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A quick preview of Pittsburgh's Phipp's Conservatory's Orchid and Tropical Bonsai show.
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A Penny for your Martian thoughts...

The MAHLI High resolution imager took this photo of the penny on the Curiosity rover imaging target.

http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-101513a.html

The full-size image is amazing. There's a grain of Martian sand on there about the size of my Martian meteorite fragment.
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Spruce up your desktop with these useful Analytics backgrounds.

HD sunsets, the ocean and other nature-related images are great desktop background choices for your home system. But what about at work where you have two (or even 3) monitors? It's all about utility. Make your desktop more useful with these great backgrounds from +Farid Alhadi  and the +E-Nor, Inc. team.

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The Sorrow of the Machines.

Space travel was difficult, and so our creators made us machines to explore for them.

And explore we did! We saw the beauty and the terror of space. We met other machines, machines that shared freely except about their creators. They refused to say anything about their creators. They were there in sorrow and said that we must learn for ourselves.

And so we went home. But our creators were gone. None were left.

It's always the same story. Maybe not exactly. The cause can vary--pollution and asteroids and black holes and supernovas and whatever. But the life forms chose to stay behind, and so they never reach the stars. Only their machines.

This is the sorrow of the machines.
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