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 投稿者:Mark  投稿日:2012年 4月17日(火)11時06分12秒
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When it comes to great lenses it seems like innovation still happens at a glacial pace. Of course  one could just blame it on an age where new mobile phones are announced every 29 hours  but we digress. Good things come to those who wait and the Nikon 50mm f/1.8G AF-S ($220) is certainly just that. Sure  it may look similar to its Nikkor predecessor but inside youll find piles of new technology: built-in ultra-fast Silent Wave Motor technology for self-focusing on all Nikon cameras fake bedat & co watch   a focus-mode switch replica watches   and most importantly an aspherical lens optical setup  something usually not found in this price range  which yields creamier background blur and better contrast. Long story short  better photos.

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35 Degrees Premium Aged Steaks

 投稿者:Silvester  投稿日:2012年 4月12日(木)10時43分40秒
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We love a great steakhouse but shelling out coin for a healthy dose of pomp and circumstance isnt always our preference. The problem is  access to exceptional meat isnt always readily available or convenient. Luckily theres a secret on this fantastic thing we call the web that bestows its buyers access to premium butcher cuts sourced from some of Americas best farms that are normally reserved for top-tier steakhouses. Its not some secret password protected website hidden deep within the bowels of a forum either. Its simply called 35 Degrees.

Purveying premium aged steaks and other prime meats  35 Degrees offers pre-selected assortments with names like Queen and King  The Farm and Manly Man  or our recommendation  a ten to twelve pound box where you can select any cut ranging from a 12 oz Korabuta Pork Rib Chop to a 120 oz New York Roast. Fill up all 176 oz  swipe the card and boom  a bounty of protein arrives at your door the next day  meat magic  we say. All the mainstays like Porterhouse  Filet Mignon and racks of lamb are in full attendance along with half-pack assortments for smaller appetites (not you  we hope). The 35 Degrees website makes the ordering process a delight and your protein is always shipped fresh replica watches   vacuum packed in packaging that will have you about as excited as youd be unboxing Apples latest gadget. Looks like you really can have your Porterhouse and eat it replica tag heuer watches   too.

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Daily Briefing: 7.22.11

 投稿者:John  投稿日:2012年 4月 3日(火)12時30分45秒
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Can You Pass Harvards 1869 Entrance Exam?Business Insider

Secret Behind How to Read Car Dealership Pricing Stickerspopurls

The War for Catch-22 (long read)Vanity Fair

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 投稿者:Clyde  投稿日:2012年 3月31日(土)16時03分43秒
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Well see you at the Pop Up Flea. Begins Friday replica watches  replica girard perregaux watch   3pm at 159 Bleeker St  NYC. Until then  heres the preview.

 

Briefings: The SAT, Don Johnson vs. Atlantic City, 110 Best DIY Tips, Earth + Stars, and Conversation

 投稿者:DorisDoreen  投稿日:2012年 3月28日(水)12時59分15秒
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As spring has commenced, we thought we’d honor the new season, warm weather in New York, cherry blossoms in DC, and people generally wearing a lot less clothing by sharing some stories that offer a fresh look at topics we may already know a thing or two about.

It’s a big and complicated world. We’re at tips [at] gearpatrol.com if you think there’s something we should know about.

1. What to Revisit | The SAT

Standardized tests didn’t entirely disappear from our lives after high school and college; anyone who’s applied for a few jobs has probably taken some sort of aptitude battery or psychological exam. The difference is we’re no longer young and lazy or stoned. On the other hand, we used to know how to do math. A 35-year-old Deadspin writer revisits the SAT reasoning test to find out if wisdom really does come with age.

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<hr size="1px" width="75%" align="center"/>2. What to Mimic | Don Johnson vs. Atlantic City

We’re not talking about detective Sonny Crockett here, though we’re pretty sure he’d break Atlantic City over his knee, too. This Don Johnson took Atlantic City for no less than $15 million playing high stakes blackjack, using a combo of skill and negotiations for better odds at the table. “When casinos started getting desperate, Johnson was perfectly poised to take advantage of them. He had the money to wager big, he had the skill to win, and he did not have enough of a reputation for the casinos to be wary of him.” A good American story. We like it.

<hr size="1px" width="75%" align="center"/>3. What to DIY | Answer: Most Things. The 110 Best DIY Tips Ever.

Popular Mechanics just turned 110. We know of few things that live that long and still have their wits about them?actually lobsters are all that come to mind. In honor of the anniversary, the editors have compiled 110 of their best DIY tips from the last century plus: fortifying studs (thanks, but we’re fine), amping a radio with a jar, making a bottle opener with a nail and some wood, leveling a billiard table, waterproofing matchbooks with parrafin, and so on. More tinkering, less time at the computer.

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<hr size="1px" width="75%" align="center"/>4. What to Watch | Earth + Stars

Wired has a groovy time-lapse video of the earth and stars from the perspective of the International Space Station. The video was made by photographer Alex Rivest using publicly available content from NASA and some real mellow tunes by London PM. Best view with noise-canceling headphones and a scotch & soda.

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<hr size="1px" width="75%" align="center"/>5. What to Talk About | Conversation

We know the scene well: a conversation slows down, people start reaching for their phones instead of picking up the slack, somebody mumbles a few words about a YouTube video with slip-and-fall accidents. It’s increasingly the way things are, but it’s not inexorable. The FT’s John McDermott takes a look at the art of conversation, including enrolling in a class about it, and wonders if it’s doomed. “But I suspect my classmates were after that most basic thing, human connection,” he writes. “Whatever it was ? technology, break-up, bereavement ? that made them attend, all wanted stronger relationships. They just weren’t sure how.” Worth a read. We don’t think you need a class, though.

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 投稿者:teacup.運営  投稿日:2012年 3月28日(水)12時57分52秒
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