Want To Look Out A Window In Singapore? Window Swapping Is Now A Thing
In a time when traveling the world isn’t as simple as it used to be – or even possible – there’s a new website that at least lets you take in a new view. Window Swap was developed by Sonali Ranjit and Vaishnav Balasubramaniam, a husband and wife team from Singapore, as a quarantine project and it’s an ingenious way to travel all around the world, from the comfort of your own home. All you have to do is visit the Window Swap website and click on the “Open a new window somewhere in the world” button to instantly be transported in a stranger’s home in cities like London, Bangalore or Jakarta from the windows of whom you can admire the views they wake up to every day. Sonali said, “My husband and I were growing bored with the view from our window – so we created a place on the internet where you can open a new window somewhere else in the world!” According to a description on its official website, Window Swap “is here to fill that deep void in our wanderlust hearts by allowing us to look through someone else’s window, somewhere in the world, for a while.” It’s probably going to be a while until travel becomes mainstream again, so that makes sense.?(Oddity Central) 


A Young 6 Year Old Is Reunited With His Best Pal 

A beloved stuffed dog toy is home safe with its boy thanks to the help of employees at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. As the Associated Press reports, the airport used its Facebook account to try to reunite the lost dog and its owner after employees found the stuffed dalmation left behind in the terminal. The airport team had fun posting photos of the stuffie having masked adventures in the terminal as they sought its owner. On Friday, “Masch-Masch” flew back to the St. Pete-Clearwater Airport to reunite with the Ronco family. The family believes their six-year-old son Jaydence accidentally left his beloved pup behind in a sleepy daze as they flew home from the Ohio area. Masch-Masch was “very special” to Jaydence because it was given to him by the judge who presided over his adoption.