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Friday, August 13, 2010

"If I were at work right now, I'd be paid to have these thoughts." With that thought, Zack Booth Simpson dropped out of high school — then started reading biology textbooks and designing video games. Now he's at a university — not as a student, but as a researcher, combining living organisms with computer programming. Produced by Lindsay Patterson.

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Michael Galli from Silicon Valley

Great story!

Sep. 02 2010 12:56 PM

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