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Oct 21: A little Lunchtime Fun: ‘Hoverboard? Still in the Future’  (via New York Times)
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Oct 21

A little Lunchtime Fun: ‘Hoverboard? Still in the Future’  (via New York Times)

Oct 21: forbes:

Traditionally, young people were often drawn to metropolises and financial powerhouses like New York and Washington D.C. …

Oct 21

forbes: Traditionally, young people were often drawn to metropolises and financial powerhouses like New York and Washington D.C. These days, however, many are choosing to move to smaller places that are more challenging economically.

Oct 21: A gorgeous morning in Central Park!
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Oct 21

A gorgeous morning in Central Park!

Oct 20: Last night celebrating the man of the hour – Jay Leno!
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Oct 20

Last night celebrating the man of the hour – Jay Leno!

Oct 20: datarep:

What happened to women in computer science? % of women majors by field shows something dramatic happened...…

Oct 20

datarep: What happened to women in computer science? % of women majors by field shows something dramatic happened in 1984. Read More

Oct 20: Happy Lunchtime Fun! Here’s How You Get To The Real ‘Sesame Street’ (via Huffington Post Entertainment)…

Oct 20

Happy Lunchtime Fun! Here’s How You Get To The Real ‘Sesame Street’ (via Huffington Post Entertainment)

Oct 20: What’s your plan for a #HealthyHalloween? 
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Oct 20

What’s your plan for a #HealthyHalloween? 

Oct 19: Susan Mellen spent 17 yrs in prison for a crime she didn’t commit. WATCH.
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Oct 19

Susan Mellen spent 17 yrs in prison for a crime she didn’t commit. WATCH.

Oct 19: ICYMI: Barbra Streisand tells me Stevie Wonder, who joins her on her new album, is a ‘national treasure’ 
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Oct 19

ICYMI: Barbra Streisand tells me Stevie Wonder, who joins her on her new album, is a ‘national treasure’ 

Oct 18: ICYMI: Imagine being sentenced to life in prison for a crime you didn’t commit? Susan Mellen talks about...…

Oct 18

ICYMI: Imagine being sentenced to life in prison for a crime you didn’t commit? Susan Mellen talks about being exonerated after 17 years.

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