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Jack Morton 23 Apr 19
From free BBQ to Amazon’s ‘Good Omens’ activations to 3D printed sushi, hear more from Timeyin as she shares her perspective on SXSW, including what makes an experience, extraordinary:
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TALES FROM THE LODGE Nov 3
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H. Eric Loewe Oct 20
RT I went to to talk with about how I’m fighting for big, structural change in this country—and that includes breaking up some of the biggest tech companies so they don’t have so much power over everyone else.
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KATE SÁNCHEZ ⁷ 16 May 19
Are you excited for later this month!? Enter to win a Good Omens Swag Box filled with exclusive items!! Click here to enter:
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ItGirl💓🥂👜 3 May 19
NEW VIDEO DROPPED 🤪🤪 Music used - Kickin it - Big Ole Freak - Rock Out - Soda - Appearances by : @cyntcynt11
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➯➫➬➱ ultra light bean 🃏 10 Apr 19
Here’s a lil recap of the gangs trip to Austin for . Had a great experience and met many new people. Can’t wait to keep this thing going! 🏠🃏
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Alice Bonasio 8 Apr 19
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ʀʜɪᴢᴢʏ Aug 26
My fellow iKONICS, I finally uploaded the video of iKON when they were in Austin. Sorry for the late upload ❤️ Please watch when you have the time 💕 via
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EduLeaders of Color RI 18 Apr 19
Still one of the best moments at event with ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ So many great leaders in the room that night! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ SXSW Creating, Debating, &
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Alice Bonasio 5 Apr 19
 — Magic Leap and FLOOD
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.chibbi. 8 Apr 19
Forgot to post this from a few weeks ago! Not only is gorgeous, but her music is seductive! Check her out!!
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Arkano Software Oct 7
From 3D printers to loveable robots is what both technology and innovation can bring to people’s life. Read the article here
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Dave Jones 21 May 19
Beyond the Hype: The Effect with | I only just watched David introducing himself and that was so epic alone that i had to share the whole show upfront. Do yourself a favor and watch. Credits:
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Nick Jikomes, PhD 20 Jul 19
(1/3) Map of the chemical landscape of commercial strains. Location of dots encodes information on the cannabinoid and terpene content of strains. Close together = similar chemical composition. Far apart = dissimilar composition.
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Blurred Culture 24 Jun 19
Keeps Single Streak Going On New Collaboration w/ . . Check out 's thoughts & pics and listen to her .
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ADDICTED 19 Jul 19
Flashback Friday Live Music Edition: Putting the soul in SXSW by ft and more!
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Latin American Perspectives 13 Apr 19
Latin American Perspectives talks to Andie Sandoval and Luis Mitre from the Mexican band MITRE at the SXSW music festival in Austin, TX
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Nick Jikomes, PhD 20 Jul 19
Replying to @trikomes
(2/3) Same map color-coded based on samples' popular indica (purple), sativa (red), or hybrid (green) strain designation. Notice that the red/green/purple dots generally do NOT clearly separate from each other.
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Nick Jikomes, PhD 20 Jul 19
Replying to @trikomes
(3/3) Same map color-coded by the samples' most abundant terpene. Notice that in this case there is much better separation by color, indicating that samples that share the same dominant terpene (often) have similar overall chemical profiles.
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Marissa RootsUndone 24 Apr 19
Currently calming my nerves as I prepare to speak on the panel, and about my experience, at the @BYEPUK Ask About Me event, which is a platform for young people living in Bristol to network with professionals and learn about different careers 😁
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