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Best, Park, and Buds: Best buds Otto and Ellie at the park
Best, Park, and Buds: Best buds Otto and Ellie at the park

Best buds Otto and Ellie at the park

Adobe, Cats, and Complex: Adobe Flash will be shut down in 2020 Now you can play a 10-year old version of Minecraft in your browser The land time for-block. Matthew Wilson July 26. 2017 Featured Tech News General Tech The time has come to say goodbye to Flash, Adobe has finally admitted This week, the company announced that the long-running software will finally go into retirement as of 2020, at which point updates will no longer be released and web browsers will drop support entirely. Cats? Pandas? Notch? Minecraft is a very different game novw to the one which launched back in 2009. It's a more complex, customisable beast-and sometimes l yearn for the simplicity of its earlier days Tom Phillips While Adobe Flash was widely used for many years, many services have begun replacing it. For instance, many popular video streaming services, like YouTube, have long since made the jump to HTML5. On top of that, recently web browsers have begun switching off Flash support by default, simply due to the amount of security bugs the software has been afflicted with. With that in mind, Adobe will finally be pulling the plug on Flash in three years time, giving any remaining websites a chance to switch from Flash before it becomes completely defunct. News Editor GtomphillipsEG Well, today you can tickle your nostalgia buds and fire up Minecraft as it used to be, via your browser. Just head to classic minecraft.net and you can play straightaway It's basic. Very basic. But if you want to place some blocks and remember all the good times before Notch went weird, this is for you. This is Minecraft as it once was, just a handful of resources and the most basic of biomes to tinker with.Smells like memories A SOUL FORA SOUL MC Is back
Adobe, Cats, and Complex: Adobe Flash will be shut down in 2020
 Now you can play a 10-year old version
 of Minecraft in your browser
 The land time for-block.
 Matthew Wilson
 July 26. 2017 Featured Tech News General Tech
 The time has come to say goodbye to Flash, Adobe has finally admitted This week, the company announced that
 the long-running software will finally go into retirement as of 2020, at which point updates will no longer be
 released and web browsers will drop support entirely.
 Cats? Pandas? Notch? Minecraft is a very different game novw
 to the one which launched back in 2009. It's a more
 complex, customisable beast-and sometimes l yearn for the
 simplicity of its earlier days
 Tom Phillips
 While Adobe Flash was widely used for many years, many services have begun replacing it. For instance, many
 popular video streaming services, like YouTube, have long since made the jump to HTML5. On top of that, recently
 web browsers have begun switching off Flash support by default, simply due to the amount of security bugs the
 software has been afflicted with. With that in mind, Adobe will finally be pulling the plug on Flash in three years
 time, giving any remaining websites a chance to switch from Flash before it becomes completely defunct.
 News Editor
 GtomphillipsEG
 Well, today you can tickle your nostalgia buds and fire up Minecraft as it used to be, via your
 browser. Just head to classic minecraft.net and you can play straightaway
 It's basic. Very basic. But if you want to place some blocks and
 remember all the good times before Notch went weird, this is for
 you. This is Minecraft as it once was, just a handful of resources
 and the most basic of biomes to tinker with.Smells like
 memories
 A SOUL FORA SOUL
MC Is back

MC Is back

Adobe, Cats, and Complex: Adobe Flash will be shut down in 2020 Now you can play a 10-year old version of Minecraft in your browser The land time for-block. Matthew Wilson July 26. 2017 Featured Tech News General Tech The time has come to say goodbye to Flash, Adobe has finally admitted This week, the company announced that the long-running software will finally go into retirement as of 2020, at which point updates will no longer be released and web browsers will drop support entirely. Cats? Pandas? Notch? Minecraft is a very different game novw to the one which launched back in 2009. It's a more complex, customisable beast-and sometimes l yearn for the simplicity of its earlier days Tom Phillips While Adobe Flash was widely used for many years, many services have begun replacing it. For instance, many popular video streaming services, like YouTube, have long since made the jump to HTML5. On top of that, recently web browsers have begun switching off Flash support by default, simply due to the amount of security bugs the software has been afflicted with. With that in mind, Adobe will finally be pulling the plug on Flash in three years time, giving any remaining websites a chance to switch from Flash before it becomes completely defunct. News Editor GtomphillipsEG Well, today you can tickle your nostalgia buds and fire up Minecraft as it used to be, via your browser. Just head to classic minecraft.net and you can play straightaway It's basic. Very basic. But if you want to place some blocks and remember all the good times before Notch went weird, this is for you. This is Minecraft as it once was, just a handful of resources and the most basic of biomes to tinker with.Smells like memories A SOUL FORA SOUL Minecraft Revival 2019
Adobe, Cats, and Complex: Adobe Flash will be shut down in 2020
 Now you can play a 10-year old version
 of Minecraft in your browser
 The land time for-block.
 Matthew Wilson
 July 26. 2017 Featured Tech News General Tech
 The time has come to say goodbye to Flash, Adobe has finally admitted This week, the company announced that
 the long-running software will finally go into retirement as of 2020, at which point updates will no longer be
 released and web browsers will drop support entirely.
 Cats? Pandas? Notch? Minecraft is a very different game novw
 to the one which launched back in 2009. It's a more
 complex, customisable beast-and sometimes l yearn for the
 simplicity of its earlier days
 Tom Phillips
 While Adobe Flash was widely used for many years, many services have begun replacing it. For instance, many
 popular video streaming services, like YouTube, have long since made the jump to HTML5. On top of that, recently
 web browsers have begun switching off Flash support by default, simply due to the amount of security bugs the
 software has been afflicted with. With that in mind, Adobe will finally be pulling the plug on Flash in three years
 time, giving any remaining websites a chance to switch from Flash before it becomes completely defunct.
 News Editor
 GtomphillipsEG
 Well, today you can tickle your nostalgia buds and fire up Minecraft as it used to be, via your
 browser. Just head to classic minecraft.net and you can play straightaway
 It's basic. Very basic. But if you want to place some blocks and
 remember all the good times before Notch went weird, this is for
 you. This is Minecraft as it once was, just a handful of resources
 and the most basic of biomes to tinker with.Smells like
 memories
 A SOUL FORA SOUL
Minecraft Revival 2019

Minecraft Revival 2019

Buds and The: The goodest of buds
Buds and The: The goodest of buds

The goodest of buds

Best, Old, and Aussie: Best buds!! Lily is a 2 year old golden and Daisy is a 10 week old Aussie. They’ve been inseparable since they met!
Best, Old, and Aussie: Best buds!! Lily is a 2 year old golden and Daisy is a 10 week old Aussie. They’ve been inseparable since they met!

Best buds!! Lily is a 2 year old golden and Daisy is a 10 week old Aussie. They’ve been inseparable since they met!