All posts by Harry Hall

World War II veteran: ‘We went through hell’ – Lewiston Sun Journal
24 May
6:42

World War II veteran: ‘We went through hell’ – Lewiston Sun Journal

LIVERMORE FALLS — World War II veteran Paul Simoneau, 95, “went through hell” during his time overseas in the U.S. Navy. He served for 3½ years aboard the USS Escalante, an oil tanker that carried high-octane gasoline. He was involved in four invasions: Normandy, France, in 1944; and in 1945, […]

Jujubee S.A. Prepares For Deep Diving Simulator’s Launch Day! – Gamasutra
23 May
5:17

Jujubee S.A. Prepares For Deep Diving Simulator’s Launch Day! – Gamasutra

[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.] (Katowice, Poland | May 23, 2019) – Jujubee S.A. Is Putting The Finishing Touches On Their Latest Underwater & Educational Game – Deep Diving Simulator.  Polish developer Jujubee S.A. has published […]

Plastic proliferates at the bottom of world’s deepest ocean trench – National Geographic Australia
23 May
3:47

Plastic proliferates at the bottom of world’s deepest ocean trench – National Geographic Australia

YET AGAIN, PLASTIC is proving to be everywhere in the sea. During a dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench that purportedly reached 10,927 metres, Dallas businessman Victor Vescovo claims to have found a plastic bag. And it’s not even the first time: It’s the third time plastic […]

8 New Alaska Adventures Not to Miss This Year – CondĂ© Nast Traveler
22 May
2:17

8 New Alaska Adventures Not to Miss This Year – CondĂ© Nast Traveler

We’re about to kick off the high season for travel to Alaska: Summer is a popular time for vacationers looking for mild temps, plenty of wildlife, and no shortage of outdoor activities to keep all ages entertained. But this year there’s even more to look forward to. As 2019 marks […]

How Patagonia is tackling the plastic problem – National Geographic
22 May
12:47

How Patagonia is tackling the plastic problem – National Geographic

Seeds of change Later that afternoon, we drove a few miles down the road to meet a graduate of the programme. Elsa lives alone on a small patch of land overlooking the ReloncavĂ­ Estuary with strawberries growing in the garden and soaring mountains overhead. Her house is humble: two small […]

New Kiwi Fishing Technology Gets Approval – Scoop.co.nz
21 May
11:18

New Kiwi Fishing Technology Gets Approval – Scoop.co.nz

Tuesday, 21 May 2019, 12:34 pmPress Release: Precision Seafood Harvesting 21 May 2019PSH Media Release New Kiwi Fishing Technology Gets Approval For Snapper, Tarakihi, Trevally, Red Gurnard and John Dory The future of fishing: Snapper in the new Precision Seafood Harvesting technology, that’s now approved for commercial use on both […]

The World’s Best Summer Camps of 2019 – Outside
20 May
9:47

The World’s Best Summer Camps of 2019 – Outside

Summer camp is an American rite of tradition and a favorite Hollywood trope for teen humor, hormones, and horror. With all due respect to American Pie and Friday the 13th, our picks are way cooler than band camp and a lot safer than Camp Crystal Lake. Adults, we know you’re just overgrown […]

California Dungeness Crab Fishery to Close 3 Months Early to Protect Whales – KQED
20 May
8:17

California Dungeness Crab Fishery to Close 3 Months Early to Protect Whales – KQED

When they didn’t see enough action to prevent future entanglements in 2016, the Center for Biological Diversity filed suit against the state fish and wildlife agency in 2017, charging that the state needed to have a federal incidental take permit — governing the conservation of endangered species, like the leatherback […]

Searching for the world’s last remaining sawfish – National Geographic
19 May
6:47

Searching for the world’s last remaining sawfish – National Geographic

Mario Espinoza has dedicated years of his life to saving a fish he has yet to see for himself in Costa Rica’s waters. It’s not for lack of trying. Every single month, the University of Costa Rica marine scientist and his team drive to the edges of one of the […]

Tips For Your First Kayak Fishing Experience – South Florida Reporter
19 May
5:18

Tips For Your First Kayak Fishing Experience – South Florida Reporter

Kayak Fishing (Image: GloboSurfer) Every fisherman knows that one of the best parts of the sport is the long hours spent in the water relaxing. Fishing is more of a lifestyle than a simple sport. While many people mistakenly think it is about the size of fish you catch, it […]