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From the creative mind of Caldwell Tanner, illustrator of College Humor, writer of his own captivating and hilarious illustration blog, and graphic artist/comedian extraordinaire, now comes “The Internet League of Justice” illustration series! Imagine if the most popular online websites and social media networks were superheroes! What powers would they have? See Also REAL LIFE DISNEY PRINCESSES Who would their nemeses be? Thanks to Tanner’s amazing wit and humor, we don’t have to guess anymore! Source:

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Pretty Good Privacy Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a data encryption and decryption computer program that provides cryptographic privacy and authentication for data communication. PGP is often used for signing, encrypting, and decrypting texts, e-mails, files, directories, and whole disk partitions and to increase the security of e-mail communications. It was created by Phil Zimmermann in 1991 while working at PKWARE, Inc.[1]

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10 Facts About Vodka Again a second series of facts about vodka, But still its is necessary to consider that excessive drinking is not good for Health. January 31, 1865 Mendeleev defended his doctoral dissertation "On the connection of alcohol and water." Wrong are those who say that vodka does not spoil. Shelf life of vodka is for 12 months. 'Lost world' of new Antarctic species found - Technology & Science British scientists have discovered a "lost world" of new species of yeti crab, starfish, barnacles, sea anemones — and potentially an octopus — on the sea floor near Antarctica. Research teams led by the University of Oxford, University of Southampton and British Antarctic Survey reported their findings Tuesday in the journal PLoS Biology. They used a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) to explore the East Scotia Ridge deep beneath the Southern Ocean where hydrothermal vents (including "black smokers" reaching temperatures of up to 382 C) create a unique environment that lacks sunlight but is rich in certain chemicals. "Hydrothermal vents are home to animals found nowhere else on the planet that get their energy not from the sun but from breaking down chemicals such as hydrogen sulphide," said lead researcher Alex Rogers, a professor in zoology at Oxford University in England. Images from the ROV dives include large colonies of a new species of yeti crab clustered around vent chimneys.

Strange Buildings of the World This is the original list of 50 strange buildings which has been and is being copied (stolen) by many bloggers. If you wish to post it on your blog or website, feel free to use up to 20 buildings from this list and give a proper link to our website ( as the source article. Ok, now enjoy this weird, odd, bizarre and incredible looking arcitechture! After reading it, don’t forget to check Part II and Part III.

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