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Ich habe meine blonden Haare rot gefärbt & bereue überhaupt nichts

Mal ehrlich: Wir haben fast alle schon mal nachdenklich vorm Spiegel gestanden und überlegt, wie wir wohl mit roten Haaren aussehen würden. Diesen Schritt aber wirklich zu wagen, ist dann nochmal eine ganz andere Sache – vor allem, weil rote Haare viel Pflege brauchen, damit du auch lange was von der Farbe hast. Bevor du also zum Fake-Rotschopf wirst, solltest du dir gut überlegen, ob dir das Ergebnis die Mühe wert ist. Wenn dieses Ergebnis aber so schön ausfällt wie im Fall von Chloé, fäl...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Braun, Nach, Kirsch, Farbe, Stirn, Einsatz, Haaren, Mal ehrlich, Diesen Schritt, Stylistin Emily Dawn, Farbschutz, Reihe von Glossings, Emily Nachdem, HauseVon Braun


Top VCs name the 46 climate-tech startups to watch in 2021

Fusion-energy startup General Fusion is among the 46 climate-tech startups that VCs say are set to pop in 2021 General Fusion VCs are pouring money into climate-tech startups developing everything from batteries to machines that capture carbon emissions. We asked 15 top firms and incubators, from Khosla Ventures to Greentown Labs, which startups they think are set to soar in the year ahead.  They shared 46 companies, which are developing wildly different technologies. The full list is avai...
Tags: US, Trends, Khosla Ventures, Vinod Khosla, Impossible Foods, Navdeep Bains, Kirsch, Greentown Labs, General Fusion, Benji Jones, Emily Kirsch, Karn Manhas, Annett Rozek


The 46 climate-tech startups that VCs say are set to pop in 2021

Fusion-energy startup General Fusion is among the 46 climate-tech startups that VCs say are set to pop in 2021 General Fusion VCs are pouring money into climate-tech startups developing everything from batteries to machines that capture carbon emissions. We asked 15 top firms and incubators, from Khosla Ventures to Greentown Labs, which startups they think are set to soar in the year ahead.  They shared 46 companies, which are developing wildly different technologies. The full list is avai...
Tags: US, Trends, Khosla Ventures, Vinod Khosla, Impossible Foods, Kirsch, Greentown Labs, General Fusion, Benji Jones, Emily Kirsch, Kendra Kuhl Nicholas Flanders, Etosha Cave Opus


Meet the 46 climate-tech startups that top VCs say are poised to take off in 2021

Glydways is developing a public transportation system in which commuters travel in electric pod cars on a fixed track. Glydways VCs are pouring money into climate-tech startups developing everything from batteries to machines that capture carbon emissions. We asked 15 top firms and incubators, from Khosla Ventures to Greentown Labs, which startups they think are set to soar in the year ahead.  They shared 46 companies, which are developing wildly different technologies. The full list is av...
Tags: US, Trends, Khosla Ventures, Vinod Khosla, Impossible Foods, Kirsch, Greentown Labs, Benji Jones, Emily Kirsch


Millennials are experiencing their second recession in a decade. Here are 23 of the best financial advisors who specialize in tackling their specific debt and affordability issues.

Business Insider surveyed insiders to find the most influential and engaging financial advisors for millennials. Douglas Boneparth; Mary Beth Storjohann; Rianka Dorsainvil; Samuel Deane; Skye Gould/Business Insider Millennials have faced one financial hurdle after another: the 2008 financial crisis, student-loan debt hitting an all-time high, soaring living costs, and now, the coronavirus recession.  Even high-earning millennials struggle to save because of both "lifestyle creep" and an ec...
Tags: New York City, US, Trends, Indianapolis, Brooklyn, Williams, Washington Dc, New Jersey, San Diego, Merrill Lynch, Miami, Bera, Seattle, Denver, Intuit, Castro


Willie Nelson, Dracula, and Boy's Love - quick book reviews

 by Mike RhodeThere's a very minor thread linking all of these books - men kissing other men, although Dracula... you can't really call his assault "kissing." Willie Nelson : A Graphic History by T.J. Kirsch with Jesse Lonergan, Jeremy Massie, Havard S. Johansen, Coskun Kuzgun, Jason Pittman, J. T. Yost, and Adam Walmsley, NBM. 7 ½ x10, 88pp., B&W, HC, $16.99; ISBN 9781681122625; ebook: $11.99, ISBN 9781681122632  NBM offered me a review copy, but I had already bought the book from my LCS. ...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, Music, Japan, Heavy Metal, Country Music, California, Horror, US, Los Angeles, Book Review, Vienna, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Biography, Harmony


David Kirsch, Geoff Suddleson Named Co-Heads of UTA’s Unscripted TV Unit

David Kirsch and Geoff Suddleson have been tapped to become co-heads of UTA’s unscripted television department. Both are longtime UTA execs. Kirsch has been with the agency since 2008, while Suddleson joined in 2004. Together, they’ll manage the agency division formerly known as the alternative TV department and oversee a roster of U.S. and international […]
Tags: News, UTA, David Kirsch, Kirsch, David Kirsch Geoff Suddleson, Geoff Suddleson, Suddleson


Russell Kirsch, developer of the pixel, 1929–2020

Russell Kirsch (previously) the American computer scientist who created a digital image of his son Walden in 1957, has died of Alzheimer's disease at age 91. The image, created on a SEAC, is widely considered one of the most influential images in the history of photography. Via TechCrunch: His research group used "a rotating drum and a photomultiplier to sense reflections from a small image mounted on the drum." In lieu of grid-based sampling of the image, a mask was placed on it pierced a...
Tags: Post, News, Pixels, Walden, Pixel Art, Kirsch, Digital Publishing, Digital Art, Russell Kirsch, SEAC


Russell Kirsch, Inventor of the Pixel, Passed Away This Week

Computer scientist Russell A. Kirsch, the inventor of the pixel and an undisputed pioneer of digital imaging, passed away on Tuesday in his Portland home from complications arising from a form of Alzheimer's disease. He was 91 years old. From a report: Russell Kirsch may not be a name that you immediately recognize, but his contributions to computer science made digital imaging possible. Born June 20, 1929 in New York City to immigrant parents from Russia and Hungary, Kirsch attended Bronx High ...
Tags: Russia, New York City, Tech, Mit, Hungary, Portland, Walden, Kirsch, Bronx High School, National Bureau of Standards, Russell A Kirsch, Russell Kirsch, NYU Harvard, Russell Kirsch Inventor


Russell Kirsch, Inventor of the Pixel and Creator of the First Digital Photo, Dies at 91

Russell Kirsch, the inventor of the pixel and the first person to create a digital photograph, died Tuesday at his home in Portland, Oregon, according to a report from the Washington Post. Kirsch was 91 years old.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Washington Post, Inventions, Obituaries, Pixels, Portland Oregon, Kirsch, Russell Kirsch, Russell Kirsch Inventor


Digital imaging pioneer Russell Kirsch dies at 91

Russell Kirsch, whose research going back to the ’50s underlies the entire field of digital imaging, died earlier this week at the age of 91. It’s hard to overstate the impact of his work, which led to the first digitally scanned photo and the creation of what we now think of as pixels. Born to Russian and Hungarian immigrant parents in 1929, Kirsch attended NYU, Harvard and MIT, eventually landing a job at the National Bureau of Standards (later the National Institutes of Science and Technology...
Tags: Photography, Science, Tech, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Thomas, Walden, NIST, Kirsch, Russell Kirsch, NYU Harvard, SEAC


Russell Kirsch, inventor of the pixel, dead at 91

Kirsch's first pixel image was 176 by 176 pixels
Tags: News, Trends, Pixel, Digital Imaging, Kirsch, Russell Kirsch


The Benefits of Hanging for Strength and Mobility

A few years ago, Kate and I got some coaching in MovNat (“Natural Movement”) here in Tulsa. MovNat is all about getting you reacquainted with, and better at, the kind of movements humans once did, well, naturally, but which tend to drop out of our constricted modern routines. To that end we jumped, crawled, rolled, balanced, vaulted, and more. All of it was fun.  The one thing we worked on that was surprisingly uncomfortable for both of us was hanging. Yes, just hanging from a bar.  De...
Tags: Fitness, Life, Kate, Tulsa, Bodyweight Exercises, Kirsch, Health & Sports, John Kirsch


67% of Small Businesses Spend More Than $10K a Year on Analytics

Businesses now operate in a digital ecosystem generating a massive amount of data. And making sense of this information is key to ensure the success of your business. So, it is not surprising 67% of small businesses are spending more than $10K a year on analytics. Even more revealing is the fact that 100% of the respondents in the survey are using a data analytics solution. The information comes from a survey carried out by Onepath to better understand data analytics trends by SMBs. Managers an...
Tags: Sales, OnePath, Kirsch, DepositPhotos, Small Business News, Small Business Growth, Brian Kirsch


The Carmilla Movie – review

Director: Spencer Maybee Release date: 2017 Contains spoilers When I put the warning ‘contains spoilers’ on this review it is not just for the film I’m reviewing but also, in this case, for the web serial that it is based upon. At the end of Season 3, Carmilla (Natasha Negovanlis) and Laura (Elise Bauman) managed to avert the apocalypse but at a great personal cost. Having mercy upon them, the death goddess restored Laura to life and Carmilla was made mortal. The series ended out in the real w...
Tags: Movies, Elle, Mel, Laura, Perry, Danny, Bronte, Kirsch, Vampire, Lafontaine, Carmilla, Elise Bauman, Natasha Negovanlis, Nicole Stamp, Spencer Maybee, Laura Elise Bauman


‘Highlander’ Actor Stan Kirsch Dies at 51

Actor and acting coach Stan Kirsch, best known for his role in the TV series “Highlander,” was found dead Saturday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 51. Kirsch who played Richie Ryan for six seasons for the popular 90’s show, died of an apparent suicide, according to TMZ. His wife, Kristyn Green, who […]
Tags: Friends, Los Angeles, Obituaries, Kirsch, Highlander, Stan Kirsch, Kristyn Green, Richie Ryan


Kirsch Hunting Bloodhound XTN – Xtreme Tracking Nock

Looking for high-tech deer hunting gadgets? Check out the all-new Kirsch Hunting Bloodhound XTN tracking device for recovering your big game animal.... Read more... The post Kirsch Hunting Bloodhound XTN – Xtreme Tracking Nock appeared first on Bowhunting.com.
Tags: Hunting, Kirsch, Bowhunting Blog, Nock, Kirsch hunting, Lighted Nock


Melt my heart

We enjoyed our annual fondue savoyarde (cheese fondue) on Christmas Eve. We started doing this toward the end of our years in San Francisco, probably at least twenty years ago now. It's a nice treat that doesn't compete with the upcoming turkey feast, and it's fun. For years we had a 1970s-style fondue pot that used that little can of Sterno for heat. It wasn't easy to regulate. Then, a few years ago, we found this electric fondue pot on sale here in France. It works great, and being able to reg...
Tags: Travel, Holidays, France, San Francisco, WCS, Kirsch, Food And Cooking


Former OWN COO Neal Kirsch Joins Gaming TV Network VENN (EXCLUSIVE)

The Video Game Entertainment and News Network (VENN) is staffing up ahead of its 2020 launch: VENN has hired former Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and Discovery Networks executive Neal Kirsch as its new COO & CFO, the company is scheduled to announce Thursday. Kirsch served until late 2016 as the COO & CFO of Oprah’s […]
Tags: News, Oprah, Discovery Networks, Oprah Winfrey Network, Kirsch, Venn, Oprah Winfrey Network OWN, COO Neal Kirsch Joins Gaming TV Network VENN, News Network VENN, Neal Kirsch


Pharma giants Novartis and J&J are putting their might behind 2 new technologies that could transform how we treat cancer and obesity

Technology is giving scientists better tools for developing innovative new medicines.  More than 30 drug companies are betting on an experimental approach that leverages the trash cans naturally found in the body to obliterate disease. Another promising new technology could turn the human body into a medicine-making factory, eliminating the need for injections at the doctor's office.  This article is part of Business Insider's coverage of the future of healthcare. You can read all our articles...
Tags: Stanford, New York City, US, Trends, Novartis, Qi, Forbes, Gene, Bristol Myers Squibb, Johnson Johnson, New Haven Connecticut, Wyeth, Immuno, Meira, Kirsch, Tallarico


'It's the next rising platform': 2 promising technologies backed by billion-dollar drugmakers could transform the human body into a disease-destroying machine

Technology is giving scientists better tools for developing innovative new medicines.  More than 30 drug companies are betting on an experimental approach that leverages the trash cans naturally found in the body to obliterate disease. Another promising new technology could turn the human body into a medicine-making factory, eliminating the need for injections at the doctor's office.  This article is part of Business Insider's coverage of the future of healthcare. You can read all our articles...
Tags: Stanford, US, Trends, Novartis, Qi, Forbes, Gene, Bristol Myers Squibb, Johnson Johnson, New Haven Connecticut, Wyeth, Immuno, Meira, Kirsch, Tallarico, Cancer Research Institute


Just Because Russell A. Kirsch Has Forgotten Who He Is, Doesn't Mean We Have To

Scanned photo of his young son Walden by Russell A. Kirsch,considered by common consent the first digitally scanned image Decline and death are an indivisible part of living. We're like flowers, which unfurl from a seed, grow, thrive, and bloom—then drop their petals, wither, perish and become one again with the soil in which they grew. In a way, finding it sad is...I don't know, indulgent? Some word like that. It's really only...natural. (The cycle of birth and death grows more profound to u...
Tags: Photography, Steven Pinker, Photo-tech, Around The Web, Michael Johnston, Michael C Johnston, Walden, Amazon US, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Oregon Live, Kirsch, Amazon Canada, Amazon UKAmazon Germany, Harold C Schonberg, Russell A Kirsch, Russell Kirsch


Books of The Times: A Cool Head and Warm Affections in Lionel Trilling’s Letters

“Life in Culture,” edited by Adam Kirsch, collects correspondence by the regal American literary and social critic.
Tags: News, The Times, Letters, Adam, Lionel, Kirsch, Books and Literature, Trilling, Adam Kirsch, Writing and Writers, Lionel Trilling


Plum Flaugnarde

Once again, I found myself with an overload of fruit. Sure, I like pears and apples, which show up at the market on the cusp of autumn. But I want summer to last as long as possible. So when I see good nectarines, peaches, and plums lingering at the market, I pack my market basket to the brim, carefully making sure the delicate fruits aren’t going to get bumped and bruised, and lug my beautiful bounty home. Plums are right up there with my favorite fruits of all. French plums fall on the sweet...
Tags: Food, Eggs, Recipe, Recipes, Dessert, Custard, Plums, Clafoutis, Prunes, Richard Olney, Kirsch, Custards, Justin Spring, Eau De Vie, The French Menu Cookbook, The Gourmand's Way


Sinclair, Hamilton Go 1-2 at USATF 50 k Trail Championships

David Sinclair winning in record time at the Ragged 50 K, also 2018 USATF 50 k Trail Championships, on Aug. 12 in Danbury, N.H. (Photo: Richard Bolt) It wasn’t the delusionally fast pace he was setting, nor the hazy mist of East Coast rain playing tricks on his eyes. When David Sinclair clamored past the 35-kilometer mark of the Ragged 50K trail marathon, which served as the 2018 USA Track & Field ( USATF) 50 k Trail Championships, two Sundays ago in Danbury, New Hampshire, there was no den...
Tags: General, News, France, Germany, US, Sport, David, Racing, New Hampshire, Skiing, Dartmouth, New Zealand, Poland, East Coast, Vermont, Hamilton


15 Incredible Day Trips from Zurich, Switzerland

Our Swiss guest contributor, Seraina, shares 15 of the best day trips from Zurich, Switzerland to take you off-the-beaten-path within two hours of your home base. Have you ever thought about the definition of the phrase ‘day trip’? According to the Cambridge dictionary,  “a day trip is a visit to a place in which you go there and come back on the same day.” So starting in Zurich, apart from reaching every single corner of tiny Switzerland, you could technically also visit Milan, Paris, Munich...
Tags: Travel, London, Unesco, Austria, Santiago, Cambridge, Switzerland, Zurich, Constance, Central Europe, Slow Travel, Old Town, Unesco World Heritage, Travel In Europe, Slow Travel In Europe, Bern


Why Reverse Mortgage Lenders Are Attractive Targets for Cybercrime

Cyberattacks have made weekly — and sometimes even daily — headlines in recent months, from landmark data breaches such as those experienced by credit bureau Equifax and insurance provider Anthem. And mortgage companies are increasingly a target, says one expert who has studied the market for cyberattacks — most of which today are phishing attacks, or those that seek information via e-mail purporting to be a reliable source. “The bulk of hacks that end up with a data breach are coming from phish...
Tags: Verizon, News, Finance, San Diego, Online Trust Alliance, Equifax, Hirsch, Folsom Calif, NPI, Kirsch, HECM, Reverse Mortgage, Justin Kirsch, Access Business Technologies


Free $1 Kindle eBook Credit + Book Contest

Enter to win a copy of Origin ($14.99 Kindle), by Dan Brown [Doubleday] and subscribe to the Amazon e-mail list : Kindle Daily Deals (US) and Amazon will give you a $1 ebook credit for free. Book Description The #1 New York Times Bestseller from the author of The Da Vinci Code Bilbao, Spain Robert Langdon, Harvard professor of symbology and religious iconology, arrives at the ultramodern Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend a major announcement—the unveiling of a discovery that “will change the f...
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Books, Featured, US, Spain, Barcelona, Harvard, New York Times, Dan Brown, Contests, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Royal Palace, Vidal, Langdon, Kirsch


Holiday Baking: Black Forest Style Arctic Roll from "Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook"

I'm familiar with the Buche de Noel cake, but this recipe from Jamie Oliver's Christmas Cookbook for an Arctic Roll with a German flavor twist looks like a show-stopper.  I'd be lying if I said I wasn't intimidated by the look of this, but Jamie Oliver has a knack for making something amazing with ease, so why not give it a try...   ARCTIC ROLL BLACK FOREST STYLE WITH CHOCOLATE SPONGE, KIRSCH, & CHERRIES Here’s a wonderful Germanic nod to the classic Arctic roll of my childhood. It’s easy to...
Tags: Books, Jamie Oliver, Cookbooks, Kirsch, Excerpts, Seira Wilson, Eating + Drinking, Buche de Noel


Top winter city? Leavenworth, WA

W hen it comes to holiday celebrations, few cities hold a candle to Leavenworth. Visiting the Bavarian-themed village during winter is like stepping inside your favorite holiday storybook: Snowflakes swirl, the scent of roasting chestnuts is the air, carolers stroll the streets, and the city literally glows thanks to thousands upon thousands of twinkling lights. If you prefer adventure to holiday nostalgia, awesome winter activities are everywhere as well. Strap on snowshoes to explore miles o...
Tags: Travel, Winter, Washington, Disney, Things To Do, Vacation, Food And Drink, Santa, Coffee Shop, All, Mozart, Trip Ideas, Outdoor Adventures, ULI, Leavenworth, Ninth Street