It’s 6:30 a.m., you pull an oversized hoodie on, leash your dog, and head out to the closest coffee shop before heading off to work. The crisp, cool air hits you as you briskly walk down the street, with the leash in one hand and your smartphone in the other. 357 more words
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The reason I became a solicitor is nondescript and boring – it seemed like a good idea at the time. Frankly, I have become more cynical, but strangely more idealistic as I have grown older, and seen more. 1,121 more words
Halloween Night, 2013: InnovaSun opened its first solar business in Wambong, and one thousand people gained access to electricity. It was a night I will remember for the rest of my life, with images of the most enthusiastic kids you can imagine engrained in my mind alongside adults improvising new ways to leverage their newfound electricity. 269 more words
A new Model S owner in Norway, Bjorn Nyland, published the following video on his first road trip in snowy conditions. In general, I don’t care much for these types of videos as they can drag on, but Bjorn did a very good editing job and the video gives a good review of the car in a winter climate. 169 more words
The nokia wireless charger DT-601 is now on sale from some online retailers.
Amazon have the best price and all colours are now available..
These are an new designed wireless charger and quite neat and look well,with nice colours to pick from which match the nokia lumia colour range. 21 more words
Wireless charging technology is not a new concept nowadays. It is already applied to some consumer electronics or household appliances. It is suitable for the applications that it is used quite often but consumes not much electricity every time used. 472 more words
It seems the council is claiming that slashing adult social care is all about ‘fairness and equity’. I am sure the disabled, elderly and vulnerable will all be deeply grateful as they cough up more. 450 more words