Ripken’s IronBirds Honor Harford Deputies Killed In Line of Duty

  • CBS Local: Baltimore Orioles
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  • January 1, 1970

BALTIMORE, Md. (WJZ) — The Aberdeen IronBirds, a farm team for the Baltimore Orioles organization, will honor two slain Harford County Sheriff’s deputies at the team’s home opener Wednesday night.The team is paying tribute to Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey and Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon,

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Google Remakes the Satellite Business, by Leaving It

  • The Atlantic: Technology
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  • July 17, 2002

Last week, Google pushed one of the most interesting sectors in Silicon Valley toward maturity—and brought a milestone in cartography closer to reality. It accomplished all that, paradoxically, by getting out of the market.From a business standpoint, here’s the news: Google sold its in-house

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Scientists Have Developed Shark Vision

  • The Atlantic
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  • January 1, 1970

A biofluorescent swell shark David Gruber David Gruber sees glowing life forms everywhere he looks. He’s found dozens of fluorescent corals in the Great Barrier Reef. In 2014, he reported on

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Tips for Processing Winter Landscapes in Lightroom

  • Digital Photography School
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  • January 1, 1970

I see a lot of winter. The interior of Alaska, where I live, gets a solid six months, often seven, of the white stuff. Essentially anytime from October to mid-April, we are likely to have snow on the ground. Unless I put the camera down for most of the year (which I don’t), I end up with a lot of

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This It Girl’s Bleached Curls Are the Cure for Beauty Boredom

  • Vogue: This Just In
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  • January 1, 1970

The 28,000-plus followers on Alexis Jae’s Instagram account most commonly remark on two things: her wholly original fashion sense and her headful of signature ringlets. “Sometimes I reconstruct an old thing that I’m tired of,” says the avid vintage shopper and aspiring

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Cultivating Wildness by Evelyn Hadden

  • Garden Rant
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  • April 16, 2005

A colorful patch of wildness in my garden, featuring echoing clumps of Geum ‘Totally Tangerine’, coarse foliage of Salvia transylvanica, bearded iris, low orange wallflowers (Erysimum ‘Coral Glow’), and pale foliage of Artemisia stelleriana ‘Silver Brocade’.I became a gardener in order

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Gym to Office in 10 Minutes Flat: 6 Tips For Freshening up on the Go

  • Popsugar: Fitness
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  • January 1, 1970

Squeezing in a morning or lunchtime workout before heading into the office? Heck yeah, you are! But even if you're fitting a quick workout into your schedule, a problem may still arise: you don't have time to shower before your next meeting. And while a shower is always the preferable option when

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Feature Article: Mesophotic Coral Reefs: Life in the Deep

  • Advanced Aquarist
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  • January 1, 1970

Click through to see the images. Recent scientific findings suggest that these so-called mesophotic reefs can act as refugia for many reef species, including fishes and corals, which may help repopulate shallow reefs after periods of environmental stress. This article will describe some of the

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‘Useless artifacts’: Why brands keep making emoji keyboards

  • Digiday Digital Marketing
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  • January 1, 1970

In recent months, more and more brands have been hoping that during a casual conversation with friends, people will forego hearts and smiley faces in favor of a Burger King chicken-fries emoji or maybe one of a curly-haired woman using Dove’s shampoo.Turns out, that might not really be how

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