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14 Ways To Make Journaling One Of The Best Things You Do In 2018 — Thought Catalog

@MagdalenaRikanovicThe list of successful and wise and brilliant people who made time to journal is almost unbelievable: Oscar Wilde, Susan Sontag, Marcus Aurelius, John Quincy Adams, Anne Frank, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Virginia Woolf, Henry David Thoreau, Joan Didion. And those are just the people we know about, who talked about it, who didn’t ask that…

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SpaceX successfully launches third Falcon 9 in under 2 weeks

SpaceX launched yet another Falcon 9 successfully today, for a mission from its LC-39A launch facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The launch is the third in under two weeks for SpaceX, since it completed successful missions on both June 23 and June 25. The Intelsat 35e mission today involved launching an orbital…

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With Microsoft’s Face Swap, search with Bing for your next morphing muse — TechCrunch

Face-swapping — taking your image and adjusting it to fit on to a different body, creature or object — has taken the photo app world by storm, as millions of people look for new and novel things to do with their selfies. Microsoft is the latest company to enter the fray. The company’s in-house app…

via With Microsoft’s Face Swap, search with Bing for your next morphing muse — TechCrunch

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Apple launches a new website for its expanded set of educational classes, now open for sign-ups

Last month, Apple announced its plans to offer an expanded set of educational sessions at its stores, which will now feature more in-depth training on how to use its devices and products, along with more community involvement ranging from having artists host talks on how they’re using Apple products to having customers venture outside for things like photo and…

via Apple launches a new website for its expanded set of educational classes, now open for sign-ups — TechCrunch

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Scientists are trying to save a 5,000-year-old lost city in Pakistan by leaving it buried

Around 1920, Rakhaldas Bandopadhyay, an officer at the Archaeological Survey of India, was identifying a stupa in what is now Sindh, Pakistan, when he stumbled upon a flint that dated much further back than the Buddhist shrine. Over the next 50 years, large scale excavations unveiled a 5,000-year-old city, complete with a street grid and…

via Scientists are trying to save a 5,000-year-old lost city in Pakistan by leaving it buried — Quartz