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    Stylish Glasses for Under $100 You Can Buy Online

    The days of spending hundreds of dollars on eyewear should be over, thanks to a slew of online outlets that can build and ship prescription glasses to you for less than a C-note. In the past few years, competition has brought prices down, and a virtual-try-on feature is common. RELATED: Best Sunglasses for Men A […]

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    Train, Track, and Monitor Your Dog With These New Pieces of Gear

    Is your dog acting up? Help him be a good boy with tech designed for canine training and monitoring. Here are the new pieces of dog gear every owner needs. The post Train, Track, and Monitor Your Dog With These New Pieces of Gear appeared first on Men's Journal. Source link

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    Life Is Strange Developer in Discussions to Make 2 New Titles

    Share. Dontnod is going public soon on the European stock exchange. By Alex Gilyadov Life Is Strange developer Dontnod is reportedly in discussions with a major publisher to make two new games. According to a story from the French publication Le Figaro (translation via Resetera), Dontnod is in talks to launch two new IPs. However, not much […]

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    Soft Matter Trailer Wants to Be Shape of Water Meets Get Out

    Love The Shape of Water? Absolutely adore Get Out? Well, then, someone has made a movie just for you. And it’s really short, so if it sucks, you don’t have to worry about wasting much of your time. That’s right, we have the first trailer for Soft Matter, and, well, you can check out the […]

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    Infinity War and Solo Are Most Expensive Movies in History?

    It’s no secret now that the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars movies have become Disney’s most profitable products, and they are certainly spending a lot to put these movies out. As it turns out, their next two releases may end up becoming history’s most expensive movies. The last three Star Wars films all broke […]

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    More Than 200 Million Eggs Recalled Over Salmonella Fears

    Photo Eggs that may have been contaminated with salmonella were distributed to nine states, the federal Food and Drug Administration said on Friday. Credit Matt York/Associated Press A company has recalled more than 200 million eggs after an outbreak of salmonella was traced to one of its farms in North Carolina. The federal Food and […]

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    ‘Mission Accomplished!’ But What Is the Mission in Syria?

    Veterans of Washington policymaking in the Middle East offered conditional praise for Mr. Trump’s restrained approach to the strike, if not necessarily his more bellicose rhetoric. In hitting three sites associated with Mr. Assad’s chemical weapons capabilities, limiting it to a single night and conducting it in conjunction with Britain and France, they said it […]

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    On Effort, Bias, And Being Productive — Smashing Magazine

    Summary Table of Contents Quick Summary Anselm Hannemann summarized what has happened in the web community in the past four weeks. From browser news and useful tools to hot topics and the things we should talk about more often. These days, it is one of the biggest challenges to think long-term. In a world where […]

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    Charleston Woman Finds Success with Intermittent Fasting Between Meals

    After years of yo-yo dieting and struggling with her weight, 28-year-old Kendra Burke of Charleston, South Carolina, says that she’s found success with intermittent fasting between meals. Intermittent fasting, currently one of the world’s most popular health and fitness trends, involves alternating cycles of fasting and eating. The fasting cycle involves not eating, while the […]

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