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F-35 fighters combat ready, Air Force says

<b>(CNN) —</b> The U.S. Air Force says the most expensive weapons system in its history is ready for combat.<p>The service said Tuesday that its version of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the F-35A Lightning, has reached IOC (Initial Operating Capability), meaning that it is developed enough and has passed …

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Essie Winter 2011 Cocktail Bling Collection

Taking a break from my Korean polishes to show you the Essie winter 2011 collection: Cocktail Bling! I couldn't wait any longer to use my Aveyou …

1 Sofa, 6 Different Looks

One sofa, six different styles.<p>Want an instant makeover? No need to redo the entire living room. Just add a decorative pillow (or three). Check out these decorating ideas from designers who share their tips on arranging throw pillows.

APOD: The Pillars of Eagle Castle (2013 Jul 14) Image Credit & Copyright: Emanuele Colognato & Jim Wood http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130714.html Explanation: What lights up this castle of star formation? The familiar Eagle Nebula glows bright in many colors at once. The above image is a composite of three of these glowing gas colors. Pillars of dark dust nicely outline some of the denser towers of star formation. Energetic light from young massive stars causes the gas to glow and effectively boils away part of the dust and gas from its birth pillar. Many of these stars will explode after several million years, returning most of their elements back to the nebula which formed them. This process is forming an open cluster of stars known as M16. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130714 #APOD

How to Make a Small Space Bigger With Color

Soothing, even-toned rooms make a small room seem bigger. These color ideas will enlarge your space. See more ways to make the most of a small space.<p><b>1. Bedding and Curtains</b><p>Harmonize bedding and curtain patterns.<p><b>2. Palette</b><p>Adhere to the same palette to create unity from room to room.<p><b>3. …

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Speeding up your spiff session

I feel like every summer I start cutting corners in my makeup routine. I don’t know if I’m busier or lazier or just wanting to be outside instead of …

Here’s a big shock: AT&T will start selling customers’ usage data

Advertisement<p>13 Comments<p>Credit: AT&T<p>AT&T(s t) recently updated its privacy policy to reflect a new plan to sell information about how its customers …

APOD: M82: Starburst Galaxy with a Superwind (2013 July 4) Image Credit & Copyright: Ken Crawford (Rancho Del Sol Obs.) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130704.html Explanation: Also known as the Cigar Galaxy for its elongated visual appearance, M82 is a starburst galaxy with a superwind. In fact, through ensuing supernova explosions and powerful winds from massive stars, the burst of star formation in M82 is driving a prodigious outflow of material. Evidence for the superwind from the galaxy's central regions is clear in this sharp telescopic snapshot. The composite image highlights emission from long outflow filaments of atomic hydrogen gas in reddish hues. Some of the gas in the superwind, enriched in heavy elements forged in the massive stars, will eventually escape into intergalactic space. Including narrow band image data in the deep exposure has revealed a faint feature dubbed the cap. Perched about 35,000 light-years above the galaxy at the upper left, the cap appears to be galactic halo material ionized by the superwind shock or intense ultraviolet radiation from the young, massive stars in the galaxy's core. Triggered by a close encounter with nearby large galaxy M81, the furious burst of star formation in M82 should last about 100 million years or so. M82 is 12 million light-years distant, near the northern boundary of Ursa Major. http://www.imagingdeepsky.com/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://bb.nightskylive.net/asterisk/discuss_apod.php?date=130704 #APOD

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Well it looks like the weather is taking a turn for the better, in my part of the UK at least. Which made this week Get Your Sandals Out Of Storage …

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APOD: Delphinid Meteor Mystery (2013 Jun 15) Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130615.html Explanation: Over a five hour period last Tuesday morning, exposures captured this tantalizing view of meteor streaks and the Milky Way in dark skies above Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. During that time, astronomers had hoped to see an outburst from the gamma Delphinid meteor shower as Earth swept through the dust trail left by an unknown comet. Named for the shower's radiant point in the constellation Delphinus, a brief but strong outburst was reported in bright, moonlit skies on June 10, 1930. While no strong Delphinid meteor activity was reported since, an outburst was tentatively predicted to occur again in 2013. But even though Tuesday's skies were dark, the overall rate of meteors in this field is low, and only the three lower meteor streaks seem to point back to the shower's estimated radiant. http://www.lco.cl/ http://carnegiescience.edu/ Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130615 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0615

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My name is Kahina Loumi, and I’m a ceramist and painter living on the seaside in Saint-Malo, France. I’ve been designing simple, feminine porcelain jewelry for my shop, By Loumi, for the last year. My brand was born here, influenced by natural elements I pick on the beach during every new walk.<p>I …

Why Every Blogger Should Send an Email Newsletter (Plus, What to put in it)

We've talked a little recently here on IFB about how important an email newsletter can be for driving traffic to your blog, but it's still not a tool …

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Renovation of Villa Maria, in Water Mill, NY, by architect Andre Tchelistcheff and designer Carol Egan. Architectural Digest.

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<i>Kayte Terry is a designer, writer, and all-around crafty lady in South Philadelphia. By day, she works for the visual department of Anthropologie. By night, she writes books (her latest is</i> Paper Made! <i>by Workman Publishing), crafts, paints and blogs about it all at thisisloveforever. The easiest</i> …

Why No One Wants to Hear About The Decline of Personal Style Blogging (Yet)

When I first came across personal style blogging in 2006, it was a revelation. It changed my thinking about fashion, getting dressed, and heck, even …

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Links We Love: Sexy Pools, Signature Scents, and Dream Rooms To Kick Off Your Weekend

<i><br>Dive Right In</i> <br>Eight swimming pools that put us in the mood for summer – <i>Architectural Digest</i><p><i>Bespoke Scents From Coast to Coast</i><br>Where to create your own …

It Is Okay To Make A Decorating Mistake!!

via<p>Often times when we decorate a room, we are absolutely sure that an element we love will work in the room, but sometimes it just doesn't work!<p>This …

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