The Note: Obama's Latest Numbers
Pence said that he has been working with state legislators and businesses "literally around the clock" to work through the controversy, saying that discrimination was never part of his plan, according to ABC's MEGHAN KENEALLY. "We want to make it clear ...
April 1, 2015
MSI GT80 Titan review: A crazy-fast gaming laptop with an old-school desktop ...
The mobile version has 1,536 cores and a base clock of 1,038MHz. What this means, according to Nvidia, is a mobile GPU that gives up about 80 percent of the performance of its desktop It's like stomping on the gas pedal in your vintage muscle car ...
March 16, 2015
Stylish Bedside Clocks
A clock “should be more of an objet — something chic, maybe vintage,” he added. “There should be some art to it, some “If it's on a stack of books on your night stand or desktop,” Mr. Buzzetta said, “you don't know what it is.” But would you ...
March 4, 2015
B&B brings touch of Italy to PC
Her background as an artist is evident, as every detail throughout the building — whether it be a pack of vintage playing cards placed on a table or the polished silver spoons served alongside each cup of Italian imported coffee — acts as a careful ...
March 10, 2015
Vermont chocolate artist to be on Food Network
"I just kind of scour around the factory and the restaurant to see what I can find," McCracken said. Valentine's Day is McCracken's favorite holiday because she loves the "vintage puns" she can use in her work. "I thought a working chocolate clock was ...
February 1, 2015
Changing lives one song at a time
MANITOWOC – Felician Village's Jim Presl, 83, enjoys tunes sung by the man who was known as Ol' Blue Eyes, Frank Sinatra, as well as Johnny Cash — and a new statewide program is helping to change the lives of its residents through music bringing back ...
March 7, 2015
Apple employees will get 50 percent off the Apple Watch, just not the $10000 one
Although essential servies like the clock and calendar will run locally on the Apple Watch, tasks largely be offloaded to a Bluetooth-paired iPhone. In addition and much to the chagrin of some programmers, Apple won't officially support native Apple ...
March 11, 2015
I’ve been wanting to share my scrap space for the longest time but when I look at the length of the post that I have been planning to write, I just couldn’t find the ‘mojo’ to do it. Right now as I’m writing this, I’m in my hotel room in Kuala... My sharing of my workspace will take up a whole long page so I’m breaking it into few parts over the next few Wednesdays. So, today will be the first post that I’m sharing an insight of my most humbled workspace at home. One master room for the hub and me and the other is Ethan’s room. This is the 3rd room which was previously used as our study and we have one side of the wall built with shelves and where we store hundreds and hundreds of books. Well, I should say the hub and I love to read and we’ve amassed a whole lot of books prior to us meeting and during our 18 years together. This room was made redundant and was only used if we have guests putting up at our place. Therefore, right after I discovered scrapbooking and as months progressed, I officially took over this room and converted part of this room as my scrap space. What I love about this room is that it is the only room out of the 3 bedrooms in my apartment that has full length windows from floor to ceiling. Imagine the amount of natural light flows generously and brightens up this room.
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You're left with a speaker that probably won't sound as clear as the Bose SoundLink, but definitely looks better on a shelf and has the added benefit has a more sustainable solution: he guts vintage clock radios and recycles them into desktop... Often, a clock can hold sentimental value to its owner, whether it's an antique passed down over generations or a gift that marked a special occasion. To preserve their value and keep clocks running accurately and working as The governor for the chime was sitting on a shelf at O’Keefe Ranch. And saw it in an antique store window APPRAISER: Well, it's a classical French mantel clock. Antique clocks, if maintained, appreciate over time, Deal says. Whether new or old, it's hard to escape the steep cost of a grandfather clock. Delaney Antique Clocks, tucked into this unassuming north- central One potential seller who brought the Delaneys a mantel clock that she insisted reached these shores in 1620 was not at all happy when the older John Delaney, using documentation...