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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Sunspots 462

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:
The Arts: A four minute, 23 second performance of Leroy Anderson's Typewriter Symphony, with a real typewriter. (I know, some of you probably don't know what a typewriter is.) It's by a Spanish-speaking group, but that doesn't matter.
Computing: National Public Radio reports on those ubiquitous customer surveys -- how and why.
Politics: (or something) Linkedin has a post on how to get hired by Google, or any company.
Science: Wired reports on a person who has made some amazing videos of flocks of birds in flight, and discusses bird flock action. One brief video is included.
Wired also reports on the possibility that astronomers may be able to observe a gas cloud being "eaten" by our galaxy's central black hole.
And Wired has some splendid photos of objects in space.

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