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The Renogy Phoenix solar kit fits into a briefcase, charges your phone 30 times

The Renogy Phoenix solar kit fits into a briefcase, charges your phone 30 times Thanks to advances in solar panel and lithium-ion battery technology, portable solar generators have become efficient options for keeping our devices charged, even while traveling off the grid.Take the new Renogy Phoenix all-in-one solar kit for example.

D&D Rules Fuckery

2296: How many times must a man look up before he can really see the sky?The sky is approximately 30, 000 feet high (assuming the part we see is somewhere in the upper reaches of thetroposphere) and nearly six miles across.

Pewdiepie and the Media

Pewdiepie and the Media Justin's Wholesome Memes/Comics #22 20 hrs agoAkniveyt Leackir Vofulencu 02/15/2017Robot congratulates fellow robot 23 hrs agoIf Pokémon was made for the iPhone.21 hrs agoCalculated [For Honor Beta] 19 hrs agoWomen's March: A Day without Women 15 hrs agorobot talks about his valentine's day 23 hrs agoAustralian tames a number of beasts 23 hrs agoYoung Adult Red episode 7: Poké Ride 21 hrs agoslowly crawls towards to u 17 hrs agoNo Charges for Hijab Hate Hoax 23 hrs agoWhat We Going To Do On The Bed Tonight?

See photojournalism evolve across the front pages of the New York Times

See photojournalism evolve across the front pages of the New York Times When the New York Times first launched in 1851, photography was still in its infancy, with daguerreotypes the primary medium of the era — but as the camera evolved, so did the newspaper.Josh Begley, a self-described “data artist” and app developer, recently put every front page image from the New York Times into a one-minute video.