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Fishing cat

This fishing cat is part of this blog: Faces in Blijdorp
https://anjawessels.photography/faces-in-blijdorp/

CAMERA: Canon EOS 80D
LENS Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro

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#photography #animal #zoo #cat #blijdorp #kitten #FishingCat
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Five Google Analytics 360 Features to Use Right After Turning It On
#measure #analytics

"First off, congratulations! Now that you have GA 360 you’ll be able to supercharge your analytics and take advantage of a host of features and benefits that GA 360 Offers. In this blog post we’ll walk you through a list of five features you should try out once you’ve activated your subscription."
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Sunset

Zaimokuza beach is the most beautiful sunset view.

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I'll Be the Moon
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Picnic.
Not bad for a handheld shot with a 5 year old ball of mayhem on my shoulders and pushing a 1.5 year old bundle of havoc :)
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Why can't we provide work as well as a sustainable and timely architecture?
At this point does the average Joe feel pride that NASA is spending $60B and about two decades of development to replicate apollo 8 more than 50 years later? Does the average Joe really accept the premise that the anemic pace of NASA is efficient when they see SpaceX and blue origin and others building resuseable rockets for much cheaper? Grand acts of a Nation are doing things not talking about doing things for 20 years.

"As far as I'm concerned, SLS and Orion are doing their jobs of providing work for NASA centers and contractors and giving the US a sense of national pride to have a major goal to work toward," Forczyk said. "They are not meant to be quick, cost efficient, or sustainable. They are symbolic grand acts of a grand nation."
https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/02/nasa-nears-50-billion-for-deep-space-plans-yet-human-flights-still-distant/
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If you take good care of your lungs, they can last a lifetime. The lungs are very durable if they’re not attacked from the outside. Here are 12 things you can do to keep your lungs healthy as you age.

https://medmd.org/12-ways-keep-lungs-strong-healthy/
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New Features Possibly Coming to #Google Search Console | Search Engine Journal:

#SEO #SEM #DigitalMarketing #SearchConsole
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Researchers Create New Map of Brain's Immune System

The scientists succeeded in demonstrating for the first time ever that the phagocytes in the brain, the so-called microglia, all have the same core signature but adopt in different ways depending on their function. It was previously assumed that these are different types of microglia.

The research is in Nature. (full access paywall)

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The 6 Jars of #MachineLearning - a fun way to think about the different stages of creating an #ML system. Worth 5 mins of your time. #Data #Task #Model #Loss #Learning #Evaluation
https://blog.usejournal.com/6-jars-a-unique-way-of-looking-at-machine-learning-fdedf67151c9
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Watch the historic first private mission to the Moon launch Thursday night https://tcrn.ch/2DSlid0
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According to Asheley Landrum, assistant professor of science communication at Texas Tech University, all but one of 30 Flat Earthers interviewed at a recent event said they hadn't considered Earth to be flat until they watched videos promoting the theory on YouTube.
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One of the beautiful things about the full moon is that the days before and after are almost as stunning — so if you needed a little reminder to go enjoy yesterday's full moon, it's not too late.

https://thetechinside.com/awesome-full-moon-picture-from-space/
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Apple launched its payment service in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, with Visa customers in the Kingdom now able to buy almost anything with their iPhones https://goo.gl/PqDvW4
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You'll need version 3.03 of YouTube Music if you want Android Auto support.
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"Long before Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and even MySpace, early Mississippian Mound cultures in America's southern Appalachian Mountains shared artistic trends and technologies across regional networks that functioned in similar ways as modern social media, suggests new research from Washington University in St. Louis.

"Just as we have our own networks of 'friends' and 'followers' on platforms like Facebook and Twitter, societies that existed in North America between 1,200 and 350 years ago had their own information sharing networks," said Jacob Lulewicz, lecturer of archaeology in the Department of Anthropology in Arts & Sciences.

"Our study found a way to reconstruct these indigenous communication networks," he said. "Our analysis shows how these networks laid the groundwork for Native American political systems that began developing as far back as 600 A.D."

Published Feb. 18 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the study utilizes sophisticated social network analysis to map social and political connections that helped unite friends and families in dozens of Native American villages well before the arrival of European explorers.

The findings are based on a messaging archive that is preserved not in bytes, but in bits of pottery sherds—fragments—unearthed over many years in archaeology digs at dozens of Mississippian culture sites scattered across southern Appalachia.

Focusing on subtle evolving changes in the technologies used to temper and strengthen pottery and the cultural symbols used to decorate them, the study provides a detailed chronological map of how new pottery techniques signified connections between these communities".

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YouTube revises Community Guidelines strikes system - no more 90 day bans on live streaming!

Your channel will get a warning the first time it violates the Community Guidelines. After that one warning (ever):

* The first strike results in a 7-day suspension from uploading any content to YouTube, including live streaming

* The second strike within 90 days results in a 14-day suspension from uploading any content, including live streaming

* The third strike within 90 days results in channel termination.

Community Guidelines strikes expire after 90 days. And you can appeal if you think your content didn't actually violate policy.

Learn more:
https://www.peggyktc.com/2019/02/youtube-revises-community-guidelines.html
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There Are More Similarities Than Differences

Businesses across the world are now facing very similar challenges for very similar reasons.
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A new CRISPR/Cas9 therapy can suppress aging - LA JOLLA—(February 18, 2019) Aging is a leading risk factor for a number of debilitating conditions, including heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer's disease, to name a few. This makes the need for anti-aging therapies all the more urgent. Now, Salk Institute researchers have developed a new gene therapy to help decelerate the aging process.

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Tide this over, as we have both Oceanic and Land tides (comments)- where the desert sky is not deserted:

C+ coriastrophe.blogspot.com reappears
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