Mashable
2 minutes
Lately we've seen just about every household object turned into a makeshift beauty blender, from condoms to kitchen sponges. But, one beauty blogger has taken things to a whole new level by bringing food into the equation by using a hard boiled egg. SEE ALSO: Beauty vlogger wants you to apply your makeup with a condom Esther Gbudje from London posted a video tutorial in which she applied her foundation with an egg. And, by the looks of things, it did a pretty decent job. A post shared by E S T H E R G B U D J E (@houseofsienna) on Mar 19, 2017 at 6:30am PDT In the video's caption, Gbudje explained that she'd seen various household objects being turned into beauty blenders, but she decided to take things up a notch with her egg blender "Well anyway did it work? YES it did. Would I use it again? Hmmmm, MAYBE." wrote Gbudje. Um, we'll take your word for it. Read more... More about Watercooler , Food And Drink , Eggs , Beauty Blender , and Lifestyle
BBC Two England
3 minutes
The police heroically did their job. But as is routine, the police together with the House parodies are reviewing the security of the Parliamentary estate, coordinated with Cabinet Office who have responsibility for security measures in place around government secure zones. All.
South China Morning Post
5 minutes
911 Operator PlayWay 3/5 stars Job simulators have become incredibly popular, regardless of how boring the career really is. Games allowing players to drive vehicles planes, trains, trucks, even commuter buses are common, but less so is this new wave of niche jobs. Always wanted to be an immigration officer? Theres a game for that. Run a newspaper? Can. Become a game developer? Yes, thats covered. And now, your dreams of answering calls, sending out squad cars,...
BoingBoing
6 minutes
Libretaxi is an open source project that lets anyone become a rideshare driver in less than a minute; it has more than 20,000 users worldwide, and is maintained by Roman Pushkin, who started the project in December 2016 and is now planning to quit his job and work on it full time. (more)
Evening Standard - Showbiz
7 minutes
The trio go in search of a driver and some "muscle"
BBC Two England
7 minutes
command for 15 years, and a soldier in the Royal Artillery before that. He was a father and husband, killed doing a job he loved. He was every inch a hero and his actions will never be.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
10 minutes
We played with this quote a little, tied it to a need we saw coming up over and over (growth) and used it to inspire our homepage copy. Creating a Cheat Sheet Josh and I created a cheat sheet like the one below for each different product. It tied together our customers' highest-priority pain points, the benefits of solving them, and the sticky pieces of copy we'd found. Everything we needed to write a page was right in front of us. Pain Point Eliminated Benefits Top Quotes Notes 1) 2) Wireframing Hold on -- isn't wireframing the designer's job? Absolutely! … sort of. Copywriters need to understand how the compelling copy they write will translate to the web to avoid creating intimidating walls of text. Designers need to know how to arrange the visual elements of the page to make consuming the copy an effortless and engaging experience. As for who should take the lead, there's no debate: copy should dictate design -- cramming copy into a pre-defined design makes it difficult to tell the best possible story.
Sky News
24 minutes
references the actions of the media, we shouldn't forget we talked about a number of people caught up in this yesterday, there were many journalists caught up either on the periphery of the state or indeed in the Parliamentary estate continuing to do their best to do their job in reporting faithfully what was happening. But I.
BBC Parliament
25 minutes
that the honourable gentleman has made. He references the actions of the media. We have talked about a number of people caught up in this yesterday. There were many journalists who were caught up either on the periphery of the parliamentary estate or in the parliamentary estate and continuing and doing their best to do their job in reporting faithfully what was happening
BBC News 24
25 minutes
the actions of media. We shouldn't forget, we have talked about people who were caught up in this yesterday, there were many journalists who were caught up either on the periphery of the Parliamentary estate or in the Parliamentary estate and continuing and doing their best to do their job in reporting faithfully what was.
Sky News
30 minutes
staff's bravery was commended. I join in, it must have been particularly difficult for young children in what was an uncertain and difficult circumstance and I'm sure they did an excellent job and I'm happy to join him in commending their work -- June.
BBC Parliament
39 minutes
injuries they had suffered, with just say they were doing their job. We owe them a very great deal. Can I thank the Prime Minister for the tone with which it has reacted. She has genuinely spoken for the nation in this moment. Yesterday, many of us.
Sky News
39 minutes
have done, whoever they have dealt with, whatever action they has to take or injuries they'd suffer, would just say they were doing their job. We owe them a very great deal -- there were two events. Mr.
BBC News 24
39 minutes
police officers would, whatever they had done, whoever they had dealt with, whatever action they had had to take, whatever injuries they had suffered would just say they were doing their job. We owe them a very great deal
Sky News
an hour
This is not an easy job, it is difficult. They are trained to do it but when the point comes, it is a difficult decision to take. But we are grateful he did that with the consequences we know. It is important we celebrate those values, I think it's an important element of.
BBC Parliament
an hour
had to make a split-second decision about what to do. This is not an easy job. It is difficult. They are trained to do it but when the point becomes it is a difficult decision to take. We are grateful that he did that and with the consequences that we know. It is important that and with the consequences that.
Sky News
an hour
those involved in acting against terrorism have the support they need to do the job. Could I associate myself with the Prime Minister's words and those of.
BBC News 24
an hour
all those who are involved in acting against terrorism have the support they need to do the job that we want them to do. Could I associate myself with the prime Mr's words and those of my right honourable friend the Leader of the Opposition -- the Prime Minister's words
BBC Parliament
an hour
as I indicated in my statement. Of course, we do want to ensure that all those who are involved in acting against terrorism have the support that they need to do the job that we want them to do. Could I associate myself with the Prime Minister's words and those of my Right Honourable friend, the Leader of the Opposition. Will she.
BBC News 24
an hour
able to have that link and that bond with members of the public, at the same time as they are doing that very difficult job of keeping us safe. We see it so often when major events take place, Royal weddings, the Olympics and so forth, but actually, he is absolutely right, we see it.
Sky News
an hour
a particular characteristic of policing in the United Kingdom that our police are able to have that link and that bond with members of the public at the same time as doing the very difficult job of keeping us safe. We see it so often when major events take.
Sky News
an hour
the Prime Minister assure us she will make sure the police forces up and down the country and the security services will always have the resources they need in order to carry out their job of keeping us safe?.
Sky News
an hour
response is appropriate. But we are very conscious of the job that our police do day in day out and we give them the support they need. I speak for.
BBC News 24
an hour
unfortunately, too often give up their lives to keep us safe. Can the Prime Minister assure us that she will make sure the police forces up and down the country and the security services will always have the resources that they need in order to carry out their job of keeping us all safe? I thank my honourable friend for his comments. And indeed, as I indicated in Maesteg and,.