Teddy bears make a sweet gift when you’re dating someone, but when the relationship goes south, it’s often the plush toy that suffers. In the short filmTeddy Bears are for Lovers, a group of long-suffering teddies decide to team up against the guy they feel did their owners wrong.
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OK, so the video above is proof that a Tesla can be faster than a Lamborghini. Don’t believe that it happened? Let’s have science explain it!
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Patents for ballpoint pens go back to the late 1800s, but it took half a century to develop good, fast-drying inks. Bic, Pilot, and other makers jealously guard their formulas, but to get that classic ballpoint blue, these companies mix up a cocktail of colorants.
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Yep, Nike went ahead and slapped the “Oreo” colorway on the Kobe 11. But there’s a catch: the shoe wearing the mixture of grey, black, and white is a kids’ exclusive.
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The vast majority of boats rely on fossil fuels that tax the environment. Fortunately, alternative energy is on the rise in the marine world, and solar-powered ships are prepared to sail into a much cleaner future. It’s been a few years since the world’s largest (at the time) solar-powered shipcompleted its journey around the world, and a number of a fresh concepts are now awaiting construction.
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How do you build a personal brand?
The first step is understanding who you are–or, better said, what type of “content producer” you are. Building a personal brand is all about emphasizing your best qualities, your value offerings, and putting those at the forefront of what you do. So, before you can do that, you have to understand what those qualities are. What are you really great at?
Continue reading There Are 7 Different Personal Brand Archetypes. Which One Are You? →