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The Moon may not be that wet after all...

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Ubuntu 17.10 will have GNOME Shell indicator applet support by default. Hurrah for sanity! The results of the GNOME desktop user survey made it crystal clear that, alongside a visible desktop dock, Ubuntu uses want legacy system tray icons to sit in the…

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JAY-Z & Beyonce Buy $88 Million Bel-Air Mansion http://blbrd.cm/fhgA6k

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Here’s what to expect from and how to watch the Galaxy Note 8 launch event. #News #Samsung #SamsungGalaxyNote8

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George R.R. Martin Says He’s Too Busy Writing to Watch Game of Thrones http://vult.re/2g4Lvwt

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Are you a Bitcoin miner? Or maybe interest to learn more and create a mining project or two?

Check out +SeanHodgins' DIY Bitcoin Lottery device for a fun, easy step into the world of digital currency foraging.

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Is it any surprise that the one black guy who stumps for Trump is a complete lunatic with an extremely checked past?

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Android users, what's next for your device's security?

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Before you take on the task of stripping paint from your furniture, check this out! http://bit.ly/2g6bBeU

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August 20, 1967
First game at San Diego Stadium.
In the early 1960s, local sportswriter Jack Murphy, the brother of New York Mets broadcaster Bob Murphy, began to build up support for a multi-purpose stadium for San Diego. In November 1965, a $27 million bond was passed allowing construction to begin. When completed, the facility was named San Diego Stadium.
The Chargers (then a member of the American Football League) played the first game ever at the stadium on August 20, 1967.
Formerly the Los Angeles Chargers, owner Barron Hilton had been convinced by local sports writer Jack Murphy to move the team from the LA Coliseum to San Diego.
San Diego Stadium had a capacity of around 50,000; the three-tier grandstand was in the shape of a horseshoe, with the east end low (consisting of only one tier, partially topped by a large scoreboard). The Chargers were the main tenant of the stadium until the San Diego Padres major-league team started playing in the 1969 season.
In order to accommodate the dimensions of both football and baseball fields, the stadium was constructed with half of the lower (Field Level) level seating built of permanent concrete (in the southern quadrant of the stadium), and the other half of portable modular construction using aluminum or steel framing.
February 1, 2017: Chargers owner Dean Spanos terminated their lease with the City of San Diego and moved the team back to Los Angeles. The team was renamed once again as the Los Angeles Chargers.
#50yearsago #year1967

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2017 Social Media Image Size Cheat Sheet [infographic]
Social media platforms are always being updated, which means they’re frequently changing their profile and cover photo dimensions, layouts, and requirements for uploaded images. It can be tough to keep track of it all. We understand you’re busy; you can’t s...

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.@danawhite does not seem optimistic about Jon Jones' future
#UFC #MMA
http://bit.ly/2g6vVAN

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23 Outrageous Moments from Trump’s Rally in Phoenix http://nym.ag/2g3JvVu

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"I've said for a long time that working out and training and being on the practice field never feels like work to me. But (those summer jobs) definitely felt like work."

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The Irving blockbuster joins a pretty short list of major trades for the storied franchise.

http://nesn.com/2017/08/recapping-biggest-trades-in-celtics-history-after-kyrie-irving-megadeal/

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Samsung Spain Lists Gear Fit 2 Pro Alongside Its Specs

The Spanish division of Samsung Electronics prematurely listed the Gear Fit2 Pro wearable that the South Korean original equipment manufacturer (OEM) has yet to officially announce. The product appeared on the company’s website as the “Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro,” indicating that the firm may be moving away from stylizing the names of its fitness bands by joining words with numbers. The device is shown in red and black, though both variants feature a black body and seem to only differ by the colors of their bands, as can be seen in the gallery below. The listing reveals that the Gear Fit 2 Pro will ship with a 1.5-inch curved Super AMOLED panel with a resolution of 216 by 432 pixels capable of displaying 16 million colors and will be available in two sizes – S and L.

The devices are also listed as being compatible with Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, GLONASS, and the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz standards. The Gear Fit 2 Pro will feature 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal flash memory, Samsung Spain revealed, noting how only half of the wearable’s native storage will be available to users while the rest is understood to be reserved for system apps and core services of the Tizen operating system. The fitness band comes equipped with a barometer, accelerometer, gyroscope, and a heart rate monitor, in addition to packing a 200mAh battery that Samsung claims should provide users with three to four days of operation with regular use or up to five days with occasional usage. With GPS being enabled, the Gear Fit 2 Pro will be able to work up to nine hours on a single charge, the listing states.

The wearable is 51.3 x 25mm in size, though Samsung Spain’s page doesn’t reveal how thick it is and only discloses that it weighs 33g. The final detail revealed by the listing is the 5-ATM water resistance that all variants of the Gear Fit 2 Pro boast and while no information regarding the device’s pricing has been given, previous reports suggested that the wearable will retail for $199 in the United States and will presumably be somewhat more expensive in Europe. With the Gear Fit 2 Pro already being certified by the FCC and now appearing on Samsung Spain’s website, it seems likely that the Seoul-based company will officially announce it in the coming days, possibly at this year’s IFA 2017 which is scheduled to start on September 1.

#GearFit #GearFit2 #GearFit2Pro #Fit2Pro #Samsung #SmartBand #SmartWatch #IFA2017 #Unpacked

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Android Oreo is coming to HTC U11, HTC U Ultra and HTC 10 - Now that Google has made Oreos the favorite cookie among Android users, the big question is whether your Android phone is going to be a recipient of the new Android OS build. Even though you probably can figure out that the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge will receive Android 8.0, and ditto for the Moto Z Force, Moto Z and Moto Z Play, once you start talking about models released in 2015, you really don't know what to ...

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Symmetry

Macquarie Lighthouse, Sydney

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rain in the morning

#hqspflowers +HQSP Flowers
#btpflowerpro +BTP Flower Pro
+//flower colors//

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My eyes for Brixton lanes _
London August 2017 _

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An Iris in B&W

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Prop up the lion
Lion is the symbol of PML (Pakistan Muslim League), party of recently disqualified prime minister, Nawaz Sharif. The ex prime minister has been judged by supreme court of Pakistan as not truthful/trustworthy and hence unfit to rule the nation (constitutional ruling 62-63)

#pakistan #punjab #street
#streetphotography #blackandwhite #blackandwhitephotography #monochrome #monochromephotography 

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On a mission

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At age 23, Cuban-American Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is already one of the most well-known and accomplished physicists in the U.S.

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Well, the final leaks are here - what do you make of that S Pen design?

#android #news #samsung #galaxynote8 #smartphones

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Conor McGregor gets into two scuffles after Las Vegas arrival http://nyp.st/2g5wkDe

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This article discusses foods to improve heart health. Looks at basic rules of a heart healthy diet, including eating more fruits and vegetables. Lists 33 specific heart healthy foods that are actually good for your heart health.

http://www.hownutrition.info/33-heart-healthy-foods-prevent-heart-disease/

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What it’s like to fight Floyd Mayweather, by Ricky Hatton: http://www.boxingnewsonline.net/what-its-like-to-fight-floyd-mayweather/

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The Oncoming Dark

In the middle of totality of the eclipse, my eclipse-timer app on my phone audibly reminded me to look at the horizons. Only then did I fully take notice of all the colors that were surrounding me in an incredible way. The whole sky resembled the light about 45 minutes after the sun had set, including the mild colors on the horizon. This exposure is even letting in a lot of light... it really was quite dark.
There was also lightning occurring to my right I promptly stopped taking a movie with my wide lens to try and capture a bit of the sky with the sun/moon in it as well.

Taken on the docks of McClellanville, South Carolina, where I'd been waiting for hours just for these precious seconds :).

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We May Have Just Found The Hormone That Lets Gut Bacteria Talk to The Brain

From the article: "There's no shortage of evidence linking brain function to the composition of our gut bacteria... cortisol – often called the 'stress hormone' – could act as a messenger to chemicals in our heads. These chemicals – called brain metabolites or neurometabolites – are crucial for helping the brain to function and grow."

http://www.sciencealert.com/cortisol-could-be-how-gut-bacteria-communicates-with-the-brain

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Yes, neo-Nazis have rock bands, too. They’ve been around for decades.

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2017 Solar Eclipse as Seen from Space - MUST SEE

Here's what the 2017 solar eclipse looked like from space.

While many in the U.S. experienced a total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017, SDO's perspective, observing the Sun from Earth orbit, afforded it a view of a partial eclipse.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, shows the Sun first in visible light, and then in 171-angstrom extreme ultraviolet light. The apparent slight movement of the Sun is because SDO has a hard time keeping the Sun centered in its images during eclipses, with so much light being blocked by the Moon.
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)

Hinode XRT
The images and videos were taken on August 22, 2017 at 1:57 JST with the X-Ray Telescope (XRT) aboard Hinode during its flight above the Pacific Ocean (off the west coast of the US) at an altitude of 680km. The silhouette of the new moon was approaching from the south west (the lower right side of the image) and passing across the solar disk toward the north east (the upper left side of the image) against the solar corona seen in X-rays. It was a partial eclipse, the maximum magnitude of which was 0.714. Since the flight speed of Hinode was very fast (27,000 km per hour), the duration of the partial eclipse was only about 15 minutes.
Credit: Hinode XRT

Proba-2 caught a triple Partial Eclipse
ESA’s Sun-watching Proba-2 satellite captured partial eclipses from its viewpoint, 800 km above Earth. Proba-2 orbits Earth about 14.5 times per day, and thanks to the constant change in viewing angle, it can dip in and out of the Moon’s shadow several times during a solar eclipse.
Credit: ESA/Royal Observatory Belgium and helioviewer.org

From a million miles out in space, NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) captured 12 natural color images of the moon’s shadow crossing over North America on Aug. 21, 2017. EPIC is aboard NOAA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR), where it photographs the full sunlit side of Earth every day, giving it a unique view of total solar eclipses. EPIC normally takes about 20 to 22 images of Earth per day, so this animation appears to speed up the progression of the eclipse.
Credit: NASA EPIC Team

Music credit: YouTube Audio Library

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Conventional conservatism is making a comeback: One week does not a permanent shift make. But conventional conservatism, beaten down for so long by the Tea Party, Breitbart and Trump, is making a resurgence

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They've put out some gameplay for #Biomutant. Looks gorgeous, definitely gameable for RPG content.
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