Wed, August 22nd, 2018.
Fishing in New Hampshire was not just an ordinary trip today. Zach Fahey was out with his dad and another angler hoping to catch a few striped bass and caught something more grand. They managed to capture footage on video of a humpback whale breaching the surface. “I'm surprised I kept the camera still,” the 28-year-old Massachusetts man told the New Hampshire Union Leader. “It kind of scared the crap out of me at first,” Fahey told The Boston Globe. “Once I realized what I was looking at, it was really cool.” The whale’s head was nearly the size of his entire boat from the video. Seeing the video makes me want to go out fishing to see what I might find.
Wed, August 14th, 2018.
Firefox put out a new web browser that supports the newest internet security protocol. Last Friday, after years of making, The Internet Engineering Task Force has finally released its final version. This version has improved its security and increased its speed just a bit. What is so good about this is; Firefox is supporting the new standards right out of the box. TLS 1.2 had lots of sharing problems. It could get bogged down with so many bugs. It wasn't secured that much. But, TLS 1.3 is a different story. It's highly more SECURED for users.
Saturday, July 28th, 2018, PM.
Look around the richest homes in the world and you'll find shark tanks. Yes, I mean live sharks in your home is a possibility. Some people have a phobia over sharks. Like they can't even go swimming in the ocean. But if you don't and you are super rich, you can put a shark tank in your house. It will set you back at least $15,000 and costs up into the millions in some cases. They are really hard to maintain because the water. Sharks are finicky water swimmers. It's legal to own many different kinds of sharks. But, there is one you can't own, the Great White. Imagine if you had a great white and the glass broke on your tank. AAAHHHHH.