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We invite networks to share experiments with how google drive and hangout can link together millennials #2030now  chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655

What to Know first about #2030now Jim Kim2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc Uniting the most exciting generation- professionals under 35 todays are the most educated, most connected and after attending a jim kim youth summit: empowered to be the most collaborative, accountable and transparent when it comes to jobs and goodwill purposes in such life critical markets - more at What Alumni etc of World Record Job Creator Jim Kim are You Looking...

Milllennials Co-brand of Top 12 World Record Job Creator Jim Kim uniting his alumni networks such as can be sustained out of

  • partners in health ,  
  • global value chain debates co-led by Michael Porter and such friends of Paaul Farmer as George Soros and Sir Fazle Abed, ...
  • Open Learning Campus social and business sustainability cases - trnascript above emerged from social good summit ny 2013 and change the world mooc (first edition 50000 student network); Wolrd Bank has now become mother of all coursera partnes for on-demand coursera subect matters
  • Dartmouth college started superstar social movements (gangnam style) now linking, global poverty proect at new york, Dbank apple beats launch out of world bank tedx), Youth Summits

Notes on how to use google drive https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2423485?hl=en

View images, videos, documents, and other files

You can quickly view many file types online with Google Drive, including videos, PDFs, Microsoft Office files, and many image file types. With Google Drive, you can:

  • View all of your files at a glance
  • Store up to 15 GB of files for free
  • Share files with other people without ever having to use an email attachment

View files in Google Drive

To view a file using the new Google Drive, double-click on a title of a file.

To view a file using the classic Google Drive, single-click on a title of a file.

Below are some actions you can do after you’ve opened a file.

Icon Action
Quickly rename a file by clicking on the file name
Zoom
Share
Print
Download
Open the file with a Google Drive app

To view all of the files you have in Drive, try using Drive's grid view.

Supported file types

Keyboard shortcuts for viewing files

Change default app settings

By default, certain types of files will be opened in the preview view when you click on them from your Drive. For example, files without a dedicated app of their own, like images, will open in the preview view. To change the default settings, follow the steps for making an app the default app.

Search your files

To narrow your search results, type a search operator and keyword in the search box at the top. For example, to find a file that Frank uploaded and shared with you, type "owner:Frank."

Search images

Using Google Goggles and Optical Character Recognition technology, you can also search for images by describing or naming what's in them. For example, searching for "Mount Everest" will show all your photos of Mount Everest and any documents that contain text about Mount Everest. If you narrow your search to "Mount Everest Nepal," you'll only see images taken from the Nepal side of Mount Everest.

Search for text in your files

You can search for text in PDF and image files by:

  • Typing your search in the search box in Drive
  • Typing your search directly into the search box in the top-right corner within the file

You'll be able to search the first 100 pages of any text documents or text-based PDFs that you've uploaded. You'll also be able to search for text found on the first ten pages of any image PDFs on your Drive.

Read more on searching for your files.

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Do you know any millennials-inspired open source  movements using google drives to connect their movements and #2030now

example 1 Google Drives Connecting World Record ob Creation researchers and #2030now include

 

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survey 100 collaboration leaders of 2010s= youth's most productive generation

Connections sir fazle abed family, ying lowrey, Taddy Blecher, Billy, Hiro, Harrison Owen Dr Ranga & Prita (Amma) Jayfus King Rev Al Marinez Lee, Fady, Ian Ryder, John Caswell, Jeff Devlin, Sherry Tross, Camilo, Luis VIguria, gordon dryden. tania zaman

Yuxuan, Emily, Filmographer of Child Arts Olympiads 

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new connections

Ed Resor NY worldpossible

Daniel Lu

Dawn Li and her chiense media friend in DC

Cheng Li (c100), brookings biographer of xi jinping

in qatar wise Stavros; in dubai networkers of million dolar teacher prize

Founder of 2000 chapters of students for liberty now headhunted by john mackey of conscious capitalism

monica yunus and co-founder of www.singfiorhope.org - new yorks largest community arts program, main chinese spoinsor fosun shanghai

more to come

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critical events

jack m trains 1000 american detroit may 2017 gateway17.com ; wise co-creativity

What are the most exciting apps and mobile leapfrog partnerships you have ever seen  rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Bkash built on learning curve of Mpesa last m,ile banking

Give Directly built on millennials local research of which communities already have micfrofranchise solution worthy of conditional cash transfer

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 join our co-editors at http://openspacetech.blogspot.com if you wish to celebrate sustainability goals empowered by youthful community builders

download practice of peace chaps 1,2 by harrison owen found open space 

the greatest millennial exchanges pro-youth future capitals eg NY Beijing can develop win-win social world trades around

the village phone network that started with the learning curve of partners of grameen phone, MIT legatum, telenor, george sorois and women4empoiwerment

ihub African youth's centre of gravity in worldwide hackathon and ushhidi open source coders

partners in health learning exhcnage networks including world class teaching hospitals in haiti and soon rwanda and opening of world bank year 2015-2016 in Peru epicentre of Preferential Option Poor community and Franciscan faith networks

solar a billion a model that links hand in hand with mobile village phone networks for poorest

greatest missed opportunity to date 17 parallel khan academies slowly built on demand by 17 most trusted goals-exponential modeling economists and youth Experiential Learning networks

First 4 doublings of global commns tech age

China Joy

Worldwide Joy

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Japan starts up far east rising

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S Korea joins in eastern development

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ChinaDiaspora:East's Superports -HK, Taiwan, Singapore...

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Continental agrarian keynsianism

Diaspora 3rd richest;

Moon landing

intel starts up 68 moores-law doubling of chip capacity every 2 years

Satellite age lifts off

If societies around the globe are spending 4000 times more on global village connections (#2030now versus 1946) then it stands to reason that sustainable millennials will need to demand 10 times more value from community networking and mobile open source services such as health education local value chained markets/banks, energy, safety and peace


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AMYgeneratoinS.jpgHack Coursera Sgoal 1  2  3 ..

Hackathons at IHUB

Hack with world bank kim

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rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have good news on a food chain - examples our collaboration entrepreneurs are actively searching include rice, mung beans, coffee, (green) tea, cashews, peas ,,,, aquaponics . 

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note 1984 system transformation finding: the most valuable innovations need to transform systems by taking many parties through a common conflict barrier at the same time

join above zero-sum value chain model innovators at TrillionDollarAudit.com

Brits and Eastern Europeans who could save millennials goals

dannyboyle chrispatten butler-sloss marianowak tomhunter georgesoros bernerslee michael palin gorbachev, Lech Walesa

Asians who could : sir fazle abed, jim kiim, jack ma,  W4E, Gandhi family Lucknow

Africans who could: Taddy Blecher, Noel Samara, Mandela Elders

Mid-East who could: Latif, Legatum

from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk please help in 2 ways -nomination of collaboration 100; testify to world's largest public broadcasters such as BBC that this survey needs their mediation now

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