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Describe Your Location Anywhere With ‘What3Words’

If you’re at a house or business, it’s easy enough to communicate where you are: just give an address or a google-able name. But if you’re trying to meet someone at their blanket on the beach, or telling a friend where in the woods you’re lost, that’s a harder problem. Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Find and Eat the Best Local Food in the World With TasteAtlas

I’m craving a big loaf of egg bread and I blame TasteAtlas. This slick food-hunting site identifies local foods and drinks from around the world, then shows you the best restaurants to order them from. So now I’m hungry for Georgian khachapuri, and Rocca Imperiale lemons, and Ipoh white coffee.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Find and Eat the Best Local Food in the World With TasteAtlas

I’m craving a big loaf of egg bread and I blame TasteAtlas. This slick food-hunting site identifies local foods and drinks from around the world, then shows you the best restaurants to order them from. So now I’m hungry for Georgian khachapuri, and Rocca Imperiale lemons, and Ipoh white coffee.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Use Google Maps To Check Public Transportation Status

Plenty of us rely on public transportation, but there are times when your local transit system is anything but reliable. Those of us who use it to commute are used to being packed into buses and subway cars, but sometimes there are just too many passengers and you can’t board—or worse, your bus zooms past […]

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How to See a Perfect Golden Gate Bridge Sunset

At sunset, the Golden Gate Bridge works like a sort of sundial—or a sun calendar. If you want to view the sun setting in the center of the bridge, in the crook of the main span between its two towers, you’ll have to stand in a different spot each evening. Over the year, you can […]

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Fortnite’s Map Is Annoying

After playing PUBG’s genuinely awesome new map earlier this week, I decided to embrace my battle royale fever and play some Fortnite as well. Relearning that game’s particular rhythm and playstyle has been fun but there’s one problem: I hate the in-game map.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Someone’s Making Maps Out Of Player Deaths In Dark Souls

2011’s Dark Souls still has thousands of players on PC every month. Some are playing for the first time, while others speedrun it like practiced masters. The soapstone messages and bloodstains they leave behind won’t last forever, though, which is why one data miner has started memorializing them in interesting…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Someone’s Making Maps Out Of Player Deaths In Dark Souls

2011’s Dark Souls still has thousands of players on PC every month. Some are playing for the first time, while others speedrun it like practiced masters. The soapstone messages and bloodstains they leave behind won’t last forever, though, which is why one data miner has started memorializing them in interesting…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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How to Boost Your Monday Mood with Dogs and Google

It’s Monday, and the cruel master that is Daylight Saving Time has stolen 60 of your precious minutes, meaning you’re probably not cranking out TPS reports at work as fast as usual. Since you’re already costing your employer billions of dollars, why not take a break and engage in some self-care with Google’s Pup View…Read […]

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Find LGBTQ-Friendly Cities With Destination Pride

You don’t want to live in a place that doesn’t respect you as a person. Destination Pride, built by PFLAG Canada and ad agency FCB/SIX, rates cities around the world based on the legal rights and protections they give to LGBTQ people. While it’s packaged as a vacation rater, it’s more useful when choosing where […]

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