Facebook engineers originally wanted to call the "Like" button the "Awesome" button.
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Every year, tram drivers come from around Europe to compete in various challenges.
The outdoor street art museum returns with over 20 new murals painted by street artists from all over the world.
A no-brainer for a city where bikes outnumber people.
Bornean rock frogs use visual “foot flags” to ward off rivals in their noisy environment.
The study found that name mix-ups (calling one person by another’s name) usually occur within the same relationship category.
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