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 "I never really understood that massive collaboration involving hundreds of people is what makes movies possible, and itMonkey standing on Elephant's also why I would agree that curiosity back to reach fruit from a tree - not a Teampedia activity. Yet a beloved folktale in Bhutan, β€œThe Four Harmonious Friends," is not the most important human trait; the urge a perfect inspiration for cooperation to collaborate isachieve common goals. Heck Bird plants a seed; Rabbit waters it; Monkey fertilizes it. Elephant protects the sprouting tree. . only we have Standing on top of each other, the ability to cooperate to make like online communities friends reach and space telescopes and imaginariums and movies. So share the great thrill of this whole experience [my novel being made into a movie] for me was . .. .seeing humanity do what ittree's best at, which ultimately is not competing but cooperating." - John Green, author of The Fault in Our Stars, to be released June 6 as a motion picturefruit. See Teampedia's collaboration activities [[:Category: Collaboration|Collaboration]]
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