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Jonah Bishop
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After all this time on Earth, we humans still find new stuff!
When researcher Katherine Krynak and her husband Tim spotted an unknown species of frog in a misty cloud forest in Ecuador, they did what any good scientists would do — they scooped it into a cup...
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Now that is cool!
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Clever Groundhog Day inspired idea.
Describing Luis Antonio's Twelve Minutes in traditional terms — "point-and-click," "adventure game," "top-down perspective" — may tell you about the kind of video game it is, but it does a poor job...
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Well, there goes another few hundred hours of my life... :-D
Terraria: Otherworld, the upcoming Re-Logic release set in the Terraria universe, will feature tower-defense style gameplay, the developer confirmed on the game's forums. According to the studio,...
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Crazy optical zoom.
It's not just the megapixel war that's raging in the world of digital cameras. One of the big competitions going on is the battle of powerful zoom lenses o
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Well, well. Look what a little competition will do! That said, I'm still jumping ship when Google Fiber comes to my neighborhood.
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More terrific, unique gameplay ideas!
Rae, a 10-year-old girl, walks towards what she thinks is a water fountain. She recognizes the sound from a fountain near her house. But Rae is blind, and as she gets closer she realizes that she's...
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This looks so great! I love that game designers are going outside the box.
Gone Home, a first-person exploration game that hit PCs back in 2013, was a breath of fresh air for gaming in that it demonstrated how to make an affecting game without ever needing a gun. F...
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I'm with Christine.
According to students at Liberty University who spoke to BuzzFeed News, the conservative Christian university chose to host Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign announcement during one of the school’s mandatory convocations held three times per we...
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How cool would it be to get photos of such secretive creatures? Nice shots!
Capturing clear and up-close photos of a mountain lion family is difficult for a photographer to do, and that's where remote cameras can come in and help.
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Apple has lost its mind.
Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels—the ones who can drop 10-grand on a timepiece.
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I think there are two reasons for the $10k price, both brilliant. 

1. It makes news. 
2. It makes the $500-1000 model seem reasonably priced. Without the $10k model the $1k would seem outrageous. With the $10k model, the $1k model is a bargain. 

They are all stupid and vulgar and I hope they fail miserably. But the marketing is, as usual, brilliant. 
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I have always wondered about people who do this.
GREENVILLE, SC—Scrutinizing the ashes of charcoal briquettes inside the weathered firebox, motorist Matt Palmeri reportedly deduced Thursday that people traveling southbound along Interstate 85 have apparently been using the rest stop’s barbec...
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I can't count the number of times this has happened to me.
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Test Tools Engineer
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  • Lenovo
    2014 - present
  • IBM
    Test Tools Engineer, 2005 - 2014
  • Underwriters Laboratories
  • Ericsson
  • UNC-CH Comp. Sci. Dept.
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Durham, NC
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Hillsborough, NC - Cary, NC - Apex, NC - Matawan, NJ - Atlantic Highlands, NJ - Carrboro, NC
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My fiancee and I visited here while in the Apex area due to the positive reviews. Happily, all those reviews are spot on! The food was outstanding (everything is made from scratch), and the service couldn't have been better. Our waiter was hilarious, as were several of the other staff members. This is definitely a restaurant that we will return to in the future. Check it out!
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reviewed a year ago
Firenze By Night is a fantastic little Italian restaurant in northern San Francisco. Though it was a hike from our hotel, the walk was definitely worth it. Our waiter was very friendly and the food was oh-so-delicious! The romantic ambiance really sealed the deal for us. If you're in the area and want delicious Italian food, this is the place to get it.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed a year ago
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My girlfriend and I recently stayed at this hotel for 4 nights, and we were pleasantly surprised at the quality of this hotel. The staff are incredibly helpful and friendly, and the hotel's location is in a very convenient part of the city. Our room was very clean, the beds were very comfortable (with decent pillows, which is a rarity), and water pressure in the shower was top notch. I would definitely stay at this location again, and it gets my highest recommendation.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
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