A Precocious Black Hole

In July 2015, researchers announced the discovery of a black hole that grew much more quickly than its host galaxy. The discovery calls into question previous assumptions on development of galaxies. The black hole was discovered using the Hubble Space Telescope, and detected in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, by ESA’s XMM-Newton and NASA’s Chandra. via NASA http://ift.tt/1jnIyTy

Hubble Captures a Galactic Waltz

This curious galaxy — only known by the seemingly random jumble of letters and numbers 2MASX J16270254+4328340 — has been captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope dancing the crazed dance of a galactic merger. The galaxy has merged with another galaxy leaving a fine mist, made of millions of stars, spewing from it in long trails. via NASA http://ift.tt/1P8Z0p1

Historic Formation Flight of NASA’s WB-57s Over Houston

NASA’s three WB-57s fly over foggy downtown Houston, Texas during their historic formation flight over the area on Nov. 19, 2015. This photo flight was the first time that all three WB-57s have been aloft simultaneously since the early 1970s, when the U.S. Air Force had an operational squadron of WB-57s. via NASA http://ift.tt/1ji4Q97
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Maddux Pizza: New York Style Pizza

Eat Your Seoul Out

Place: Maddux Pizza
Type of Food: Pizza
Pictured: Spinach and artichoke, Margherita, Chorizo, and Sicilian
Area: Gyeongridan/Noksapyeong
Price: 5,400-6,700 per slice
Address:
2F, 26 Itaewon-ro, 26 Gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul.

Seoul Feels: 4.5/5
Perfect place to get your fix of New York Style Pizza. Although not the cheapest slices around, Maddux slices are pretty hefty in size (well, in Korean standards) and well worth the price if you’re really craving some good old-fashioned American pizza. We decided to try four different slices: Spinach and Artichoke, Margherita, Chorizo, and Sicilian.

Spinach and Artichoke
If you order a combination of different slices to try, I recommend eating this one first. I made the mistake of eating it last and couldn’t finish it because of how heavy it was. Also, it probably tastes a lot better straight out of the oven. Since I had waited to eat it last, it had cooled by then and…

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Jammie’s pizzeria

Dil Se Foodie

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I was craving for Jammie’s Pizza so, finally i visited yesterday. Interior was really good i really like it So, First i ordered Fresh lime soda it was good soo refreshing and i must say it was different from others u must order this drink and then i ordered from Appetisers – Fritto mistro, prawns and local fish all fried served with tartare sauce it was like pakore but tooo oily please avoid this not worth it. Then i order from Pizza’s i ordered basil Pollo chicken, tomato, basil, buffalo mozzarella cheese and olives it was too big but i am sorry to say its an average pizza or i can say below average no spices “Fikka Pizza” disappointed my total bill was 1181 Rs but it was authentic italian food my be not for me or any punjabi guy who like to have spicy food or tangy, after having…

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Mushroom Pizza

Pizza & Other Bread

DSC_0455It’s been one full year since I started documenting our Friday night pizzas on this blog. In that time I’ve attempted some strange pizzas, and some relatively basic ones. We’ve explored deep dish pizza, took a dive into cracker crust, explored best practices in baking at home, and refined our pizza dough recipe. But in all that pizza baking activity there has been one thing regularly present at our house that I have, until now, held back from the blog : Mushroom pizza.

Hands down, all-mushroom (or really, mushroom & garlic) is the absolute favorite for pizza topping in this house. It’s the first pie we ordered on the day we moved to Missoula, it’s the pizza I bake for friends and family when they visit us, and it’s one that I bake when enlisted to make pizza while visiting others. It’s what we make for Friday…

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Mastering the Podcast Interview: Telling Great Stories Through Voice

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Did Adnan Syed do it?

That’s what millions of Serial podcast listeners were asking themselves last year. I was addicted to Serial, tuning in each week for the next piece to the puzzle. Full admission: it’s not my only podcast vice. Podcasts are the soundtrack for most of my morning. I fit alongside the 39 million Americans who have listened to a podcast in the last month.

Perhaps you’ve been looking at using a podcast to reach a new demographic or experiment with a new content format. At WordPress.com, we provide all of the necessary tools to help you launch a professional podcast onto iTunes. The only hangup: figuring out what to say! Here are some tips from podcasting experts on how to craft a memorable story with your voice instead of your keyboard.

Find the format that works for you

Many podcasts have guests in one form or another, either as the…

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