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These glasses hide a fitness tracker on your face

The last time a company tried popularizing wearable tech embedded in glasses, most notably with Google Glass, the public mostly rejected the idea as equal parts creepy and silly.  Now a new project looks to take another whack at theShow More Summary

Honor 8 vs Honor 7: First Impressions

Is newer better or does the switch to glass make the older Honor 7 the better device? What's changed since last year? Find out in this quick look at the Honor 8 vs the Honor 7!

Nerds and hippies

When I was growing up I thought people who liked computers were all nerds with thick glasses and those pocket protector things. Later I learned that there were hippie programmers, who loved programming the way hippies love acid rock, weed, making love not war, getting back to the land, saying truth to power, sticking it to the man, etc etc. Show More Summary

Safety Stutz: 1927

San Francisco, 1927. "Stutz Vertical Eight with Safety Chassis." The so-called "Safety Stutz" featured four-wheel hydraulic brakes and wire-reinforced shatterproof glass -- just the thing for cruising in the rain on bald tires. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.

Marvin Kaplan, character actor who won laughs in ‘Adam’s Rib’ and ‘Alice,’ dies at 89

The ubiquitous actor was immediately recognizable for his thick glasses, thicker eyebrows and Brooklyn accent.

Store Robbed by Hockey Goalie?

There was a peculiar burglary at a beer store in Russell, Manitoba, in the early hours of August 15. Two sports-loving men, one wearing mitts and a ball cap, and the other dressed as a goal-keeper, broke the store’s glass door just to steal a few cases of beer.

The Best Wines to Pair With Spicy Foods

Alcohol is not the best thing to reach for if your food is too spicy for you. But if you love the burn of spicy food and want to intensify the flavor of your meal, a glass of wine can compliment it well. Read more...

Et Voila! Is That Lumiere and Cogsworth From ‘Beauty And The Beast’?

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Disney has enjoyed tremendous success with their live-action remakes of their animated films (or at least the ones not named Alice Through the Looking Glass). That proverbial home run streak will be tested again next spring when Disney releases its latest remake effort, Beauty and the Beast, but despite the fact that its coming out in only seven […]

Glass Animals and the Art of Being Human

For their second LP singer Dave Bayley turned other people's stories into songs, and in doing so revealed a little something of himself.

World's longest and highest glass bridge opens in China's 'Avatar' mountain

The structure, which was officially unveiled to the public on Saturday, crosses two peaks in the mountains of Zhangjiajie in China. It's 1,400ft long and is suspended 984ft above ground.

Everything you need to know about Touch Disease, the latest big iPhone flaw

You might've heard about Touch Disease, the latest way for your iPhone to go poof. But what exactly is a Touch Disease, and how worried should you be about your beloved smartphone turning into an expensive glass rectangle? DON'T MISS: Does...Show More Summary

Admitting visible light, rejecting infrared heat

The transparency of glass to visible light makes it the most common way to let light into a building. But because glass is also transparent to near-infrared radiation -- windows also let in heat, giving rise to the well-known greenhouse effect. A coating that blocks 90 per cent of the heat from sunlight could be used to develop smart windows, say scientists.

This award-winning glass and steel house sits behind an old Victorian facade

It was shortlisted for RIBA’s 2015 House of the Year award Shortlisted for the RIBA House of the Year Award in 2015, the glass-and-steel Stuart Piercy-designed Kew House in the Kew Green Conservation area of south-west London has just...Show More Summary

Steve Bannon Was Once Hired To Manage an Artificial World of People Living Under Glass (Before the Trump Campaign)

Steve Bannon does not, at this point, seem to have been a good hire for Donald Trump's campaign. It has emerged that he was charged with domestic violence and battery in 1996 and allegedly threatened his wife to keep her quiet. He is illegally registered to vote in Florida as the resident of a vacant house. Show More Summary

Review: “Equity” expertly explores work equality; “Miss Sharon Jones!” earns exclamation point

I’ve never seen Thomas Middleton’s Jacobean stage tragedy, but I love the name: Women Beware Women. That could work as an alternate title for Equity. It’s a smart, suspenseful drama about a handful of women trying to break the glass ceiling on Wall Street, where gendered things like stiletto heels and slinky dresses are still,...

‘In Our Backyard’: Glass Artist to Create Piece Inspired by Chained Dogs

This Sunday, glass artist Kristi Totoritis will appear at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio and create a new piece, live and in person, inspired by “In Our Backyard,” a... The post ‘In Our Backyard’: Glass Artist to Create Piece Inspired by Chained Dogs appeared first on PETA.

Former Staffer Offers A Rare Look Inside Apple Music

Former Apple Music employee Sean Glass offers a rare look inside the secretive world of Apple, and weighs in on the industry realities behind streaming exclusives and why they can be good for artists, but are generally not especially beneficial to major labels. ___________________________ Guest post by former Apple Music...

Festivals Extra: Water Glass Milestone Achieved At Tom Gauld Edinburgh Book Festival Signing

Here. That is some nice glassware going on there, maybe the fanciest ever provided a cartoonist at a book signing. it's my job to keep track of these things. Tom Gauld is one of comics' secret weapons and it'll be good to have him on the road this Fall in support of a new book.

This Week's Interesting Music Releases - August 26, 2016

Cass McCombs' Mangy Love, Glass Animals' How To Be A Human Being, The Veils' Total Depravity, and especially Katy Goodman and Greta Morgan's covers album Take It, It's Yours are new releases I can recommend this week. Archival releases...

Hidden Agenda Perpetrated By Congress & The Fed Exposed In One Simple Chart

Submitted by Thad Beversdorf via FirstRebuttal.com, I like to say policy objectives are invisible ink and policy results are the coloured glasses that expose them. You see, policy makers always tell us how they design and implement policies targeted at middle class America. Show More Summary

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