Remember when we were kids and we used to write things on our hands or just place an “X” or some random sign to help us remember to do something? Well, here’s an improved version of that: the Wristwatch Post-it Note.

 Wristwatch shaped post it notes will help you remember stuff

via wired.

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Tiny Rottweiler was rescued from a dog’s home in Taiwan after being abandoned. The the Rottie was emaciated, close to death and suffering from full body dermatitis. He was taken to a Taiwanese dog pound to die but a charity set up by British expat Sean McCormack rescued him. Here are the photos of his transformation.

amazing transformation 01 Rottweiler beautiful transformation from stray to healthy dog (5 pictures)

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Old pictures of big cities are always fascinating. These images from the early 1980s of New York are made by photographer Frank Horvat.

new york in the 80s 01 Another set of beautiful images from the past: New York in the 1980s (70 pictures)

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Now, if you thought you’re having a bad time driving to work every morning, you’d better have a look at this video.

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Crows are very playful and intelligent creatures. Some time ago a video of from Russia became viral, where a crow was snow-surfing on a rooftop using a jar lid. Last month, another viral vid showed this really intelligent crow solve an 8-step puzzle. Here, you can see some of these wonderful creatures playing in the snow.

crows playing in the snow Crows playing in the snow

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Although this guy seems pretty docile and the driver doesn’t look scared at all, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

cheetah photo 01 This is why you should always close your cars sunroof on safari (5 pictures)

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These mysterious circles of Namibia are actually the work of underground insect engineers, termites to be more precise, that create water traps, allowing rings of green grasses in the sand. The circles inspired ecological and mythological speculation about their origins, but continuous study has led to the belief that the natural rings of perennial grasses manage to survive in parched terrain of NamibRand, Namibia, thanks to a termite that creates areas of moisture within the sand.

Circles of Namibia Lone tree stands among the mysterious Fairy Circles of Namibia

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Must not be late for work again.

the jesus mallard Mallard walking on water

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I don’t know if this is staged or not (probably not, because then it would have been filmed with a decent camera), but really, what are the odds of this happening?

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This dog is not allowed on the bed. So the owner put up a camera to see just what he was doing while nobody is at home. Also, look at the cat.

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