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At Lenovo we love passionate people fulfilling their dreams especially when it’s for a good cause. Paul Sharp from Two Hands Project is committed to ocean conservation and is actively involved in marine wildlife rescue. In 2010 he founded the Two Hands Project to address the growing problem of plastic pollution in our oceans. So what is Two Hands Project? The message is simple, take two hands and 30 minutes to clean up yOUR world anytime, anywhere and you will make a difference. Paul recently embarked on a world first expedition from Japan to Hawaii to survey the debris from the devastating Japanese Tsunami. He will also document the plastic pollution of the great North Pacific Gyre. With an onboard International Documentary team filming their findings and his trusty ThinkPad X220 powering his research, we follow this amazing expedition with regular updates from Paul.     Dispatch #1: Joining the 5 Gyres/Algalita Marine Research Foundation 2012 Japanese Tsunami Debris Expedition has meant acquiring some new gear as my 4 years old laptop just couldn’t cope anymore. Goodbye trusty friend. The learning curve in new software and gear is a small challenge that I have to get up to speed before we sail. Thanks to Lenovo and Adobe for supporting Two Hands Project with gear (ThinkPad X220) and imaging software.  “Your storage space will be...

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