By @v2s2c
2 new sections added. "Brain Pill" & "Oh Wow"
July 07, 2022
Quote
The Awesome Quote of the day.

The big thing is to make a winning effort. I'm not obsessed with wins.
-Morgan Wootten

Idea
The Cool Idea of the day.

💡 A smart TV that senses when advertisements come on and automatically decreases the volume.

Life tip
Life tip of the day.

If you have a lot of free time at the moment, you can generate a little income on the side by doing online work like teaching english, transcription, microtasks or surveys. It's not a fortune but if you have time to spare anyway it's a good way to pay a few bills. (list of sites attached)

Oh Wow!
Amazing video of the day.
Cool Creator
Cool creator of the day.

Vishnu

@v2s2c

Startup of the Day
Top Startup of the day.
Horucco

A collaborative music theory and songwriting app

Book to Read
Book of the day.

The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter

Wikiy
Wikipedia article of the day.

Geraldine "Gerri" Santoro was an American woman who died because of an illegal abortion in 1964. A police photograph of her dead body, published in 1973, became a symbol of the abortion-rights movement.

Useful Website
Useful website from the world wide web.

– send an online fax for free – see more fax services.

faxzero.com

Advice
Advice of the day.

A long walk alone with some time to think, can work wonders.

Documentary Tube
Documentary of the day.

Secrets of China's Terracotta Warriors (2014) - The story of an ancient funeral complex housing over 9,000 soldiers made of baked clay, 130 chariots, and flowing rivers of mercury all for the ancient emperor of China Qin Shi Huang to protect him in the afterlife - [00:50:10]

Crypto
It's whats happening in crypto.
Bitcoin2.08%20473
Ethereum3.19%1173.38
Tether-0.09%1
USD Coin-0.18%1.001
BNB1.87%236.9
Bored?
Lets find you something to do.

Look at your finances and find one way to save money

Brain Pill
Learn something new everyday.

TIL at a 1915 auction, Cecil Chubb bought Stonehenge as a gift for his wife, but she hated it because she had sent him to buy a set of chairs. 3 years later, he gave it to his country on the conditions that the entrance fee would never cost more than a shilling and the locals could have free access.

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