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The Idea Seeker Digital Newspaper   April 17, 2008 - Issue #40  
Inside Scoop
Tips & Tricks
Scribe's Desk
New Jokes
Poll Results
About an Idea Seeker
Special Feature
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Team Pink Panda Bear Reporting for ISNN ON LOCATION this weekend!

Queen Keyara and the Idea Seeker News Network (ISNN) is please to announce that the four members of Team Pink Panda Bear will be joining the network this weekend as ISNN reporters in Washington, DC! As they go on their Idea Seeker Adventure in the United States Capital this weekend, Daisy Kurt, Lauren Pie, and Team Fans Fuji Dragon and Arielle Humble will be reporting on their activities on the Team Challenge Report. Do you have a question for our reporters? Ask them whatever you want about the trip by heading to the Team Challenge Report and clicking "Submit a Question!"

Visiting the National Zoo and geocaching

The Pink Panda Reporters will be visiting the National Zoo, where they will be learning about animals affected by Climate Change and participating in the Rock Creek/Potomac River Clean-up event this Saturday, April 19 (see the Special Feature for more on this exciting event!) After the River Clean-up, they'll be going geocaching in the zoo with their new GPS devices!

Statement from Queen Keyara

"As a Master Idea Seeker Scribe, I take the role of the news media very seriously," said Queen Keyara in a statement. "I'm excited that we have this opportunity to work with our friends from Planet Earth to share the things they learn on this trip with the people of Sarillion. As our cultural exchange continues, I am confident that both Sarillion and Earth can help each other learn to take better care of their words, and become more aware of and concerned with Climate Change on both planets." (Check out About an Idea Seeker for more with Queen Keyara!)

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New Video Booths in Scribe's Studio!

As part of this cultural exchange, Queen Keyara last week opened a set of video booths in the Scribe's Studio. These booths are currently showing a pair of cool videos about Earth's polar ice caps in an effort to help Sarillion learn about the effects of Climate Change on their own polar regions! Head to Tips & Tricks for more information on the Video Booths and how they'll be used during the On Location!





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