When you're this high up you want to look down.
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The size and thickness of the Antarctic ice sheet acts as a barometer for global health but figuring out exactly how much frozen water is sitting atop the southern pole is difficult. Satellite result
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Five years after it was formed, Blog Watch faces the challenge of going beyond cyberspace to reach out to offline citizens
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It seems like every messaging app these days, from iMessage to Facebook, insists on sending "read receipts" letting people know that you've seen their message. This can be annoying. Here's how to tur
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