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Gold Studs Nail Art

Today I would like to show you a simple and elegant design, that I've created with the use of studs from Born Pretty Store. I love having studs on my nails because they do not only match my style, but the application is super easy. All you need to do is apply them on wet nail polish and you're good to go. So simple, yet the final effect is extremely awesome. This time I've decided for a box of silver and golden studs in various sizes (1.2mm, 2mm, 3mm). On my nails you can see the golden ones in the biggest size. I hope you like my another studded nail art design!

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Coconut-Butter Mochi Cake with Lime Curd

Mochi (made from glutinous sweet rice flour) is a pillow-like dough that the Japanese fashion into all kinds of confections. In Hawaii it's made into this simple, rich cake with the addition of eggs. We love it with this zesty lime curd topping for an extra-special dessert. Recipe adapted from Chef Greg Harrison, Pacific'O Restaurant.

GIVEAWAY + Christmas Tree Design Nail Art

Today I want to show you a Christmas tree that I created on my nails. I did two versions and wanted to ask you which one do you like better? Personally I prefer the one with white and silver Christmas balls.

Amazon Kindle (2019) Review

Amazon has updated its cheapest Kindle for 2019 with upgrades like a built in light making it better than ever. Here's our full review.
Should I buy the Amazon Kindle (2019)? The regular Kindle now has a light meaning you might have little reason to splash out on one of the more expensive models if you don't need extra features like waterproofing and 3G.
The Kindle 2019 does the basics and does them extremely well so it's ridiculously good value despite being a little more expensive than its predecessor.

Nintendo Labo VR Review

The Labo VR Kit is Nintendo's answer to Google Cardboard: a full suite of virtual reality accessories and mini-games made from cardboard. It's also the best Labo kit yet
Should I Buy The Nintendo Labo VR Kit?
This is the best Labo kit yet in just about every respect. The designs are more creative, the tech is more impressive, and there’s a breadth and depth of gameplay that none of the previous Labo sets can match.

Samsung Galaxy A80 Review: Hands-on

Samsung follows the S10 with A80, a phone with weirder cameras and the same in-screen fingerprint sensor. Here’s our hands-on impressions
Should I Buy The Samsung Galaxy A80?
Without pricing we can’t fully decide if the Galaxy A80 will be a hit, but Samsung has at least broken some of its own design moulds to make it. 
The rotating cameras are wacky but promising and the build quality is excellent. We will have a full review in time.

Dyson V11 Absolute Review

The Dyson V11 Absolute vacuum adds Auto mode and an LCD display for the company's best vacuum yet - but, inevitably, its most expensive too
Should I Buy The Dyson V11 Absolute?
Silly as it may sound, the V11's new LCD screen is a genuine innovation, and the High Torque head’s Auto mode is ideal for those of us too lazy to switch attachments. But with no battery improvements and extra weight this might not win over anyone yet to be convinced by cordless.
At the end of the day, this is without a doubt the best cordless vacuum on the market, but at this price it would have to be, and for most people the company’s cheaper rivals will do the job just as well.

Khalid - Free Spirit Music Album Reviews

The second album from the historically inoffensive singer is another genreless collection of safe choices for a pop star in the making.
At a middle school dance somewhere in America, hundreds of students are getting rowdy to “Thotiana” while the chaperone tells the DJ to spin something else, something less vulgar, something inoffensive. Something like Khalid. He mainly sings about love, never too deep or personal, like he got inspiration from a Netflix original movie starring Noah Centineo. The 21-year-old is maturing—he can drink now and smokes a little more weed than he did before—and his second album, Free Spirit, comes at a time in which Khalid is both a Billboard Hot 100 mainstay and figuring out if he should be the same teenager that first found success with “Location” or if his music should age with him.

Birdman/Juvenile - Just Another Gangsta Music Album Reviews

A decade-plus after splitting from Cash Money, the New Orleans legend reunites with Birdman for a shockingly strong late-career-reunion record.
Juvenile is in a strange place. The Pen & Pixel-inspired covers, sample-free beats, and signature ad-libs of his prime era are ubiquitous on Soundcloud, but the New Orleans vet’s own steady output over the past 13 years has gone largely ignored. Reality Check, his underrated album from 2006—the first one he released after an acrimonious and very public split from Cash Money—is the last time he seemed to command a national spotlight, and the four LPs he’s released since then (one more under Atlantic, and then one on E1 followed by a pair on some combination of J. Prince ventures) have come and gone rather quietly.

Partner - Saturday the 14th EP Music Album Reviews

The Canadian power-pop duo take underappreciated micro-genres for a test drive in a bid to make music that’s as funny as their lyrics.
Partner, the endearingly dirtbaggy duo of Josée Caron and Lucy Niles, lie somewhere on the spectrum between Tegan and Sara and Bill & Ted. Their 2017 debut, In Search of Lost Time, paid joyous homage to pot, pussy, and the golden age of power-pop, with wickedly funny songs about lusting after lesbian jocks and hitting the supermarket while too stoned to function. Lost Time flew under the radar in the United States, but at home in Canada, the record netted Partner a nomination for the prestigious Polaris Music Prize.

Crudo Pimento - Pantame Music Album Reviews

The unclassifiable Spanish duo span 1990s-inspired alternative rock, glitching electronic percussion, mournful Andalusian flamenco, and the dread empty spaces of post-punk.
Murcia, a city of half a million in the south of Spain, lies amid an expanse of arid scrubland, so it’s not entirely surprising that a homegrown variant of desert rock might flourish. Crudo Pimento—the duo of Raúl Frutos and Inma Gómez—have made that music for a while now, recording unconventional takes on psychedelia and blues and Mexican son jarocho on homemade instruments, singing in Spanish and English and sometimes French, howling as often as they sing—sounding sometimes like an Andalusian Tom Waits or an Iberian Beefheart—with all the hardscrabble panache of a pair of frontier outlaws.

Pimento Cheese Potato Casserole

Pimento Cheese Potato Casserole is a family favorite that never disappoints. The cheesy potatoes get an upgrade with the addition of some green onions and pimentos. Then we add Corn Flakes for a nice buttery crunch.

Snowflakes Nail Art

Hi there! I'm showing you another design for winter and Christmas. This time I've decided to have snowflakes on my nails and I've used Konad for that. I don't have lots of Konad plates, it's not my favourite method of decorating (sure it's beautiful, I just find it more enjoyable to do designs myself) but this plate was absolutely gorgeous so I got it. I added some rhinestones as I've been wanting to do that for quite some time and I have bunch of such nail decorations that I don't use... so finally I did 😊

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Is Already Facing Issues

With reference to many of the posts that the owners of the Galaxy S10 5G have made on the internet, the handset is facing connectivity issues when it switches from 5G to LTE. For now the phone does not have an issue connecting to the 5G networks but when the users move away from 5G they need to connect to LTE, the data service is turned off and they lose a connection to the internet. And to make things even more worse, the smartphone does not get back its connection until the users try to reboot the device many times.

2020 Nissan Versa Preview

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Far less dowdy than beforeLots of safety techMore powerfulDISLIKES
Will mpg improve?Could get expensiveNo hatchbackBUYING TIP
Active safety tech is standard on the 2020 Nissan Versa, but smartphone compatibility costs extra.The 2020 Nissan Versa’s much-needed makeover means better looks and more power.
The 2020 Nissan Versa sedan borrows its streamlined styling from the Nissan Leaf electric car, but that’s about all the two small cars share.

Instagram To Cut Down Inappropriate Content

Photo sharing site Instagram has now become more serious in terms of the content. Just a few weeks back it was noticed that Tumblr had introduced a ban on adult content. Instagram is now moving towards the same direction and has announced a fresh crackdown on inappropriate content. The new move has been taken after a few changes within Facebook which is Instagram’s parent company.

Acer ConceptD 5 Review: Hands-on

As part of its new brand aimed at creative users, the ConceptD 5 laptop takes on the MacBook Pro with a much cheaper price tag. Find out more in our hands-on review.
Should I Buy The Acer ConceptD 5?
If you don’t mind the flimsy build quality, then the ConceptD 5 might be a decent alternative to the MacBook Pro. 
It’s a lot cheaper and still has some good specs, namely what seems to be an excellent screen.

Frankie Cosmos - Haunted Items Music Album Reviews

Four short EPs from Greta Kline feature the singer-songwriter at a piano singing her detailed and deeply felt songs with newfound conviction.
The objects in Greta Kline’s songs are like signposts along a winding road, underscoring the quotidian intimacy that has become the hallmark of her prolific output as Frankie Cosmos. Her beloved dog JoJo, taxidermied in a museum; a Sappho book read by an anonymous lover, observed through a bedroom window. For her latest project, a series of EPs entitled Haunted Items, Kline takes inspiration from the way objects can contain tiny emotional universes, permeated by the contexts surrounding their existence.

Prins Thomas - Ambitions Music Album Reviews

The Norwegian producer rediscovers the simple joy in his space-disco sound on his most cohesive LP in years.
At some point over the course of five solo albums, Prins Thomas’ space-disco sound slipped into autopilot. His perky beats and basslines were pure ear candy, but on his recent solo albums—2016’s Principe del Norte, 2017’s Prins Thomas 5—the really interesting stuff happened when he powered down his drum machines and let his tracks spiral out into synth-soaked minimalism. On Ambitions, the Norwegian producer born Thomas Moen Hermansen ducks back inside his groove-fueled wheelhouse, but this time he seems to be reveling in it.

HARAM - وين كنيت بي ١١​/​٩؟? “Where Were You on 9​/​11​?​” EP Music Album Reviews

The New York agit-punks’ latest EP is another menacing, distorted call to arms.
“Where were you on 9/11?” is a loaded question. For some, those moments were imbued with grief and personal horror; for others, the horrors came after the clouds of ash had settled, and a new, violent era of American political consciousness dawned. That famous, widespread sense of kindness and solidarity that was said to have briefly reigned in New York City following 9/11 did not extend to everyone; those who came of age post-9/11, in the shadow of the hawkish Patriot Act, remember something different.

Charlotte Cornfield - The Shape of Your Name Music Album Reviews

With a delivery as authentically conversational as her songwriting, the Toronto-based musician treats even the broadest themes on a person-to-person scale.
Across three albums, the Canadian songwriter and musician Charlotte Cornfield has crafted refreshingly levelheaded music. Rather than indulging dramatic flourishes, Cornfield is concerned with the search for comfort and health, and though her lyrics may seem slight, they are deeply felt. As a session drummer and a booker for Toronto’s Burdock Music Hall, her work requires personability, and personability is Cornfield’s defining trait as a songwriter. She also contributes the bulk of instrumentation to her new album The Shape of Your Name, and plays drums on every song but two.

Double Chocolate Brownie Cookies

Double Chocolate Brownie Cookies are an intensely chocolate cookie that is crispy on the outside and thick and fudgy on the inside, just like the corner piece of your favorite brownies. Add chocolate chips and now you’ve got a double winner!

Santa Claus! Nail Art

Finally a first nail design inspired by Christmas. This one I actually did because of Saint Nicholas Day that we celebrate today in Poland and hopefully you'll get some cool gifts and lots of sweets!

LG G8 ThinQ Review

The G8 ThinQ has plenty going for it, but unfortunately not in the areas that count for most consumers, and gimmicky touchless controls don't make up the difference.
Should I Buy The LG G8 ThinQ?
The G8 ThinQ has plenty going for it, but unfortunately not in the areas that count for most consumers. The display and audio support are both among the best in the industry, but bland design and a so-so camera let it all down.
LG seems to hope that gimmicks like Hand ID and gesture controls will set the G8 apart from its rivals, but if they do, it won't be in the way the company wants. Neither will change the way you use your phone, and before long you're likely to forget they're even there.

2020 Audi R8 Preview

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200-mph top speedGet a V-10 before they’re goneUpdated looksConservative style...DISLIKES
...but is it too boring?Very expensiveRear-drive model is goneBUYING TIP
The 2020 Audi R8 goes on sale in summer 2020.The 2020 Audi R8 is meticulous in its performance, a thrilling supercar without pretense.
The updated 2020 Audi R8 is supercar that’s serious about its speed.

Users Can Now silence Phones Through Google Home With New Assistant Command

In November 2018, search engine giant Google had announced a new range of features for the Assistant on Home devices and phones that also include the routine integration for the Android clock app apart from other additions. The new command will allow the users to enable Do Not Disturb on their phone with the help of a Google Home speaker. The feature was said to be ‘coming soon’.

XYZprinting da Vinci mini W+ Review

Fancy buying your first 3D printer? With prices lower than ever, we take a look at the XYZprinting da Vinci mini W+
Should I Buy The XYZprinting da Vinci mini w+?
As 3D printers go, this is one of the easiest and simplest to use. Don’t expect perfect prints, though, and be prepared to pay over the odds for filament.

Priests - The Seduction of Kansas Music Album Reviews

The Washington, D.C. band’s second album is dense with ambiguities, sacrificing their debut’s quotable one-liners in favor of character sketches about the everyday banality of evil.
In early 2017, precisely one week after the presidential inauguration, the Washington, D.C. band Priests released their debut album Nothing Feels Natural. The fear and frustration then gripping half the nation was the backdrop for their indelible first impression: a readymade context for alternately hooky and abrasive guitar songs like “JJ” and “Pink White House.” At the time, they were heralded as if they had conceived, written, and recorded a record in a matter of weeks, rather than months or years. In the face of a corrupt regime, punk bands were going to be great again, and Priests had the fortune and misfortune to be mistaken for one.

woods + segal - Hiding Places Music Album Reviews

On his bracing collaboration with L.A. producer Kenny Segal, woods gets painfully real about his fears, his doubts and irritations, and even his mortality.
As a rapper, billy woods writes about everything: The agony of romantic distress, the fear of retreading the past, the unpleasantness of talking to others. Within the first few minutes of Hiding Places, his new album with L.A. producer Kenny Segal, he ponders the financial permanence of a full-time rap career (“Quit my job to kick raps instead/So family meeting everybody gotta start bringing in bread”) and “five-dollar calls from the corner store.” Then there’s this from “houthi”: “Cut my shadow off with a dull knife/Whispered in its ear then sent it off into the night.” And on “spider hole,” woods telegraphs his disdain for humans in general (“No man of the people, I wouldn’t be caught dead with most of y’all”) and remembers a certain Queensbridge rapper's suit-and-tie gig at a famed midtown Manhattan venue in 2012: “I don’t wa…

Show Me the Body - Dog Whistle Music Album Reviews

The hardcore trio grapples with the ongoing death of their NYC home in their most cohesive work to date.
In 2015, Show Me the Body frontman Julian Cashwan Pratt told The Guardian that he was struggling to write love songs. “The city is dying” he said of his native New York, outlining the institutional and economic blows NYC residents deflect daily just to survive—displacement, aggressive policing, corporate homogenization. On Show Me the Body’s new album Dog Whistle, the hardcore trio grapple with the same conundrum, but while digging through the rubble of razed local businesses is disheartening work, Show Me the Body would sift through no other city’s debris. Dog Whistle, like the band’s previous records Corpus I and Body War, is quick to state the failings of the five boroughs—but it also aims to fortify the underground community in which it was created. As a result, the band have produced their most cohesive work to date, however one that struggles to maintain interest and energy th…

Tayla Parx - We Need to Talk Music Album Reviews

A songwriter best known for her work penning hits for Ariana Grande, Khalid, and Panic! At the Disco claims the spotlight for herself, but she struggles to define what makes her unique.
Of all the female songwriters who have helped pen chart-topping hits, only a handful have picked up the microphone in the 21st century—Julia Michaels, Bebe Rexha, and, perhaps most famously, Sia. But a host of others have been trying to launch their own recording careers for years: Emily Warren (best known for her work with the Chainsmokers), Bibi Bourelly (Rihanna), and Diana Gordon (Beyoncé). Now, it’s Tayla Parx who steps up to bat, attempting to crack the seemingly impenetrable barrier between being behind the scenes and in the limelight.

Peanut Butter Custards

Smooth and creamy, these two-tone desserts are rich in flavor but low in fat because they're made with reduced-fat peanut butter and fat-free half-and-half.

Sweetness Nail Art

I'm not really sure what to tell you about this nail design, I only knew that I wanted to use some sweet pink colours and... this is what came out:D It kind of reminds me of a military suit, well of course the colours are different but this association just popped up in my head. Hope you like it!

LG Introduces Transparent Foldable Smartphone Design

No one might have ever imagined that it would be possible to see a smartphone design that combines a transparent screens with a foldable form factor. South Korean giant LG has just patented such a design for such a handset this week after it experimented with some of the see-through displays over the last few years. It also then showed off a partly transparent OLED TV at the CES a few months back.

2019 Tesla Model X Review

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Doors with more flair than some supercarsPerformance and handlingSmooth, quiet rideQuick, clear 17-inch touchscreenDISLIKES
Looks like a bulbous Model SRear doors are a gimmickDisappointing interior spacePrices go well past $140,000BUYING TIP
Keep in mind that adding Tesla’s so-called Full Self-Driving option (formerly called Enhanced Autopilot) is essentially an investment…The 2019 Tesla Model X is no longer the only all-electric SUV you can buy this year. It’s swift, pleasant to travel in, and relatively practical, save for its somewhat silly doors.
The Tesla Model X used to be the only fully electric vehicle you could get in the U.S. that was truly fit for American-size family duty. Although with the introduction of the Audi E-tron this year, plus the Jaguar I-Pace and many more shades of electric crossover if you go smaller and lower in price, the Model X is certainly no longer the only one.

Dogman Movie Review

Chihuahua Man

Matteo Garrone's "Dogman" recalls much of his previous work, including his best known film, Gomorra. He is again dealing with the criminal underbelly of Italy in his new film. It's set in a run-down coastal suburb, and its central character, Marcello (Marcello Fonte), is a dog groomer with a little shop next to other small businesses, among them a restaurant and a gambling establishment.

Audeze Mobius Review

High-end hi-fi meets gaming action with this ambitious set of headphones
Should I Buy The Audeze Mobius?
It’s seriously expensive, but the Mobius provides impressive connectivity features, superb sound quality, and a great sense of spatial awareness that really immerses you in the gaming action.

T. Rex - The Slider Music Album Reviews

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the peak of Marc Bolan’s career, the extravagant and near-perfect The Slider.
In 1969, Marc Bolan published a folio of poetry titled The Warlock of Love. By that point, the man born Mark Feld had already been the guitarist of mod-rock band John’s Children (for all of four months) before turning his attention to folk-rock duo Tyrannosaurus Rex. Together with bongo player Steve Peregrin Took, the group released albums with titles like My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair... But Now They’re Content to Wear Stars on Their Brows and Unicorn. Bolan mostly sat cross-legged style on stage, strumming an acoustic guitar, singing with such heavy affect that his future producer Tony Visconti was certain he was French, not English. None of these endeavors turned him into a star. But the last line of that folio portended what was to come: “And…

Baked Rice Pudding

This homemade rice pudding is a sweet treat after any meal. Apricots and orange peel combine with the complex flavor of cardamom to deliver intense flavor to this simple dessert recipe.

Yin-Yang Nail Art

In this post I want to show a nail design that I recreated today. I saw a picture of Katy Perry's nails and I totally fell in love with this Yin-Yang design and decided to give it a try. I posted it on my Facebook (check it out!) and finally I can enjoy it on my own nails. Do you like it?

New Kindle 2019 By Amazon Does Not Meet Expectations

E-commerce giant Amazon is the one that has dominated the e-readers segment. Whenever someone thinks of buying an e-reader, most of us think about the Amazon Kindle. However, the competition still exists and the truth is that the most recent entry-level device from the company seems like a poor bargain. The price of the new device might be low but the budget reader has failed to meet the expectations.

2019 Mazda MAZDA3 Review

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Handsome sedan profileImproved ride comfortQuiet, well-trimmed cabinPromising interfaceAll-wheel-drive optionDISLIKES
Cabin’s space efficiencyWorrisome outward visibility (hatchback)Manual transmission’s been sidelinedBUYING TIP
Just want a basic Mazda 3 manual sedan, or a base-level hatchback with a stick? With the manual moved only to upper-trim hatchbacks for 2019,…The 2019 Mazda 3 keeps the zoom, but all-wheel-drive practicality and a vastly upgraded interior make it much more than that.
For many years the Mazda 3 has been the compact-car go-to for drivers who can’t afford to leave practicality and frugality by the wayside. With the new 2019 Mazda 3, the automaker isn’t completely abandoning that philosophy, but it is carving out the space for an entirely new kind of zoom-zoom: the mass market.

Samsung Launches Galaxy A80 Rotating Triple Camera Phone

South Korean giant Samsung has once again showed its abilities by launching its Galaxy A80 which is a new midrange phone with a camera that cannot just slide up from the rear of the device but can also automatically rotate so that it can function as a selfie as well as a camera and a rear mounted camera. The unique camera allows the device to be the first phone to be featured on the Samsung’s New Infinity display that was announced in 2018.

Acer Predator Helios 700 Review: Hands-on

Acer knows how to make some bonkers gaming laptops and the Predator Helios 700 is the latest such product with its moving HyperDrift keyboard and MagForce keys. Find out more in our hands-on review.
Should I Buy The Acer Predator Helios 700?
It's expensive and a bit bonkers but that's what Acer does with some of its gaming laptops. Whether you actually want or need a moving keyboard is a good question but it does seem to make sense with the large screen and cooling.
There are some high-end specs here so this looks like a power-house desktop replacement and we're intrigued by the the MagForce keys. We'd perhaps like the option for a 4K screen, though.

Autoclave - Autoclave Music Album Reviews

Mary Timony and Christina Billotte’s early band operated for less than two years, but the appeal of their jagged, math-rock-adjacent punk has lasted decades longer.
The mythos of the Dischord Records band Autoclave is similar to that of one-season-wonder TV shows like Freaks and Geeks or My So-Called Life: Most of the players are discussed in relation to the more mainstream, but equally beloved, work they’ve done since. More importantly, despite their relative obscurity while active, their appeal has lasted decades longer than the band’s actual lifespan. Autoclave never released a debut album, but rather two EPs that were eventually compiled in a self-titled CD-only release in 1997. Now, for the first time, Dischord has remastered and reissued that compilation (with a rearranged tracklist) on vinyl.

Mekons - Deserted Music Album Reviews

The legendary band's first full-length in eight years is a besotted concept album about the desert, once again revealing the depth of their imagination.
As someone who has stood in the middle of the Texas desert and gazed up at the night sky, I can appreciate the near-drunken wobbliness with which Tom Greenhalgh sings “How Many Stars.” As the Mekons play a gently swaying, not-quite-reggae rhythm, the vocalist/guitarist/founding member sounds like a man overwhelmed by the brilliance of a clear night sky dotted with billions of points of light, and all he can muster in response is a fumbling, not-quite-rhetorical question: “How many stars are out tonight? How many stars? How many stars?” When the rest of the band abandon their instruments to harmonize with Greenhalgh, it becomes a besotted sing-along, which is another way of saying it’s a Mekons song.

Ioanna Gika - Thalassa Music Album Reviews

The Io Echo singer’s debut solo album expands on the gothy, mythical undertones of her earlier work.
The music Ioanna Gika made as one half of dream-pop duo Io Echo was watery and celestial, her crooned vocals swimming through a pastiche of synth, koto harp, and violin. She and musical partner Leopold Ross dubbed their genre of music “New Orientalism,” donning kimonos in music videos and releasing songs titled “Shanghai Girls” and “Tiananmen Square.” The surface-level gesturing at pan-Asian culture was culturally insensitive, as well as a questionable musical choice: Mining influences without a clear purpose often led to songs that felt muddled and directionless.

Garcia Peoples - Natural Facts Music Album Reviews

The second album from these New Jersey-based Grateful Dead devotees is still indebted to familiar reference points, but finds the band pushing to expand.
You won’t get far with New Jersey quartet Garcia Peoples before noticing the unambiguous Grateful Dead associations. For a lot of bands, Grateful Dead worship stops at a reverent cover or a t-shirt design; Garcia Peoples commit. This begins with the band’s name (inspired by just being really, really into the Dead) and continues in slippery guitar leads, dusty vocal harmonies, and elongated song suites connected by untethered jams. On their 2018 debut Cosmic Cash, they looked not just to Jerry and co. but to a range of psychedelic masters: high-energy shredding channeled a lineage of nerdy technicality from Zappa to NRBQ to Phish, while gentler moments hinted at time spent studying private-press acid-folk records. The influences could be glaring at times, but substantial songwriting and a sense of giddy euphoria helped the album to tra…

Google Parent Company Wing Gets First Approval For Drone Deliveries In US

Drone deliveries have been controversial since its inception. Since years, the use of drones have been a topic of controversy and has been question over privacy and security issues. Soon millions of drones could be seen buzzing in the air while delivering groceries that you need to make today’s dinner, medicine that you just forgot to pick up from the pharmacy or even a hot cup of coffee. Some might visualize this as an efficient future while others might see this as the beginning of privacy invasion.

Olive Oil Tea Cake

Besides its normal role as a fat, olive oil adds flavor in this delicate and healthy cake recipe. This is the perfect place to use a fancy olive oil. Serve with whipped cream, strawberries, balsamic glaze and fresh basil, if you like.

Mondrian's Nail Art

Hi everyone! Today's nail design is inspired by Mondrian's art. Maybe some of you are familiar with this artist and his works, if not I'm sure you can remember quite similar paintings from old 'Sims' (am I right?:D). What I like about this design is that each nail is different, you don't have to follow the same pattern and just use your imagination or take a look at Mondrian's paitings and copy any combination that you like. Are you going to try this design? Let me know in the comments what you think!

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