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Some interesting destinations - thinking of doing something different next year so this will probably help! Thanks
Need help planning your 2015 holiday or vacation? Take a look at our top 10 cities to visit for some ideas

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The BBC have announced plans to launch a theme park and holiday resort in 2020.

Attractions at this new £2bn, Kent-based theme park are planned to include the BBC's most popular shows, including Doctor Who, Sherlock and Top Gear.

Stephen Davies, director of live events at BBC Worldwide, said: “We’re always looking for opportunities to extend fans’ enjoyment of their favourite shows and the idea behind the resort is a really exciting way of celebrating the very special place the BBC has in British culture.”

David Testa, director of London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH), said: “We are delighted to bring the world’s leading public service broadcaster on board this project.

“The BBC has played an instrumental role in shaping the British entertainment industry for nearly a century, creating some of the most iconic and cherished characters on TV and radio.

“It seems only right therefore that its programmes will be present at the new London Paramount Entertainment Resort, which will combine the glamour of Hollywood with the best of British culture.”
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Looking for last minute hotel deals? At myhotelseek.com we'll search through thousands of hotel booking websites to find you the lowest rates. 

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Smart robot to help you play with your dog!... LOL! :o) #gadget #robotics #tech #funny
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Speed bump 1 - Drunk guy 0 GIF (day after) Tuesday

More booze-related stuff: 

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#gif   #gifoftheday   #gifs   #drunk  
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The Heartbleed Checklist: What Passwords to Change
To enlarge image: http://goo.gl/MfNWZ2

Heartbleed bug is a major security flaw in OpenSSL, and is one of the biggest threats ever to face the online community.

Conflicting reports have led to panic – nobody seems to know which social networking sites and other popular services have been affected.

To dispel the confusion, the iVPN folks have created a checklist that tells you which sites have been affected by the HeartBleed bug, and whether it's safe to change your password.

A key highlight from visual: (after the heartbleed news) It's highly recommended to change your passwords, especially if you are using Blogger, Google, Gmail. Yahoo, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube (Pinterest too).

Tip: You can check if any website is vulnerable of heartbleed bug with this tool: lastpass.com/heartbleed

Pin it: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/381539399654064182/

Source: https://www.ivpn.net/blog/heartbleed-passwords-change
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+Carly Wilden-Taylor. We should do this in the office!
Playing Super Mario Bros like a boss. #SuperMario

Edit: Here is the link to Fullscreen Mario HTML5 git repository: https://github.com/Diogenesthecynic/FullScreenMario
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Instagram's 20 coolest travel photographers you need to follow: http://x.esquire.co.uk/1lVMXfO
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