This is actually rather cool.
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Check out Roll It, a browser-based game that runs on your computer and uses your phone as a controller.
I'm totally lost at the moment.
'Missing' Icelandic tourist goes in search of herself
A woman on a visit to Iceland has managed to add new twist to the concept of "self-discovery" after taking part in a major mountain search operation for a lost tourist before admitting to police that …
This doesn’t look like Iceland at all.
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Full Curiosity Descent in Enhanced 1080p
This is it. All the descent images have been downloaded from Curiosity and stitched together into this mind-bending HD video of the full descent. I could watch this all day.
Like an angel taking a piss.
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This amazing rainbow forms on a waterfall in Yosemite National Park, California when light reflects from a specific angle.
Didn't actually expect Icelandic to be supported in the near future. Great news #icelandic #android #googlevoice
Voice Search arrives in 13 new languages
“Norwegian restaurants in New York City.” I can type that phrase fast, but I can say it even faster—and when I'm on the go, speed is what I'm looking for. With Voice Search, you can speak into your ph…
This is probably the first sports article I have ever read. And I don't need to read another one.
Joe Posnanski at the Olympics – Meet Ólafur Stefánsson: The Coolest Guy at the Olympics
Meet Ólafur Stefánsson: The Coolest Guy at the Olympics. Joe Posnanski August 7, 2012. Ólafur Stefánsson. Ólafur Stefánsson (red) is one of the greatest handball players in Iceland's history. He also …
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I Dream of Canyonlands
Alone at Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Canon 5D Mark III, Nikon 14-24 lens, single image with minimal processing in Lightroom.
Snæfellsjökull (Icelandic for "snow-fells glacier" or "snow-mountains glacier") is a 700,000 year old stratovolcano with a glacier covering its summit in western Iceland.
The mountain is one of the most famous sites of Iceland, primarily due to the novel A Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864) by Jules Verne, in which the protagonists find the entrance to a passage leading to the center of the earth on Snæfellsjökull.
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#Mars meets #curiosity :-)))