Physical vs. Digital Games: Should You Buy Physical Games?

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The enormous geodesic polyhedron, Spaceship Earth, at the center of Walt Disney World’s Epcot park, is clad in 11,324 silvered isosceles triangles. If a perfect polyhedron, it would have 11,520 isosceles triangles, but some are missing to make room for the massive legs and doors.

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The enormous geodesic polyhedron, Spaceship Earth, at the center of Walt Disney World’s Epcot park, is clad in 11,324 silvered isosceles triangles. If a perfect polyhedron, it would have 11,520 isosceles triangles, but some are missing to make room for the massive legs and doors.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Physical vs. Digital Games: Should You Buy Physical Games?

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Why Your Android Phone Isn’t Getting Updates, and What to Do About It

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5 Reasons to Upgrade to the 11th Gen Kindle Paperwhite

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The Jabra Evolve2 55┬áStereo Wireless Headset may not look like much, but even discerning audiophiles will be surprised by the sound staging and rich highs and lows that this product delivers. And when it comes to comfort, this is the only headset I would use for a long day of calls and meetings. Read More »

Here's Everything Coming to Netflix the Week of June 5, 2023

Netflix is bringing the variety this week with its drops. From documentaries to the final season of a beloved series, there’s more than enough to keep your streaming all week long. Read More »

The 8 Things You Didn't Know You Should Be Cleaning

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