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Biz Stone
Jake in the grass.
I always learn something on my weekly visits to Square i.instagram.com/p/p93q8GTAIX/
A wonderful thank you for supporting Women's Annex Foundation youtu.be/gjJ8tZS1AJw pic.twitter.com/B4LT7IPeaX
Amazing five minute video on how a small number of wolves had a massive positive impact on Yellowstone youtube.com/embed/ysa5OBhX…
We finally got wetsuits to frolic in the frigid North Pacific. Fun! (Fyi, ocean selfies not easy.) pic.twitter.com/Q5N2IXuccq
See how @CODEfilm is debugging the gender gap #CODEdoc - bit.ly/VM4e0a #DebugTheGap
That was a big quake here in Marin.
Visited my friends at NICE COLLECTIVE. They have cool stuff all around their studio—and great clothes made from up-cycled old army gear!
This is an episode of HBO's "Silicon Valley" waiting to happen. (I've never been to Burning Man so I "don't get it.") nytimes.com/2014/08/21/fas…
110º heat. Dirty open wells. Watch the new video from charity: water & learn how to help 100,000 people in the Sahel: thndr.it/1s9lGcU
Bearded Jack can see my soul. And the future. Don't look directly into his eyes!
Vote for this SXSW panel! Greg is a captivating storyteller. panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/40203
The Ebola virus eerily resembles Mickey Mouse.
Jake walks the labyrinth.
There are three types of people in this world—those who can do math, and those who can't do math.
Cashew Apples? Nice. I love this kind of story. nyti.ms/1lILTYq
Doctor Jake Stone MD
Origami Inspires Rise of Self-Folding Robot, via @nytimes nyti.ms/1urWeNZ
My kid is a two year old genius!
Information is not knowledge.
And the Moral of the Story Is: Keep It Positive, via @nytimes nyti.ms/1oe9wrB
Weird thing outside my hotel window in LA.
Is someone who reads tweets on the web and TV a "user" even if they're not registered to tweet (yet)? #askcostolo