1. Marshall clobbers a home run over the fence

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    from Dennis Ko Added 50 0 0

    Marshall with his sweet stroke clobbers the ball over the fence in our softball game. He really did "hit one for YouTube". If you can't see the ball, take my word for it, or watch the outfielder run up to the fence, realizing it went over.

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    • Bob Langer hits for Langer Lab Softball Team

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      Bob's got a great stroke, and doubles down the third base line.

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      • Gangpol & mit - Natala 2009 - Colmar

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        http://www.myspace.com/panimix http://gangpol.free.fr/

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        • Swarm Creativity: At the Heart of It All

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          Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, MIT talks about COINS - Collaborative Innovation Networks. Peter shares his insights into the value people and new ideas bring to solving the big problems of the world. He describes what is important to him as a global leader in technology and how his passions have lead to new discoveries in creativity and innovation. Images © Copyright Alice Merkel. All Rights Reserved. Connect with I-Open at: • Web http://www.i-open.org/ • Blogger http://iopeninstitute.blogspot.com/ • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Open/170817416694?ref=ts • Flickr http://www.flickr.com/people/iopen/ • Livestream http://www.livestream.com/iopen/ • Scribd http://www.scribd.com/I-Open • Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/IOpen2 • SoundCloud http://soundcloud.com/i-open • Tumblr http://i-open.tumblr.com/ • Twitter https://twitter.com/iopen2 • You Tube http://www.youtube.com/iopen2 • Vimeo https://vimeo.com/iopen2 Copyright 2005-2013 I-Open. Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works. Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), 2563 Kingston Road, Cleveland, OH 44118. Phone: 216-246-2447

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          • ART && CODE SYMPOSIUM: Scratch, John Maloney and Evelyn Eastmond

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            John Maloney (http://llk.media.mit.edu/people.php?id=jmaloney) is the lead programmer for Scratch (scratch.mit.edu), a new programmable toolkit that lets kids create and share their own games, animated stories, and interactive art. Scratch is designed to help people learn programming and problem solving as they create personally meaningful artifacts. Prior to joining the Lifelong Kindergarten John worked for computer pioneer Alan Kay. Under Alan, John developed key parts of Squeak, an experimental programming system for elementary school children. He also worked at Walt Disney Imagineering, where he built an experimental handheld electronic guide for theme park guests and software for a new attraction that earned the theme park equivalent of an Academy Award. Prior to working at Disney, John worked at Apple, Sun Microsystems Labs, and Xerox. John has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington and M.S./ B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. John enjoys singing and playing the recorder. He also likes bicycling, hiking, and cross-country skiing. Evelyn Eastmond (evelyn.aquapixel.net) has been a member of the Scratch team in the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab for six years: first as an undergraduate researcher, then graduating with an MEng in Computer Science and now working fulltime as a developer for Scratch. Splitting her time between her home in Madison, WI and the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge. She continues to learn and grow as Scratch itself evolves and is excited to connect with Scratch and *art and code* enthusiasts from all corners of the world. Evelyn is currently teaching herself Flex, Processing and other cool things. Videography: Amanda Long and Michael Pisano.

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            • Swarm Creativity: Working Together and Being Part of One World

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              Read the story, COINS-Collaborative Innovation Networks with Peter Gloor at http://www.i-open.org/research/peter-gloor-research-scientist-coins-collaborative-innovation-networks Peter Gloor, Research Scientist, MIT Center for Collective Intelligence talks about COINS - Collaborative Innovation Networks, Swarm Creativity and Cool Farming. With a sharp mind for technology architecture combined with a passion for solving the big problems of the world, Peter has created software to not only map innovation connections, but the new behaviors imperative to collaboration. Devoted to helping people and their new ideas flourish, he talks about the value of individual creativity, the meaning of COINS-Collaborative Innovation Networks and how Swarm Creativity and Cool Farming accelerates transformative enterprise. In this interview you will learn how to be not a Star, but a Galaxy! Learn more about Peter Gloor's work and COINS here http://cci.mit.edu/pgloor/#about Images © Copyright Alice Merkel. All Rights Reserved. Connect with I-Open at: • Web http://www.i-open.org/ • Blogger http://iopeninstitute.blogspot.com/ • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Open/170817416694?ref=ts • Flickr http://www.flickr.com/people/iopen/ • Livestream http://www.livestream.com/iopen/ • Scribd http://www.scribd.com/I-Open • Slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/IOpen2 • SoundCloud http://soundcloud.com/i-open • Tumblr http://i-open.tumblr.com/ • Twitter https://twitter.com/iopen2 • You Tube http://www.youtube.com/iopen2 • Vimeo https://vimeo.com/iopen2 Copyright 2005-2013 I-Open. Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works. Institute for Open Economic Networks (I-Open), 2563 Kingston Road, Cleveland, OH 44118. Phone: 216-246-2447

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              • 2009 Boston July 4th Fireworks

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                The end is the best, so if you want to skip around, just watch from 19:00 on. I shot this film of the Boston Fireworks Spectacular over the Charles River while standing in front of MIT (Ames St. and Memorial Dr.). I used my iPhone 2G with Cycorder to film it. There were a lot of people and we wound up just standing there even though if everyone simply sat, we could have sat an enjoyed the show. Getting out of there was quite an adventure as we had to walk through a sea of people. The show was great. Oh, and that was a tree on the right that blocked some of the view.

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                • Inventeams Math and Science Video

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                  This video is the winner of the InvenTeams video contest. It was chosen out of about 175 videos submitted. The goal was to make a video that would encourage middle school children to become interested in engineering.

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                  • BLEECKA T.v.

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                    EPISODE 1 (FREDDY B, J-KRISS, PRINCE OF DA LOU, OZONE 2012)

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