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This $23 Device Heats Up Your Lotion So You're Not Shivering When You Slather It On

* Heat up your lotion in just two minutes
* Works with your favorite body or hand lotion
* Portable design that can be used at home or at the office… 220 more words

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Would a bottle of wine from the Titanic still be drinkable?

In August of 1985, a US Navy-sponsored expedition lead by marine archeologist Robert Ballard was struggling to find the wreck of the Titanic. Ballard and his crew were given twelve days to sweep a potential resting place of more than 150 square miles using new technology that allowed for exploration below 10,000 feet. 829 more words

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XBox Live for Everyone!!

Yesterday Microsoft revealed the news that they are making their rather successful ‘XBox Live Services’ available on other platforms. Nintendo Switch, iOS & Android are all on board and it means cross platform play is a much simpler prospect for all games including third party across many different devices. 348 more words

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These Handheld Laser Scissors Belong in Your DIY Tool Kit

* Cutting in a straight line isn’t always as easy as it sounds
* These high-quality laser scissors provide a straight line laser guide
* They sport easy-to-grip handles and are ideal for paper, fabrics and more… 326 more words

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The PlayStation Classic - An essential flop!

So the PlayStation Classic launched last year in December to little or no fan fare. The twenty games built-in weren’t Sony’s best and didn’t feel like essential buying for gamers. 389 more words

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Drew Brees (finally) takes a shot at Roger Goodell over his response to the no-call

Unlike most people, the New Orleans Saints probably aren’t eager to see Super Bowl LIII kick off on Sunday without them.

New Orleans was robbed of a chance to represent the NFC after they were upset at home in the NFC Championship Game by the Los Angeles Rams. 308 more words

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The Lost Art of Cassette Design

Steve Vistaunet’s Pinterest is a treasure-trove of photos of exuberant cassette spine designs from the gilded age of the mix-tape, ranging from the hand-drawn to early desktop publishing experiments. 14 more words

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