We need some pizza, pizza, pizza, pizza, pizza, pizza.
One New Yorker's surreal experience walking through darkened streets of lower Manhattan.
Packing multiple synthesizer engines, sounds, and effects, Teenage Engineering's PO-16 Factory is a pocketable music machine. It's made with high-quality components like a Silabs EFM 32 gecko CPU, Cirrus logic DAC, and Knowles speaker, all placed underneath the animated LCD, eliminating the need for an external case. In total, it offers 15 sounds and a micro drum, 16 punch-in effects, 16 punch-in arpeggio and chord play styles, and 16 pattern chaining, with a 3.5mm input and output and a folding wire stand for desktop use.
The catalyst for change for runners, the latest edition of the pioneering adidas' Ultraboost 21 features even more energy return than its predecessor. Each pair is built with a Linear Energy Push which provides a 15% increase in forefoot bending stiffness for added responsiveness. There's also more Boost cushioning for added energy return during your run that leads to more energy in all aspects of your life. The Primeknit+ upper offers a more precise knit; 50% of the upper is textile, and 75% of that is made from Primeblue, a recycled material containing at least 50% Parley Ocean Plastic. Available in several colorways, they're finished with a Stretchweb outsole made using Continental rubber.
Presented by adidas.
Presented by adidas.
Most parents would be afraid of seeing their little princess getting tackled by a mob of boys, but when it comes to Sam Gordon, the guys have a hard enough time just keeping up. During her 2012 football season, the female running back rushed for 1,911 yards, scored 35 touchdowns, averaged 8.2 yards per carry, and wasn't afraid to take a few hits, when they could catch her.
On this edition of Lie Witness News, Jimmy Kimmel hits the streets to see who fulfilled their American duty by voting in the 2012 election, a day before the polls actually opened.
A lot has changed over the last 100 years, yet the unique beauty and diverse landscape of the country we call home have remained much the same. The United States of America takes a look back at the past century through the lens of National Geographic's photographers. From black and white shots of the 1920s and '30s to the digital images of today, it provides a glimpse at the cultural, technological, and societal development and upheaval that defined the period in each state. The images are accompanied by an introductory essay from photography editor David Walker, prefaces for each state section, and captions that help to fill in the rest of the story.
Dual volumes in a slipcase / 11" x 15.4" / 964 pages
With the votes tallied and the announcement made, Barack Obama addresses the nation as he accepts his second term as the President of the United States with this early-morning speech. Minutes before, Republican nominee Mitt Romney accepted his defeat with this concession speech.