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Prime ou 2.0 : quel geek êtes-vous ?

Prime ou 2.0 : quel geek êtes-vous ? | stuff | Scoop.it
Dans Geek la revanche, à paraitre le 8 avril aux éditions Robert Laffont, l'auteur Nicolas Beaujouan se risque à classer les membres d'une communauté très soudée autour de films, de livres ou de jeux-vidéos.
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Smiling faces at the Devon and Somerset Gliding Club Open Weekend - Midweek Herald

Smiling faces at the Devon and Somerset Gliding Club Open Weekend - Midweek Herald | stuff | Scoop.it
Midweek Herald Smiling faces at the Devon and Somerset Gliding Club Open Weekend Midweek Herald The Devon and Somerset Gliding Club's Open Weekend last Saturday and Sunday had mixed weather, but a large number of visitors enjoyed their first flight...
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Glider pilot lands on roof after bailing out at 3000ft - Telegraph.co.uk

Glider pilot lands on roof after bailing out at 3000ft - Telegraph.co.uk | stuff | Scoop.it
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Glider pilot lands on roof after bailing out at 3000ft
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... of a farm outbuilding. He unhooked his canopy and climbed down and walked away unhurt.
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#Buzz #Actu #Geek ▶ Geek Magazine !

#Buzz #Actu #Geek ▶ Geek Magazine ! | stuff | Scoop.it

Magazine Geek traquant le meilleur de l'actu geek sur le web ! Les meilleurs news de Geek pour partager la passion du High-Tech et la Nouvelles Technologie

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Percentage Trick - Solve precentages mentally - percentages made easy with the cool math trick!

Percentages can be done mentally both accurately and rapidly using this cool math trick. Become a genius in no time!
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Want astronomy apps? There's a catalog for that

Want astronomy apps? There's a catalog for that | stuff | Scoop.it
With the plethora of mobile apps now available for astronomy applications, its hard to keep track of them all.

Via Sakis Koukouvis
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