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The Supermoon over Cranberry Lake, New York, in the New York Adirondack Mountains on 11 July, 2014.
This has been a long hard winter in the northeastern United States, and I don’t think we’re done yet. Earlier this week New York and Philadelphia got several inches of snow topped by ice. More upstate in New York where I live, we only got light fluffy snow, but we…
Google Removes Two Chrome Extensions Amid Ad Uproar – Digits – WSJ “Internet message boards were abuzz this weekend over the two extensions — “Add to Feedly” and “Tweet This Page” — each of which had fewer than 100,000 users. In both cases, people described how the extensions were silently…
This photo was taken on October 30, 2013, on Cranberry Lake in the New York Adirondack mountains. Within a few hours it had all melted.