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WhatsApp’s Blog:

Today, we’re piloting a simple way to double check these messages by tapping a magnifying glass button in the chat. Providing a simple way to search messages that have been forwarded many times may help people find news results or other sources of information about content they have received.

I use WhatsApp on a daily basis, this feature is handy for filter all the junk I get.

When you actually think about it.

By the time you launch that new project 🚀 , there are no guarantees besides the possibility of making it. That where the magic lies of everything we set to do in life. No matter how big or small your project is the end goal is the same.

Keep trying until there are no more options, but as long you can make it realistically speaking, there is no need to give — instead, keep on hoping of a better outcome.

Blogging still dead

The fuzz around the Internet is that blogging is dead and I do believe that blogging is in this new era of social media.

So what is the plan? and why even having this blog in the first place? — Well the is an answer for that. Although, I’m well aware that blogging is not what it use to be, for me what matters is owning my own content without a 3rd party involvement.

Even if I write a bunch of crap! — Twitter, Instagram, and services like Medium don’t have shit to do with it. The content is on my domain, therefore my rules.

Having your platform nowadays is and super affordable, if you use services like Netlify and Github. You only will be investing less than $15 on your domain. This is not a rant about social media services, because they do serve their purposes as a whole, but this post is more about being content independent and keeping things simple in an era where blogging is reserved for the brave souls who take this task/hobby upon.

Starting a blog in 2020 may be a lost cause, but at least you’re the captain of your own ship whether it sinks or not.

The Verge:

a six-wheeled SUV-sized robot named Perseverance — successfully launched from Florida this morning, embarking on a nearly seven-month journey to the Red Planet. Once it reaches Mars, it will attempt a harrowing landing to the surface and start exploring the planet’s terrain, hoping to solve the biggest lingering mysteries about Mars’ past.

The primary focus of Perseverance’s mission is to find out if Mars ever hosted life some 3.8 billion years ago. The rover is equipped with multiple instruments to search for signs of ancient microbes that may be lurking in the rocks and dirt on Mars. But most important of all, Perseverance is decked out with a sophisticated drilling system, designed to dig up samples of the planet’s surface, package them, and leave them in strategic deposits on Mars.

Love this type of stuff.

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Pixelbly.com is back online, and no, this is not just another WordPress blog.