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Cozy, rainy day loft studio engagement photos

Happy Friday, Cakies! How about the sweetest, coziest rainy day engagement session for you on this fine spring weekend? Matt + Ela won a giveaway Kendra Ruth Photography and the team below put together in order to capture a love story at the natural-light-filled Lovt Studio in Toronto. It’s totally a perfect idea for our engaged friends that love the cozy vibe of at-home shoots, but want something a little more elevated and detail driven. Pretty cute, huh?! Ela says, I had my makeup done by ...
Tags: Toronto, Wedding, Starbucks, Interiors, Engagements, Matt, Aren, Ela, Kendra, Engagement Shoot, Crumb Berry, Matt Ela, Kendra Ruth Photography, Lovt Studio, Snowberry Botanicals, Kendra Ruth


The Best Work I Saw at the Denver Portfolio Walk

  Tick tock, goes the clock. Tick tock. It’s counting down the minutes until I need to pull out of my driveway tomorrow. (Tick tock.) It’s an early departure to drive 5 hours to Denver, fly to Charlotte, change planes, and then end up in London on Thursday morning. (If everything goes as it should.) I’d by lying if I said I was back to normal after the NYC/NJ and Portland double-double. I’m not normal at all. But, (and this is a big BUT,) every now and again, being jet-lagged can be a good thing...
Tags: Hong Kong, Photography, London, Denver Nuggets, America, Colombia, Portland, San Diego, Boulder, Ellen, Working, Baltimore, Santa Fe, Denver, Polaroid, Chris


MozCon 2019: Acceptance. Education. Donuts

Posted by PJ_HowlandWe’re digital marketers; we make our living in a constantly changing (and consistently misunderstood) industry. It’s easy to feel like even those who are closest to us don’t really get what we do. Take me, for example, I once mentioned algorithms to my grandmother, and ever since then, she’s been absolutely (and adamantly) sure that I work with clocks. Did she think I said analog? But despite the dynamic nature of marketing, Moz has always been a solid rock at the center of ...
Tags: Seo, Ross, Marty Mcfly, Heather, Aren, Shannon, Britney, Casie Gillette, Howland, Mozcon, Britney Muller, Casie, Heather Physioc, Ross Simmonds, Shannon McGuirk, PJ_Howland


Rainbow Cookies

These easy Rainbow Cookies have gorgeous sky blue homemade frosting on them! These gorgeous rainbow cookies are as delicious as they are beautiful! Easy to make for birthdays and parties, too! Rainbow Cookies Holy rainbow awesomeness, friends! 🌈These Rainbow Cookies came out SO SPECTACULARLY, I literally can’t even! Gah!! We are pretty rainbow obsessed in our household, if you couldn’t already tell from our other rainbow-themed posts: Rainbow Cupcakes, Rainbow Slime, or Rainbow Cer...
Tags: Cook, Instagram, Parenting, US, Recipes, Cookies, Dessert, Rainbow, Don, Aren, Lisa Douglas, Rainbow Cookies, These Rainbow Cookies


Google's new Pixel 3a was launched at an awkward time, when everyone is expecting a new flagship Pixel phone in just a few months — but here's why that's OK (GOOG, GOOGL)

This week, Google announced a new and less-expensive member of the Pixel 3 family,  the $400 Pixel 3a. The announcement comes just a few months before we're expecting Google to formally announce the new generation of flagship Pixel phones. The awkward timing has been a lingering concern of mine ever since I picked up the Pixel 3a for the first time.  But I've come to realize that it's not such a big deal: Google brings some of its best new features to older models of its Pixel phones. V...
Tags: Google, Trends, Pixel, Aren


A Whole Language.

I’m reading Dostoevsky’s Дневник писателя [A Writer’s Diary] with great pleasure — it’s what made him famous in the 1870s to a wider public than read his novels, and I can see why: it’s written in a lively, confiding style very different from the formality common to public pronouncements at the time, which strove rather to impress than to attract, and of course it’s always enticing to feel you’re getting an inside look at the life and thoughts of a famous person. I’ve just finished April 1876 a...
Tags: Russia, Uncategorized, Linguistics, Eureka, Aren, Dostoevsky, Petersburg, Kenneth Lantz


9 Things You Think Could Be Arthritis—But Aren't

Your joints are achy, stiff, and swollen. Run-of-the-mill arthritis might be to blame. But so could these other lookalike conditions.
Tags: Science, Aren


The mysterious wild cats of Britain

Growing up in Britain, one of my favorite folk fascinations/media obsessions was the alleged presence of big cats in the countryside. Fueled by blurry photos and living at the margins on possibility, the phenomena helped tabloids move on slow days and sometimes shaded into cryptozoology, ufology and other more delicious myths. But they're out there! Aren't they? There have been 155 big cat sightings reported to UK police forces in the past three years, according to forces responding to FOI requ...
Tags: Post, UK, News, Scotland, Britain, Hyde Park, George Monbiot, Wonderful Creatures, Aren, Surrey Puma


Pastel Spring Inspired Wedding Ideas

We are feeling all the fresh spring vibes with this egg-cellent inspiration! Just in time for Easter, ELD favorite Mikkel Paige Photography captured this adorable pastel spring inspired wedding design we know you will love! You won’t find any dyed eggs here- all the eggs are in their beautifully natural colors from the chickens at Jubillee Gardens. Magnolia and Grace Events designed the table to let the color of the eggs shine, with black accents to give it a real pop! The daffodils and tulips f...
Tags: Inspiration, Wedding, Brian, Anna, North Carolina, Blush, Yellow, Aren, Meristem, Mason Dixon, Off White, Mikkel, Mikkel Paige, Jubilee Gardens, Jubillee Gardens Magnolia


Don't Say a Word

Tommy Bolt, winner of the 1958 US Open, tells the story of an incident he had during one of his golf tournaments. Bolt arrived at the golf course for the tournament and was approached by a youngster, "Mr. Bolt, do you need a caddy, sir?" Bolt went to the caddy master and asked about the youngster. The man said, "He's a real good caddy, knows the course, the greens, and the rules of the game. But he talks a lot." So Bolt went back to the youngster and said, "You can caddy for me on one condition:...
Tags: Humor, Bolt, Don, Aren, Tommy Bolt, Mr Bolt


MozCon 2019: The Initial Agenda

Posted by cheryldraperWe’ve got three months and some change before MozCon 2019 splashes onto the scene (can you believe it?!) Today, we’re excited to give you a sneak preview of the first batch of 18 incredible speakers to take the stage this year. With a healthy mix of fresh faces joining us for the first time and fan favorites making a return appearance, our speaker lineup this year is bound to make waves. While a few details are still being pulled together, topics range from technical SEO, c...
Tags: Google, Seo, GMB, Ross, WPP, Knowledge Graph, Technical Seo, Digital Strategy, Andy, Joy, Ruth, Groupm, Don, Mary, Luke, Heather


15 Drugstore Sunscreens That Aren't the Least Bit Greasy

We get it: sunscreen can really be a drag. It's often sticky, smelly, and heavy. The thing is, wearing it is absolutely vital to your health and also the appearance of your skin. Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Debra Jaliman explains that wearing the product can prevent a multitude of issues. "Sunscreen should be worn to prevent fine lines, wrinkles, brown spots, and other pigment irregularities but most importantly to help prevent skin cancer," she said. Fortunately, there are a lot of great...
Tags: Beauty, Board, Aren, Beauty Products, Mexoryl, Drugstore Beauty, Debra Jaliman, Jaliman, SPF, UVB rays


Creepy Airport Face Scans Like China's Aren't Just Coming to America—They're Already Here

On Sunday, tech analyst Matthew Brennan tweeted an unsettling video of a facial recognition kiosk at Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport. The kiosk seemed to give Brennan minutely personalized flight information as he walked by after automatically scanning his face in just seconds.Read more...
Tags: Science, China, America, Flight, Airplanes, Facial Recognition, Aren, Brennan, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, Surveillance State, Matthew Brennan


Title History: Title Insurance if Paying Cash

My question involves real estate located in the State of: Pennsylvania We are purchasing a brand new townhome with cash in Northhampton County, PA in an established development (single-family and townhomes built and sold there for seven years). The title insurance seems pretty expensive, especially the "enhanced" version. We're questioning whether we need it, after reading stories of it being overpriced and often containing lots of exclusions to protect the insurer in case anything did happen. ...
Tags: Law, PA, Pennsylvania, Real Estate Ownership And Title, Aren, Northhampton County PA


Meredith d'Ambrosio in 1981

One of my regrets about my college years in Boston during the 1970s is not going to see Meredith d'Ambrosio perform around town. Back then, I was either at the Harvard "Coop" buying jazz LPs, at Paul's Mall and the Jazz Workshop at night during the week and at discos on the weekends. Soon after I started JazzWax in 2007, I made up for lost time, and Meredith and I have been pals ever since. Yesterday, I spent much of the afternoon with Meredith's Another Time. Recorded in 1981 at the Beacon Hi...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Boston, Jazz, Meredith, Johnny Mercer, George, Ken, Wilder, Aren, Copley, Beacon Hill, Bill Evans, Ambrosio, Jimmy Van Heusen, Ira Gershwin


Meredith D'Ambrosio in 1981

One of my regrets about my college years in Boston during the 1970s is not going to see Meredith D'Ambrosio perform around town. Back then, I was either at the Harvard "Coop" buying jazz LPs, at Paul's Mall and the Jazz Workshop at night during the week and at discos on the weekends. Soon after I started JazzWax in 2007, I made up for lost time, and Meredith and I have been close pals ever since. Yesterday, I spent much of the afternoon with Meredith's Another Time. Recorded in 1981 at the Bea...
Tags: Amazon, Boston, Jazz, Meredith, Johnny Mercer, George, Ken, Wilder, Aren, Copley, Beacon Hill, Bill Evans, Jimmy Van Heusen, Ira Gershwin, Bob Dorough, Hoagy Carmichael


Proposed Bill Outlaws Social Media Pics of Kids with Guns

Just when you thought anti-gunners couldn’t get any more invasive or ridiculous, they come up with something like this. It’s Florida Senate bill SB1310, and it makes it illegal for a minor to post a photo of a gun — or even something that looks like a gun — on social media. Aren’t these the[.....] The post Proposed Bill Outlaws Social Media Pics of Kids with Guns appeared first on AllOutdoor.com. Read the full article here...
Tags: Weapon, AllOutdoor.com, Aren, Florida Senate


"Beto O'Rourke said Friday night that he had been wrong for joking... that his wife has been raising their three children 'sometimes with my help.'"

CNN reports."Not only will I not say that again, but I'll be more thoughtful going forward in the way that I talk about our marriage, and also the way in which I acknowledge the truth of the criticism that I have enjoyed white privilege," he said...."So yes, I think the criticism is right on. My ham-handed attempt to try to highlight the fact that Amy has the lion's share of the burden in our family -- that she actually works but is the primary parent in our family, especially when I served in C...
Tags: Marriage, Law, Congress, Fiction, Cnn, Teenagers, Apologies, Amy, Rourke, Aren, Ann Althouse, Gender Politics, Beto O'Rourke, Beto Don


Elizabeth Warren took a shot at Microsoft’s Bing search engine, but she got one thing wrong (GOOGL, GOOG, MSFT)

When presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren wrote about her plan to break up major tech companies on Friday, she took an all-too-familiar jab at a particular Microsoft product.  " Aren’t we all glad that now we have the option of using Google instead of being stuck with Bing?" Warren said.  But Warren got something quite wrong here: Bing isn't that bad these days!  When presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren wrote about her plan to break up major tech companies on Friday, she took an all-too...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Elizabeth Warren, US, Trends, Warren, Bing, Signal, McDonald, Aren, DoubleClick, Bing Read, Waze Nest


Elizabeth Warren wants to force Google to divest its acquisitions of Waze, Nest, and DoubleClick (GOOG, GOOGL)

In a blog post on Friday, presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren detailed her plans to break up big tech companies — starting with Google, Facebook, and Amazon — to increase competition within the industry.  For Google, Warren said she would "unwind anti-competitive mergers" by decoupling the tech giant from its acquisitions of Waze, Nest, DoubleClick. "We must ensure that today’s tech giants do not crowd out potential competitors, smother the next generation of great tech companies, and w...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Microsoft, Elizabeth Warren, Trends, Warren, Waze, Bing, Ftc, Aren, Google Facebook, DoubleClick, Google Home, Waze Nest


Don Fagerquist: Eight By Eight

The octet plays a special role in the evolution of jazz, especially on the West Coast in the 1950s. Record labels loved octets because they saved them money without compromising much on sound. Jazz fans loved them because eight instruments seemed to be the maximum number the ear could hear distinctly. Octets also meant a lower risk of recording mistakes and re-takes. [Photo at top of Don Fagerquist] The octet wasn't a modern invention. The configuration dates back to the 1930s, when leaders wa...
Tags: Spotify, Hollywood, Dave, Jazz, West Coast, Wilson, Aren, Duke Ellington, Buddy Rich, Dave Pell, Teddy Wilson, Count Basie, Marc Myers, Gene Krupa, Lionel Hampton, Serge Chaloff


Wake Up Girls Final Sendai and Learning to Love It All the Way to the End

With the last of the Sendai stop in the rear mirror, the seiyuu-idol unit Wake Up, Girls! is only one more live away from disbandment. I’m just trying to grapple with it the best I can as a fan of WUG who has now attended the last few shows in Sendai. As to how we got here, let’s just say in Japanese popular entertainment, idol groups are common and idols of this variety come and go just like how their next-door-girl charms can be found, well, next door. There are a lot of reasons behind...
Tags: Japan, Usa, Time, Chicago, Anime, ANN, Nagano, Osaka, Iwate, Tokushima, Kumamoto, Aren, Tohoku, Aichi, MC, Kaya


Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: The street price on a Modern Satin is now $2450?

Author: Matthew Posted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 3:19 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 10 Only difference I've noticed is the non-locking bridge now has a big steel block rather than the small zinc one it used to have. Aren't they putting push pull pots on them now too? I also think they might have changed the neck wood or something. Nothing huge. I love my Modern Satin, but the neck moves every time the wind blows. Should've gone for a Modern with a roasted neck I guess.
Tags: Music, Matthew, Aren


Jim Steyer runs the powerful nonprofit Common Sense Media; now he’s using his influence to battle big tech

California Governor Gavin Newsom earlier today proposed a so-called digital dividend that would let consumers share in the profits generated by California-based tech companies that have been “collecting, curating and monetizing” their users’ personal data. Newsom added that he has asked his administration to develop a proposal for a “new data dividend for Californians, because we recognize that data has value, and it belongs to you.” It’s an idea that tech companies will surely argue against if ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Media, California, Youtube, Stanford, Politico, Disney, Alabama, San Francisco, Tech, Gop


'Ghost Apples' of ice form after freezing rain in Michigan [PHOTOS]

Aren't they beautiful? Here's how 'ghost apples' formed on this apple tree in West Michigan. Ice forms on rotting apples, and as the apples decay, they slide down and out of the ice that is left behind hanging off the apple tree branches. There's a longer explainer here: Andrew Sietsema sent in photos of the hollow ice apples to ReportIt late Wednesday night. He said he came across the interesting formations while pruning apple trees earlier that day. Sietsema said the freezing rain coated ...
Tags: Post, Science, News, Weird, Cool, Nature, Mystery, Michigan, Aren, West Michigan, Ghost Apples, Andrew Sietsema, Sietsema


Solo Female Travel in Mexico — Is it Safe?

Is it safe for a woman to travel alone in Mexico? ABSOLUTELY. Mexico gets a undeserved bad reputation for travel, particularly in the United States. Much of this is due to the cable news environment with its exaggerated narratives that Mexico is full of drug cartels and murderous immigrants. This is not what Mexico is actually like. In fact, the real Mexico is so different that you’ll be stunned. My name is Kate and I write about solo female travel for a living. And I’ve spent a lot of time tra...
Tags: Featured, Mexico, US, America, Los Angeles, Blog, Chicago, United States, Mexico City, Middle East, Tokyo, Fox News, Philadelphia, States, Kate, Central America


How To Decide Whether You're Ready For A Coach

LeBron James has won three NBA championships and is a four-time league MVP. Serena Williams is the winner of 23 Grand Slam singles titles. Arguably, James and Williams are among the greatest players ever to play their respective sports. Yet both of these elite athletes, and all others just like them, have coaches. Aren't they already proven to be winners at the highest level? By most definitions, they personify success, but it's safe to say that their coaches are critical to their achi...
Tags: News, Williams, Nba, Lebron James, Serena Williams, James, Aren


Fabula AI is using social spread to spot ‘fake news’

UK startup Fabula AI reckons it’s devised a way for artificial intelligence to help user generated content platforms get on top of the disinformation crisis that keeps rocking the world of social media with antisocial scandals. Even Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has sounded a cautious note about AI technology’s capability to meet the complex, contextual, messy and inherently human challenge of correctly understanding every missive a social media user might send, well-intentioned or its nasty ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, UK, London, Tech, Mit, Myanmar, Imperial College London, Trump, Aren, Roc, European Research Council, Amazon Google, Ergo, Fabula


The Manure-Spreaders of Media Sensationalism

Opinion The Manure-Spreaders of Media Sensationalism USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Here we go again. If you think the manure-spreaders of sensationalism who masquerade as ethical practitioners of journalism learned anything from the MAGA-bashing Covington Catholic High School hoax, I have three words for you: Ha, ha, ha. Last Tuesday morning's, uncorroborated claims by actor Jussie Smollett that he was the victim of a “brutal” hate crime by Trump supporters in Chicago went viral across social med...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Guns, Fbi, Chicago, New York Times, Donald Trump, EMS, Trump, Frank, Jussie Smollett, Aren, Michelle Malkin, CPD, Streeterville, CWB