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January 09, 2014

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miguel

I clicked the link and the error screen that popped up is as relevant as the wind map. A new koan for the digital age, perhaps?...

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David Ashton

What a cool gadget! Interesting view from the south pole. Smiling.

Cloudymind

Very cool. Thx

Fae

After reading this, I immediately thought about my prayer flags hanging in the air and smiled :)

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