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For the sweetest moment of prom.

"It seems as though slow dancing is fading away as slow love songs are becoming less popular. We hope that despite the radios and DJs not playing them, that people will still find a way to have this special moment together, because there are few things like the innocent romantic emotions that come from slowly swaying with a person you really care about, to a good, sweet song. As we grow up, slow dancing is one of those things that don’t happen much anymore. So don’t take it for granted… slow dance whenever and wherever, because there are fewer and fewer opportunities to (if at all) as time goes on."

Take It Slow, Wong Fu Productions

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The best things in life are free. The second best are very, very expensive.
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What do you get when 80 high school students #Code4Tomorrow?

Lots and lots of product. 80 high schoolers gathered at Microsoft’s NYC headquarters this past Saturday, and embarked on an intense, day-long adventure as part of NYC Generation Tech’s (GenTech) first NYC hackathon. 

Their challenge? To identify ways to make a positive change in the communities where they live and to think about solutions for large social problems related to health, education, employment, and seniors.

Congratulations to the winners:

1st Place: Flappy Words: Helps students learn SAT vocabulary words by integrating word definitions into the game Flappy Birds ($100 prize and year-long subscription to Squarespace

2nd Place: MonsterNote: A note-taking tool that allows students to add notes to educational YouTube videos as a study aid ($50 prize)

3rd Place: TechIt: a jobs platform to connect students to STEM internships and job opportunities ($25 prize)

Honorable Mention: Senior Chat, a video chat platform to connect students and families with seniors seeking good conversation

Read more about NYC GenTech’s first hackathon in our recap on the EDC blog. 

Until you get comfortable with being alone, you’ll never know if you’re choosing someone out of love or loneliness.
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