I an Uber driver. A couple months ago I pick up a guy, the drop off is at an auto shop. He tells me along the way that he picking his ride up from getting wrapped. Crumley also allows his protagonists to age, which most crime fiction heroes seem miraculously immune to. Milo, for example, is a Korean war vet (Sughrue fought in Vietnam), which makes him a good 60 years old. Taking inventory of his various wounds and scars, heartbreaks, and shattered bones can burn up a full page..
Maria Sharapova is back in black. Open, her first Grand Slam event after a 15 month doping ban, in a black dress that featured lace in the sleeveless top and shimmering Swarovski crystals dotting the skirt. Open title in 2006 and because it evokes the image of Hepburn and her classic Givenchy dress.
First weekend, I remember we just got ran off our feet, Blume recalls with a laugh. Had no idea what type of impact it would have. Then, Blume and his team have introduced a new burger every year. The arrival of these investors reflects the reality that football clubs have moved beyond such traditional revenue streams as turnstile takings, TV rights and corporate sponsorship. Today, clubs such as Manchester United and Arsenal are global brands, whose shirts are as likely to occur on the streets of Beijing and Bangkok as they are to be seen in the refugee camps of Gaza and the alleyways of East Baghdad. With millions of fans around the world tuning in via satellite to every game, the possibilities for merchandising are suddenly endless.
So project based instruction is really asking the question of: “What kind of work can we engage our students with that they will find meaningful? And (what) will make an actual difference in their community?” And more importantly, asking how can we connect that engaging type of work with the curriculum so that at the end of the day, our students are still learning the math that they need to learn. And the final project (of the course) is pulling it all together. This is really one of the big outreach things Cal is offering in the local community..
Inside the shoe’s sole is a Bluetooth receiver that connects the displays to a smartphone app.Patterns including polka dots, animal stripes and flowers can then be selected and ‘sent’ to the displays on the shoes.The shoe also has physical customisation options.On the top of the toe and back of the heel are anchors, to which the wearer can attach accessories a flower or bow on the toe, for example, and an ankle strap on the back.A wireless module, also in the sole, allows the shoe’s display to be charged wirelesslyPatterns including polka dots, animal stripes and flowers can then be selected and ‘sent’ to the displays on the shoes.’The Volvorii’s clean, elegant, sturdy design brings gravitas, respect and formality in an unmistakable way,’ said the campaign page.The shoe also has physical customisation options.On the top of the toe and back of the heel are anchors, to which the wearer can attach accessories a flower or bow on the toe, for example, and an ankle strap on the back.They are made of rubber and leather in European sizes 36 to 40.A range of smaller and larger sizes are still in development.Another wireless module in the sole allows the shoe’s display to be charged without cables.However, because e ink requires so little power, it will only need to be charged ‘between two and six months’ at the most.So far, the iShuu team has created a working prototype as part of the Louis Vuitton Prize for young fashion designers, but now the team is hoping to turn the prototype into a final product.A wireless module, also in the sole, allows the shoe’s display to be charged without cables. However, because e ink requires so little power it will only need to be charged ‘between two and six months’ at mostThe team is offering the Volvorii Timeless shoes $249 (167) from Indiegogo, but he retail price after the campaign ends has not yet been announced.The team is estimating a delivery date of December this year.It is hoping to raise $50,000 (33,600) by the 12 April and has so far raised more than $21,400 (14,300).The Fashion Entertainments (FES) watch is raising money on crowdfunding site Makuake, and was created with help from Sony. It features 24 design patterns that can be selected at the touch of a button, has a basic design and is said to last up to 60 days on a single button batteryJAPANESE SMARTWATCH USES ITS STRAP AS A DISPLAY TO TRANSFORM INTO 24 DIFFERENT DESIGNS The Fashion Entertainments (FES) watch is raising money on crowdfunding site Makuake and is said to have been created with help from Sony.The Japanese tech giant confirmed its involvement with the startup to the Wall Street Journal in November and people involved in the project admitted the tech firm’s name was kept a secret to see if there was demand for the gadget.An official release date has not been announced, but customers can pre order a FES watch (pictured, including its 24 strap designs) from Makuake, and the device is expected to ship internationally in MayThis demand has been proved by the fact the campaign surpassed its fundraising goal of 2 million yen (10,700/$17,000) in three weeks, with 140 supporters.According to the campaign page, the watch features 24 design patterns that can be selected at the touch of a button..