Author: Nathan Corliss

So Intense: @ForestServiceNW Tweets a Timeline of the St Helens Eruption Commemorating the Eruption’s 38th Anniversary

The St Helens Eruption in Tweets The NW Branch of the US Forest Service Counts down the May 18th, 1980 Mt St Helens eruption via tweets: Countdown to Eruption: Skiers in view of Mount St Helens soon before eruption. #MtStHelens @GPNF — Forest Service NW (@ForestServiceNW) May 18, 2018 Countdown to eruption 7:00 AM:

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How To Send People Directly to a Business’s Ratings Page on Google (Even on Mobile Devices)

Are you a business owner or manager of a Google My Business (GMB) listing who wants to send people directly to your ratings page on Google? Here’s how: Step 1: Build a link to send folks directly to the GMB ratings page: Put the client “place ID” in this link:<place_id> Here’s where you go

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How to Smoke Chicken (or any other meat for that matter) on a Weber Gas Grill

Smoking meat like chicken gives it an awesome savory flavor, and it’s really easy to do. Though fancy smokers like Traegers are freaking awesome, you can smoke on just about any gas grill. In my case I’m using an old Weber gas grill that I refurbished a few years back. Here’s a video on how

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DIY Rear Rack Mounted Bike Fender for Less Than $5

I recently upgraded my bike’s rear rack to a Axiom Streamliner Road DLX rack. The rack is sweet, and a nice upgrade, but due to it’s low profile design, my fender didn’t fit under it. Rather than go out and buy a new fender, I decided to see if I could jury-rig a fender using

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Wüsthof Kitchen Knife Set – 10 Year Review

Wusthof 6' Chef's Knife, on butch block and cobb of corn.

Having a great knife set can transform your kitchen. It seems to make everything easier, and cooking more fun. I’ve had my Wüsthof kitchen knife set for just over 10 years, and I remain a huge fan. Here are my go-to blades, and some basics on my experience in care and upkeep. The very cool

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