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Geeky Talk's Weekly Hype

Hello! It’s the dreaded first day of the whole dreary week. It might be Monday, but it’s another week of HYPE in geek. So grab a coffee and read… 447 more words



Foamy waves, agitated by European storm Ruzica, swell around the Tévennec lighthouse in Brittany, France. Local lore complements this moody scene—the lighthouse is believed to be haunted. 49 more words



Knotted wrack seaweed adds a touch of gold to a beach on North Uist Island in the Outer Hebrides. Located off Scotland’s northwest coast, the Inner and Outer Hebrides are made up of over 500 islands and islets. 6 more words


Coming up: 'If Venice Dies'

My colleague from my days as a dictationist (1978-81) at the Washington bureau of the Associated Press, Michael Wise, who was a D.C. metro reporter there, is now a publisher, the co-founder, with Ross Ufberg, of… 200 more words


WATCH: Filming Glacial Calving with National Geographic (Behind The Scenes)

“You bring everything you think you need but there is always going to be things you can not control.” Extreme Weather Director Sean Casey

Patience and preparation is all you can have when trying to capture something as elusive as large scale glacial calving.  309 more words



Frost coats a windowpane with feathery patterns in Wisconsin. Window frost forms when a glass window is exposed to cold air outside and moist air inside. 6 more words