Sometimes it can feel like we spend more time in our cars than we do in our homes. Especially if we have a long commute to work, our job requires us to travel, or we run a dad’s taxi service for the little ones after school activities. That is why is a good idea to make your car as comfortable and safe as possible. Check out these gadgets below, which will help you do just that!
Fall, our favorite time of year. Cooler temps, beautiful foliage, pumpkin EVERYTHING……plus the season’s best beer festival! The Great Beer Expo returns to Belmont Park Racetrack, home of the third and final leg of the triple crown of horse racing, on November 5, 2016. The Great Beer Expo will break all records of years past with over 100 beers for sampling. As the biggest names in brewing join in on the festivities, this year’s beer tasting extravaganza will showcase breweries from around the corner, around the country, and around the globe—more than 60 breweries in all!
When it comes to hair, it’s a genetic lottery. Some men keep a full head right into old age whereas others lose it in their early twenties and some cases even sooner. And when your hairline starts to recede and your locks start to thin out, it’s enough to knock any man’s confidence. Many claim that it makes them look older, believe it makes them look like their dad or think it makes them look less attractive. While hair isn’t the end of the world (and might not seem like a big deal to those who still have it!) when you’re going through hair loss it can seem like it is. If you’re not ready to embrace baldness just yet, luckily there are a few options you can try.
The New York Mets will celebrate their Amazin’ fans throughout Fan Appreciation Weekend in the final three regular season games this weekend when the Mets host the Philadelphia Phillies. The weekend begins with Free Shirt Friday at 7:10 p.m. followed by Super Saturday at 7:10 p.m. and concluding with Family Sunday at 1:10 p.m. on September 25.
The term permissionless innovation has been doing the rounds recently. It’s a concept loved by Silicon Valley-types who want to make the world better without having to ask first. It’s also something that appears to work.
Take the software industry, for instance. Nine years ago, humanity didn’t have the technology to drive cars around busy public roads without human assistance. Then, suddenly, researchers from Google and Carnegie made a breakthrough. They developed new, intelligent software that did the job, and the rest, as they say, is history.