1. Exquisite Tweets from @arielwaldman, @chrismentzel, @iftfhealth, @iftf, @mgorbis, @rachelkeas, @gharp, @tiffanyshlain, @ilmungo, @DrWeidinger, @TinkeringStudio, @JonHPittman, @rachelannyes, @NikkiBlue1, @seanness, @JoePasqua, @JenEDavison, @kwing, @minglichai, @cascio, @elemele, @michael_nielsen, @dirkvl, @erodley, @stevenhill, @CitSciCentral, @wonderosity, @physicsdavid, @jilltarter, @pauldz, @cerreyes, @rrenzoo, @dunagan23, @nigelcameron, @fredmcclimans, @CDEgger, @k_cycloid, @gever, @benhamamoto, @snibbe

    arielwaldmanCollected by arielwaldman

    Up at Cavallo Point getting ready for Institute For The Future's Ten Year Forecast conference on Science #futuresci

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  2. Looking forward to IFTF's Future of Science workshop #futuresci (my first time at Cavallo Point - beautiful)

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  3. The #futuresci conference opening up by playing 'Weird Science' "thanks" to @pescovitz

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  4. .@LynJ kicks off our latest conference on the future of science. Follow #futuresci to keep updated!

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    iftfhealth

    IFTF Health Horizons

  5. .@LynJ kicks off our latest conference on the future of science. Follow #futuresci to keep updated!

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    iftf

    Institute For The Future

  6. Einstein: Imagination is more important than knowledge. #futuresci #iftf

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  7. Sharing nuggets today from IFTF's Tech Horizons conf: Platforms for the Future #futuresci iftf.org/tech #IFTF #openscience #kidstech

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  8. .@arielwaldman forecasting amplified human collisions in massive science projects like the large hadron collider #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  9. At great "Institute for the Future" "Future of Science" symposium. so good. @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  10. Missing tweet: 129590144297730048

  11. @arielwaldman :we are not going to have just airports but also spaceports #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  12. #futuresci New Space Age @Google lunar x price sending a robot to the moon to collect data @iftf

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  13. with every science discipline developing its own informatics core, what's the user interface for ethnobotany? #futuresci #iftf

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  14. oceans are still unchartered territoriy: more rovers have been to the surface of mars than to the ocean floor #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  15. What's more interesting than outer space? The Ocean! #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  16. And even more unknown. RT @ilmungo: What's more interesting than outer space? The Ocean! #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  17. we have sent more robots to the surface of mars than we have sent to the bottom of the ocean @rachelannyes via @arielwaldman #futuresci

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    DrWeidinger

    Nicolas Weidinger

  18. gelatinous biolayer and microfilms at air-ocean interfaces at #futuresci = open ocean quorum sensing?

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  19. Optogenetics=Brain controlled by light: Future of Science as told by @pescovitz@iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  20. Missing tweet: 129592657562435584

  21. Quantum levitation being mentioned at #futuresci - want my room temperature version!

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  22. Missing tweet: 129593091798732803

  23. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic - Clarke quote via @pescovitz RT @mcscharf: #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  24. iftf

    Institute For The Future

  25. David Copperfield is in trouble: quantum levitation technology looks better than magic. #futuresci

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    TinkeringStudio

    The Tinkering Studio

  26. Hovercraft soon? tRT @iftf: A link to the quantum levitation video - youtu.be/Ws6AAhTw7RA #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

    #yuk "If’s not made of metal and wood, it’s made from petroleum. ..food, toothpaste, shirts" @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  27. recasting Chinese trad medicine via synth bio to stabilize supply and lower price for artemisinin for malaria therapy #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  28. Information technology has limits, really need anew manufacturing base. institute for the future #futuresci

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    JonHPittman

    Jon Pittman

  29. Missing tweet: 129595929232809985

  30. rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  31. Missing tweet: 129596793968279553

  32. Thrilled to be @iftf #futuresci today. Looking for innovation in science communication, ocean ideas. Talking networked conversations, data.

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  33. citizen science needs mobile microscopy for the masses fletchlab.berkeley.edu/node/63 #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  34. yes! RT @gharp: citizen science needs mobile microscopy for the masses fletchlab.berkeley.edu/node/63 #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  35. How are scientists in low resource situations caring out their work? Tekla Labs open sources lab equipment plans. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  36. TeklaLab makes scientifi lab equipment accessible to the masses bit.ly/sqbpnV #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  37. Establish a community around building research infrastructure, global research networks of open scientists. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  38. Tekla Labs helps people start their own labs and build their own equipment: back to the scientist/tinkerer model! #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  39. Missing tweet: 129598380635721728

  40. Cellscope=iphone+3D printed optics frame+$3 LED+app. A working microscope. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  41. Tekla Labs makes a microscope with 3d printed parts, superbright LED, and an iPhone. All things that didn't exist 5 years ago. #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  42. cellscope--tools that change who does science bit.ly/g8NAq4 #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  43. Access to tools changes who can do science. Bring in more players with different perspectives to solve big sticky issues. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  44. teklalabs is DIY science tools for citizen science teklalabs.org : see also @hackteria for artists doing messy science #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  45. Missing tweet: 129600565113131008

  46. SETI trying to replace "to believe" with "to explore." In 50 years of space research, have sampled the equivalent of 1 C ocean. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  47. Missing tweet: 129600942394982400

  48. 40 sextillion = the number of stars in the universe!!! #futuresci instagr.am/p/RpZe5/

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    seanness

    Sean Ness

  49. We only understand 4% of outer space. The rest is dark matter which means "96% of we don't know."-@jilltarter at #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

    that just blew my mind. RT @seanness: 40 sextillion = the number of stars in the universe!!! #futuresci bit.ly/uVoT0n

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  50. Missing tweet: 129601675244744704

  51. Mind blown again. RT @rachelannyes: In 50 years of space research, have sampled the equivalent of 1 C ocean. #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  52. Install and forget- SETI at Home is a lost opportunity. How to use our brains, not just spare CPU cycles. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  53. Citizen Scientists. RT @ilmungo: "We want your thinkons" @jilltarter at #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  54. Missing tweet: 129602399110303745

  55. Could that be "Cloudsourcing?" RT @mcscharf: Setiquest - crowdsourcing for outer space #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  56. it's future of science day @iftf tech horizons conference. follow #futuresci for emerging insights and virtual witnessing

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  57. The day we discover a second earth, that is the day it gets real for people. #futuresci

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    DrWeidinger

    Nicolas Weidinger

  58. Jill Tarter from SETI speaking on importance of citizen participation. She wants your "thinkons" #futuresci img.ly/9PDL

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    JoePasqua

    Joe Pasqua

  59. Missing tweet: 129605061830651904

  60. Missing tweet: 129605701076140033

  61. social media for DNA jbrowse.org: where's the "like" button for gene expression profiles and positive selection #futuresci #layersofcultures

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  62. Still need human curators to do annotation on genome (slow,expensive)' now can do collaborative simultaneous annotation. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

    Social media for science: social graph evolves over time. What are the social objects for science? Papers? #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  63. can social objects recombine and accumulate mutations on the facebook for genes? #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  64. Other social objects of science? The gene. (Curious about this lens. How does it inform science communications?) #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  65. Missing tweet: 129608738347814912

  66. Live annotating among collaborators-how is community managed? Professional vs crowdsourced will need managed differently. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  67. So sad to be missing #futuresci Thanks to @rachelannyes and @chrismentzel for the live tweets. SETI for #fish now!

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    kwing

    Kate Wing

  68. @mgorbis shows a maps from 1954 how 3 networks:centralized, decentralized & distributed. so glad we are at distribued #futuresci #iftf

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  69. Diagramming distributed communications: Paul Baran illustrations from 1964 #futuresci yfrog.com/nve6yhj

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  70. Emergent ecology of science- moving from centralized ways of creating value to distributed ways. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  71. @arielwaldman talks about Hacking space exploration at Future of Science symposium @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  72. a bundle of lab resources with open fab microscopy + Lytro + Color for FB + ImageJ would enable direct witnessing for science #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  73. "Doing something changes how you see it", very powerful message from @arielwaldman at #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  74. Want to help astronomers explore the universe for an hour today? galaxyzoo.org #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  75. @kwing miss you here at #futuresci too! Will find @chrismentzel and commiserate. And dream up awesome stuff!

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

    Modes of invading space: open collaboration, disruptively accessible, active contribution, open=accessible. @arielwaldman #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  76. Missing tweet: 129620769876619265

  77. Wondering...What are the design principles for open collab? #futuresci

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    minglichai

    minglichai

  78. ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  79. Open hack days act like sparks for unexpected, unusual ways of contributing to science. @arielwaldman #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  80. iftf

    Institute For The Future

  81. Wondering...what are the new (?) patterns of groups? #futuresci

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    minglichai

    minglichai

    Wondering...how do you hack social motivations? #futuresci

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    minglichai

    minglichai

  82. Missing tweet: 129621880096296960

  83. Next Step: "Connecting Scholars in the Cloud" Future of Sdence Conf. @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  84. Coffee coupon on phone in 30 sec, but scientist has to start from scratch to gather latest news on current research state. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  85. @cascio Mendeley appears to be unintentionally building a reputation network for scientists. #futuresci

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    cascio

    Jamais Cascio

  86. Mendelay includes social media "citations" for scientific papers. 120 million papers uploaded. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  87. + a resilience net for science RT @cascio Mendeley appears to be unintentionally building a reputation network for scientists. #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  88. Thinking about attention metrics for scientific research. Papers and popular media make for convoluted attention paths. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  89. Large Hadron Collider is an example of "big science;" the increasingly open collab sci model can be thought of as "wide science" #futuresci

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    cascio

    Jamais Cascio

  90. what's the dashboard for science gap analysis? #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  91. What is the pattern language for the city of the crowd? Should there be traffic lights? #futuresci

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    minglichai

    minglichai

  92. Some types of big science require the resources of masses (SETI@home), sometimes minds of masses (galaxyzoo, Kasparov vs world) #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

    Some big science requires cross disciplinary fertilization (open at fringes)' fringe specialization (Innocentive) -David Harris #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  93. Kasparov's chess match against a global collab. network was easily hacked; how do we stop that in more important projects? #futuresci

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    cascio

    Jamais Cascio

  94. New Rewards: Could a tweet be credited in a science paper? since an initial idea is what can start research. @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  95. Competition, reward system hold science back. What if paragraphs or tweets could be cited, in add'tn to papers? -David Harris #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  96. "Competition and reward system (papers) are holding science back" @physicsdavid #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  97. how can we extend the science paper and citation networks to other forms of communication? e.g. tweets, paragraphs #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  98. School science is dull and real science is exciting. School presents science as set of facts instead of exploration. @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  99. Missing tweet: 129628288141361153

  100. Sounds like people are having fun at #futuresci @iftf listening to @physicsdavid

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    michael_nielsen

    Michael Nielsen

  101. Missing tweet: 129628346429603840

  102. "We need scientific literacy more than scientists" @jilltarter #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  103. @physicsdavid Re: your talk, and citation networks, I'm partial to the idea of the bit as the minimal publishable unit :-) #futuresci

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    michael_nielsen

    Michael Nielsen

  104. Lots of claps for increasing science literacy in general, not just more scientists... #futuresci

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  105. Missing tweet: 129630351940259841

  106. I have great hope for children today because they are learning to process communication in completely new ways.- @tiffanyshlain #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  107. STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) education is turning into STEAM. The A stands for Art #futuresci

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    DrWeidinger

    Nicolas Weidinger

  108. STEM -> STEAM from @mgorbis (with the A being art of course!) like it! #futuresci

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  109. understanding how to access & use the index of knowledge, not remembering sci knowledge will be a STEM skill for the future #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  110. My big concern about open/collab science & peer review is the ease with which it could be gamed or griefed. #futuresci

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    cascio

    Jamais Cascio

  111. Missing tweet: 129631040787578880

  112. What if: Post publication peer review (like a blog post) that's connectable to CV. #futuresci /cc @MiriamGoldste

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  113. enough said RT @Gawker: Hackers Almost Took Control Over Two U.S. Satellites gaw.kr/tt9Nog #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  114. the @exploratorium has 40+ years of experience in offering STEAM content to audiences. Just saying... #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  115. Hacker spaces being plugged at #futuresci - maybe these can take over all the shutdown blockbuster locations!

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  116. Have loved this Future of Science gathering. #futuresci Those of you who are interested, check our film #Conne… (cont) deck.ly/~kV0Dz

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  117. Science has an entrenched pattern language. Citizen science expands that. -@physicsdavid #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  118. Missing tweet: 129634589877604352

  119. BIG obstacle in science literacy is category confusion, process vs entity, "occurs over time" vs "has mass" #futuresci how can tools help?

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  120. Great comment on citizen science, creativity is a key element of the contribution #futuresci

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  121. “@DrWeidinger: STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) education is turning into STEAM. The A stands for Art #futuresci” < that's great!

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    dirkvl

    Dirk vom Lehn

  122. @dirkvl STEAM is pretty cool. Puts a whole new lens on what we do. #futuresci

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    erodley

    Ed Rodley

  123. Interesting #scipolicy tweets coming from the Institute for the Future @iftf future of science conference on #futuresci

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    stevenhill

    Steven Hill

  124. Great thoughts from #futuresci, RT @rachelannyes: Science has an entrenched pattern language. #Citizenscience expands that. @physicsdavid

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    CitSciCentral

    citizenscience.org

  125. Missing tweet: 129656501529870338

  126. Missing tweet: 129657806499483649

  127. Looking at that amazing research which translates fMRI to video from Gallant Lab, UCB #futuresci newscenter.berkeley.edu/2011/09/22/bra…

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

    .@mrgunn: This #futuresci presentation on reconstruction of events from fMRI is blowing my mind <- it's reading your mind!

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  128. it's future of science day @iftf tech horizons conference. follow #futuresci for emerging insights and virtual witnessing

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  129. "Scientific papers talk about how you prove ideas, not how you get ideas" @artolson #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  130. Art Olson just gave me goosebumps by shaking a jar. Way ti teach molecular biology, sir. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  131. Missing tweet: 129661819785723904

  132. "How we get ideas is at least as important as how we prove ideas" in re: what gets left out of scienctific papers. Arthur Olson #futuresci

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    JoePasqua

    Joe Pasqua

  133. Missing tweet: 129662179300474880

  134. Missing tweet: 129663626343759872

  135. The Institute for Figuring--another place bringing together science, art, design bit.ly/Z1f1K #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  136. Jennifer Dionne takes the stage. Loving how many women voices are sharing about the future of science! #futuresci #iftf dionne.stanford.edu

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  137. Missing tweet: 129666520338014209

  138. Missing tweet: 129667321739481088

  139. learning about amazing magic and neuroscience science at the #futuresci @iftf Technology Horizons Fall Conference

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    wonderosity

    Nicole Tindall

  140. Missing tweet: 129669191757340672

  141. failure to detect changes to people paper on Mendeley bit.ly/tyVcCP #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  142. Missing tweet: 129670047839944704

  143. magic teaches us that world is not as it seems, there is more to it to explore, thus Exploratorium #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  144. big implications for big science: when the effect is easier to follow than the method, no one will see what you are doing #futuresci #magic

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  145. Hearing about the science of magic at #futuresci - we try to catch the secret method while experiencing the effect - which we cant multitask

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  146. Missing tweet: 129670764864614400

  147. anybody interested in open science should read @michael_nielsen 's book "Reinventing Discovery" @iftf #futuresci

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    physicsdavid

    David Harris (he/him)

  148. What I learned today #futuresci
    The science of magic! Look out for the perception gap. yoarenotsosmart.com

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    jilltarter

    Jill Tarter

  149. You Are Not So Smart | A blog devoted to self delusion and irrational thinking. - bit.ly/dePdw0 via @iftf #futuresci

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    cerreyes

    Cesar Reyes Nájera

  150. challenged to connect technical expertise from experts to non-expert concepts rigorously: can C-K diagramming help? j.mp/uuueBo #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  151. Joining the notsosmart bandwagon RT @iftf You Are Not So Smart blog - youarenotsosmart.com #futuresci

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    rrenzoo

    Renzo Giusti

  152. .@kathivian gives us a tour through 4 types of Impossible Futures #futuresci #Methodology

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    iftf

    Institute For The Future

  153. Kathi Vian introduces the futures impossible typology. Type 1: Violates our understanding of realistic time frames #futuresci #iftf

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  154. mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  155. Missing tweet: 129681731124084736

  156. rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

    4th type of impossible science "demands concepts not available in our culture." Conceptsmithing perhaps important. #futuresci /cc @CDEgger

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  157. Lytro camera as an example of impossible science: j.mp/j0ubcP #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  158. Light field camera for science! Camera traps with this tech would be amazing! #futuresci @lytro lytro.com

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  159. Quantum mechanics: weird things can happen when you don't look #futuresci

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    wonderosity

    Nicole Tindall

  160. Stanley Klein is giving a quantum presentation. He's both presenting and not presenting at the same time. #futuresci

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    dunagan23

    Jake Dunagan

  161. Missing tweet: 129686965107953664

  162. Advantage of quantum mechanic: the intrinsic mystery of duality is good for humility. Stanley Klein at #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

    Literally flying through the cosmos, and without drugs! #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  163. Missing tweet: 129691696245121025

  164. UC Astrophysicist Joel Primack: Think Cosmically, Act Globally, Eat Locally. #futuresci

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    cascio

    Jamais Cascio

  165. Fly along at new-universe.org. Think cosmically, act globally, eat locally. #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  166. Think cosmically, act globally, eat locally #futuresci @ Joel Primack UC Santa Cruz

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    wonderosity

    Nicole Tindall

  167. I could watch cosmological simulations of the universe all day - craving more #futuresci

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  168. And drink?? RT @cascio: UC Astrophysicist Joel Primack: Think Cosmically, Act Globally, Eat Locally. #futuresci

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    nigelcameron

    Nigel Cameron

  169. Missing tweet: 129693574366371842

  170. Intuition is trained by making lots and lots of guesses, and considering accuracy. -Joel Primack #futuresci (and insight earned)

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  171. Joel Primack: creative processes in art and science are not different. Key to both is taste! & Intuition, which is trained #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  172. Missing tweet: 129695102263246848

  173. Missing tweet: 129695285109723136

  174. Everywhere RT @nigelcameron: And drink?? RT @cascio: UC Astrophysicist Joel Primack: Think Cosmically, Act Globally, Eat Locally. #futuresci

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    fredmcclimans

    Fred McClimans

  175. " Think Cosmically, Act Globally, Eat Locally." UC Astrophysicist Joel Primack: RT @mgorbis: RT @cascio @iftf #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  176. Missing tweet: 129711076383260672

  177. Missing tweet: 129711156725166080

  178. Great license plate for a quantum mechanic - Stanley Klein of UC Berkeley #futuresci pic.twitter.com/9feYd6a4

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    JoePasqua

    Joe Pasqua

  179. ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  180. Missing tweet: 129713885581283328

  181. Open science is no longer enough. We need accessible science and a *resilient* structure in the face of unintended consequences. #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  182. computation and simulation are the third edge of science, in addition to theory and experiment #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  183. Missing tweet: 129715318493937665

  184. The Now: hanging out with futurists in a very SF setting #futuresci yfrog.com/ntbvhpgj

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  185. Adam Savage: "Scientists are artists of the imagination" img.ly/9Qp4 #futuresci

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    JoePasqua

    Joe Pasqua

  186. Missing tweet: 129746496622047233

  187. Liquid Television came up in conversation at #futuresci tonight - anyone remember it? I practically grew up on that show. I miss it.

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  188. Catching up on #futuresci thread thx to @rachelannyes tweet. Very cool, & agree, cross-culture conceptcrafting uber-important, English v ltd

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    CDEgger

    Christine D. Egger

  189. Keynote by Mythbusters' Adam Savage. Began by sharing 2 of his favorite science teachers from when he was a kid. #TeachersMatter #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  190. Gibson/Stephenson talk like the predictive power of Neuromancer/Snow Crash has passed, but we're only just getting there #scifi #futuresci

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    k_cycloid

    K Cycloid

  191. View from Cavallo Point, home of the Institute for the Future conference. Gorgeous. #futuresci yfrog.com/nwtu7voj

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  192. The fastest growing group of gamers are kids between ages 2-5 #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  193. Disney AppMATes: The New Mobile Application Toys for iPad - youtube.com/watch?v=VaNzbC… #KidsTech #FutureSci

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    iftf

    Institute For The Future

  194. "We shape our tools, and thereafter they shape us." -Marshall McLuhan #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  195. "Childhood is a constant renegotiation of the boundaries of reality" Adults "know" the boundaries & miss chances to change them
    #futuresci

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    JoePasqua

    Joe Pasqua

  196. "kidularity" = kids become more proficient at technology than adults. #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  197. Kids may be better suited to change than adults, due to greater brain plasticity and lack of 'legacy features' that adults have #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  198. iftf

    Institute For The Future

  199. Using an iPad to allow non-verbal kids to communicate intuitively - Rachel Maguire #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  200. App let's kids w difficulty speaking communicate in creative and natural terms proloquo2go.com #futuresci #kidshealth

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    iftfhealth

    IFTF Health Horizons

  201. Therapeutic uses of iPad for kids on autism spectrum via Proloquo2go proloquo2go.com #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  202. Tracking asthma inhalers use might lead to better prevention and identification of causes. Asthmapolis: bit.ly/dsTvGW #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  203. 1 in 8 kids in have asthma. Asthmapolis adds sensors to inhalers to precisely map high-trigger areas. #UpstreamPrevention #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  204. Asthmapolis tracks where inhalers used, can be tool to expose risk, advocate change, treat upstream #futuresci bit.ly/dsTvGW

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    iftfhealth

    IFTF Health Horizons

    Initiative to create apps to get kids to eat healthy, exercise bit.ly/9vCoWP #futuresci #kidshealth

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    iftfhealth

    IFTF Health Horizons

  205. Can't help but wonder: will experiencing the world through technology teach kids that the world is not directly knowable? #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  206. "We shape our tools, and thereafter they shape us." -Marshall McLuhan #futuresci RT @rachelkeas

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  207. Trainer game bit.ly/tYrGB4 by @troj818 is a "pokemon for health" #futuresci #kidshealth

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    iftfhealth

    IFTF Health Horizons

  208. "Childhood is a constant renegotiation of the boundaries of reality" Adults "know" the boundaries & miss chances to change them #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

    "kidularity" = kids become more proficient at technology than adults. #futuresci RT @ilmungo

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

    Kids may be better suited to change than adults, due to greater brain plasticity and lack of 'legacy features' that adults have #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

    Loved watching a 60 min. on this. RT @ilmungo: Using an iPad to allow non-verbal kids to communicate intuitively - Rachel Maguire #futuresci

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  209. Clear that we (as adults) still have an outsiders perspective on kids tech. #futuresci #iftf (no live feed)

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    gever

    gever tulley

  210. agreed. this is a critical gap to bridge. RT @gever: Clear that we (as adults) still have an outsiders perspective on kids tech. #futuresci

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    dunagan23

    Jake Dunagan

  211. The fastest growing group of gamers are kids between ages 2-5 #futuresci RT @deepamehta

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  212. gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  213. flipped classroom--hear lectures at home, do homework in class with help from teachers #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  214. The flipped classroom: better leverage teachers by flipping the model. Do homework at school & school work at home. #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  215. khan academy: student-first desgn. Purpose: world class individualized education for anyone in the world for free #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  216. From broadcast toward individualized learning. Jason Rosoff, Kahn Academy on kidstech & learning: khanacademy.org #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  217. khan academy model: mastery is constant, time is variable #futuresci

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  218. Paradigm shift in learning: keep mastery constant, and let time be variable. Jason Rosoff of Khan Academy. #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  219. Traditional classroom education: Time is constant, mastery is variable. Khan Academy: Mastery is constant, time is variable #futuresci

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    JoePasqua

    Joe Pasqua

  220. to 1 year-olds, a magazine is a broken ipad j.mp/nV0jTG #futuresci

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  221. @khanacademy has 3.5 million unique students/month. That's more than @Harvard has graduated in 375 years #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  222. digitized action figures by @thushanthushan let kids tell stories and record them for posterity bit.ly/aIjPmF #futuresci #kidstech

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    benhamamoto

    Ben Hamamoto

  223. iPad allows kids to be producers of their own films. Global digital storytelling platform, Toontastic: launchpadtoys.com/toontastic/ #futuresci

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  224. toontastic templates for stories, animation, and collaboration by @thushanthushan bit.ly/aIjPmF #futuresci #kidstech

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  225. !:) @khanacademy has 3.5 million unique students/month. That's more than @Harvard has graduated in 375 years #futuresci RT @rachelkeas

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  226. Techno Guardian Angels: scary stuff. #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  227. chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  228. .@gever on Dangerism: belief system or ideology in which certain activities are dangerous #futuresci #iftf

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  229. @gever: stick a 6 year-old girl on a street corner in the Tenderloin 8 hours a day, it will take her 750K years to be kidnapped. #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

    Check out what kids that are allowed to take risks are doing at Brightworks: bit.ly/vsqfht #brightworks #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

    Eric Rosenbaum and Jay Silver's Singing Fingers gets at shoutout at #futuresci: bit.ly/aqJite

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  230. Second Bjork reference of the research exchange. #futuresci #bjorkify

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    rachelkeas

    Rachel Hatch

  231. .@snibbe talking about joseph cornell boxes as early interactive media art forms #futuresci #kidstech

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    gharp

    Gabriel Harp

  232. "Any sufficiently advanced learning will be indistinguishable from play" Rock on Scott Snibbe! #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  233. Appreciated that griefers/trolls are being thought of when designing crowdsource/ open sci platforms.Deal with it, move on, make. #futuresci

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    rachelannyes

    Rachel 'flatten the curve' Weidinger

  234. I know, that made my conference. bjorkularity! RT @rachelkeas: Second Bjork reference of the research exchange. #futuresci #bjorkify

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    dunagan23

    Jake Dunagan

  235. Scott Snibbe is making me want to buy an iPad. Love OscilloScoop: bit.ly/lHFzqk #futuresci

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    ilmungo

    Luigi Anzivino

  236. the "biophilia app is a way of seeing inside Bjork's mind." #futuresci #kidstech #iftf

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    dunagan23

    Jake Dunagan

  237. Scott @snibbe is some sort of wizard, I just bought more apps listening to his #futuresci talk than in the last few months! #timetoplay

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  238. hey educators, a curriculum is "built in" to the process of making stuff. -@Frauenfelder #kidstech #futuresci #iftf

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    dunagan23

    Jake Dunagan

  239. Made by Hand: My Adventures in the World of Do-It-Yourself by @Frauenfelder - amzn.to/qvT19c #FutureSci #KidsTech

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    iftf

    Institute For The Future

  240. Missing tweet: 130017289444655105

  241. Love this! "Any sufficiently advanced learning will be indistinguishable from play" -Scott Snibbe! #futuresci via @ilmungo:

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    tiffanyshlain

    Tiffany Shlain

  242. @LynJ Thanks for the terrific opportunity to speak and listen today at Institute for the Future @iftf #futuresci #kidstech

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    snibbe

    Scott Snibbe

  243. For the McGyver in You: RT @iftf Made by Hand: My Adventures in the World of Do-It-Yourself by @Frauenfelder amzn.to/qvT19c #FutureSci

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    rrenzoo

    Renzo Giusti

  244. iftf

    Institute For The Future