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A security robot fell into a water fountain at a D.C. office building. And the Internet went wild.
Numerous photos showed the robot on its side in the ankle-deep water as workers tried to figure out how to rescue it.Posted by Jean Marie Ward on 18 Jul 2017, 16:31
Jane Austen’s Most Widely Mocked Character is Also Her Most Subversive
Of all the delightful idiots filling the pages of our well-worn copies of Pride and Prejudice (hint: this is everyone except maybe Charlotte), one of the best is also one of the most overlooked—eve…Posted by Jean Marie Ward on 18 Jul 2017, 18:04
Daily Science Fiction!
Daily Science Fiction is an on-line magazine specializing in science fiction, fantasy, and everything in between. A new story is published every weekday and sent to subscribers via e-mail, and stories appear a week later on dailysciencefiction.com.Posted by Jean Marie Ward on 18 Jul 2017, 18:21
Can You Solve the Deadly 300-Year-Old Cryptogram of Pirate Olivier Lavasseur?
It it said to be one of the biggest buried treasures in the world. Valued at over one billion dollars, it’s no mystery why so many people have risked their lives to try and find it. Born in the late 17th century, the pirate Olivier Lavasseur, also known as La Buse (The Buzzard) or La Bouche […]Posted by Jean Marie Ward on 18 Jul 2017, 23:11