Monthly Archives: September 2016

Elon Musk – the Case for Mars

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Describe Yourself in Three Fictional Characters

Had to try this – my favorites:

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GoPro is Literally Listening to Customers

I’ve still got my GoPro2, and despite the many times I’ve nearly crushed and/or drowned it, it’s still working. But this looks like a nice replacement The Hero5 now incorporates the best features of both of those cameras. It captures … Continue reading

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Pluto’s Heart May Be Beating

We Finally Know What Made the Huge Heart on Pluto “The half heart glacier lying inside is a really massive glacier, which is not impacted by the seasonal changes. It probably formed when the basin formed, and will remain there … Continue reading

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The history of Patagonia

(the clothing company, not the place) How Yvon Chouinard turned his eco-conscious, anti-corporate ideals into the credo of a successful clothing company. In 1957, frustrated by the expense and unremovability of European pitons, the spikes one pounds into the wall … Continue reading

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According to biographers, Lou Reed was a great artist, but he was kind of a jerk

Lou Reed, Untransformed That’s how Lou Reed’s career went. He was never happy; there was always something to attack. Humanity brought out the worst in him, and he returned the favor. His peremptory demands, imperious and selfish nature, abruptly withdrawn … Continue reading

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