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Lake Eyre isn't really a lake. It's a salt pan in the Australian Outback. During the rainy season, it fills with shallow pools of water that reflect the sky above. Add in some mirrors and it becomes a dream-like wonderland 📸: Murray Fredericks
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Get some sleep.
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WIRED 2h
Need a new hobby?
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The current reality of life in the US has now reached a point where the country's best fictional allegory is a British comic strip about America's future a hundred-plus years from now. Who would have guessed.
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Some 96% of deepfakes circulating on the internet are pornographic.
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Give kids something cool to learn from.
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A cup of coffee and the cosmos have more in common than you think.
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While another nag is the last thing you need in your life, don't ignore this one.
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"A new generation of diners is just going straight to app-based delivery, instead of enjoying that palpable thing at a restaurant." Thanks to the pandemic, this is our new normal—will it last?
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It's possible to safely road-trip, as long as you avoid crowded places, take precautions, and prepare your own food.
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"In China, WeChat is about as powerful as Twitter, WhatsApp, and Facebook. It's also the birthplace of Chinese Trumpism." – Opinion from Rong Xiaoqing
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WIRED 9h
Meet the Spanish freediver who held his breath for over 24 minutes:
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Scientists have learned of nearly a dozen more Emperor Penguin colonies. Their survival over the next decade is endangered by global warming. (via )
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Trump went after TikTok and WeChat. Millions of Americans doing business in China may also play the price.
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How did Intel's highly classified source code, as well as some truly terrible training videos, end up online? (via )
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WIRED 11h
In 1988, the Soviet Union's first space shuttle—the Buran—blasted off from present-day Kazakhstan. It never went to space again. In 2018, French photographer Jonk snuck into a spaceport in Kazakhstan to capture these images of the abandoned USSR shuttles
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WIRED 12h
We all could use a little boost these days. Give one someone who is working from home a gift to help them out:
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WIRED 13h
AirDrop has come to Android, at last.
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WIRED 14h
To keep your phone from tracking you, you'll have to do more than turning off location services. Check out the NSA's recommended checklist.
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WIRED 15h
There's no such thing as the perfect phone, but the Google Pixel 4A comes very, very close. It's an upgrade in almost every way over its predecessor, and at $350 it's our new fave Android device.
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