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Ant Farmer's Almanac Donald and Melania recently left government service in the U.S. and are relocating to the cosmopolitan Russian capital of Moscow. Local friend Vlad will show them some options in their price range. Option 1: Urban SprawlAn apartment complex outside the city center VLADHere is first abode. Two rooms, half-bath in hallway. From roof with binoculors, you can almost see top of Kremlin.

Learning Tools: Science, Math, and Exploration (Age 5+) Get our best picks for movies, apps, TV shows, books, and more, customized for your kids. Get the App Get the App No thanks close(x) Don’t Miss Out ultra look ultra look Photo April 20, 2014 49 notes “Helga and Hildegard”, 2013 from the series “Once Upon A Time” by Julia Murakami stumbleupon The internet is a haven for so much more than most realise. Source: Supplied Google is jumping into the cloud-based file storage and syncing business, offering a service called Google Drive, by offering lower prices and different features. It works on multiple operating systems, browsers, and mobile devices. Featured Video More videos available at the News video hub

Water Drop Refractions by Markus Reugels Jul 11, 2012 The Sifter has already featured the amazing work of Markus Reugels, an incredibly talented German photographer that specializes in high-speed and macro photography. His 975-photo Flickr page is a constant source of wonder and inspiration, and I find myself checking in on his latest work often. Much of his photography centers around water drops and the brilliant splashes, reflections and shapes they create. In his series entitled Refractions, Markus takes high-speed photographs of water droplets as they fall in front of a background image. 28 Days Later Survival Guide for Newbies. 28 Days Later Survival Guide for Newbies. Congratulations! You have stumbled across the wonderful hobby of Urban Exploring and have found yourself standing at the gates of the biggest UK Exploring Forum wondering how to proceed. This is quite long but if you are serious about this and want to get on in the community then it is well worth the read. This guide will be split into two parts, the first part is a fairly simple list of do's and don't the second part will explain in a bit more detail. Part I

LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game (Age 6+) Playing LEAPFROG EXPLORER LEARNING GAME: DISNEY PHINEAS AND FERB is almost like watching an episode of the show of the same name, minus a few key characters. In it, the boys decide to build a water balloon launcher that they can drive around. At the same time, Dr. Doofenshmirtz has created a similar machine that shoots rotten food. Throughout the game, the boys are upgrading their machine and testing it out on some rogue robots. When they aren't looking, Agent P, aka Perry the Platypus, borrows the machine to battle Dr. Apartamento - an everyday life interiors magazine Featuring: Trix & Robert Haussmann, Omar Souleyman, Atsuki Kikuchi, Rose McGowan, Ken Done, Scott Ewalt, Sara Sachs & Frederik Jacobi, Scott Sternberg, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Chung Eun Mo, Aurélien Arbet & Jérémie Egry, Smiljan Radic, Piero Gandini, Jolanthe Kugler, Francesco Zanot, Genesis P-Orridge With Murray Moss’ collection of work by Enzo Mari and a comic by Andy Rementer and Margherita Urbani

10 Gmail Hacks to Help You Master Your Inbox Gmail has quite a few tricks up its sleeve. The popular email service, which will celebrate its 10th anniversary on April 1, can do more than just send messages. There are shortcuts, customizable options and quick hacks that all users can optimize, as long as they know how to find them. We've rounded up 10 tips and tricks you can use to become even more of a Gmail genius.

Stephen Wiltshire - Autistic Artist’s Win Autistic Artist’s Win After only 20 minutes of helicopter riding above New York City, autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire was able to draw the whole city and the skyline in pen, just from memory. All autistic persons has some of the extraordinary abilities, so why do we excommunicate them from the society, instead of trying to understand them and see the world with their eyes. In the eyes of Stephen, it looks great. Cool stuff on other blogs How the Spartans Would Fight COVID-19 – Steven Pressfield A (true) question from antiquity: Why do the Spartans punish with a fine a warrior who loses his helmet or breastplate in combat but punish with death the man who discards his shield? The true answer, from Plutarch: Because helmet and breastplate are worn to protect the individual alone but the shield is borne to protect the whole line.

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