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One of the best yet: #15 Links Expat Aid Workers Like « Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like (via @SEAWL)

One of the best yet: #15 Links Expat Aid Workers Like « Stuff Expat Aid Workers Like (via @SEAWL)

We will have an on-site organically grown vegetable and fruit garden. The rest of our produce will come from local farmers/ranchers who use natural and humane methods (i.e. organic/all-natural, free-range, grass fed/finished, non-GMO, etc.). If we can't pronounce the ingredients, we won't serve it!  www.reinoranch.com

We will have an on-site organically grown vegetable and fruit garden. The rest of our produce will come from local farmers/ranchers who use natural and humane methods (i.e. organic/all-natural, free-range, grass fed/finished, non-GMO, etc.). If we can't pronounce the ingredients, we won't serve it! www.reinoranch.com

The best aid work blog on the entire internet

The best aid work blog on the entire internet

Hulu. Watch from outside the US. Here's a simple work around that hides your ISP. You just need to be using Firefox or Google Chrome and download the Media Hint extension (click on the links in the article). That's it! Now go to hulu.com and start watching tv and movies. The extension doesn't work for the sign-up/login process but you don't need to do that to watch hulu.  Note: when I set this up for my friends in Mexico, it made us sign-up using the FB option before we could start watching.

Hulu. Watch from outside the US. Here's a simple work around that hides your ISP. You just need to be using Firefox or Google Chrome and download the Media Hint extension (click on the links in the article). That's it! Now go to hulu.com and start watching tv and movies. The extension doesn't work for the sign-up/login process but you don't need to do that to watch hulu. Note: when I set this up for my friends in Mexico, it made us sign-up using the FB option before we could start watching.

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