Archive for September, 2018

The Great Wall of India [video]

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The Art of Canning the Sea [video]

A Short History of Search Engines

According to Engadget –

In the late ’90s, dozens of online search engines were vying for attention, offering cute mascots, clever branding and technically distinct solutions for navigating the World Wide Web. Google the search engine went live in September 1997, one year before Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google the company, and it quickly took hold.

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6 Things You May Not Know About Food Packaging

According to MentalFloss –

Paper packaging is the unsung hero of the supermarket—it plays a crucial role in keeping your food safe. From its origins to today, here are some facts worth knowing about the paper packaging that protects your food.

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Photographs Of The Week – 9/22/18

From The Guardian –

Super Typhoon Mangkhut, London fashion week, Hurricane Florence in the US and Theresa May isolated in Salzburg – the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists.

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One Man Was Decorated By Both Sides In WWII

According to wikipedia –

Juan Pujol García MBE (Catalan: Joan Pujol Garcia, 14 February 1912 – 10 October 1988) was a Spanish citizen who deliberately became a double agent against Nazi Germany during World War II. He relocated to England to carry out fictional spying activities for the Nazis, and was known by the British codename Garbo and the German codename Alaric Arabel.

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A Brief History of OK [video]


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