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#OutubroRosa by Participantes III

by Participantes III

In today's society computers and technology have been taking a big role in our lives. In the adoration of Jenna Fox, they find out Jenna's memory is in a computer. I think the author is trying to tell us that little things like backing up someone's memory into a computer take over a big part in world. His main message I think is that technology is a huge thing in today's world.

An awesome Virtual Reality pic! Hey world meet the new #virtualreality and its plucky #overlord #vr #samsung #oculus #zuckerberg #technology #history #historyinthemaking by dan_swartz check us out:

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Olivia Wilde highlights her slim frame in tailored shirt and trousers

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Ada Lovelace, the world's first computer programmer and the only child of Lord Byron. Her mother pushed her towards mathematics terrified that she would end up a poet like her father. In her 30's Ada wrote her mother and asked, "If you can't give me poetry, can't you give me poetical science?"