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Loving You Still PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robin Temple   

You're not really ever dead.
Not in my heart nor in my head.
So long as someone thinks of me.
There remains a gift that you set free.

Never I hold you still.
With wings made out of your strong will.
I see you in the things I do and say.
You led me well and paved my way.

Stanford's social robot ‘Jackrabbot' seeks to understand pedestrian behavior PDF Print E-mail
Written by Vignesh Ramachandran   

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The Computational Vision and Geometry Lab has developed a robot prototype that could soon autonomously move among us, following normal human social etiquettes. It's named ‘Jackrabbot' after the springy hares that bounce around campus. In order for robots to circulate on sidewalks and mingle with humans in other crowded places, they'll have to understand the unwritten rules of pedestrian behavior. Stanford researchers have created a short, non-humanoid prototype of just such a moving, self-navigating machine.

ASPCA Responders Help Animals Displaced by Devastating Fire in New Mexico PDF Print E-mail
Written by General Press Release   

At the request of the New Mexico Department of Agriculture and the New Mexico Department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management, ASPCA responders arrived in Albuquerque on Monday to help shelter and care for nearly 500 animals displaced by the devastating "Dog Head Fire" in New Mexico's Manzano Mountains.

Bornean Orangutan at Smithsonian's National Zoo Is Pregnant PDF Print E-mail
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For the first time in 25 years, staff at the Smithsonian's National Zoo are making preparations for the highly anticipated birth of an endangered Bornean orangutan. With a breeding recommendation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Species Survival Plan (SSP), the 19-year-old parents to be, female Batang and male Kyle, bred in January.

Netflix Adds Five New Original Animated Series For Kids, Renews Kong: King of the Apes PDF Print E-mail
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Beverly Hills, Calif., --Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX), the world's leading Internet TV network, will launch five original animated shows for kids and renew global original series Kong: King of the Apes for a second season. These new and returning shows adapt characters and stories already known and loved into original TV shows sure to be kid and family favorites. Whether based on a record-breaking video game (Skylanders Academy), an award-winning book series (Llama Llama, Hilda) or a beloved movie franchise (Spy Kids: Mission Critical, Spirit Riding Free), the series will delight Netflix members of all ages and continue the commitment to delivering best in class storytelling to households across the globe.

Body of Light Announces Debut LP "Let Me Go" PDF Print E-mail
Written by Christopher Hansell   

Formed roughly 5 years ago in the wasted sands of Tempe, Arizona, electronic dance faction Body of Light have proven to be a teeming creative force within the present-day electronic landscape. From the archaic drones and abstract measurements of their earliest collections, to their prodigious cinematic pop ballads and darkwave compositions, the two brothers, Alex and Andrew Jarson, are no strangers when it comes to blurring the compositional lines that confine underground music.

Gov. Tomblin Requests Federal Declaration in Response to W.Va. Floods PDF Print E-mail
Written by General Press Release   

Major Disaster Declaration would support individual assistance for affected counties

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (June 25, 2016) - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has requested a federal Major Disaster Declaration from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide individual assistance for Kanawha, Greenbrier and Nicholas counties, which were severely affected by floods beginning June 23, 2016.

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