The world’s second biggest condom maker, Australian-based Ansell, has teamed up with biotech firm Starpharma to create a condom that actually kills HIV, herpes and other sexually transmitted viruses.
The ride basically entails you free falling through the air at 55 mph. There’s nothing guarding your life besides the massive, trusty net below you.
They start out as a set of fairly standard on-ear headphones. They’re equipped with Bluetooth, and there’s something SoundSight calls an accumulator in one side that stores and supplies power to the rest of the system. It sounds a lot like a battery, but “accumulator” does have a mystique about it.
The idea came to CEO Daniela Perdomo during Hurricane Sandy when cell phone towers were down, preventing a hefty sum of people from communicating with one another.
Earlier on in my childhood, it was easy to forget that I didn’t have the internet or cable TV. Instead, we had a PlayStation, a temperamental VHS/DVD hybrid player, and an offline Compaq desktop running Windows Millennium Edition, an operating system legendary for its terribleness.
Urbanism and nature do not always get along well, but when they do, the collaboration may create something really special and unique.
As adults, we may then reject certain healthy candidates whom we encounter, not because they are wrong, but precisely because they are too well-balanced (too mature, too understanding, too reliable), and this rightness feels unfamiliar and alien, almost oppressive.
Each song is a reflection of human progress and evolution, whether positive or negative.
Turning to pawn shops, check cashing services, and using payday loans to meet basic financial needs can be costly for many of us, with $89 billion a year going to fees and interest* for using these types of alternative financial services.
Food has gotten a lot more expensive recent months, thanks to California’s drought and to disease-thinned hog herds, among other issues.