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- Which browser do you use? I think the latest bookmarks usually settle at the bottom. But any three would do.
Chrome. And yes, they do settle at the bottom of the folder but I have different folders and just recently moved some bookmarks, so it's kind of hard for me to know which ones were the most recent.
- Looks like you are very much into geography! Super interesting!
Hah, thank you! :) I'm actually more into history but those two kind of go hand in hand.
I don't know if those are the three most recent because I have no idea how to look that up but they're quite recent:
MAPfrappe allows you to compare the outlines of different countries/cities/regions by projecting them onto Google Maps. You can even create your own outlines. Very useful to get a feeling of how a big certain region really is.
Resemble.js basically like diff but for images. Lets you compare two images.
Geacron an interactive map of how the world looked (politically) in a given year. Really useful!
I'm still reading The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared in Swedish! It's my first book in Swedish, so I never read more than about 10 pages per day but it's quite an entertaining read and I really notice how much I progress in Swedish.
Last week I finished American Gods (though I haven't read the additional novella at the end yet) which was quite a nice read too.
I've also put The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making on my phone so I have something to read when I have nothing better to do and just my phone with me. I'm only three chapters in but liking it so far!
Yup, now it works. Thank you! :)
No, the problem still persists.
I tried Google Chrome 45.0.2454.15 beta (64-bit) and Safari 7.1.7 both on Mac OS X 10.9.5 and Chrome Mobile 42.0.2311.111 on Android 4.0.3. I even tried accessing Hubski with a VPN.
Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I haven't used my account in years? Maybe my profile is still in an old/incompatible format?
Nope, I tried refreshing, logging out and in again, a different browser - nothing changes. I even looked at the source code. There really is nothing else there, so it's not a CSS bug, for example.