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Polyes Q1 – first cordless 3D pen

Future Make unveiled a new 3D printing pen that, unilike first generation, uses a new safer technology based on photo-polymers solidifies immediately when exposed to UV light. 123 more words


Thoughtful Thursday: Independence

Remember that old Webbie song, Independent, that starts off I-N-D-E-P-E-N-D-E-N-T do you know what that means? Well frankly, I don’t think too many people do. 813 more words

The sun will set looking like a fingernail during partial eclipse

(CNN) — The cosmos will cast an afternoon delight over the country on Thursday with a partial solar eclipse.

The moon will clip the sun, making it look like a fingernail as it sets in the west for most of the country and Canada. 233 more words


Canadian Saks shops to feature gourmet cuisine from Pusateri's

TORONTO – Saks Fifth Avenue, which caters to a clientele with a taste for the finer things in life, is partnering with upscale food merchant Pusateri’s in its soon-to-be opened Canadian stores. 139 more words


The More Time We Spend on Social Media, the More We Hate Our Bodies

While rail-thin celebrities have always gotten the bulk of the blame for setting an unhealthy expectation for what women should look like, there’s now another more powerful culprit to blame: social media. 366 more words


Blurred Lines: Emily Ratajkowski Is A Feminist

Boss & Tonic – Emily Ratajkowski is gracing the cover of Cosmopolitan’s November issue. Her movie “Gone Girl” premiered in theaters this month – a role that she acquired by appearing in Robin Thicke’s, Blurred Lines music video in which she did not speak a word. 434 more words


Game nights a social outlet for baby boomers

When Ron Riedel’s kids graduated from high school, he and his wife, Lorita, found they were socializing less. They weren’t meeting up with friends at soccer games, school plays and other kid-related events.So Riedel formed a “Baby Boomer” group through his church that hosts regular game nights and weekly dinners. 511 more words