From the sci-fi-ish news of our health care and tech company worlds colliding, to magical frozen winter bubbles, to the dangers of setting New Year resolutions, and more for the first Snack Pack of 2019!
As tech companies move into health care, here’s what to watch in 2019. Definitely an interesting and important read.
Panoramic Photographs give an Otherworldly Perspective to the Architectural Symmetry of Churches, unlike my panoramics which turn my friends and family into two-headed monsters while distorting their surroundings.
Several Nintendo Switch games are discounted at GameStop and Target and the offers last till January 10th.
It’s the time of year again, where in some places it’s cold enough to make frozen bubbles aka Dramatic Ice Crystals Formed in Ephemeral Spheres. These bubbles and pictures are magical winter perfection.
Last year it got cold enough to make these where I live, and although I’m not a cold-weather girl, I do love these magical bubbles. Below are some pictures of the ones I made. If it’s cold where you live I highly recommend these.
I shall hence forth refer to my doorbell as the intruder alert. #DoctorWho
— James Cooper (@jpc101) January 1, 2019
onward and onward and onward. returning somewhere you once left is not the same as going back or going backward. always onward. always onward.
— jonny sun (@jonnysun) January 1, 2019
Onward into 2019.
— Year Progress (@year_progress) January 1, 2019
New Year. New loading bar.
The internet makes me feel very close to, and also very worried for, a large number of strangers
— elan gale (@theyearofelan) January 3, 2019
This scene is why I don’t set New Year’s resolutions to this day pic.twitter.com/r5QLwo3fY4
— Jim Halpert (@JimHalpert__) January 2, 2019
New Year resolutions can be dangerous.
🌃: please take a quick second to rest your eyes and look outside
— here's your reminder (@tinycarebot) January 2, 2019
Tiny Care Bot caring.
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