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Crazy New Devices Lets You Talk, Text, And Even Use Maps With No Cell Service

Trying to communicate and coordinate with friends and family when you don’t have cell service can be a huge inconvenience – and it can even be dangerous in an emergency. 292 more words

Boy Genius Report

Friday's answers

Teletext gets my thanks for posing Thursday’s questions and can claim a virtual chocolate cream sponge by leaving the answers below should all of us have been stumped.


Thursday’s quiz

Everyone is invited to pose the questions.

Anyone who stumps us all will win a virtual chocolate cream sponge.


Travelogue 1

Just like my mind while travelling, this recording jumps from sight to insight, from notion to categorization. It is stream of experience, summarized.


A sprawling place, with stones instead of grass in the front yards, and larger than you’d think. 578 more words


Where to now for disgruntled Dogs?

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