Little Leela reading already

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There Are Definitely at Least 14,003 Plant Species in the Amazon Rain Forest – Atlas Obscura

Including 6,727 different kinds of tree.

Source: There Are Definitely at Least 14,003 Plant Species in the Amazon Rain Forest – Atlas Obscura

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The Transcendental Ritual of Mongolian Camel Coaxing May Soon Be Lost Forever – Atlas Obscura

Khuus, khuus, khuus.

Source: The Transcendental Ritual of Mongolian Camel Coaxing May Soon Be Lost Forever – Atlas Obscura

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How to turn your Windows 10 PC into a wireless hotspot | Windows Central

Very helpful article for making a quick hotspot for your device that’s too far from your wifi router. Remember though it will disable every time you restart…

Source: How to turn your Windows 10 PC into a wireless hotspot | Windows Central

 

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Changing Shared Folders’ Path – Windows PowerShell tips from the field

Changing Shared Folders’ Path

Source: Changing Shared Folders’ Path – Windows PowerShell tips from the field

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Scooter Suitcase

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How to Enable Night Light on Windows 10

Great feature in Windows 10 in case you missed it…

Source: How to Enable Night Light on Windows 10

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Why Do We Sleep Under Blankets, Even on the Hottest Nights? – Atlas Obscura

There’s great comfort in being covered.

Source: Why Do We Sleep Under Blankets, Even on the Hottest Nights? – Atlas Obscura

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Lonar Lake – Buldhana, India – Atlas Obscura

Supposedly, compasses fail to work near some parts of the crater because of its unique geologic makeup.

Source: Lonar Lake – Buldhana, India – Atlas Obscura

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This is what an Alberta thunderstorm looks like from 40,000 feet – Edmonton – CBC News

Matt Melnyk has photographed thunderstorms from every angle, including 40,000 feet in the air. The WestJet pilot is an avid photographer and an amateur storm chaser with the group AlbertaWX.

Source: This is what an Alberta thunderstorm looks like from 40,000 feet – Edmonton – CBC News

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