Anyone else seeing this? Very Google Now-ish
Have you seen this illusion yet? Very cool.
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Wish me luck.
Teachers, administrators, anyone that works with children, you need to watch thistalk. Great insight into what makes us "alive".
Brené Brown: The power of vulnerability | Video on TED.com
Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.
(Filmed at TEDxHouston.)
Hey teachers, have some students that think they KNOW how to "hack"? Well,will PAY THEM if they can! Share this challenge and inspire them to test their skills against Google's.
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Attention, bug hunters! In an update to our Vulnerability Reward Program for web properties, we're paying higher rewards for security bugs we can fix to make our most critical services even more secure. Are you up to the challenge?
Google Online Security Blog: Increased rewards for Google’s Web Vulnerability Reward Program
Thursday, June 6, 2013 3:38 PM. Posted by Adam Mein and Michal Zalewski, Security Team Our vulnerability reward programs have been very successful in helping us fix more bugs and better protect our users, while also strengthening our relationships with security researchers.
Anyone have a link to the hangouts apk (1.2)? #nopatience
Can't wait to get mine
Video: Peeling Back the Ice of Antarctica | Wired Science | Wired.com
Check out the most detailed map of a continent never truly seen by human eyes: the de-iced surface of Antarctica. By peeling back the frozen ice sheet and studying the land beneath, researchers can get a better sense of how the southern pole of our planet could react to climate change.
Hey teachers, using Google Drive to share work to/from your students? These tips might help you be more efficient!
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If you spend a lot of time commenting in Google Docs, you need to check out this video fromabout Power Commenting in Google Docs
Tips for Teachers: Power Commenting in Google Docs
This video was brought to you by Kevin Brookhouser: Google Apps Certified Trainer While this video about comments in Google Docs was designed for teachers, it can be applied to anyone who uses Drive as their default document suite and is a heavy user of comments. If you’re making dozens of comme
History teachers, share your memories of these events with your students!
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On this day in history in 1989, the Chinese government presided over a brutal crackdown on student protesters at #TiananmenSquare
Learn all about the June Fourth Incident here: http://testtube.com/joshandchuck/this-day-in-history-tiananmen-square
This Day in History: Tiananmen Square
On June 4, 1989, the Chinese government presided over a brutal crackdown on student protesters, claiming the lives of hundreds or possibly thousands. Twenty-four years later, it continues to be a contentious issue in both domestic and international politics. Josh and Chuck mark this somber anniversary in today’s installment of This Day in History.