Thank you, SwipeLife
Marcio Kogan, this modern wood house is located in Brazil. The thin grained wood is coupled with glass, an ultra-sleek combination. Also, the wood prevents it from feeling too cold and stark, something that is very common is modern homes. My favorite part though, is the staircase, and the long dining area. I would buy this house just for those reasons. Click "Read More" for more pictures.
Morgan continues to be one of my favorite car companies. They have only improved on their recent limited edition Aero Supersport with chrome accents on the roof, and more direct headlights (so the front looks less like a dizzy fish. Okay, maybe that isn't the best analogy but you get what I mean, right? Good. Despite the hefty price tag, the interior still feels second-hand. That radio looks weird, like something you could buy at a cheap auto store. And the steering wheel is chunky but not very luxurious feeling. Not something you would expect from a $150,000 car. The exterior makes up for it though, that long bonnet is the stuff dreams are made of.
Today, while waiting patiently for my lunch, like the saint that I am, a large crowd of *ahem* African-American teenagers skipped me, and about twenty other patient students. This is not a unique occurrence, but the reaction of my friend, Dylan, made it quite comical. During the commotion, the screaming, and yelling, he turned to me, and very nonchalantly said "Why don't they just drop out already?"
This amazing device leaves me with only two thoughts: "I want one" and "iPad killer". This seems like something Apple should have done, and it seems that The people at Microsoft are picking up slack where the Geniuses got lazy. This is not a giant version of the Zune. It's a completely new UI, ultra intuitive and all. I can hear Steve Job's criticism about having a stylus now, but it works with the "notebook" aura that I'm getting here. It seems more oriented on creative types, and less like a better portable way to play media. One thing I really like here is how the interface seems to work together so well. Unlike the iPad, (which is basically just a fancy iPod OS) which uses "Apps". Even though apps offer a good deal of variety, they don't work together or contribute anything to the overall feel. Here though, everything works together, and it feels like it does. It isn't official that it's going commercial, but I don't have my doubts. Thanks Microsoft, for finally coming up with something revolutionary.
Thank you, Apple Blog
Thank you, there was rain