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KCOCCO ~ photo - Tagge's Farm & Slide Ridge Honey
Tagge's Farm & Slide Ridge Honey 

Willard Bay, Great salt lake, from the slopes of Tagge's Farm.
Amazing Farm tour put on by the fun crew of Downtown SLC Farmers Market

Thayne Tagge showing one of the 28 different types of peaches he grows

Huge blackberry! & Tory Clayton

New drip irrigation filter system

Martin James of Slide Ridge Honey answering all our questions on bee colony collapse and the business model of bee keeping. Slide Ridge Honey vinegar rocks!
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Tour of Utah 

Live heli video coverage of Tour of Utah, watch out for the power cables

Oscar Alvarez leading into the canyon

Levi Leipheimer overall winner in the peloton for the last climb to Snowbird

Watched live stream as the tour climbed 8k ft. over the Alpine loop. Nice interface from Adobe with KulaByte used for the stream capture. Rode bikes to watch them enter Little Cottonwood canyon and was able to ride back home and watch the final 4 miles of Levi's climb to the finish.
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Processing.org graphics 

Globaia.org Some amazing graphics created with Processing, also check out New York Times Labs 3D propagation of stories on twitter using Processing and MongoDB.

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Back in June with the Cromar's at the wind tunnel IFly Ogden Utah

Mike Cromar

Kevin Cocco

Cale Cromar


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Interesting Ted Talk regarding Algorithms. "Writing the unreadable", "Pragmatic Chaos" pick 60% of the movies people watch on Netflix. Kevin Slavin briefly mentions a company Epagogix that predicts box office success of a movie script through algorithms, same company Malcolm Gladwell was anonymously discussing in his 2006 talk So Predictable.

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