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I've ditched coffee, white sugar, and creamers. I feel more alert than when I was drinking them.
Amazing how far technology has come!
Flickr's iOS app is also brand new
Finally, Flickr changed the word "Set" to "Albums"
it took me forever to figure that out. i was all "why can't i add a picture to a set anymore?!?!?!" >.> - holly #ravingfangirl
Dee Karpa Fashion Show at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (April 19, 2014) -
Dee Karpa Fashion Show at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (April 19, 2014)
1. District of Columbia - 11.39 crimes per 100,000 people - TheRichest -
1. District of Columbia - 11.39 crimes per 100,000 people - TheRichest
"D.C has been in the news many times for their general crime rate. For many years, it’s been considered one of the most dangerous cities in the United States, so it likely comes as no surprise that they’re number one on the list for having the most hate crimes as well. One thing should be noted however, and this could affect the ranking some: Several states still do not classify violence against LGBT people as a hate crime, while D.C does. This might explain the large jump in hate crime rates from Michigan – who don’t classify LGBT violence as a hate crime – to D.C, who do." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
in winnipeg, we have free shopping carts on the sidewalks. #winnipeg #gotofb -
Winnipegger Spotlight: Hit Me With Your Best 100,000 Shots | -
Winnipegger Spotlight: Hit Me With Your Best 100,000 Shots |
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"As a British expat, one question I often get asked is “Why Winnipeg?” I’ve been here for fourteen years now, and usually as a result of an accent (I try to convince myself it’s not a teeth-related assumption), people want to know how I ended up in the city, and why I’m still so happy to call it home all these years later. The vast prairie skies filled with breathtaking sunsets and endless stars, the quality of living, the friendliness, the spirit with which the people embrace the vibrant arts and culture scene, the festivals… I could go on, but this post isn’t about me. It’s about 2012 Tourism Winnipeg Photo Contest winner and fellow expat (from the Philippines), AJ Batac. He’s lived in Winnipeg for eight years now, and he’s undertaking a significant personal project devoted entirely to our city: 100K Winnipeg." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
Congrats! - Spidra Webster
Thanks!!! :) - AJ Batac
That's great, AJ! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Thanks WoH! - AJ Batac
Very nice! congrats! :) - ؛ patrick
was with nancy castiglione! i am starstruck! #winnipeg #gotofb -
Top 5 Retirement Destinations in Canada | Toronto Real Estate -
Top 5 Retirement Destinations in Canada | Toronto Real Estate
"The Pale Blue Dot" Did you know that in 1990, Carl Sagan requested NASA to turn Voyager 1 spaceprobe's camera around and to take a photograph of Earth. Voyager 1 was 6 billion kilometers away. The pale blue dot you see in this picture is Earth.
is this picture full resolution? - ؛ patrick
The image was composed of 640,000 individual pixels.[8] In the photograph, Earth lies in the center of one of the scattered light rays resulting from taking the image with a small angle between the Sun and the Earth.[1][19][20] Earth takes up less than a single pixel (only 0.12 pixel in size as referred to by NASA).[22][1][23][24] The radio signal which carried the image back to Earth, travelling at the speed of light, took nearly 5 hours and 30 minutes to reach Earth. - ؛ patrick
yes, I just searched for it. very interesting! - ؛ patrick
and mindblowing. - AJ Batac
It was actually quite a controversial decision. Re-orienting Voyager at that distance was incredibly risky. - Akiva
Yeah, they could've totally killed Voyager 1's camera, but they had already finished their primary mission 10 years prior, so I guess JPL/NASA figured "Why the hell not?" - Victor Ganata
The depth of the problem - The Washington Post - Information is beautiful -
"Both the Australian and Chinese navies have picked up beacon signals over the past three days, but time is running out and the challenge of location is immense. Retired Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, head of the Australian agency coordinating the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, acknowledged that the search area was essentially a best guess and noted that the time when the plane’s locator beacons would shut down was “getting pretty close,” the Associated Press reported." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
5-year-old finds security flaw in Xbox Live -
5-year-old finds security flaw in Xbox Live
"It’s not the Kristoffer’s first triumph. At a year old, he bypassed a cellphone toddler lock by holding down the “home” button." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
When you see a 14 year old kid successfully create a Nuclear Fusion Reactor, invents $100 security detectors for US homeland security that usually costs $100,000, you immediately realize that you've never achieve anything close to this even at your current age. It is an overwhelming feeling of reverence and regret at the same time.
yeah but can them mofos take pictures like AJ BATAC???? HUH??? #IThinkNot - MoTO Moca Blend
LOL - AJ Batac
Search is broken. Oh this is old news? Ok then... :(
30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself. #10 Is An Absolute Must. -
30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself. #10 Is An Absolute Must.
30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself. #10 Is An Absolute Must.
30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself. #10 Is An Absolute Must.
This. - Mike Nayyar
Please can anyone tell me what 'Team Frank' is all about? intrigued..cheers - Jason
Thanks, Bruce. I was having trouble with FF search in trying to find the thread! - LB: Ratchet Bear
Thank you, Bruce - Jason
Happy to help. - Bruce Lewis
This was the first thing I saw when I logged in :) - Ashish
This is gorgeous. The result of a tatted up cow:) - Liza + = ?
Mee toooooo! - Mary B: #TeamMonique
me Three, - Roberto Bonini
Me too! - Halil
FriendFeed forever! - Barbara R. S.
Yup. - Steven Perez
AFFirmative. - Kevin Johnson
Hooray! - Fleagle
Hear hear! - Franc, a rememberer
Oh. - sofarsoShawn
Right now, Mark Zuckerberg is sitting in a dark room, looking at monitors on the screen. A big red button marked "Kill Friendfeed" sits on the armchair to his right. As he giggles menacingly under his breath, his finger hovers ever-so-gently over the button... - Fleagle
pleather <3 - CarlC
yep! - ·❂·
++ Fleagle. "And suddenly, a question pops his head. How come, why not here on my own developed turf? He sips the last of his milk glass, raising the finger off the button, and decided to give them another day." -The book of SocNet, 12:10 - Zu from AOD
♥ ♥ ♥ - Ali Yolcu
Bu yazı fontu kim de var acaba. - Tesbih
Haha, always fun to stumble on an old post and see how you reacted at the time. #SomeFFLove - Zu from AOD
AJ BATAC Git burdan. O.O - Tarık
happy Pi day!
"What would drive you to pack a family of mannequins into your station wagon, and take them on a road trip? Enough pressure to conform will send anyone packing. That's how I came to this personal project about what is essentially...Spinsterhood, and the American Way." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
The Dramatic Moment When a Woman Pulled Over to Give Her Nephew CPR - ABC News -
The Dramatic Moment When a Woman Pulled Over to Give Her Nephew CPR - ABC News
"As her nephew started turning blue, Pamela Rauseo panicked. She didn’t want anything bad to happen to 5-month-old Sebastian de la Cruz, who was born premature and with respiratory issues. So Rauseo stopped her SUV along Miami’s Dolphin Expressway Thursday and screamed for help. She started giving the baby CPR." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
i love friendfeed
Friendfeed loves you. - Kevin Fox
Thanks Mr. Fox. ;) - AJ Batac
I like the font. - Outsanity from Android
<3 Very nice. - Jenny H.
I still do... - AJ Batac
Aww. :) - Micah
Bacteria Live At 33,000 Feet -
Bacteria Live At 33,000 Feet
"Earth's upper atmosphere—below freezing, nearly without oxygen, flooded by UV radiation—is no place to live. But last winter, scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology discovered that billions of bacteria actually thrive up there. Expecting only a smattering of microorganisms, the researchers flew six miles above Earth's surface in a NASA jet plane. There, they pumped outside air through a filter to collect particles. Back on the ground, they tallied the organisms, and the count was staggering: 20 percent of what they had assumed to be just dust or other particles was alive. Earth, it seems, is surrounded by a bubble of bacteria." - AJ Batac from Bookmarklet
I assume bacteria and viruses are everywhere, including deep within the earth … - Amit Patel
I'm glad they're wearing helmets.
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