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If there is one thing I love, its non-traditional wedding venues.
The massive solar storm that caused a few airlines to reroute flights is finally starting to wind down , but it's still providing some eye-popping special effects, especially for areas close to the North Pole. So how does a photographer capture that?
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Owning your own place has it's high points, like being able to paint the walls whatever color you damn well please. But then there are low points, too; like that pesky thing called a mortgage payment—ouch!—and all of those tiny little leaks and cracks that need repairing, with no landlord around to fix it for you.
Hiding in New York No. 7 — Made in China, 2012.
While doing research for this article, we were amazed at the number of uses for baking soda. When one looks back in history, before we had such a huge array of different cleaning products, baking soda was one of the items most frequently used. It worked great, it was economical and best of all it was safe to use.
Posted by Site Administrator in Online Learning May 7th, 2009 Learning new skills and expanding your knowledge doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg.
Almost every major website—from the behemoths like Google to Facebook to the smallest ones you visit—is tracking your clicks to “serve” you a personalized experience of the Internet. If you’re fine with that, great! But if you’d rather keep your clicks to yourself, here’s how to prevent sites from chasing you around.