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wilwheaton:

bonniegrrl:

The Ewok Adventure (TV 1984) IN FULL. You’re welcome & I’m sorry.

oh dear god why

szarabasjka:

ilovecharts:

A quick look at British and American spelling

American english is like real english but badly spelled…

szarabasjka:

ilovecharts:

A quick look at British and American spelling

American english is like real english but badly spelled…

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(Source: fuckyesravens, via techsgtjenn)

dancys:

@marvel Flattery will get you nowhere! Probably. Maybe. *looks the other way* 

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Music Performances - YouTube

These always make me in a better mood.

generalelectric:

Last week, we started a new series on women inventors and scientists, beginning by highlighting the work of robotics researcher Lynn DeRose at GE Global Research.
Today, our series is going back in time to spotlight the work of Barbara Askins, a NASA chemist who invented a new method to develop photographs. Her invention not only helped the space agency see more clearly, but was later applied to improve X-ray technology and the restoration of photographs.
Read More

generalelectric:

Last week, we started a new series on women inventors and scientists, beginning by highlighting the work of robotics researcher Lynn DeRose at GE Global Research.

Today, our series is going back in time to spotlight the work of Barbara Askins, a NASA chemist who invented a new method to develop photographs. Her invention not only helped the space agency see more clearly, but was later applied to improve X-ray technology and the restoration of photographs.

Read More

(Source: web.mit.edu, via humanoidhistory)

nyprarchives:

Former WNYC Engineer Al Tropea donated some wonderful artifacts to the archives yesterday. Chief among them, the Western Union Naval Observatory clock from the old Greenpoint transmitter site.
Listen to the 1938 ceremony when WNYC adopted Naval Observatory time here: http://bit.ly/1i31T8O

nyprarchives:

Former WNYC Engineer Al Tropea donated some wonderful artifacts to the archives yesterday. Chief among them, the Western Union Naval Observatory clock from the old Greenpoint transmitter site.

Listen to the 1938 ceremony when WNYC adopted Naval Observatory time here: http://bit.ly/1i31T8O

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wnyc:

Stephen Colbert ditched the character for his appearance on Letterman last night. And he proved he’ll do just fine without it.
http://wnyc.org/2C7Mv

wnyc:

Stephen Colbert ditched the character for his appearance on Letterman last night. And he proved he’ll do just fine without it.

http://wnyc.org/2C7Mv

thefrogman:

crassetination:

Air Force of the Future 04

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