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New York Times [04/25/18, via New York Times]
'In Italy, There Was the Pope and Then There Was Enzo Ferrari' Ferrari is often remembered solely as cold and calculating, with his trademark trench coat and dark sunglasses. But Mr. Dal Monte wants readers to see the genius that Ferrari possessed. Yes, he was stubborn, but he was driven and determined to be [...]

KXXV News Channel 25 [04/26/18, via KXXV News Channel 25]
Revant Optics wants to save the planet one pair of sunglasses at a time If you've ever invested in a good pair of performance sunglasses for use while running, cycling, or hiking, you probably already know how heartbreaking it can be to accidentally break them. Typically, your only recourse is to toss the damaged eyewear [...]

Toronto Star [05/04/18, via Toronto Star]
What drove Luca Dal Monte to write a biography of Enzo Ferrari Ferrari is often remembered solely as cold and calculating, with his trademark trench coat and dark sunglasses. But Dal Monte wants readers to see the genius that Ferrari possessed. Yes, he was stubborn, but he was driven and determined to be [...]

New York Daily News [04/16/18, via New York Daily News]
Readers sound off on mental health, Syria and hot dogs But Katz cannot ignore the more than 31/2 million Poles who were murdered by the Nazis, many in the concentration camps located in Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania and in Germany — those camps were built by the Nazis, not by the people who suffered [...]

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RT @Alguz: You know you’re old AF when you’re happy to find sunglasses with built in readers so you can read on the beach

RT @Alguz: You know you’re old AF when you’re happy to find sunglasses with built in readers so you can read on the beach

RT @Alguz: You know you’re old AF when you’re happy to find sunglasses with built in readers so you can read on the beach

You know you’re old AF when you’re happy to find sunglasses with built in readers so you can read on the beach

Travel Glasses (The Call to Search Everywhen, Book 1) Travel Glasses (The Call to Search Everywhen, Book 1)
Published by Lulu.com 2014
ISBN 9780990379966,0990379965
240 pages
Tampa Bay Magazine Tampa Bay Magazine
2004
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The Reader's Digest The Reader's Digest
2016
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How to Rock Braces and Glasses How to Rock Braces and Glasses
Published by Poppy 2011
ISBN 9780316192897,0316192899
336 pages

Fossil (FOSL), Skechers (SKX), Sony (SNE) | Share Market Updates - share market updates (press release)

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Fossil Group (FOSL) declared on Tuesday from its new European headquarters in Basel, Switzerland . More than 100 wearables products – which include display- and non-display watches and trackers – will be available in 40 countries and more than 20... Fossil Group will support the wearables with unique and branded apps across all brands, three product categories, and two operating systems. The 2016 launches are part of the company’s efforts to bring a fashion-first focus, innovation and an increased variety of products to the wearables industry. We demonstrate remarkable speed to market, from development to launch, in order to meet the retail industry’s seasonal new product deadlines,” said Greg McKelvey , chief strategy and digital officer, Fossil Group.

[via sharemarketupdates.com]

Mr. Sammler's City - City Journal

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ear was a New Yorker’s constant companion in the 1970s and ’80s. We lived behind doors with triple locks, some like engines of medieval ironmongery. We barred our ground-floor and fire-escape windows with steel grates that made us feel imprisoned. I was thankful for mine, though, when a hatchet turned up on my fire escape, origin unknown. our hearts pounded as we tried to shove the heavy doors open and slam them shut before some mugger could push in behind us, standard mugging procedure. Just when New York had begun to spin out of control—steadily worsening for over two decades until murders numbered over 2,200 a year, one every four hours—Bellow’s novel described the unraveling with brilliant precision and explained unflinchingly... His account shocked readers: some thought it racist and reactionary.

[via www.city-journal.org]

[03/11/16, via Euronews]
As hard times hit, Egyptians at last find fault with Sisi A broad cross section of the public sincerely admired the stern general in dark sunglasses, who promised to restore stability ... in a single year as a key achievement. But the project, built with $8 billion borrowed from the public at the height of ... [...]

[03/10/16, via Bloomberg]
How Australia’s Ruslan Kogan Built an Off-Brand Online Retail Empire By the time he finished high school, he’d run more than a dozen small businesses, including one designing websites and another installing bar-code readers at gyms to track ... “One will say sunglasses, and nine other sheep will say, ‘Yes, me too, ... [...]

[03/10/16, via Drug Store News]
What’s Next: Interactive beauty tech FaceCake bridges the best of in-store and online shopping into one with a core business of providing consumers with realistic virtual Try-Ons in everything from eye shadow to sunglasses ... media technology platform built to create engaging content ... [...]

[02/23/16, via NBC News]
This Woman Built a Business Selling Sunglasses for Dogs After a long day at work, she and Midknight would go play Frisbee in the park in the late afternoon. Di Lullo would wear sunglasses to protect her eyes from the brightness of the setting sun. "There was one day in particular where (Midknight) missed the ... [...]

[09/15/15, via Buffalo Rising]
Born in Buffalo: Bottle Opener Sunglasses It was one of these times that times that Kevin Garbes, a true blue Buffalo Bills fan, came up with the idea to incorporate a bottle opener into the design of a pair of sunglasses ... a pair of black shades with a built-in beer opener. [...]

Second opinion: Ars readers’ picks for the Deathwatch errata

EnlargeDerek Bacon / Getty ImagesWelcome to 2018! We're less than a week into the New Year, and we've already got a number of new dumpster fires fully ablaze. Apple's BatteryGate PR disaster is now burning as hot as a Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Microsoft's Kinect died, and nobody knew it—no wonder I couldn't find an adapter for my new Xbox One S. ("Hey Cortana, find me another way to let you surveil my household!") And Hooters is now serving crypto currency with its burgers. What a time to be...

Samsung reveals smart glasses that can help the visually impaired see again and bizarre neckband that replaces headphones with a 'bubble of sound'

Samsung's S-Ray speakers are portable directional speakers that isolate soundMeans music can play in open spaces without interference or disturbing othersThe firm also teased a look at its new Relúmĭno smart visual aid eyeglassesThis will work with a smartphone app to aid in a number of common issues By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.comPublished: 15:40 EST, 2 January 2018 | Updated: 15:55 EST, 2 January 2018 Samsung’s Creative Lab is set to show off its latest projects at CES...

L’Oreal’s Ingenious Nail Art Detects Harmful UV Rays

Just about every wearable has the same flaw: The battery doesn’t last. Batteries simply aren’t powerful enough to enable the design of a svelte Apple Watch that can run for more than a day between charges. That might be fine for a single prized object on your wrist, but it can’t possibly scale to the industry’s visions of smart clothing, shoes, and jewelry.advertisementThe UV Sense, however, is a wearable designed around an amazing premise. You never charge it, and there’s no battery inside....