Liverpool Echo
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Hackaday
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3D printing has evolved to a point where dual extrusion isn't really that special anymore. A few years ago, a two-color frog print would have been impressive, but this isn't the case anymore. The Midwest RepRap Festival is all about the bleeding edge of what 3D printers are capable of, and this year is no exception. This year, we were graced with a few true multicolor filament-based 3D printers. The biggest and best comes from [Daren Schwenke]. His Arcus 3D printer is a full color, CMYKW mixing printer that's able to print in any color imaginable. The bizarre mixing hotend, powered by a brushless motor The electronics for this printer are, to say the least, very weird. The controller board is a CRAMPS with a few extra bits to control six stepper motors. The hotend is bizarre, feeding six PTFE tubes into a weird water-cooled assembly that mixes and squirts filament out of the nozzle with the help of a small brushless motor.
Daily Mail - Home
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Train fans got a blast from the past in Lincoln as a historic steam locomotive chuffed its way through the city.The BR Standard Class 4MT, No. 76084 graced the city with a flying visit as it made its way from York to Sheringham in Norfolk.Train enthusiast and photographer Graham Lightfoot was on hand to capture some stunning images of the beautiful engine in glorious spring sunshine on Thursday, March 23.It was a nice sunny day in Lincoln today, which made it ideal conditions to get out...
Voice Of America
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Qantas have revealed the retro designs and advice that once graced the pages of the vitally important safety card and it’s a startling revelation in how much times have changed in Australia.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Train fans got a blast from the past in Lincoln as a historic steam locomotive chuffed its way through the city.The BR Standard Class 4MT, No. 76084 graced the city with a flying visit as it made its way from York to Sheringham in Norfolk.Train enthusiast and photographer Graham Lightfoot was on hand to capture some stunning images of the beautiful engine in glorious spring sunshine on Thursday, March 23.It was a nice sunny day in Lincoln today, which made it ideal conditions to get out...
Lincolnshire Echo
7 days
Train fans got a blast from the past in Lincoln as a historic steam locomotive chuffed its way through the city.The BR Standard Class 4MT, No. 76084 graced the city with a flying visit as it made its way from York to Sheringham in Norfolk.Train enthusiast and photographer Graham Lightfoot was on hand to capture some stunning images of the beautiful engine in glorious spring sunshine on Thursday, March 23.It was a nice sunny day in Lincoln today, which made it ideal conditions to get out...
The Sun Daily
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Daily Mail - Football
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It has been nine years since Jay-Jay Okocha's twinkle toes last graced a competitive football match but it seems he has managed to retain much of the skill that made him a cult hero.
Ars Technica
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Tony Shaff, 44 Pages AUSTIN, Texas—If you ever attended a pediatric dentist or loved reading between the ages of two and 12, chances are good you've come across Highlights. The legacy kids' magazine turned 70 in the summer of 2016, and throughout the decades it has been a cultural constant. Everyone knows about hidden picture searches or the long-running Goofus and Gallant comic, but poetry from Lewis Carroll, Emily Dickinson, and Langston Hughes has also graced its pages (and unpublished submissions from the likes of Walter Cronkite sit in the archives). The Highlights brand has become such a part of the American fabric that it has been referenced in pop culture across decades, in everywhere from Beavis and Butthead to The Colbert Report , Mad Men , The Simpsons , Blackish , and Arrested Development . If you haven't recently flipped through the magazine, Highlights will likely surprise you after all these years.
Mashable
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The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a popular spot to climb for your average tourist, but celebrities love it too. Zoolander has been up there. So has Oprah . Even the musical genius behind "Sandstorm," Darude , has graced the Australian bridge's great heights. But now you can embarrass yourself and scare the crap out of yourself at the same time, by busting a move on a light-up dance floor installed on top of it. SEE ALSO: Instagram captures stunning electric blue 'sea sparkle' phenomenon It's called " Dance Floor in the Sky " and across May and June (as part of the city's Vivid Festival), it'll offer locals and tourists alike a chance to pull a Saturday Night Fever on a frighteningly-small looking patch of d-floor. Read more... More about Bridge Climb , Dancefloor , Sydney Harbour , Sydney Harbour Bridge , and Australia
Politico
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Dozens of people crowded around him outside, shouting his name and capturing his walk to the car on video that quickly made the rounds on social media. From there, the appearance graced the gossip pages. “Barack Obama: Crowd-Pleaser in Big Apple,” said TMZ. When the former president and first lady were spotted joining Bono for lunch at Upland, the upscale Park Avenue restaurant, there was also something of a stir . And there, as is the case elsewhere, the Obamasfashion choices were of particular interest to the media: The Daily Mail reported that Michelle was carrying an Alexander Wang leather crossbody bag priced at $995. They also caused a minor media sensation again in early March, almost entirely because the former president was sporting a slim leather jacket that the fashion world deemed uncharacteristically stylish. The event prompted newsy headlines such as “Former President Barack Obama rocks cool new leather jacket,” in the New York Daily News , and “Barack Obama got a leather jacket because he is a fashion dad now,” in Mashable .
The Sun Daily - Style
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Kent Online
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Buyers will have to shell out £1,000 to take home a landmark that has graced the roof of several businesses.
Cotswold Journal
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TIME - Top Stories
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Yes, it really has been 25 whole years since Zac, Isaac, and Taylor Hanson , the cherubic and precocious long-haired band of brothers from Oklahoma, first started making tunes together. Now well into their twenties and thirtieswith kids of their ownthey're bringing the band back together for a worldwide reunion tour . the Middle of Everywhere tour kicks off in Germany this summer and will make pitstops everywhere from Texas to Canada through the fall, with further dates abroad yet to be scheduled. The indelible classic Mmmbop first graced airwaves two decades past in 1997 ; they had started making sweet jams together when Zac, the youngest, was just seven. While their fame probably peaked somewhere around the age of Mmmbop, the trio haven't been resting on their laurels. They started a brand of beer named after them in 2013 (called Mmmhops, naturally) and originated Oklahoma's festival Hop Jam Beer and Music Festival, a feat of branding.
EVO News
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Jordan Katsianis 15 Mar 2017 A last-minute sponsor change has left Force India with an interesting new livery on its 2017 Formula 1 car. Entering a new long-term partnership with Austrian water company Best Water Company, Force India has shunned its previous silver and orange livery in lieu of a striking pink, silver and magenta theme. Symbolising Force India’s solidity in the sport, the livery change is an "a sign of how far [they] have come as a team with our strong results and completes a solid commercial performance over the winter.” says team principle Dr Vijay Mallya. While the look is sure to make the new Force India stand out in the paddock this year, it also made us think about the best and worst liveries that have graced the Formula One grid in the past Most controversial liveries in F1: BAR 01 - 1999 Image 2 of 7 Image 2 of 7 BAR or British American Racing wanted to launch its two cars in the 1999 season donning different liveries representing a different sponsor.
Variety
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Daily Mail - USA
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The Full Worm Moon' peaked over the weekend much to the enjoyment of bemused onlookers as it graced some of the nation's most famous skylines.
Forbes
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Back in 2006 around the launch of the Wii, we were graced with a new 'Zelda' game. Called Twilight Princess' it eschewed the cel-shaded approach in 'Wind Waker' and opted for a darker take on the series. The first volume of the manga adaptation then is very much overdue.
Techradar
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When it comes to special edition consoles, it's about a 50/50 split between 'Pretty nice' and 'What the hell were they thinking?'. A recent Game of Thrones Xbox One effort definitely falls into the latter camp. Just feast your eyes on the thing. Not only does it look like someone left an Xbox One out to rust, the giant metal rings sticking out the top mean you won't be easily slipping this thing under the TV. Luckily, the console is exclusive to Xbox France and only available through a competition, but it's not the first bad tie-in console that has graced us with its presence. Here are a few of the worst. There's nothing I love more than the refreshing taste of Mountain Dew as I chow down on some Doritos and get stuck into a bit of Halo. If only there was a console that spoke to my lifestyle; a console my friends could look at and say, "Yes, this is a man who knows how to Dew it".
Petrolicious
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Niels van Roij’s work has previously been featured on Petrolicious in the form of his beautifully assembled book on Fiat’s Dino Coupé , and we are now pleased to add a selection of his original artwork to our shop as well. Nielspieces include treatments of oddballs like the Ferrari 412, a unique presentation of the raw aggression inherent in the 365 Daytona, a careful study of Porsche’s 356, and other inspired takes on such timeless modern classics as the Porsche 928 and Ferrari 288 GTO. These cars have graced many canvases, have been rendered countless times with modern software, and have surely been drawn by kids and adults alike since the day of their debut, so we wanted to get Niels’ take on how he landed on the daunting task of doing artistic justice to these iconic cars in a fresh way. Upon seeing his collection, it’s immediately apparent that there’s no cut-and-paste business going on here: each piece has a unique look and feel to it that complements the subject matter.
Nottingham Evening Post
20 days
A chance discovery when a portrait was cleaned revealed the face of an arch enemy of Bonnie Prince CharlieNot everyone can say that their grandfather owned a castle but local woman, Susie Dean, who lived near Grantham, could have done so had she wished, writes Nigel Kirk.Susie, who died in late 2015, inherited family portraits, furniture, silver and jewels, amongst many other items that had once graced several earlier family homes including historic Fingask Castle near Perth, Scotland.Piecing...