In Nana We Trust

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The Puffin Fairy Flock gave a fascinating Ted Talk on the new Speed Learn technology they acquired from The General over at the #Prisoner106 Village. With Speed Learn you can trust us that you will learn an entire three year course of material in just 3 minutes. This is the first use outside of the #prisoner106 Village aiding the #burgeron106 Bovine County Fairy Tale Festival attendees to take in the vast amount of fairy tale literature being presented at the festival.

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Thier Mission: Spread ideas

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In fact, everything they do — from their TED Talks videos to the projects sparked by the TED Prize, from the global TEDx community to the TED-Ed lesson series — is driven by this goal: How can we best spread great ideas?

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2 thoughts on “In Nana We Trust

  1. I think I must have missed the Puffin connection somewhere. How is it that Puffins have arrived at the Burgeron homestead and trailer park? And are they puffins, or penguins? Do puffins wear formal attire like the penguins do?

    It will be interesting to know if the attendees at the Bovine County Fairy Tale Festival enjoy (or remember enjoying) the various tales, or if they are simply capable of answering questions about them. I am not convinced that The General and the Professor’s technology was completely proven in The Village. You might want to keep a few bards and folksingers handy just in case you need some acts to stand-in if The General has a little meltdown.

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