs. So to sum up: Giant building-size dogs will pump brand love messages directly into our faces." ___

2015-05-04 21:43:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Laughing out loud at this quote from Ted Royer, New York chief creative officer, Droga5 "In 2025 everyone will get communications from companies jacked directly into their faces. It will be a constant stream of light, sound and emotion received through an alien face hugger/Oculus Rift combination. And we'll all be okay with that because by then corporations will have convinced us that they are our huge best friends, like skyscraper-sized dogs. So to sum up: Giant building-size dogs will pump brand love messages directly into our faces." Here's looking at you, Robert Scoble​ :-)

Laughing out loud at this quote from Ted Royer, New York chief creative officer, Droga5 "In 2025 everyone will get communications from companies jacked directly into their faces. It will be a constant stream of light, sound and emotion received through an alien face hugger/Oculus Rift combination. And we'll all be okay with that because by then corporations will have convinced us that they are our huge best friends, like skyscraper-sized dogs. So to sum up: Giant building-size dogs will pump brand love messages directly into our faces." Here's looking at you, Robert Scoble​ :-)___

2015-05-04 18:24:35 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Prince William and Kate Middleton named their child after a spider. #Charlotte

Prince William and Kate Middleton named their child after a spider. #Charlotte___

2015-05-04 17:19:00 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Today is "register your grandchild in something wonderful" day for me. Just helped Amanda Kirkpatrick​ register Adyn for Boys and Girls Club Summer Camp and Jerry​ and Jamie Kirkpatrick​ register Parker at Adams Traditional PreSchool. Profoundly happy that both of my former foster kids seek the best for their own progeny and willing to help when I can. #longjourney #wishIwererich.

Today is "register your grandchild in something wonderful" day for me. Just helped Amanda Kirkpatrick​ register Adyn for Boys and Girls Club Summer Camp and Jerry​ and Jamie Kirkpatrick​ register Parker at Adams Traditional PreSchool. Profoundly happy that both of my former foster kids seek the best for their own progeny and willing to help when I can. #longjourney #wishIwererich.___

2015-05-04 15:05:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Twitter's new algorithm is showing me only local friends and none of the journalists I go on Twitter to see. #fail 

Twitter's new algorithm is showing me only local friends and none of the journalists I go on Twitter to see. #fail ___

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2015-05-01 00:56:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Exclusive: News app Circa is seeking a buyer - Fortune

Exclusive: News app Circa is seeking a buyer - Fortune___

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2015-04-30 16:06:23 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

What do you think?

What do you think?___

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2015-04-28 23:25:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

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2015-04-27 14:27:05 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Great article by @Jessicalessin's husband on Uber feedback: https://www.theinformation.com/The-Downside-of-Positive-Feedback?token=9b11dd91684a01b24dc3eba7b47f610c good suggestions.

Great article by @Jessicalessin's husband on Uber feedback: https://www.theinformation.com/The-Downside-of-Positive-Feedback?token=9b11dd91684a01b24dc3eba7b47f610c good suggestions.___

2015-04-25 20:32:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

This past weekend I spent the morning as a volunteer for SySTEM Schools at a job fair for teachers called the Great Arizona Teach-In. Sponsored by the Arizona Department of Education, the Teach-In is an in-person exchange where new teachers and teachers who wish to change jobs -- or have to change jobs because of layoffs or relocation -- can come and meet with schools that are hiring. SySTEM, of course, is hiring. Boy, did I learn a lot. For one thing, I learned that many veteran Arizona teachers are so burned out that they cannot even summon enough energy to present themselves properly for a job interview. They are amazingly lackluster and apathetic as a group, or at least they appeared to be so as they walked around the hotel ballroom looking for schools that were hiring. Half of them looked as though they had just suffered a death in the family. They're not looking at their potential employers... more »

This past weekend I spent the morning as a volunteer for SySTEM Schools at a job fair for teachers called the Great Arizona Teach-In. Sponsored by the Arizona Department of Education, the Teach-In is an in-person exchange where new teachers and teachers who wish to change jobs -- or have to change jobs because of layoffs or relocation -- can come and meet with schools that are hiring. SySTEM, of course, is hiring. Boy, did I learn a lot. For one thing, I learned that many veteran Arizona teachers are so burned out that they cannot even summon enough energy to present themselves properly for a job interview. They are amazingly lackluster and apathetic as a group, or at least they appeared to be so as they walked around the hotel ballroom looking for schools that were hiring. Half of them looked as though they had just suffered a death in the family. They're not looking at their potential employers as an exciting challenge, but just as a paycheck within commuting distance. The first question almost everyone asked us was "where are you located"? And that's on our web site and our brochure. Many also lack specific certifications for what they want to teach and seem unwilling to go in and take a certification test in sixth grade math or history. We saw an alarmingly small number of people I personally would let into a classroom to teach my child. I also learned that charter schools are not necessarily taking students from public schools -- only certain ones are. Many charter schools are struggling, either because they started up in neighborhoods without enough children or because they didn't know enough about finances. This would be akin to opening a store without doing market research about the nearby trade area, or operating one without counting the cash at the end of the day. On the gossip front, I learned that TesserAct, a private school whose board I was on when the parents bailed it out less than a decade ago, is once again at risk because somebody in the administration had been cooking the books and skimming off the top (this from a teacher whose colleagues are being let go.) An investigation is now under way. When I was on that board, we had an entire room full of business people who pored over the financials in an almost line item manner. We all knew how to read a P&L and we did. It’s remarkable how quickly that board either deteriorated or lost interest in providing oversight to the school. Now that I’m on the SySTEM Schools board, I’m looking at this school's books and budget, and warning every month: “don’t run out of cash.” My experience as a start up consultant has stood me in good stead in the education arena, because I can see that the strength of educators is not financial. No wonder the business-driven charters are succeeding and some of the most visionary have failed. It takes more than a mission to keep a school open. I have a couple of suggestions after my new-found learning: education schools need to teach some business if education reform is to succeed, and teaching needs to become more exciting as a profession to attract more energetic people. ___

2015-04-24 14:52:59 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Arizona friends: If you are concerned about our education standards, here's your chance to be heard. Please, please go and be heard. TL:dr May 7,8,9 in the Phoenix area. Look down for Tucson, Prescott, etc. 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 2 Glendale High School, Glendale 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 7 Coronado High School, Scottsdale 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9 Chandler High School Center for the Arts, Chandler Superintendent Douglas Launches “We Are Listening” Tour Hearing Every Voice, High Expectations for Every Child (Phoenix, Ariz., April 16, 2015) – Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas said today she will launch a statewide public tour next week to hear directly from Arizona residents about their opinions and concerns on all K-12 education issues. The annual process includes 1) a statewide series of meetings to listen to the public; 2) recommendations from Departmentof Ed... more »

Arizona friends: If you are concerned about our education standards, here's your chance to be heard. Please, please go and be heard. TL:dr May 7,8,9 in the Phoenix area. Look down for Tucson, Prescott, etc. 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 2 Glendale High School, Glendale 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 7 Coronado High School, Scottsdale 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9 Chandler High School Center for the Arts, Chandler Superintendent Douglas Launches “We Are Listening” Tour Hearing Every Voice, High Expectations for Every Child (Phoenix, Ariz., April 16, 2015) – Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas said today she will launch a statewide public tour next week to hear directly from Arizona residents about their opinions and concerns on all K-12 education issues. The annual process includes 1) a statewide series of meetings to listen to the public; 2) recommendations from Department of Education staff based on comments grouped into categories such as standards, curriculum, instruction, general, etc.; and 3) a statewide visit to the same sites to follow up with the public on recommended actions. “I am dedicated to continually improving the state of education in Arizona through conversations with the people it most directly affects—parents, students, teachers and administrators,” Douglas said. The Superintendent and Senate Education Chairman Kelli Ward will kick off the tour in Kingman, Ariz. on Thursday, April 23. Ward will act as Co-Chair for the meeting, which is being hosted by Mohave County School Superintendent Michael File. The public meeting will take place from 5-7:30 p.m. at the Mohave County Administration building, 700 W. Beale St., Kingman. Immediately upon being sworn into office, the Superintendent made it one of her top priorities to establish a process that allows local voices to be heard as important educational decisions are made, including the review of statewide standards. “It is paramount that Arizona not only has the highest standards possible, but that its standards belong to Arizona and are continually improved to best represent both student and local community needs,” said Superintendent Douglas. “This process allows us to hear every voice and set high expectations for every child.” The annual input from the public is likely to address many different topics, only one of which will be statewide standards. Those comments related to standards that are turned into draft recommendations will be presented to the State Board of Education (SBE). SBE will then open the standards for comment, and can calendar them and vote yes or no on the changes. Gov. Doug Ducey has asked the board to conduct a thorough review of Arizona’s current standards for English language arts and mathematics. In addition to that effort, the Superintendent’s statewide “We Are Listening” tour will provide annual feedback from the public. Tours 1-1-1 The attached process chart shows the many different inputs established by Superintendent Douglas, which include her tours, the Latino Education Advisory Committee, the African-American Education Advisory Committee, the Native American Education Advisory Committee, the normal review of portions of the standards that occurs annually within the Department of Education, and the process resulting from Gov. Ducey’s initiative. The “We Are Listening” tour will make a total of 14 stops around the state through the end of June. Members of the public also can submit their feedback via email at HearingEveryVoice@azed.gov, online at www.azed.gov/HearingEveryVoice, or via the @azedschools Twitter account using #HearingEveryVoice. 2015 “We Are Listening” Tour Stops Time Date Location 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23 Mohave County Administrative Building, Kingman 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 25 Mohave Community College, Lake Havasu City 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 30 Arizona Western College, Yuma 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 2 Glendale High School, Glendale 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 7 Coronado High School, Scottsdale 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9 Chandler High School Center for the Arts, Chandler 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28 Pima Community College Center for the Arts, Tucson 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 30 Buena Performing Arts Center, Sierra Vista 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 4 Gila Community College, Globe 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 6 Casa Grande High School, Casa Grande 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 11 Prescott High School, Prescott 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 13 Location to be determined, Flagstaff 5-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 18 Navajo Nation Council Chambers, Window Rock 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 20 Round Valley Dome, Springerville http://www.azed.gov/HearingEveryVoice___

2015-04-23 01:36:08 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Today was full of slaps in the face. First a young girl in the Apple store said to me: "YOU have a Twitter account? What do you tweet?" After I told her I had 10k followers, she backtracked and I slapped her down for being ageist. Then the postman came and brought me my Apple Watch charging cable, but not the watch. Pwnd.

Today was full of slaps in the face. First a young girl in the Apple store said to me: "YOU have a Twitter account? What do you tweet?" After I told her I had 10k followers, she backtracked and I slapped her down for being ageist. Then the postman came and brought me my Apple Watch charging cable, but not the watch. Pwnd.___

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2015-04-22 18:32:52 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Why is 4.20 important to the weed culture?

Why is 4.20 important to the weed culture?___

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2015-04-18 15:54:26 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Apple 0 — Roadrunner Sports 1

Apple is the quintessential example of superb luxury brand merchandising, right? But I have just been sold $259 worth of athletic shoes (one pair) by Roadrunner Sports. Not your idea of a luxury brand. Better try-on experience than the Apple Watch, and the store actually had what I wanted to buy.

In all my years of running and now walking, this is the first time I’ve seen good technology applied to shoe fitting. It was an amazing combination of procedures that took about ten minutes and fitted me with a pair of those that have made a real difference.

I walked into the store and saw the wall of shoes at the rear, so I made my way toward it. I was doing my usual version of shopping, listening to a podcast (this was Iyaz Aktar, Sarah Lane and Tom Merritt on “The 404” and not aware of the sales help.

But I was intercepted by awoman whose... more »

Apple 0 — Roadrunner Sports 1

Apple is the quintessential example of superb luxury brand merchandising, right? But I have just been sold $259 worth of athletic shoes (one pair) by Roadrunner Sports. Not your idea of a luxury brand. Better try-on experience than the Apple Watch, and the store actually had what I wanted to buy.

In all my years of running and now walking, this is the first time I’ve seen good technology applied to shoe fitting. It was an amazing combination of procedures that took about ten minutes and fitted me with a pair of those that have made a real difference.

I walked into the store and saw the wall of shoes at the rear, so I made my way toward it. I was doing my usual version of shopping, listening to a podcast (this was Iyaz Aktar, Sarah Lane and Tom Merritt on “The 404” and not aware of the sales help.

But I was intercepted by a woman whose first question was “have you been here before”? I had to say no. She then signed me up for the shoe fitting by simply asking my name. I was caught.

When I saw the computer monitors, I decided to turn off Iyaz and Sarah for a while and concentrate. This might be “something.”




Moments later a well-trained young man made me take off my socks and shoes. First he used the old-fashioned size fitter to determine what size I am. Even this level of service is rare in contemporary shoe sales. Then he stood me on the ‘Paw Dog,” which makes a heat map of your standing position and tells how your weight falls when you’re standing.


It all reads out on the monitor. Then he made me roll my pants above the ankle and put me on a treadmill to show how my ankles and feet moved while running. This, too, displayed on the computer in real time.


The next step was to heat up some normal insoles and then fit them to my feet. for this, I stood on the cushiony platform below, and he fit the warm insoles so they molded to my feet.


He then took me and my insoles to a salesperson, along with his recommendations for what kind of shoe I needed. No arch support (surprise) and no stablization (strong ankles). He also saved all my information in the network.

While waiting for the salesperson to bring out the boxes, he gave me a little $5.00 foot massager to try. I’ve got a few of those at home, but this one felt really great. And he supplied me with a new pair of dry-fit socks to use for the try-on.

I walked out wearing the perfect shoe, with the insoles ( added cost), 3 pairs of new socks (more added cost), and, of course, the little foot massager. At the register the salesperson told me all the information was saved so I could order my next pair online. She also gave me a $10 coupon. And she helped me take a product shot when I told her I was writing a blog post about this.


No wonder she was happy! This was the most I’ve ever spent on running shoes, and I knew all along I was being upsold and I really didn’t mind. In fact, I admired every step in the process. Let that be a lesson to retailers; it’s the service, stupid. It’s hardly ever the product.___

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2015-04-17 23:23:00 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Hard to believe, but millennials want to communicate with brands by email.

Hard to believe, but millennials want to communicate with brands by email.___

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2015-04-13 20:11:39 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Yep too fast for a beginner. Seems like an hour routine crammed into a half. Good variety and flow of asanas.


Yep too fast for a beginner. Seems like an hour routine crammed into a half. Good variety and flow of asanas.
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2015-04-10 15:39:16 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

By the time I woke up this morning at 5 AM PDT and logged onto the Apple Store, the delivery date for the Apple Watch Sport was June. My first clue to the mis-marketing of this product was the fact that I could even get into the store. When the phones and the IPad launched, you couldn’t get into the store for a day. So Apple scammed us. They ordered low numbers on the watch, told us to order online, and allowed themselves to run out without even crashing the site. This product is being badly mis-marketed, IMHO. When I decided I might try to buy the Watch anyway, I got a screen that said “add AppleCare $49” and then “add a magnetic charger $49” and then “charging cable $19” ; with the choices I made, by the time I got to the checkout it would be $427 to buy something that I didn’t even know if I wanted. The forced upsell. I did the retailer’s nightmare; I abandoned my cart in anger andfrustration and go... more »

By the time I woke up this morning at 5 AM PDT and logged onto the Apple Store, the delivery date for the Apple Watch Sport was June. My first clue to the mis-marketing of this product was the fact that I could even get into the store. When the phones and the IPad launched, you couldn’t get into the store for a day. So Apple scammed us. They ordered low numbers on the watch, told us to order online, and allowed themselves to run out without even crashing the site. This product is being badly mis-marketed, IMHO. When I decided I might try to buy the Watch anyway, I got a screen that said “add AppleCare $49” and then “add a magnetic charger $49” and then “charging cable $19” ; with the choices I made, by the time I got to the checkout it would be $427 to buy something that I didn’t even know if I wanted. The forced upsell. I did the retailer’s nightmare; I abandoned my cart in anger and frustration and got on Twitter to bitch. Warner Crocker helpfully told me I didn’t have to buy the charging cable; one came in the box. But that was not intuitive from the order form. I’m a short woman with thin wrists, so I thought I’d want one in the 38 mm size which is probably the size for my wrist. Unfortunately, that’s probably not the size for my eyes. I’m not sure that anyone inside Apple marketing thinks of older people with vision problems when they think of the Apple Watch designing the Apple Watch. I had that problem with Pebble when I first got mine; I couldn’t see the screen. Still can’t see it unobtrusively; I really have to focus. And no, I don’t want to wear glasses. We widows may have money to spend ( you’d be surprised where the philanthropy money is concentrated in the US), but we are clearly not the market. Not only does the wearer have to be without vision difficulties, but she probably can’t have arthritis, either. I also no longer have anyone to tap my heartbeat to, except perhaps my cardiologist, I have an amusing visual of a cardiologist sitting in front of a dashboard on which are displayed the taps of heartbeats off the Apple Watches of his wealthy patients. When I went to check online to see what other people’s experiences have been I found dad by and large they weren’t satisfactory. Many people had the same experience I did — they got on the store site and found that the ship date was June or July. In the UK, somebody went to the Apple Store to try on the $17,000 addition and found out that the staff was not ready to sell it. Now these may be one-off experiences and the Watch mbe wonderful for all I know, but if you’re trying to get someone who regularly wears a watch — especially another kind of watch as I do the Pebble — and who is satisfied with that watch to change, you’re not going to get me to change that easily with what was on display this morning of the customer experience. I’m a bit tougher to persuade, despite the fact that I stood in line for the first iPhone. And yes I know that the first iPhone was not ready for prime time either, and became much better with the App Store, but I stood online because it seems like such a fun community experience. Now that we’ve been encouraged to order online we are not having a community experience, we are having a frustrating one in which it is easy to lose motivation — the kind of experience the kind that makes you abandon your cart at the check out and wait for the dust to settle so you can see whether this is even worth doing, or whether I should just save my pennies for a VR headset or a new drone. I believe it was a really bad marketing idea to try to drive people online for this one. We badly needed some hype and motivation to love this product. Update: Used the Apple Store app and got an appointment to try on tomorrow at 2:15.___

2015-04-08 19:05:11 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Two reviews of the Apple watch by people I admire, Nilay Patel and John Gruber, leave me feeling it's not a good product right now. They've tried to be nice to it, but it has a real problem: we all know what a watch should do well -- tell time. And we all know what the other smart watches do. http://www.theverge.com/a/apple-watch-review http://daringfireball.net/2015/04/the_apple_watch 

Two reviews of the Apple watch by people I admire, Nilay Patel and John Gruber, leave me feeling it's not a good product right now. They've tried to be nice to it, but it has a real problem: we all know what a watch should do well -- tell time. And we all know what the other smart watches do. http://www.theverge.com/a/apple-watch-review http://daringfireball.net/2015/04/the_apple_watch ___

2015-04-08 14:45:01 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I knew it! I am the new face of fashion: http://redef.com/item/5523e55becc4b5f72ded9007?curator=FashionREDEF

I knew it! I am the new face of fashion: http://redef.com/item/5523e55becc4b5f72ded9007?curator=FashionREDEF___

2015-04-07 15:49:06 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Look at this chart of how Android users stop using common social apps after 90 days. It's very telling. Only FB retains its value. Got this from The Information -- great site to subscribe to, btw. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/v/t1.0-9/19598_10154613368873647_219204174221987782_n.jpg?oh=533c89043f2fa825a2b227948cd7b81b&oe=55AB4EE5

Look at this chart of how Android users stop using common social apps after 90 days. It's very telling. Only FB retains its value. Got this from The Information -- great site to subscribe to, btw. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xfa1/v/t1.0-9/19598_10154613368873647_219204174221987782_n.jpg?oh=533c89043f2fa825a2b227948cd7b81b&oe=55AB4EE5___

2015-04-06 16:52:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Here's Ellen Pao's interview with Katie Couric. More people should see this. http://news.yahoo.com/ellen-pao-talks-to-katie-couric-in-exclusive-interview-040627016.html

Here's Ellen Pao's interview with Katie Couric. More people should see this. http://news.yahoo.com/ellen-pao-talks-to-katie-couric-in-exclusive-interview-040627016.html___

2015-04-06 15:47:06 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

There's a common complaint in Arizona that we lack an ecosystem for innovation. Actually, this isn't quite true. We don't have one ecosystem, we have several, each one operating in its own tiny orbit, either ignorant of or inattentive to what's going on everywhere else. Now that is about to stop. A group of business leaders -- not government workers or even service providers -- from that dispersed ecosystem has decided to pull it together. First, we want everyone involved in the Arizona entrepreneurial ecosystem to complete a short survey to tell us what you want from a "portal" for entrepreneurs. It's called a portal because no one has a better name, but what the team really means is a common internet space where all the available resources are aggregated. But first, there's the matter of "customer development." And you are the customer. What would YOU like to... more »

There's a common complaint in Arizona that we lack an ecosystem for innovation. Actually, this isn't quite true. We don't have one ecosystem, we have several, each one operating in its own tiny orbit, either ignorant of or inattentive to what's going on everywhere else. Now that is about to stop. A group of business leaders -- not government workers or even service providers -- from that dispersed ecosystem has decided to pull it together. First, we want everyone involved in the Arizona entrepreneurial ecosystem to complete a short survey to tell us what you want from a "portal" for entrepreneurs. It's called a portal because no one has a better name, but what the team really means is a common internet space where all the available resources are aggregated. But first, there's the matter of "customer development." And you are the customer. What would YOU like to see from an entrepreneurship portal for Arizona? Here's the survey. "You can't win if you don't play." Take a minute and tell us. http://bit.ly/1BMA4YY And this is not Maricopa County centric. It's statewide. The Arizona Commerce Authority started the ball rolling by creating a strawperson startup portal and sending it out for comments before it launched. Serenditipitously this coincided with StartupWeek Phoenix and Venture Madness, two successful ecosystem events that occurred last month. During Startup Week, the major sponsor of Startup Week, Chase, hosted a dinner for influentials in entrepreneurship. We all sat down over our glasses of wine and during the course of the dinner realized that while we had been watching the pot, the popcorn had actually begun to pop. (Great metaphor, not mine). Things are happening in Arizona now. We don't have to complain anymore. We just have to get shit done. We've got twice as much venture capital as we had previously and an extraordinary number of co-working spaces and accelerators. We've got events, teams, and roadmaps. GoDaddy IPOed last week. On the biotech side, a ten year roadmap has let to partnerships between ASU, Banner, and University of Arizona Medical School, and a medical corridor around Mayo in Scottsdale. Healthcare in Arizona is booming. It seems to me I'm constantly being called upon to judge pitches from companies competing for real awards, like the BioAccel Scorpion Pit in May and the Arizona Innovation Challenge right now. And for the first time I can remember, people who left Phoenix for greener pastures are coming home. So help us out here. Fill out the survey and let's keep the popcorn going.___

2015-04-05 18:14:30 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Since this came via Twitter and from someone I don't know, I don't want to click through and read the story. Somebody do it for me? I think it's a scam/hoax/phishing/malware trick. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t1.0-9/c26.0.100.100/11027990_10154605219788647_4535567127241696652_n.jpg?oh=13fdb607eb8dcb3ffeb55de6ca6e2609&oe=559B0E9A

Since this came via Twitter and from someone I don't know, I don't want to click through and read the story. Somebody do it for me? I think it's a scam/hoax/phishing/malware trick. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xft1/v/t1.0-9/c26.0.100.100/11027990_10154605219788647_4535567127241696652_n.jpg?oh=13fdb607eb8dcb3ffeb55de6ca6e2609&oe=559B0E9A___

2015-04-03 19:25:15 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Thank you Saturday Tuesday​ for turning me on to #UnbreakableKimmySchmidt. It is hilarious and adorable.

Thank you Saturday Tuesday​ for turning me on to #UnbreakableKimmySchmidt. It is hilarious and adorable.___

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2015-04-03 17:21:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-04-03 14:54:40 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Great video experiment, Robert Scoble. I hope people notice that the way to choose what they want to see is to scroll using the icon in the upper left corner of the video. Somewhat non-intuitive, but really cool to see the Palace! This is great for real estate and museums:-)

Great video experiment, Robert Scoble. I hope people notice that the way to choose what they want to see is to scroll using the icon in the upper left corner of the video. Somewhat non-intuitive, but really cool to see the Palace! This is great for real estate and museums:-)___

2015-04-03 14:29:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

SySTEM Schools​ has received a Western Growers grant to establish a community garden. This is part of the STEM school's project-based learning program.

SySTEM Schools​ has received a Western Growers grant to establish a community garden. This is part of the STEM school's project-based learning program.___

2015-03-29 15:19:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

All I did at #VentureMadness was blab and heckle. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xat1/v/t1.0-9/c25.0.100.100/11096693_10154571541403647_3397071962460962382_n.jpg?oh=3bbe93342cbff4808dc1abfbef3d88f1&oe=55BD062C

All I did at #VentureMadness was blab and heckle. https://scontent-2.22773.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xat1/v/t1.0-9/c25.0.100.100/11096693_10154571541403647_3397071962460962382_n.jpg?oh=3bbe93342cbff4808dc1abfbef3d88f1&oe=55BD062C___

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