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  • While You Were Offline: One Trump Press Conference to Rule Them All February 19, 2017
    A whole week's worth of news happened, but a 77-minute Trump press conference is all Twitter could talk about. The post While You Were Offline: One Trump Press Conference to Rule Them All appeared first on WIRED. […]
  • Old-Guard Archivists Keep Federal Data Safer Than You Think February 19, 2017
    Long before Trump, open government and open data evangelists had been preserving all kinds of data collected and stored by the government. The post Old-Guard Archivists Keep Federal Data Safer Than You Think appeared first on WIRED. […]
  • Smart City Tech Would Make Military Bases Safer February 19, 2017
    Opinion: A retired Naval commander explains how sensors and data analysis could make military bases safer and more efficient. The post Smart City Tech Would Make Military Bases Safer appeared first on WIRED. […]
  • Review: BeatsX Wireless Headphones February 19, 2017
    Apple's $150 wireless earbuds are as comfy as your mama's couch, but the sound could be better. The post Review: BeatsX Wireless Headphones appeared first on WIRED. […]

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  • Smart Thinking: Electric Company Uses Flamethrowing Octocopter To Burn Trash Off Power Lines February 17, 2017
    These are a few shots from Xiangyang, China where an electric power maintenance company is using a flamethrowing octocopter to burn plastic bags and other debris that have gotten caught on power lines too dangerous/out of reach for a person to retrieve. Now that's just some solid problem solving if I've ever heard of it. Plus, you know, who doesn […]
  • Damn Mother Nature, You're Crazy: The Wonk-Eyed Strawberry Squid February 17, 2017
    This is a video from The Monterey Bay Aquarium And Research Institute of Histioteuthis heteropsis (aka the strawberry squid, or cock-eyed squid). It looks like a strawberry and has one small eye and one big green googly eye to help it spot prey. I actually feel a real connection to it because my left eye doesn't open as far as my right one, and my frien […]
  • Baklava Wearing A Balaclava Playing A Balalaika On Black Lava February 17, 2017
    Because this train was bound to reach the end of the internet eventually, here's a picture Photoshopped together by Matt Haughey of a piece of baklava in a balaclava playing a balalaika on black lava. Just knowing it exists fills my heart with a profound sense of sadness. But also, hope. But only for an asteroid strike. Thanks to Simone, for pointing ou […]
  • Dungeon Master, A Dungeons & Dragons Inspired Tabletop Gaming LEGO Set February 17, 2017
    In other LEGO news, this is the conceptual 3,000-piece Dungeon Master (no actual affiliation with Dungeons & Dragons) set created by LEGO Ideas user Ymarilego. It has already gathered enough support (10,000 votes) to be considered for production by LEGO. The set, which can be built into countless different layouts, is perfect for tabletop gaming. Admitte […]

Jesus Walks

February 26, 2014
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My friend Tracy said that she had read that Jesus is still alive and travelling between the 12 dimensions. She said that she has been sending him mental messages to come to her. If Jesus came to me would I know him? He has probably re-branded himself by now. Modern hair cut and lost...

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Petit Point Willow Shoe

April 24, 2013
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Petit Point Willow Shoe

This is just finished – a 11 x 11 inch frame with petit point blue and white willow pattern design decorated shoe. The tiny plate was found on Ebay and I have attached it to the canvas and frame. Share on Facebook

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75 Bus Bristol

February 28, 2013
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75 Bus Bristol

Well, I wrote this for a novel I’ve been working on, but it has been murdered as part of  ’killing my darlings’. So – I thought I would put it here as part of today’s blog as I like it too much to loose...

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Twitter me!

February 27, 2013
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Twitter me!

Rosemary Dun, who mentored me at novel writing, impressed on me at our last session in January that if I expected to be taken seriously as an author I must...

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A Stitch in Time

February 8, 2013
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A Stitch in Time

This tapestry took me approximately nine years to make. It is made up of nine panels which I have then joined and over sown to produce one seamless canvas....

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Jo Ullah News

February 4, 2013
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Jo Ullah News

Jo Ullah News, an English internet on-line newspaper/magazine has just been launched in England UK focusing on bringing news about me, Jo Ullah, and all things I do from painting,...

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