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  1. Wastelander Panda Prologue


    from Epic Films Liked 197K 2,357 292

    NEW EPISODES NOW LIVE!!! http://www.wastelanderpanda.com We have just finished the first three films in the Wastelander Panda Series. Watch at http://www.wastelanderpanda.com. Like us on Facebook:…

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    • Chris Anderson - Free: The Future of a Radical Price


      from The RSA Liked 155 3 0

      Chris Anderson, the groundbreaking author of the Long Tail and editor-in-chief of Wired magazine visits the RSA to outline a dramatic new change in the way our economy functions.

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      • Kinetic Typography Tutorial


        from Jesse Rosten Liked 5.2M 2,140 28

        20 minutes of me blabbing. Enjoy. Follow me on Twitter and all your dreams will come true: http://twitter.com/JesseRosten

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        • Lessons Learned while at Reddit


          from Carsonified Liked 22.4K 97 1

          Steve Huffman at the Future of Web Apps Miami 2010

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          • Regular Expressions Are Your Friend by Aaron Kalin, Hashrocket


            from ChicagoRuby Liked 1,024 6 0

            Regular Expressions help you find that needle in the haystack, where Waldo might be, or the location of Jimmy Hoffa’s body. You’ll find them in most programming languages and tools, but…

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            • The Pathology of Graph Databases by Marko A. Rodriguez


              from ChicagoRuby Liked 3,567 15 0

              There is nothing more fascinating and utterly mind-bending than traversing a graph. Those who succumb to this data processing pattern euphorically suffer from graph pathology. It is no coincidence…

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              • Nobody Can Predict The Moment Of Revolution


                from ivarad Liked 75.2K 519 65

                (Check out the follow up video : http://vimeo.com/30241489) (on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwWInp75ua0 ) We want to share insights into the formation of a new social movement as it…

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                • The Value of Data Visualization


                  from Column Five Liked 274K 3,612 38

                  How do you make knowledge powerful? This Motion Graphic describes the value of visualization. Agency: Column Five Media Creative Director: Ross Crooks Producer: Nick Miede Motion Designer:…

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                  • Born to Learn: Class Reunion


                    from Born to Learn Liked 52K 99 6

                    This second video in the Born to Learn series, Class Reunion, unpacks very neatly the significance of Confucius’s explanation that essentially it is only when you take the responsibility of…

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                    • Born to Learn


                      from Born to Learn Liked 117K 421 12

                      Born to Learn is the first animation in a fascinating series aimed to provide easy-access to the exciting new discoveries constantly being made about how humans learn!

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                      • Advanced OO Patterns


                        from PHP UK Conferences Liked 3,714 11 0

                        You already know Singleton, Signal/Observer, Factory and friends. But, which object oriented patterns are en vogue in the PHP world and how can you seize their power? This talk gives you an overview…

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                        • Xdebug - Derick Rethans


                          from PHP UK Conferences Liked 720 2 0

                          This session teaches you how to detect and debug PHP scripts with the free open source tool Xdebug, which is an extension to PHP. The first part will quickly show how to get started with Xdebug. The…

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