SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileIn case you missed it, the site that gave this whole blogging thing legs added a bunch of features yesterday. Blogger had slipped behind more feature rich competitors over the years but software engineer Lexi Baugher reeled off some of the new functions in a post to Google’s blog. The internet search giant owns Blogger.The changes include the ability to:Add images, feeds and other elements to a blog without having to know HTMLMake your own template without needing to know anything about CSSUniverse hates Higgs boson, Chicago CubsBy John Bowman, CBCNews.
A physicist working on the Large Hadron Collider doesn’t think much of the theory that the universe is sabotaging the project to prevent the discovery of the Higgs boson. Might as well say that Nature hates. Continue reading this post. Genuine question, what do you say to people who take another machine that you are supersetting with? I do some accessories on these machines we have in my gym (they move with your body, pretty nice actually), and old people are always taking them. I have tried putting my water bottle / phone on them, but they just move them. I usually using machines right next to each other, and don rest any more than 10 seconds.
These moments, and there are several, are truly disarming. They are insights so personal that to listen in almost feels wrong. Though deeply melancholic, so sublime are these ten spectral soundtracks to the minutiae of a modern lover tribulations that their sorrow is translated into something more uplifting than unsettling.
When you walk into a typical business, you’re probably not setting foot in the company’s main office. Instead, you’re in a branch. Thanks to everything from globalization to mergers, more businesses are opening more offices and more employees are working somewhere other than company headquarters.
We’ll talk more about that with ABC news consult apartmeant Brad Garrett. When you look at these two cases what stands out to you. Well, Matt’s pointed it out. Filling the gaps is Frank Delgado, whose layers of samples and keys again lend the overall sound a satisfying richness though the ambience here is more organic than in the past.Compositionally, though, this is the group on safe ground taking cues from their post White Pony catalogue without adventuring into unknown sonic pastures. But don be disheartened, as this relative restraint rewards the listener with a collection that better for its conservatism. Rocket Skates and CMND/CTRL represent the record heaviest tracks, but neither challenges the likes of Elite or When Girls Telephone Boys, from White Pony and Deftones respectively.