It’s might be easier than ever to write everything down, but I swear it’s harder than ever to find anything.
You probably know people who are late. Often. They don’t want to be late. In fact, their good intentions are probably the reason that they are late. They might try one technique or another, and even apologize for being late, and yet it happens again.
Seibert shot the city from that spot month after month, season after season, which eventually gave him the idea to create a split-screen image contrasting Manhattan in winter and summer. When that image ended up looking too artificial, he hit upon the idea of creating a composite photograph in Adobe Lightroom showing the transition between the two seasons in a single, seamless landscape.
Popcorn-discodip, pretzel-toffee, framboos-knettersuiker. Je zou kunnen denken dat het bij Tony’s Chocolonely vooral draait om het verzinnen van aparte chocoladesmaakjes.
A study featured on “60 Minutes” is sure to alarm parents. Here’s what scientists know, and don’t know, about the link between screens, behavior, and development. A generation ago, parents worried about the effects of TV; before that, it was radio.