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5 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous How do we register for the jschool one?

    1. Zach Hendrickson says:

      @Zach Hendrickson You don’t need to register for the Delacorte Buzzfeed event. Just show up at 7:00.

      Here is the link for the Google event. It was hidden in the Jschool event calendar. bit.ly/GoogleApril30

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous @Zach Hendrickson: what about the eric schmidt one?

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