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17 Jul 19
No Linear Path

Chobe National Park and Okavango Delta, Botswana – July 6-10 The day after our Victoria Falls visit we got up early, loaded up our tent and belongings to head to Botswana.  Our first night’s tent sleep was so-so.  Sleeping in a tent takes some getting used to and it is winter here so it was […]

17 Jul 19
V2 Systems

Just because an application comes from an “official” store, that doesn’t mean it’s safe. The Google Play Store has been in the news so many times now that their security policies have been called into question on multiple occasions.

17 Jul 19
Field Trips in the DC, MD, VA, WV, DE, and PA area

From the National Park Service: Founded in 1957 to protect the view from Mount Vernon across the Potomac River, the Accokeek Foundation, an educational nonprofit, became one of the nation’s first land trusts. Today, the Foundation stewards 200 hundred acres of Piscataway National Park in Accokeek, MD, where visitors can hike a network of trails […]

17 Jul 19
beyond cinderella

Yesterday Bill and I went to Mount Coolidge Lookout Tower. This tower serves as the Park’s fire lookout and information center. Visitors to Custer State Park are always welcome to go as far as the outside observation deck on the second floor level. However, if you are staff, or a volunteer at Custer State Park, […]

17 Jul 19
Imran's personal blog

Hi All, It’s time for more technical notes to help me remember how to do things when I need to do them again many years from now. KiCAD workflow: The basic workflow for KiCad is “schema –> PCB –> solder stencil” The “Schema” stage is putting the parts down and basic wiring in a graphical […]

17 Jul 19
News Directory

It 's another banner, for everything from an Eames-chair paean at the Kirkland to the exhibition of chastity regalia. Get out of the rounds; here are: EXPAND Brian Shields, "Summer," 2017, oil on canvas. Brian Shields Brian Shields, Myths, Lyrics and LandscapesJeff Baldus, Scholar RocksMichael Warren Contemporary, 760 Santa Fe DriveJuly 16 through August 24Opening […]

17 Jul 19
Robbie + Chase

Here’s some stories and photos from January (and even December) that I had written down as they happened at the time. I’m sharing this before I document the craziness that started after January 24th when the health department came to our apartment and everything changed. Here are some ups and downs from the very start […]

17 Jul 19
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17 Jul 19
LE`TOPIK

Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and insights about climate change. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. We recently told you about a study that looked at how may more trees could grow on Earth and how much carbon […]

17 Jul 19

Hello, again friends! We’re back today with some more 2019 D23 Expo information! ©Disney We have already shared that Lucasfilm will be making an appearance for the first time and that attendees will be able to see never before seen footage from films like Frozen 2. But now, we have even more news to share! […]

17 Jul 19
Jen Jaxon - Fitness - Nutrition - Mindset Coaching

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. Do you have a “good” mirror? You know the one. For some reason, when you look in that mirror, you always feel you look a little better than when you look in any other mirror. It could be the way its angled, or the light, […]

17 Jul 19
Charlotte L Tracey

Another old short story. I know I wrote this one in early college, it was part of a mail-in creative writing course I was doing. This one was roughly based off some of the stuff around the Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland border that was still up when I was a kid and a story one […]

17 Jul 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and insights about climate change. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. By Tik Root We recently told you about a study that looked at how may more trees could grow on Earth and […]