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I Think My Boyfriend Wants To Be A Girl

Posted in Uncategorized by Chris Weber on March 29th, 2020

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Would you believe that I’m fairly positive Karma has bitten her on the bott and that her husband is a closeted homosexual man. Chicks speak about everything, she informed me all about their sex life, he had his childhood SA & his persistent lifelong efficiency issues to deflect away from what to me – is so apparent. His behaviour while they were separated made no logical sense to me, and thats once I began becoming a member of dots in my head. When I 1st met her she kept saying to me their sex …

Women In Georgia Are Pushing For Change

Posted in Uncategorized by Chris Weber on March 28th, 2020

According to The Georgian Chronicles, the ancestor of the Kartvelian people was Kartlos, the nice-grandson of the Biblical Japheth. However, students agree that the word is derived from the Karts, the latter being one of many proto-Georgian tribes that emerged as a dominant group in ancient times. Kart most likely is cognate with Indo-European gard and denotes individuals who stay in a “fortified citadel”. Ancient Greeks (Homer, Herodotus, Strabo, Plutarch and so forth.) and Romans (Titus Livius, Cornelius Tacitus, etc.) referred to western Georgians as Colchians and jap Georgians as Iberians. The Georgian nation was shaped out of a diverse set of geographic subgroups, every with its attribute traditions, manners, dialects and, in the case of Svans and Mingrelians, personal regional languages.

In the next many years, women marched, protested, lobbied, and even went to jail. By the 1870s, women pressured Congress to vote on …

Un Women Exits Singapore After 20 Years Of Operations

Posted in Uncategorized by Chris Weber on March 26th, 2020

It aided in the unfold of communist ideals and made it easier to teach and rally the individuals around communism. Women were additionally extra involved within the public sphere – a continuation of the changes made in the course of the colonial period. Singapore’s historical roots as a trading settlement gave rise to an inflow of international traders, and their languages have been slowly embedded in Singapore’s modern day linguistic repertoire.

Although many of these alternatives weren’t out there to women in the countryside, the Twenties and Nineteen Thirties did convey constructive changes to rural areas. Women were trained and educated on a extra restricted scale, and there were actions to eradicate illiteracy. These movements in the direction of training across the socio-economic spectrum would later influence and encourage North Korean communist activities.
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One such organization was the …

Lexus Hoverboard

Posted in Science by Olivia Olson on August 5th, 2015

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Lexus just unveiled its new Lexus Hoverboard. Yes, Lexus, the car company, just unveiled a hoverboard inspired by the 1989 film, Back to the Future II. We’re one step closer to experiencing the 2015 Marty McFly did. Unlike Marty’s hoverboard, this one can only be ridden in a specially designed skate park in Barcelona so far.
The board works by using magnets that are surrounded by liquid nitrogen and kept at -197 degrees Fahrenheit. “The magnetic field from the track is effectively ‘frozen’ into the superconductors in the board, maintaining the distance between the board and the track—essentially keeping the board hovering,” Oliver de Haas, CEO of GmbH, told the press during a press release “This force is strong enough to allow the rider to stand and even jump on the board.”

You may be thinking “Great Scott! Where can I …

New Google Glass

Posted in Google by Olivia Olson on August 5th, 2015

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Google just secretly released a new version of Google Glass. The new edition will be targeted primarily towards businesses in the healthcare, manufacturing, and energy industries.

The main new feature of this product is that it is a clip on rather than a whole set of glasses, this allows it to be attached to any set of goggles or glasses. It also is reported to have a battery life that lasts 2 hours longer then the previous edition. The new version is expected to be water resistant as well as more durable in general. It is estimated to be released in mid 2016.

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Amazon Dash Available for Purchase

Posted in Amazon by Olivia Olson on August 5th, 2015

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Amazon Dash was recently made available to purchase for all Amazon Prime members. Since it was announced on March 31st, earlier this year, many people assumed it was an April Fool’s joke. It has become recently apparent that it is not. You can now choose from 255 Dash Buttons for different household items from Gatorade to diapers or an Amazon Dash which works through voice control or scanning the bar code on the item.

Amazon Dash connects to your home WiFi and your Amazon account and automatically puts the item in your shopping cart. You then view the purchase on your computer or mobile device and schedule delivery. Dash Buttons are available for $5.

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Advancements in Multispectral Imaging Reveal New Texts

Posted in Science by Olivia Olson on August 5th, 2015

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NBC News released an article about recent developments in multispectral imaging. Many scientists are working frantically to use this technology to reveal hidden texts, that within a few years could have easily been lost forever. It has already been used to uncover poems written by William Faulkner and maps potentially used by Columbus. This method has the potential to uncover many other pieces of music, Biblical gospels, and so many other writings that haven’t been read for centuries.

Multispectral images are used to capture images and data at different frequencies across a spectrum. It uses different frequencies to reveal different forms of ink and materials. So when images are processed using this method, it reveals the writing that was previously thought to have been destroyed or damaged beyond legibility.
The NBC article states “The problem is that so few people are skilled …

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Walmart and Evanflo Safe Car Seat: Evenflo Advanced SensorSafe Embrace

Posted in children by Olivia Olson on July 29th, 2015

cropped carseatIt is estimated that approximately 40 babies die each year from heat stroke after being left in cars. This is usually attributed to the fact that car seats for infants face away from the front of the car, allowing parents to forget about their sleeping children in the backseat. Now Walmart and Evenflo have teamed up to create the Evenflo Advanced SensorSafe Embrace.
The car seat uses a wireless receiver that is hooked up to the car’s On Board Diagnostics. It is then synced with the car seat which will play a “jingle” if the car is off and the car seat is still buckled. The difference between this car seat and other smart car seats is that it doesn’t work through the bluetooth in your cellphone, so the car seat will still …

Ricoh Theta M15 Takes 360 Degree Photos

Posted in Cameras by Darrin Olson on December 15th, 2014

Rico Theta M15 CameraRicoh’s Theta M15 is a small, pocket size camera able to take seemeless 360 degree photos in a single snap. These photos don’t just take a wide image, but include an entire 360 degree sphere, top to bottom as well. The resulting images can be viewed like other images, and Ricoh smartly provides some associated software with the camera allowing users to edit the images on a PC, Mac, Android or iOS device.

This is the second generation of the Theta that Ricoh has released with the most significant upgrade in this model being the ability to take short videos with a 360 degree view along with still images. The videos can be up to 3 minutes each, and the videos can also be edited with the included software by modifying the image itself with your finger on touch screens …

Microsoft Band Fitness Tracker for $199

Posted in Fitness Gadgets by Darrin Olson on October 30th, 2014

Microsoft Band Fitness TrackerMicrosoft announced on Wednesday the planned release of its own wearable fitness tracker, the Microsoft Band. The device is available for purchase on Thursday from Microsoft for $199, and will work with Android, iOS and of course Windows Phone 8.1.

Among the features targeting fitness, the Microsoft Band tracks your exercise reps, calories burned, heart rate around the clock and your sleep. It also has a UV monitor built in with real-time UX information to make educated decisions on sun protection when you go out.
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The wearable tech from Microsoft helps with more than just fitness, though and throws its hat into the ring against other popular wearable devices for Android and Apple. The Band will display a small snippet of your incoming emails, syncs with a …

Apple Launches Tool to Remove U2

Posted in Apple by Tam Yue on September 18th, 2014

U2 Songs of InnocenceThe minute we heard that Apple gave away free music to every iTunes account in the world we were shocked, to say the least. Our first thought was the cost and how much they had to pay U2 for a HALF BILLION downloads of their album Songs of Innocence. Our second thought was about how those HALF BILLION iTunes users were going to feel about Apple just dropping free music into their private accounts.

Well, now we know the answer to both of those questions. Apple paid U2 approximately $100 million to give the album away. As far as how users feel about it, there were so many complaints that Apple had to launch a special removal tool so unhappy customers could delete the album out of their iTunes.

If you are one of those unhappy people who feels Apple is …

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Apple iOS 8 Release Today

Posted in Apple by Darrin Olson on September 17th, 2014

iOS 8 Release TodayApple is planning to release iOS 8 today, its latest operating system for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Apple usually lets the releases go around 11am PST but it might not get to everyone’s device right away. iOS 8 is compatible with the iPhone 4s and up, iPad 2 and up, all iPad Mini’s and the 5th generation of the iPod touch.

A quick recap of the new iOS 8 features include an updated photo album with improved on-device photo editing, enhanced voice and video messages, an updated predictive keyboard that anticipates your next word, new fitness apps, a cloud-based drive, enhanced notifications and a few others. You can see all of the details from Apple here.

Misfit Flash Wearable for Fitness

Posted in Fitness Gadgets by Tam Yue on September 16th, 2014

Misfit FlashWe know what you are thinking; “Another wearable fitness device?” And to that we say, yes, another wearable fitness device. But we like this one and what is has to offer, as well as what you don’t have to offer to own one.

The Misfit Flash is a good way to track your exercise and sleep patterns. It offers all the same capabilities as the other wearable’s on the market. The major differences are simple; it requires an app to be able to track your fitness goals because it doesn’t come with a tradition display. Also, it doesn’t require charging, since you need to replace the batteries every 6 months. And last but not least, it’s affordable. At $49.99 it is definitely worth the trade-off of features.

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TABI Tablet Holder

Posted in Accessories by Tam Yue on September 16th, 2014

TabiThis is so simple and so genius all at once, it makes us think; “Why didn’t I think of that!” But we didn’t, the guys at Bondi did, so we are just going to write about it.

TABI is a device that makes holding your large smartphone or tablet so much easier. Let’s face it, most of us have a tablet and most of us use it all the time. We have actually heard of people’s fingers going numb because they are on their mobile devices so much. This sweet little invention will help make using your tablet much more convenient.

TABI is a basically a stretchable band with two prong claws on each end that hook on to the top and bottom of the tablet so you can slip your hand between it and the tablet to improve your grip. There …

HTC Set to Announce A New Underwater Camera

Posted in HTC by Tam Yue on September 15th, 2014

HTC LogoHTC is holding an event on October 8th in New York City and many are speculating that this will be when they announce their new durable underwater camera. This new device is being called “GoPro like” in durability and also giving the users the ability to take pictures underwater.

The tube shaped camera will feature an ultra-wide angle lens and a 16 megapixel sensor. It will also have the ability to connect via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to both Anroid and iOS devices, with the apps for both coming from HTC as well.

HTC is also expected to announce a new smartphone at this event. This smartphone will supposedly have a better camera for taking the “selfie”. Many teenagers and adults alike will be happy to hear this.

HTC has had declining sales over the years with their smartphones, hence the reason for joining …