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Look At This Cat of the Day: Yoda The Midget Cat
While Grumpy Cat is busy with her coffee drink line and New York Times bestselling book, Caitlin Williams's tiny kitten Yoda is here to steal the Internet's heart. This “midget kitty” is a hybrid of the munchkin and American Curl breeds known as the Kinkalow and currently resides in Las Vegas. Check out this Vine to see Yoda in action!

thedailywhat:

Look At This Cat of the Day: Yoda The Midget Cat

While Grumpy Cat is busy with her coffee drink line and New York Times bestselling book, Caitlin Williams's tiny kitten Yoda is here to steal the Internet's heart. This “midget kitty” is a hybrid of the munchkin and American Curl breeds known as the Kinkalow and currently resides in Las Vegas. Check out this Vine to see Yoda in action!

Posted 8 months ago

Continuations: Movie Trailers and Startup Summaries

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I love going to the movies and I love science fiction. This summer is bringing a bumper crop of scifi movies (broadly defined). One of the fun aspects for me of going to see a movie is that I will get to see trailers for upcoming movies. Some people seem to dread this part as they just want to get…

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Imagine a world in which your clothes and accessories make you part of the Internet of Things, embedding you in a data-saturated, ever-connected environment.
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A beautiful death

When a star like our sun uses up all of the hydrogen in its core, it becomes what is called a “planetary nebula.” The star sheds its outer layers of gas, leaving behind a hot core.

This composite image of NGC 2392 includes data from NASA’s Chandra Space Telescope, showing the location of million-degree gas near the center of the planetary nebula in pink. Readings from the Hubble Space Telescope - colored red, green, and blue - show the intricate pattern of the outer layers of the star that have been ejected.

(Source: photoblog.nbcnews.com)

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Plans unveiled last night for a 53-story office tower on the west bank of the Chicago River. The 1.2 million-square-foot tower would feature a grand lobby with a ceiling that reaches more than 100 feet at its peak, a white-tablecloth restaurant and café and parking for 81 cars.