Amazon Cyber Monday deals 2019: The top deals to shop today

CNN Underscored is your guide to the everyday products and services that help you live a smarter, simpler and more fulfilling life. The content is created by CNN Underscored. CNN News staff is not involved. When you make a purchase, we receive revenue. Cyber Monday has arrived at Amazon. After seven full days and hundreds of jaw-dropping deals, the mega retailer is offering up one last chance to save big on some of the most coveted items around. Monday’s final flood of Gold Boxes runs the gamut from the best tech, to home must-haves, and everything in between. Shop soon, or risk the items on your list selling out. It’s your last chance to take advantage of the year’s best savings and deals, so get your holiday haul and finish off deals week on a high note. Free yourself from wires with these Bose SoundSport true wireless earbuds in a limited-edition Ultraviolet with Midnight Blue colorway. They offer up to five hours of play time with each charge and an additional 10 hours with the included charging case, and they’re sweat- and weather-resistant. Whether you already have a Kindle or you just bought a discounted one, you can load it up with over 350 best-s...

The Backstory: These pictures are worth 1,000 words — and a couple gentle nudges

Late each fall, Seattle Times Picture Editor Fred Nelson toils over what he says is the hardest, and most rewarding, photo edit of his year: selecting staff photos for our annual Pictures of the Year issue. I usually start asking in October, walking by Fred’s desk and saying something like, “Almost POY time.” Early-November: “Hey Fred, how’s POY coming along?” I enjoy asking this when he seems particularly busy. Fred assures me he has put out the call to our outrageously talented photo staff, and that great pictures are stacking up. He’ll get to them soon. Late-November: “Fred, we really need POY.” Fred tells me to come by his desk later that afternoon, and to bring David Miller, Pacific NW magazine’s art director. Says he’s got something to show us. Here, he never disappoints. Fred has organized the photos into a series of spreads, with great thought put into the pairings on pages, and the order and flow of the photos in the magazine. Our photographers send captions for the photos; those are edited by Sandy Deneau Dunham, PNW’s associate editor, and me; Miller applies a little design magic, and look — it’s another Pictures of the Year issue. 2015 Ball Joint Bearing As always, ...

Report: Pipeline rupture caused by corrosion – News – Columbia Daily Tribune

MEXICO — A stress corrosion crack caused the massive natural gas explosion March 3 north of Mexico, according to an incident report. The report, filed by Energy Transfer Partners with the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, was released April 2. Energy Transfer is the owner of the Panhandle Eastern Pipeline, which ruptured approximately one mile north of Mexico near Missouri Highway 15. The company had 30 days to submit a report to the safety administration. The 30-inch diameter pipe is comprised of carbon steel, with a specified minimum yield strength of 60,000 pounds per square inch. Pressure inside the pipe did not exceed the maximum allowable operating pressure. The investigation did not find evidence of human error or control room malfunctions. The widest part of the rupture was 94 inches and the entire rupture’s circumference was 864 inches in a pipe buried five feet underground. Two people were evacuated from the incident area, but no injuries or fatalities were reported. Approximately $1.14 million of property damage occurred within the 621-foot potential impact radius. Highway 15 was cooked by the fire, approximately 50 to 75 yards away. A house unde...

Police dog caught stealing toy donated for children New York Post Page Six Page Six Style Decider

A pooch working for a Massachusetts police department was caught red-pawed stealing from a toy donation bin. The Franklin Police Department has been collecting toys for underprivileged children for the Santa Foundation — and recently noticed several toys had gone missing. After reviewing surveillance tapes, officers caught their colleague Ben, a golden retriever who works for the department as a therapy dog, making off with the missing toys. In a video posted to Facebook, Ben’s colleagues confronted him as he was attempting to steal yet another toy, a baby doll in a bassinet. When asked, “where you going with the baby?” Ben bolted back to his bed where officers found the other missing and now slobber-covered toys. Pet Bed Cushion Mat “When Ben saw the toys, he thought they all belonged to him,” Franklin Police Deputy Chief James Mill told local news station WFXT TV. © 2019 NYP Holdings, Inc. All Rights Reserved Terms of Use Privacy Notice Your Ad Choices Sitemap California Privacy Rights Do Not Sell My Personal Information Pet Bed, Dog Leash, Dog Toy, Dog Brush, Dog Bed, Pet Cushion – ChangTeng,https://www.petscarer.com/

Global Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Equipment Industry

NEW YORK, May 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Surface Mount Technology (SMT) Equipment in US$ by the following Product Groups/Segments: Screen Print Equipment (Manual Screen Print Equipment, Semiautomatic Screen Print Equipment, & Automatic Screen Print Equipment), Placement Equipment Market (High-Speed Placement Equipment, Medium Speed Placement Equipment, & Low-Speed Placement Equipment), Soldering Equipment (Reflow Oven, & Wave Oven), Cleaning Equipment, Inspection Equipment (Optical Inspection Equipment, X-Ray Inspection Equipment, & Laser Inspection Equipment), and Repair and Rework Equipment (Manual Repair and Rework Equipment, & Semiautomatic Repair and Rework Equipment). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World.Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2017 through 2025. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 69...

Xiaomi’s 108 MP Mi Note 10 Pro reaches Spain, yours for €559.99

Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 Pro has finally become available in Spain today. The phone is basically identical to the non-Pro Mi Note 10, it just comes with more RAM and storage – 8/256GB, compared to the vanilla model’s 6/128GB combo. Additionally, the main sensor has an 8P lens compared to 7P. Yes, that is literally it, and no, we don’t know why such a small change required it to get the word “Pro” tacked onto its name either. Anyway, if you’re interested, know that its usual selling price in Spain is €649.99. However, right now you can purchase it from FNAC for just €559.99, although this may be a limited time deal. If you’d rather buy direct from Xiaomi’s online store, you will pay the full €649.99 amount, but you will receive a €100 coupon for future purchases. That is, if you buy the phone before 11:59pm on January 6. The coupon will then be valid for purchases on Mi.com/es starting on the 16th day after you received your Mi Note 10 Pro, but you only have 15 days from that point on to redeem it. The Mi Note 10 Pro is available in green and black for now, white is still on the way it seems. The Mi Note 10 Pro features the world&#...

7 Cool Rucksacks Under Rs 2,000 For Your Next Hiking Trip

Have a hiking trip coming up? Get yourself the right gear to have a hassle free travel experience. One of the most important items in your checklist is a good rucksack that can accommodate all your belongings without being too bulky, while providing adequate support for ease of carrying. With many smart rucksacks available in the stores, you will find plenty of options to choose from according to your requirements. To get you started, we have listed down seven well-equipped rucksacks from Amazon that you can buy for under Rs 2,000. Have a look: This top loading, 45 litre capacity rucksack comes with drawstring opening for easy and quick access, and strengthened haul loop to take on heavier loads. This heavy duty waterproof rucksack comes with a rain cover for a hassle free hiking experience. It also has a separate compartment to pack your shoes. This top loader bag comes with sternum and waist straps for carrying ease. It is ergonomically designed with cushioned padding for shoulder and back comfort. This rucksack can keep your belongings safe and dry during rain or against accidental spills and splashes. It comes with 75 litres capacity. For added convenience, this rucksack com...

WASP begins work on TECLA, a 3D printed sustainable habitat

Just outside of Bologna, work is advancing on an ambitious construction 3D printing project spearheaded by Italian company WASP and Mario Cucinella Architects. Together, the companies are constructing the first prototype of a sustainable, 3D printed habitat called TECLA. If you are familiar with WASP, you’ll know that the Italian 3D printing company has been interested in large-scale printing and construction for some time. In 2016, for instance, it announced its plans to construct an experimental eco village using its 12-meter-tall BigDelta 3D printer. Last year, the company showcased its construction capabilities with the completion of the Gaia house, which was made on a materials budget of just $900. Its TECLA project, however, is arguably its most ambitious construction initiative yet. With an ever-increasing global population and strain being put on the Earth’s natural resources, there is an urgent need to find housing solutions that are not only affordable but also sustainable. Interestingly, 3D printing seems to be at the center of several proposed housing solutions (just look at ICON, Project Milestone or Contour Crafting). In TECLA’s case, WASP’s on-site 3D construction...

Fixing jaws: Polyester, polymer ties deliver unique design

Minne Ties non-invasive jaw fixation medical device minimizes patient discomfort, injury risk for surgeons. Fixating the jaw with wire and screw-based systems for fracture repair and corrective jaw techniques has long been used yet causes patient discomfort, and wire sticks can expose surgeons to blood-born infections. An alternative device could transform this invasive process. Minne Ties, developed during Altru Health Systems’ head and neck surgeon Dr. Alan Johnson’s involvement with the University of Minnesota’s Medical Device Center Innovation program, is a non-invasive jaw-fixation device that eliminates sharp wires, bone screws, and arch bars to achieve maxilla-mandibular fixation (MMF). “I detested the long, clumsy process of wiring a person’s jaw, but despised the process of taking them off of patients in the clinic even more,” Dr. Johnson says. “Patients suffer, and I felt responsible for not having a better solution.” The zip tie-like mechanism – one end a smooth clasp head, the other a blunt tip introducer – is packaged sterile to allow for quick procedures in surgical and non-surgical settings. It provides a steady force and secure bite to allow for closed reduction...

Column: Fuel market calm ahead of IMO changeover – Kemp

Fears about a shortage of diesel and other middle distillates stemming from new marine pollution regulations have receded, with distillate premiums falling to some of the lowest levels for two years. From the start of 2020, ocean-going ships will be required to use low-sulfur fuels or employ exhaust gas cleaning systems, known has scrubbers, under pollution control rules approved by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Fuel traders and shipowners have warned for several years that the switch from high-sulfur fuel oil (HSFO) to low-sulfur fuel oil (LSFO) or marine gasoil (MGO) could lead to shortages and rising prices. Marine gasoil is refined using similar processes to other mid-distillate fuels such as diesel and jet kerosene, widely in use by trucking firms, railroads, airlines, oil and gas drillers and farmers. Gasoil shortages could push up fuel prices for other users, with higher costs passed on to manufacturers and consumers, the U.S. Council of Economic Advisers warned in March. “The shortfall will likely trigger higher prices, though estimates of price shocks to fuels including diesel, gasoline, and jet fuel vary widely,” the Council wrote in its annual report....

Global Automotive Parts Magnesium Die Casting Market: What it got next? Find out with the latest research available at ‘The Market Reports’

Die casting is a metal casting process that is characterized by forcing molten metal under high pressure into a mold cavity. The mold cavity is created using two hardened tool steel dies which have been machined into shape and work similarly to an injection mold during the process. Magnesium is 33% lighter than aluminum by volume and has a quicker ejection time over aluminum castings. Magnesium is also better at casting components with thinner walls and tighter tolerances than aluminum. Almost as light-weight as plastic, magnesium has the advantage of greater strength and rigidity along with inherent EMI/RFI shielding, durability, heat-dissipation, and full recyclability. Currently, magnesium components account for only 1 percent of a typical car’s weight and it is expected to increase with technological developments. China with its magnesium reserve is expected to emanate as the leading supplier of the magnesium die cast parts. Access Report Details at: https://www.themarketreports.com/report/global-automotive-parts-magnesium-die-casting-market-research-report 2 Shot Moulding The global Automotive Parts Magnesium Die Casting market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expect...

Critical violations are those factors leading to food-borne illness and must be corrected immediately. Noncritical violations

Critical violations are those factors leading to food-borne illness and must be corrected immediately. Noncritical violations relate to maintenance of food operations and cleanliness. Noncritical violations: Six gallons of blue windshield wash stored on top shelf above wrapped cases of bottled water. Dust on ceiling in front of cooler fans. Grime on wire shelves of three door refrigerator. Noncritical violations: Food debris on handles and front of refrigerator in dry storage room. Standing water in front of mop sink. Noncritical violations: Dent at top of upright cooler. Splashback at three-compartment sink floor drain. Noncritical violations: Employee drink stored in reach-in refrigerator on shelf above open container of lettuce. Excessive ice buildup on freezer unit and boxes of food stored on top shelf. Critical violations: Soups and sauces underneath prep table left uncovered. Thick cut chicharrones with meat were 103 degrees and should be 135 degrees. Noncritical violations: Items such as ground shrimp, dried peppers and spices packaged in unlabeled zip lock bags. Sausage being hung in walk-in cooler on wooden rods. Noncritical violations: No protective grate over drain fo...

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