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San Diego's Popular Selfie Spot;Balboa park

I’ve lived in San Diego for almost 8 years, and two days ago I finally made my way around to Balboa Park. Granted, I didn’t go alone, rather I forced my boyfriend to take me (it was a Saturday). 64 more words

Travel

Intel Shares Details on Upcoming 'Ice Lake' Chips to Follow Coffee Lake and Cannon Lake

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

As Intel prepares to unveil its 8th-generation Coffee Lake processors next week, the company has released basic information on an upcoming 10-nanometer “Ice Lake” chip, which will serve as the successor to the 14-nanometer Coffee Lake and 10-nanometer Cannon Lake chips. 688 more words

Technology

Say Hello to my Little Friend...

This week I wanted to take a break from writing posts about, well, writing, and share some pictures of my pet butterfly koi fish and his little buddies.   422 more words

Olivia Stocum

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I held my breath for thirteen days
Until the vacuum cracked my lungs;
Conveyed the pain in different ways,
I spoke in many foreign tongues. 76 more words

Poetry

Another Year Older...

Last year I went out and bought a python and this year, I just spent time with my family. That’s all I really wanted to do this year. 107 more words

Review: Bolero (1984)

I do not normally try to summarize movies on this site, but Bolero’s plot is so utterly bonkers that it demands explanation. So here it goes. 742 more words

Cinema

Cinco de Mayo

A cause for raucous celebrations throughout Mexico and to an even greater extent, the USA, the cinco de mayo or 5th May commemorates one of Mexico's greatest military achievements, notably the victory over the French at the Cerro de Guadaloupe overlooking Puebla in 1862. 270 more words