From the Soviet perspective, all of life was an ideological test, and in this context Ter Ovanesyan was reminded again and again of the political importance of his mission. With his teammates, he was taken on a pilgrimage to Lenin’s Tomb. They walked in silence in a slow, somber circle around the mausoleum, a ritual meant to instill a deeper sense of camaraderie and patriotism.
But william isnt a monster. Hes basically just some stupid edgelord who thinks hes so dark and twisted because he plays grand theft auto. Hes never done anything bad when it actually counted. Is there anything these bas turds won’t tax? Coming soon, a tax on water and air. Oh wait, you can’t drink the water in DC, so they can’t make any money on that. And if you fools think this money will be used for a healthy schools intiative, just take a look at the bag tax money that is already being diverted to other uses.
All of this takes fast networks, so it should be no surprise that Google launched Fiber Boost, which is bringing gigabyte Internet service to cities. So far, Austin, Texas; Provo, Utah; Los Angeles, California; and Louisville, Kentucky, among others, have this service. I’m sure you would like your city on the list, because it would be great to have a blazingly fast Internet connection.
But her foreign policy inclinations were sounder than her president’s. It is telling that, even as she tacked left to survive the primaries, she did not give ground to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I Vt.) on the core value of American engagement in the world.
When Doerksen entered Stanford Business School in 2009, she told two classmates that she wanted to find a way to let people try on frames virtually.Related: Women take on manufacturingSergey Surkov and Dmitry Kornilov, engineers at Google (GOOG) and Nokia, were so intrigued with the project that they dropped out of Stanford and started working on it full time, living on their savings and investments from friends and family. Doerksen stayed in school and worked three days a week with her cofounders in Kornilov’s living room.Over the next three years, Kornilov and Surkov developed patented technology that lets customers virtually try on glasses and shows how they would look from every angle. Doerksen, meanwhile, worked on the business plan and on introducing the idea to eyewear makers.With $3 million in seed funding from August Capital, Ditto launched in April 2012 with 350 styles from eight designer brands.”We were lucky at the beginning because the virtual try on tool got a lot of attention from the press,” Doerksen recalled.Each customer profile, called a “ditto,” takes about 15 seconds to create.