Monday, August 20, 2012

"do things that have never been done before"

Eventually we all come to realize that our education is an amalgamation of many sources: family, school, friends, books/media, the Internet, and sometimes an old man in a coffee shop.  Comments welcome.

(Thanks, Dave Pell!)

13 comments:

  1. That was a good story. I didn't really pay attention to the moral of it. I just liked the story. :)

    Ethan Clardy

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    1. Well, it basically sums everything up for you at the bottom. Here, I'll just copy and paste.

      The first meaning: if you’ve conceived something in your mind, decide to do it, and are willing to put in the work – nothing can stop you.

      The second is fairly self-explanatory but carries the extra weight of it coming from the guy who invented the very thing that’s letting me type these words out on the internet.

      “Do things that have never been done before” - The guy who invented the computer

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  2. The story was nicely written, and formatted simply. What I liked about it, is that it kind of gives you the impression that anything can happen if you keep your eyes peeled. A 'Seize the day' motion, if you will.

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  3. Great story, definetly applies to us with our blog. We are doing something that hasn't been done before. At least in a High School setting.

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  4. wow...so totally cool! its definately a great story great words to go by!

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  5. This story also goes to show that great things can happen, you just have to be willing to part-take in them.

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  6. I like the caption to the picture. My mind was blown.

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  7. "Want to mess with your mind? Without the man in the photo, the photo of this man wouldn’t exist. *mind blown* " I love that XD

    This post is so cool thanks for sharing.
    Want to know a cool fact? You know how there was a car that was powered on water? well there is/was also a car that's powered on wood. Something called wood gas. Here is a link that will tell you all about it http://www.woodgas.net/whatiswoodgas.html

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    1. I don't know why my text went like that :|

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  8. the caption to the picture made me feel like i was reading an optical illusion :0

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  9. i could only imagine talking to someone like that. there would be so many questions!!!

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