A Recap of TEDxBerkeley 2022 • We Weblog The World


Annually, I return with pleasure as a co-curator and producer of TEDxBerkeley, now in its twelfth yr. This yr, the theme was Kaleidoscope and the audio system talks replicate it in some distinctive method. Let’s check out a few of this yr’s audio system, all of whom introduced on the celebrated Zellerbach Corridor stage in Berkeley, California.

TEDxBerkeley workforce on stage…

Cole Cuchna: The Energy of Listening. Musicians know that the artwork of listening isn’t just listening to the noise that fills an area but in addition the vacancy or silence between the noise, or if within the case of an instrument, between the notes being performed. I realized this after I moved from piano to guitar, the latter of which I might by no means fairly grasp. I additionally realized this in dancing (what we do once we aren’t stepping to a beat) and qigong and tai chi masters perceive this as effectively. It comes right down to the artwork of listening. 

A passionate musician, Cole gave a chat on the facility of actually listening which permits magic to unfold, permitting us to consider the world otherwise. 

Cole Cuchna

His background: Cole studied classical composition on the College of Music at Sacramento State College, the place he graduated with honors and founding father of Dissect, a podcast that fused his teenage love for modern music with the educational evaluation abilities he realized in faculty. Every season analyzes the music, lyrics, and that means of a single album, with every episode devoted to a single tune. After two seasons publishing independently, Cole joined Spotify and since then, Dissect was named a prime podcast by numerous main media retailers.

Fyodor Urnov: Imagining CRISPR Cures.So what’s CRISPR, you ask? Consider it as a family of DNA sequences discovered within the genomes of prokaryotic organisms like archaea and micro organism for instance and it’s getting used as a “gene modifying instrument” to vary how illnesses may be cured by altering the DNA. Utilizing CRISPR-based genome and epigenome modifying, his speak was to get us all to rethink illness, particularly uncommon illnesses and the way new developments with CRISPR and past, may be applied to carry options to those that really feel there isn’t a hope or analysis/organizations listening to their illnesses and doable cures. Fyodor’s speak empowered us to decide to remedy for the small share of people that could have uncommon illnesses and consequently, have misplaced hope.

His background: He’s Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology on the UC Berkeley and Director at its Modern Genomics Institute, the place he leads the Middle for Translational Genomics and directs the Know-how & Translation division. As a pioneer within the discipline of therapeutic genome modifying, his analysis focuses on advancing genome modifying expertise and pushing the boundaries of how it may be utilized to resolve real-world biomedical issues. At Sangamo Therapeutics, Fyodor and his workforce, demonstrated the primary use of native gene modifying in human cells and coined the time period “genome modifying.” Fyodor then led collaborative groups to ascertain at-scale purposes of genome modifying for human somatic cell genetics and mannequin animal and crop reverse genetics.

Nina Davuluri: The Price of Magnificence from a Miss America. For those who’re a girl studying this and over the age of 40, you’ll resonate with a lot that Nina has to say in regards to the pressures placed on you as a girl rising up within the 1960’s via the 1980’s, from conventional promoting to direct pressures in tutorial and social life. Add coloration to being a girl throughout that point, and you realize Nina’s challenges, particularly when you’ve moved into the general public eye and in her case, a really public eye as Miss America. She tells her personal story on stage, sharing many uncooked and susceptible moments and the influence it had on her emotional well being.

As I seemed round, I noticed teary eyes within the viewers and felt my very own for once we can shed the pores and skin of how others want to understand us and even undertaking us to be, then we will stand in our purest type and permit our inner spirit to shine. Nina’s spirit shone brightly as she delivered the viewers such a profound reward on April 9. It actually was a robust and riveting speak that broke via the falsities and masks so many ladies have hid behind for a lot of their lives.

Her background: Nina is an acclaimed filmmaker, activist, actor, entrepreneur, and the primary South Asian to win Miss America. Her most up-to-date enterprise combines the community she has cultivated, her love for advocacy, and disrupting world magnificence requirements by producing her new documentary: COMPLEXion. Raised in a tradition delicate to pores and skin tones, Nina was hyper-aware of the pores and skin lightening business and the way it dramatically influences magnificence requirements, so she sought to redefine magnificence requirements by spearheading a marketing campaign in opposition to colorism. This led to her sitting on the L’oreal Variety & Inclusion Advisory Board. Nina has additionally labored with main expertise firms to additional their girls in STEM (Science, Know-how, Engineering, and Math) initiatives.

Nina Davuluri

Dr. Shamini Jain:We’re Wired to Heal Every Different: The Science of Interconnection. Her riveting speak challenges reductionist pondering by bringing the newest advancements in science, psychology and peer-reviewed analysis along with what they‘ve realized from her work on the Consciousness and Therapeutic Initiative (CHI), to point out simply how wired we’re, not simply to attach with one another however heal as effectively. Put one other method, we’re a lot extra highly effective than we expect we’re and have the capacity to heal ourselves and others each emotionally and bodily.

Personally, we’ve seen this primary hand in our personal work, however to have information to again up what the traditional sages throughout cultures have taught and subscribed to for hundreds of years, is a lesson for conventional drugs to do what it all the time ought to: problem, dig deeper for higher solutions and transfer past materialist views into world that deserves extra funding, help and credibility. 

Dr. Shamini Jain

Her background:  She serves humanity as a psychologist, scientist, and social entrepreneur. Shamini is the founder and CEO of the Consciousness and Therapeutic Initiative (CHI), a nonprofit collaborative accelerator that connects scientists, well being practitioners, educators, and artists to assist lead humanity to heal ourselves which is the subject of her greatest promoting bookay: Therapeutic Ourselves: Biofield Science and the Way forward for Well being. She additionally serves as adjunct college at UC San Diego, the place she is an lively member of the UC San Diego Middle for Integrative Drugs’s Analysis Committee.


Dr. Julia Schaletzky: Overcharged and Underserved – Blind Spots in Healthcare. This can be a private sizzling subject for me largely as a result of I’ve not solely skilled the atrocities as a affected person of the damaged healthcare system, however as a result of I additionally expertise the other — precise care with out worrying about going bankrupt for a easy process from residing in Europe.

Her speak was exactly on that juxtaposition, utilizing an instance of 1 affected person to underline the problem: a easy process for a leg an infection which a easy antibiotic might have fastened ended up leading to a medical invoice half her annual wage. She ended with options, asking us to not be complacent however lively members in not succumbing to the present established order.

Her background: Julia is as interdisciplinary biomedical scientist and entrepreneur who’s lively each the personal sector and academia, who’s involved in world public well being, well being fairness, and the governance of processes that find yourself influencing who will get care and who doesn’t. She is the Government Director of the Middle for Rising and Uncared for Ailments on the College of California, Berkeley, in addition to of the Drug Discovery Middle and Immunotherapy and Vaccine Analysis Initiative. She focuses on interdisciplinary approaches and public/personal partnership for the invention and growth of recent therapies and instruments, significantly for unmet medical wants. She has obtained NIH-funded grants to help underrepresented minorities and girls in STEM within the U.S. and runs a program in Uganda to construct native analysis capability.

Dr. Julia Schaletzky

Nyesha Arrington: Id, By means of the Lens of a Chef. After we consider meals, we regularly affiliate the visible memory of it and the style with a robust emotional expertise. Examples embody a singular dish you ate for the primary time abroad, the consolation you felt out of your mom’s do-it-yourself recipe or a platter you shared with pals at an essential anniversary or birthday.

Nyesha introduced all of it again to identification via a myriad of fascinating methods, using examples from her personal life, beginning along with her first expertise with meals as a baby: her Korean grandmother on one aspect and her American southern grandmother on the opposite aspect. Not each little one will get the chance to have such variety at such a younger age and these reminiscences formed how she considered the world, her personal identification and what she finally wove into her personal recipes as a well-known chef.

Her background: She is an award successful chef and culinary artistic with an infinite ardour for the way components and custom carry cultures collectively. She touts her earliest gig as sous chef to her Korean grandmother, as a robust and memorable method that she was in a position to observe her culinary arts at such an early age. Arrington has labored below Joël Robuchon at L’Atelier and The Mansion, was a fan favourite on Prime Chef Season 12 and went on to win Knife Struggle and Chef Hunter tv competitions. She is a steward of native produce, a meals waste warrior, was named a previous Zagat 30 below 30 honoree and above all, a culinary artist.

Coss Marte: The Energy of Untapped Expertise. For thus lengthy, humanity has stereotyped prisoners right into a class of undesirables, which places an ignorant blanket over everybody who stands behind bars. It hasn’t been established order for humanity to contemplate in any other case, by no means mind these in roles who might assist prisoners discover hope and switch their stay round.

Marte’s message is daring and robust as he has straight demonstrated from his personal private experiences. He asserts that there’s a lot untapped expertise that after nurtured, is usually a proud examples to others, each inside and out of doors the prison system.

Coss Marte

His background: He was ringleader of a multi-million greenback drug operation, a time during which he was additionally overweight and warned by his doctor that if he didn’t change his life-style, he was heading towards dying. Confronted with this grim prognosis, Coss began to get in form utilizing the instruments he had — hellos prison cell and his personal physique weight. Within six months, he misplaced 70 kilos and replicated his profitable formulation of physique weight workout routines with 20 different inmates. This led to the launch of CONBODY, a jail fashion bootcamp that gained over 70,000+ purchasers and has employed 50+ previously incarcerated people to show health courses. Coss is now co-founder of Second Probability Studios, a non-profit which trains and helps make use of previously incarcerated people to turn out to be consultants in audio engineering, video manufacturing, and podcasting.

Coss Marte

Brian Swimme: The Third Story of the Universe. This speak was about one thing Brian refers to because the Noosphere, which lots of you will have possible not heard of. I definitely hadn’t earlier than listening to his first run via throughout our TEDxBerkeley rehearsals. As Brian describes in his speak, “Opinions vary from the concept that the noosphere is just an interconnected community of computer systems all the way in which to the radical notion that the noosphere is an entity, a brand new type of world organism.” Amongst different examples, he makes use of the construction of the James Webb Area Telescope because the noosphere in motion as an unbiased entity.

Brian Swimme

His background: Brian is a Director of the nonprofit, Third Story at Human Vitality and a professor on the California Institute of Integral Studies (CIIS) in the Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness program, the place he often teaches and speaks on a wide range of matters associated to the universe, gravitational dynamics and past. His published work contains the favored YouTube video collection, The Story of the Noosphere, written with Monica DeRaspe-Bolles, The Universe is a Inexperienced Dragon, The Universe Story written with Thomas Berry, The Hidden Coronary heart of the Cosmos, and The Journey of the Universe written with Mary Evelyn Tucker. Swimme teamed with Tucker and David Kennard to provide “Journey of the Universe,” an Emmy-winning movie launched in 2011.

Alexandr Wang: Why AI Will By no means Substitute People. Drawing upon his background at MIT, which mixed each math and IT, his speak was centered on synthetic intelligence (AI) which aimed to handle a few of the fears that so many individuals have across the notion that AI will ultimately change people. From sci-fi movie scary situations to actual examples of robots replacing jobs once occupied by human beings, every of us has their very own threshold of accepting 0AI into our future lives. He cited examples of why he feels it’ll by no means be the case.

Alexandr Wang

His background: Alex is the founding father of Scale whereas at MIT, the place he studied mathematics and pc science, he found the potential of AI, which led to founding an organization dedicated to crconsuming long-term AI methods by offering highly effective AI information and instruments. He acknowledged that he might speed up firms’ talents to deploy AI by combining a machine learning-powered information labeling system with human perception to make sure fashions are skilled on high-quality, trusted datasets. The identical firm has grown to a $7 billion valuation, serving a whole bunch of purchasers throughout a number of industries.

Dr. Laura Esserman: WISDOM: Assuring Tomorrow is Higher than In the present day. Her speak struck an emotional chord for me. Why? As a result of like numerous girls, we’ve all been touched by breast most cancers and though it was nearer for me (my grandmother and mom), we‘ve all possible misplaced somebody to or been one step faraway from the influence of breast most cancers. Esserman asserts that now we have been utilizing outdated strategies for screening which not like different developments on the planet (from the iPhone and vehicles to journey reserving and past), merely hasn’t developed, therefore her title.

WISDOM stands for its true definition but in addition for a Knowledge Research, which checks a personalised method to breast most cancers screening in 100,000 girls, which she inspired girls to hitch. The research helps to maneuver the needle ahead to the present century, permitting us to really display screen in a method that’s distinctive to every girl, reasonably than dumping us into the identical buckets. She makes use of easy however profound examples throughout industries to exemplify her level, whereas asking us to assist transfer a brand new mind-set ahead. In different for change to occur, a PUSH must occur on each side, in any other case we will by no means be empowered to be lively members in our therapeutic course of.

Above, Dr. Laura Esserman

Her background: Laura is a physician and internationally-recognized visionary whose work is all about revolutionizing breast most cancers screening. She serves as Director of the UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Middle, the place her work is dedicated to creating new, more practical methods to look after and empower breast most cancers sufferers throughout remedy. She led the creation of the University of California Breast Well being Community, a studying system designed to combine scientific care and analysis because it follows 150,000 girls from screening via remedy and outcomes. Her breast most cancers work spans a spectrum from primary science to public coverage points and the influence of each on the supply of scientific care, empowering sufferers to turn out to be companions in their very own well being care.

Grace Gu: From Nature to AIs: Higher Supplies for Higher Lives. This speak woke me as much as something I don’t consider in my every day life and fairly frankly, until you’re in the sphere of fabric sciences, its unlikely in your radar both. Grace Gu is dedicated to constructing a greater, extra sustainable world via supplies discovery and manufacturing and makes use of AI and different improvements to do it.

Her speak began out with a easy bridge, utilizing it for instance of one thing that requires a critical consideration of “materials” for it must be sturdy sufficient to be secure sufficient to face up to hundreds of kilos over a few years. There are numerous different supplies we don’t take into consideration, resembling what goes right into a tooth filling or an implant. Grace pointed to nature as a method for us to study however then moved onto AI as a solution to advance the needle in highly effective methods, together with past our present realm of linear pondering.    

Her background: Grace serves as a professor ​​at UC Berkeley and leads the Gu Analysis Lab which goals to create supplies with customizable properties and functionalities throughout a large spectrum of purposes, together with light-weight aerospace buildings, resilient biomedical units, and versatile bioinspired actuators. Gu and her workforce attempt to facilitate a path for on-demand supplies fabrication on this ever-expanding world via smarter, extra sustainable, and accessible 3D-printing strategies pushed by synthetic intelligence. Gu obtained her PhD and MS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and BS in Mechanical Engineering from the College of Michigan. She has obtained numerous awards and was named one in all MIT Know-how Evaluation 35 Innovators below 35 within the class of Pioneer.

Above, Grace Gu

Ien Chi: Cease Attempting to Change Your self. Ien takes us on a journey of his life and touches upon psychological well being as effectively and his challenges of his life as an entrepreneur and by no means feeling as if he was sufficient. This goes again to the widespread phrase in some religious circles: self-love, it begins right here. After we are consistently attempting to vary ourselves to satisfy the wants of others round us — to belong, to be accepted, to really feel beloved — we’re in consistently turmoil as a result of not often from that place, are we within the current second.

After we are within the current second, we cease wanting on the world via “what if’s” or “if solely I used to be like this or may very well be like this” and we merely settle for life for what it’s, in all of its lovely and numerous valleys. From that place comes acceptance and self-love. There’s no have to exert effort on altering ourselves or altering others, for with it solely comes struggling.

Above, Ien Chi

His background: Ien is Chief Inventive of Mindset, a venture-backed wellness platform at DIVE Studios geared toward revealing the deeper humanity of celebrities via extra susceptible audio-based storytelling. He’s the previous Inventive Director of Jubilee, the place he led the workforce to make a few of YouTube‘s extra well-liked reveals resembling Center Floor, Spectrum, Odd Man Out, and Versus 1 – which have collectively garnered 1B+ views.

Zuriel Oduwole: Elevating Your Arms Excessive. As a younger entrepreneur and advocate, Zuriel just isn’t a newcomer to a stage since she has been asking powerful questions and talking to luminaries since a baby. Her voice has been an inspiration to hundreds of thousands of women, girls and households, world wide and Zuriel’s speak was easy, not complicated, which is likely one of the issues that made it so compelling. What number of of you bear in mind sitting in a classroom, a seminar, a lecture or perhaps a social setting, however have been afraid to voice your reality?

Maybe you didn’t have the arrogance to even ask a query, which is exactly what she asserts is important with the intention to transfer you from feeling insignificant to the actually highly effective particular person that you’re. Put one other method, all of us deserve a voice and we’re all sensible sufficient (and worthy sufficient) to warrant a spot on any stage, nonetheless massive or small. Merely elevating your hand excessive is pivotal to getting there, for it crosses us over an essential bridge: the one which stands between the invisibles and the visibles. What’s going to you select?

Above, Zuriel Oduwole

Her background: Zuriel is called the world’s youngest filmmaker, however much more recognized for her worldwide growth work and advocacy for ladies’ schooling in Africa. On the age of 10, she was listed amongst 33 girls who had modified the world by ELLE Journal. Oduwole has met with over 30 world leaders to handle International Social Growth and Training Challenges, has spoken in 19 international locations in regards to the energy of schooling and addressed COP23 delegates in Bonn, demonstrating the confluence between local weather change and schooling. When she just isn’t advocating for ladies’ schooling, she teaches a filmmaking class for unemployed younger girls, a program she has now delivered in Ghana, Ethiopia, Mexico, Côte D’Ivoire, and Namibia.


Poulomi Saha: Indian Spirituality on the Coronary heart of Early America. Not everybody could understand that Indian Spirituality is deeply rooted in American society and that is the place her speak took us: to the center of it. She factors to examples in American historical past together with the fascination in Indian spirituality by early presidents resembling Thomas Jefferson.

Above, Poulomi Saha

Her background: Poulomi is a professor at UC Berkeley and a scholar of postcolonial research, ethnic American literature, and significant idea, she has performed analysis that span eastward and ahead from the late nineteenth century decline of British colonial rule within the Indian Ocean via to the Pacific and the rise of American world energy and home race relations within the twentieth century. Her guide, Fascination: America’s “Hindu” Cults considers the attract and scandal of Indian spirituality in America. She writes and teaches about gender, sexuality, race, and empire.

Performers have been equally highly effective.  Let’s begin with the one who shook up the whole viewers and received everybody up dancing and singing along with his electrical character and vibrant vitality. Ace Patterson, also called Name Me Ace, is a Billboard-charting hip-hop artist, music tech skilled and inventive entrepreneur who challenges the established order. His music covers a myriad of sociocultural matters drawn from his personal life experiences, together with: the necessity for variety and fairness within the office, psychological well being struggles, the first-generation immigrant’s dilemma, the challenges of constructing generational wealth, persevering via intense adversity, and extra. I LOVED his efficiency as he took us all on a various rollercoaster from participatory experiences to unhappiness, anger, humility, wrestle and humor all in below fifteen minutes. Enuf mentioned: Wow is the end line.

Above and beneath: Name me Ace

Name Me Ace launched his debut album, Airplane Mode (2019), which debuted #3 on the iTunes Prime 40 US Hip-Hop Album and #50 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Album Gross sales charts. In June 2020, Ace launched Working From House: Prolonged and donated 100% of the proceeds (over $10,000) in the direction of combating the criminalization of Black and Brown communities within the USA. Bravo bravo!

We additionally had a compelling dance efficiency from the AFX Dance troupe which was based by Ping Quach, Geoffrey Chen, and Rosemary Hua to present dancers a possibility to find out about and take part in dance tradition and be a part of an ongoing group. Their title AFX displays their three pillars—Aspirations, Household, Expertise—and their philosophy of making a household surroundings for dancers to construct up the arrogance and help to succeed in new heights.

AFX Dance Firm

Ballet Folklorico Reflejos de Mexico, known as “Reflejos”, additionally graced us with their expertise. They’re a Mexican folklorico dance group that promotes cultural variety at UC Berkeley and within the higher San Francisco/Bay space. Their goal is to coach others about Mexican and Latino tradition via music, artwork, and dance.

Ballet Folklorico Reflejos de Mexico

The Fei Tian Dancers gave us a wholly completely different dance fashion. They’re the one and solely Chinese language dance workforce at UC Berkeley. As a Registered Scholar Group, they goal to carry extra consciousness of Chinese language classical and ethnic cultures to the larger group and of their artwork, they incorporate classical, ethnic and fashionable Chinese language dances into its repertoire via a mixture of authentic choreography and conventional works.

Fei Tian Dancers

[email protected] carried out 4 items for us as effectively. They’ve carried out fashionable works by composers within the Bay Space resembling Michael Nicholas, Daniel Leo, and Anica Galindo. I used to be amused to listen to Mama Mia, my first time listening to it by 4 cellists. I’ve to confess, I actually did need to rise up and dance and I sensed others round me who wished to do the identical.

Lastly, let’s not neglect voice. I‘ve all the time been a fan of a cappella and thrilled that every yr, we‘ve all the time had an a cappella group efficiency. This yr, the honors went to Drawn to Scale, an all gender a cappella group based at UC Berkeley.

Drawn to Scale

After all, this unimaginable occasion isn’t doable and not using a workforce and I used to be so proud to see how effectively our TEDxBerkeley pupil workforce did this yr. It was a monumental and built-in effort that makes our occasions shine yr after yr. Bear in mind too, that this was our first stay occasion since they pandemic restrictions have lifted. All I can say is bravo bravo bravo! Make certain to not miss subsequent yr’s occasion — we’ll be posting hyperlinks to the speaker’s talks as soon as the movies have been processed.

The Speaker Dinner

Under is a shot taken of our casual speaker dinner the place we introduced audio system with a token of our thanks, which included artistic portraits executed by artist Jeremy Sutton who is thought for his mixture of mixing conventional inventive strategies with the digital world. He’s additionally the writer of Fractal Design Painter Inventive Strategies and the Painter 4 Video Coaching Sequence.

Nina Davuluri receives items at speaker dinner

Sonali, Renee, Shamini, Jeremy on the speaker dinner

Nyesha Arrington on the speaker dinner with the curators and Jeremy

Dr. Laura Esserman and Jeremy Sutton

Behind the Scenes

Now, let’s take a look behind the scenes…

Cole Cuchna at rehearsal

TEDxBerkeley workforce members on stage

TEDxBerkeley workforce on the finish of the occasion (thanks’s and kudo’s)

Coss Marte at rehearsal

Sonali and Amisha, co-curators on stage

Nyesha Arrington will get microphoned up on rehearsal day behind stage

Dr. Shamini Jain and Julia Schaletzsky on rehearsal day within the inexperienced room

Training earlier than efficiency time within the inexperienced room…

Grace Wu and Sonali Loomba throughout rehearsal

Extra selfies within the inexperienced room

Speaker dinner: Sonali Loomba, Amisha Wadhwa, Renee Blodgett, Grace Wu, Jeremy Sutton (from L to R)

Shamini and Renee (some self portrait enjoyable)
Renee, Ace, Anthony exterior after the occasion…

Encouragement and observe earlier than efficiency…

2022 Co-Curators & Producers: Amisha Wadhwa, Renee Blodgett and Sonali Loomba (from L to R)


Renee Blodgett


Renee Blodgett is the founding father of We Weblog the World. The positioning combines the magic of an internet tradition and journey journal with a worldwide weblog community and has contributors from each continent on the planet. Having lived in 10 international locations and explored almost 80, she is an avid traveler, and a lover, observer and participant in cultural variety.

She can also be the CEO and founding father of Magic Sauce Media, a brand new media providers consultancy centered on viral advertising, social media, branding, occasions and PR. For over 20 years, she has helped firms from 12 international locations get traction out there. Identified for her world and natural method to product and company launches, Renee practices what she pitches and as an lively consumer of social media, she helps purchasers navigate digital waters from world wide. Renee has been running a blog for over 16 years and often writes on her private weblog Down the Avenue, Huffington Publish, BlogHer, We Weblog the World and different websites. She was ranked #12 Social Media Influencer by Forbes Journal and is listed as a brand new media influencer and recreation changer on varied websites and books on the brand new media revolution. In 2013, she was listed because the sixth most influential girl in social media by Forbes Journal on a Prime 20 Checklist.

Her ardour for artwork, storytelling and images led to the launch of Magic Sauce Pictures, which is a visible extension of her writing, the results of which has led to producing six photograph books: Galapagos Islands, London, South Africa, Rome, Urbanization and Ecuador.

Renee can also be the co-founder of Touring Geeks, an initiative that brings entrepreneurs, thought leaders, bloggers, creators, curators and influencers to different international locations to share and study from friends, governments, firms, and most of the people with the intention to educate, share, consider, and promote modern applied sciences.


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