Book: See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng My Review: In "See You in the Cosmos", Alex Petroski goes to the Southwest High-Altitude Rocket Festival (SHARF) to launch his golden iPod into space. While he is there, he checks his email expecting a message from his friend Benji, but all that he sees is a notification from a website that automatically generates a family tree using government records. He signs into the website and finds out that there is a person with the same name and birthday as his long-dead father. After his failed rocket launch, Alex searches for his "maybe" dad. He thinks that his dad might actually be alive and that the person with the same name and birthday as is dad could be his dad. Alex meets many people along the way and uncovers many secrets. This story is very inspiring and I highly recommend that you read "See You In the Cosmos". My Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ 5
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WiFi hotspots are awesome. Free WiFi hotspots are even better. However, free WiFi is not available most of the time. Why is that so? You might think that free WiFi is completely free. It’s in the name. However, the people and organizations providing the free WiFi have to pay a lot of money while you pay nothing and enjoy your free wireless Internet connection. Many organizations providing WiFi hotspots will require users to pay. Money in, WiFi out. The organizations get money from their hotspots’ users. They use this money to maintain their hotspots... Watch video for full content.