Of course, to nail the authenticity, Rockstar took inspiration from real-world locations across North America that often look so convincing that an Oregon-based News station recently included one of the game's screenshots by mistake in its 'Out & About' segment meant to show real-life imagery of the outdoors. … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2 screenshot gets mistaken for the real outdoors in news segment
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How to watch The Great British Bake Off season finale in the U. S. Unfortunately for fans of The Great British Bake Off in the US, you'll have to wait until Friday, November 27 to watch the season 11 finale of the show when it becomes available to stream on Netflix. If you're not yet a subscriber though, you'll have to sign up to do so but thankfully the service gives you a great deal of content to watch for the price with new movies and shows arriving every month. … [Read more...] about How to watch the season finale of The Great British Bake Off online from anywhere
Meowing at humans is partially a learned behavior. All cats meow as kittens to get their mom's attention when they're hurt, cold or when she accidentally sits on them. While house cats carry this behavior into adulthood, feral cats (domesticated cats without owners that live outdoors) mostly outgrow it. One study, published in the journal Behavioral Processes, found that feral cats were much more likely to growl or hiss than domesticated cats who had owners. When feral cats did meow, it was indiscriminate — at humans, dolls and dogs alike. House cats meowed much more often, and only at humans, suggesting that they develop meowing as a language specifically for their owners. In other words, your cat meows at you because early on, she learned that doing so got your attention. … [Read more...] about Why do cats meow?
Using a camera with a tripod makes things less formal; you're not looking at me sat at my desk looking up at a monitor. Instead, I'm relaxed, on the sofa, leaning back and far happier to take part in a Zoom coffee break or a hang out with friends where I'm much less likely to spill anything on a laptop keyboard. And if I want to appear as if I'm somewhere else, I can unfold the cheap greenscreen backdrop I bought from China and load a virtual backdrop (after all, the bookcase gets a bit boring after a while). … [Read more...] about Working from home: Making those Zoom calls and Microsoft Teams meetings a bit more comfortable
The presence of small teeth and egg capsules, but no sign of adult sharks, suggests the shallows of the lake served as a shark hatching ground at this time, Fischer said. By analyzing the chemical makeup of the teeth, he and his colleagues confirmed that the baby sharks did indeed hatch in freshwater. … [Read more...] about Ancient Eggs and Tiny Teeth Reveal Oldest Shark Nursery