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Weekend irony with the University of Florida

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Auteur: 
Samat Jain

div class=field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hiddendiv class=field-itemsdiv class=field-item even property=content:encodedpIrony: this weekend (Apr 21–22), span class=capsNPR/span’s a href=http://www.npr.org/programs/wait-wait-dont-tell-me/Wait Wait˙ Don’t Tell me!/a re-ran a a href=http://www.npr.org/templates/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=35amp;prgDate=04-21-2012segment with author Jack Gantos/a. In it, Jack Gantos makes a crack at the University ofnbsp;Florida:/p

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Auteur: 
André Boisvert

Automne 2011, Montréal est occupée et préoccupée. Depuis, nos étudiants se sont mobilisés et revendiquent. On se questionne sur l’avenir de notre planète, sur le partage des richesses, sur nos responsabilités individuelles et collectives.

Le discours bouillonne et accouche d’un printemps tranquille (comme on les aime).

BuildSocial launching inaugural event March 14th, focused on social data and social APIs

Auteur: 
Heri

Are you working with Facebook’s social API? Interested in twitter marketing? Or maybe working foursquare and new social apps? Head over this month to BuildSocial, co-organized by Andrew Sider and Paul Herrera. Read more to know everything about BuildSocial:

HackingHealth gathers 200 health professionals and programmers

Auteur: 
Heri

This weekend, the new organization HackingHealth.ca (@hackinghealthca) is enabling tech innovation in Montreal and in Canada by inviting doctors and health specialists to pitch ideas to programmers and techies. The goal is to bring much-needed innovation in healthcare, and in a way, launch new health startups.

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