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BethSchultz
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Great insight
BethSchultz   5/7/2013 5:00:20 PM
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Thanks for sharing Noreen. Always good to know where to turn for good insight!

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Re: Great insight
Noreen Seebacher   5/7/2013 11:31:13 PM
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I especially enjoyed the Jeopardy winner. I have a long history with that show - I met Alex Trebek and he held my now 24 year old for like an hour when she was an infant!

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BethSchultz   5/8/2013 7:46:06 AM
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Do tell! None of my kids have been held by celebrities, though Pope John Paul II held one of my younger sisters, then a baby -- but certainly not for an hour! 

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Noreen Seebacher   5/8/2013 8:54:13 AM
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My husband, a broadcaster, was in a Thanksgiving day parade and Alex was the master of ceremonies. At a luncheon afterward he walked over to see the baby. He asked if he could hold her and did-- to the point I thought I would never get her back!

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BethSchultz   5/8/2013 2:52:30 PM
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I hope she didn't spit up on him. :-)

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kicheko   5/8/2013 4:27:06 PM
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Speaking of patterns and cybercrime, reminds me of the keifer sutherland series called touch. I guess even the employees without data science training with other expertise should be able to spot meaningful patterns to catch cybercrime.

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Noreen Seebacher   5/8/2013 5:08:14 PM
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Nope,  LOL Beth

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Noreen Seebacher   5/8/2013 5:12:08 PM
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Found it!

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PredictableChaos   5/8/2013 11:23:48 PM
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That photo is precious.

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Winning in Education
PredictableChaos   5/8/2013 11:34:45 PM
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The Jeopardy video is fun, yet has serious things to say about the future of education. The way Rick learned the Jeopardy material worked really, really well. I believe him when he explains how his methods can be applied to education in general.

He shows us something about the future of learning. Methods for diagnosing learning disabilities and altzheimers earlier.

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