Ayeeeeeeeeee from r/RedDeadOnline According to the Reddit user whose daughter made the submission, it's not the first time this has happened, and it's unlikely going to be the last, especially considering how next-gen graphical improvements will further push the visual boundaries and complexities of game worlds. … [Read more...] about Red Dead Redemption 2 screenshot gets mistaken for the real outdoors in news segment
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If you're curious what your cat has to say, it's possible to encourage communication, Wright said. If humans respond with words and attention to their cats' chirps and meows, they can create a back-and-forth — almost like a conversation. "If you make your responses positive enough and predictive enough that she can listen to your vocalization, then she [the cat] can try and communicate with you," Wright said. … [Read more...] about Why do cats meow?
While the hardware design has changed considerably, with a new, larger body on the HDMI connector, it's still a neat fit behind the new TV, again using USB power. Microsoft has changed the user experience considerably, instead of a screen with connection instructions you now get Surface Hub-like wallpaper. If you're using it in a meeting room, it's going to be a much more relaxing view when you're not actually using the screen. … [Read more...] about Working from home: Making those Zoom calls and Microsoft Teams meetings a bit more comfortable
The new find, reported Thursday (Sept. 8) in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, consists of dozens of tiny teeth as well as fossilized fragments from the egg capsules of two different species of shark. To uncover these fragments, the scientists sifted through pounds of material as part of a larger project that seeks to outline the ancient ecosystem of the now-vanished lake. Teeth are usually the only fossilized remains of sharks, because the animals' cartilage skeletons do not fossilize well. To isolate shark baby teeth, researchers must dissolve away large amounts of rock, leaving the tiny fossilized triangles behind. … [Read more...] about Ancient Eggs and Tiny Teeth Reveal Oldest Shark Nursery