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В Петербурге в ДТП тяжело пострадали мотоциклист и его пассажирка "V Peterburge v DTP tjazhelo postradali motociklist i ego passazhirka"


13 мая в 23:25 на пересечение Большого Сампсониевского проспекта и Литовской улицы в Петербурге. Водитель автомобиля Audi A6 при повороте налево не предоставил преимущество мотоциклу Ducati. 25-летний водитель мотоцикла и его 28-летняя пассажирка с тяжелыми травмами были госпитализированы... Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Драка на дороге "Draka na doroge"


Санкт-Петербург. Водитель автомобиля Chevrolet Cruze и велосипедист не поделили дорогу. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Hyundai подлез под автобус "Hyundai podlez pod avtobus"


Санкт-Петербург. Перекресток Планерная - Оптиков. Hyundai подлез под автобус. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

В Мурино пьяный таксист сбил пешехода, после чего пытался скрыться. ВИДЕО "V Murino pjanyjj taksist sbil peshekhoda, posle chego pytalsja skrytsja. VIDEO"


ДТП произошло 14 мая в Мурино. Пьяный таксист на Hyundai сбил женщину, которая от удара отлетела в Citroen, после чего врезался в столб и пытался скрыться, но очевидцы его остановили... Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

I'm the CEO of a tech company and I permanently gave up my smartphone after my honeymoon 6 months ago. Here's why I haven't looked back


Ben Crudo

  • Ben Crudo is the CEO of Diff, a tech company that designs and builds e-commerce solutions for major retailers.
  • While on his honeymoon in New Zealand, he went without internet and cell phone access for three weeks,  and the eye-opening experience made him acutely aware of his own tech addiction.
  • So he decided to ditch his smartphone permanently in favor of a "dumb" one that had just enough features to be useful: good call quality, no apps, and wireless hotspot capabilities.
  • He immediately experienced major withdrawal symptoms — anxiety about missing important emails, getting lost without GPS, and awkward subway rides without the escape of his newsfeed — but within a few days, he started to accept his new reality. 
  • Ultimately, he found that life without a smartphone is not only possible for someone in tech, but it's made him a better, less distracted leader.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
On our honeymoon last year, my wife and I spent three weeks in the remote wilds of New Zealand. We had no internet access, no cell service and — to my complete surprise — no problems because of it. It was the first time in my adult life I'd been without access to mobile technology, and it was a watershed moment. Sure, I'd read all about how smartphone addiction has become an epidemic in Western society, and how texts, likes, and push notifications trigger our brains as if we're on drugs . But actually living without a functional smartphone made me acutely aware of my own tech addiction. I was the guy who checked emails before I even got out of bed in the morning. At dinner with my wife, my attention was half in the conversation and half on my screen, and I'd immediately occupy idle moments by reaching for my phone. So, despite being the CEO of a tech company, I made a game-changing decision when we got back from our holiday: I ditched my smartphone in favor for a "dumb" one. I was incredibly nervous, not just about the impact on my social life and daily habits, but on my business — after all my company relies heavily on mobile technology. But a few months into my experiment, I've found that life without a smartphone is not only possible for someone in my position, it's made me a better, less distracted, leader and a more present person. Going smartphone-free has definitely come with a learning curve though. Here are a few tips and takeaways for other entrepreneurs or leaders managers who wonder if it's really possible to go smartphone-free. Read more:   Pinterest's 2nd employee ever explains why becoming an early startup employee is a 'terrible' idea if you want to get rich Outsmarting the smartphone I knew if I wanted to kick my phone addiction I had to go cold turkey — it wouldn't be enough to install apps that monitored my screen time or charge my phone in the other room. So I traded in my smartphone for a version with just enough features to be useful without being addictive: good call quality, no apps, and wireless hotspot capabilities. Finding the right tech, or lack thereof, was relatively easy. The hard part was dealing with my withdrawal symptoms — and let me tell you, the struggle was real. Those first few days were filled with anxiety. I worried about missing important emails, I got lost without GPS, and taking the Číst dále >>>

ДТП на Окружной "DTP na Okruzhnojj"


Киев. ДТП на Окружной. Водитель малолитражки сперва едва не подлез под фуру, а потом столкнулся с автором. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

What it takes to be a professional taxidermist


  • Taxidermy , which means the arrangement of skin, was historically used to study animals that lived outside of one's geographical region. 
  • Business Insider talked to Amber Maykut, a professional taxidermist in New York City, to find out how she preserves animals. 
  • Maykut sources her taxidermy with frozen feeder animals that would be used to feed reptiles, euthanized animals from the NYC Animal Care Center, deceased animals from zoo and wildlife preserves, as well as pet stores, deceased house pets, and leftovers from butchers.
  • Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories.
Following is a transcript of the video. Amber Maykut: I think you just have to be accepting that death is just part of life and that death doesn't have to be the end. I think taxidermists often feel like everyone else sees death as this more tragic thing and that it's the end and that we see it as an opportunity for a new beginning, so it's not the end. Narrator: "Taxi-dermy" means the "arrangement of skin." Amber: Basically, you're removing the skin from the specimen, and then you're cleaning and preparing the skin, then you're moving it onto a mannequin or form. Narrator: Ancient Egyptians were the precursory taxidermists. Although they didn't actually remove the skin, they embalmed bodies of animals using injections, spices, and essential oils. They also used salts found in lakes in the lower region of Egypt to preserve skin, specifically borate of soda and sulfate of soda. Many, many centuries later, taxidermists like Amber use borate of soda, or Borax, a white powder in tanning formulas, to treat animal skins. Amber: It's a powder preservative that gets put on the inside of the skin before it gets mounted onto the mannequin, and this is gonna keep it from decomposing. It's gonna dry it out. It's going to keep any pests from being interested in it. Then when you have thicker-skinned animals like a deer or fatty animals like a bear or a raccoon, they need to go through a wet-tanning process, so that basically would be using a liquid tan and submerging it in it for a number of days. Narrator: Once those skins are tanned, they can be mounted: placed on a mannequin that is carefully sculpted to accurately portray the body of an animal. Amber: Mount your skin onto the mannequin. Sew it up. Blow dry it. Pose it. Let it dry. Narrator: Amber earned her taxidermy license after apprenticing under a professional. Like most trades, skills are passed from teacher to apprentice, and Amber intends to continue that tradition. Amber: I learned by doing it hands-on, so by experiencing it hands-on by someone who knows what they're talking about. I think that's really important, and I saw a niche there in the market of people wanting to learn this trade. Narrator: Amber's Brooklyn Taxidermy is one of two taxidermy studios in New York City, but she's not like traditional taxidermists who work with hunted game. Instead, she uses frozen feeder animals that would be used to feed reptiles, euthanized animals from the NYC Animal Care Center, deceased animals from zoo and wildlife preserves as well as pet stores, deceased house pets, and leftovers from butchers. Amber: So it's a really symbiotic relationship. Butchers use the insides, and they would throw out the skins, the antlers, so otherwise that would go in the trash, so then I use those parts. So that would be rabbits, quails, pheasants, ducks, goats, deer, anything you could eat. Narrator: Amber's freezer is stuffed to the brim with rats, butterflies, and other deceased animals. Amber: These are innards from the squirrel that was skinned today, so these go to my friends' pets who have pet snakes, or they go the zoo across the street from my mentor's shop. Narrator: Animals she'll bring to life in a days-long process that includes gutting, skinning, mounting, and everything in between. Like many taxidermists, Amber entered the trade as a curious amateur. Amber: My friends who have work from me from a long time ago, you're like, "Um, give that back. Put it in a bonfire, and we'll make you a new one." I guess I was just doing it as a hobby, and it just kinda grew, and then I kept buying dilapidated pieces or broken pieces or dirty pieces from a stoop sale or flea market trying to figure out how to fix them, getting books and YouTube videos on how to do it, and eventually I took s Číst dále >>>

В Клину водитель и пассажир «Ауди» выпали на проезжую часть. ВИДЕО "V Klinu voditel i passazhir «Audi» vypali na proezzhuju chast. VIDEO"


ДТП произошло 14 мая в 11 часов на пересечении улиц Литейной и Карла Маркса в Клину Московской области. Водитель автомобиля Volkswagen при повороте налево «под стрелку» не дождался разрешающего сигнала и столкнулся с автомобилем Audi, из которого от удара на проезжую часть выпали водитель и пассажир... Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

How to delete all of your Facebook messages at once, using a Google Chrome browser extension


FILE PHOTO: Silhouettes of laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of Facebook logo in this picture illustration taken March 28, 2018. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo

Pretty much everyone is on Facebook these days, and it's easy to see why. The social media network, which boasts over 2.1 billion users worldwide , is a simple way to keep in touch with old school classmates, colleagues, and friends and family who live far away. Facebook's Messenger app is particularly handy, allowing for instant and private messaging with your contacts and other users you may not yet be connected to. But how do you get rid of all those messages when you're no longer in need of them? Deleting all of your Facebook messages is easy to do, particularly when using the Delete All Messages extension  for the Google Chrome browser. If you want to clear your Facebook inbox quickly and simply, here's what you need to know about how to do it. How to delete all of your Facebook Messages at once 1. Download and install the Google Chrome internet browser if you're not already using it. 2. Once installed, open Chrome and download the Delete All Messages browser extension from the Chrome web store. Installation is quick and easy, with on-screen prompts appearing to tell you everything you need to know. Chrome 1 3. Once Delete All Messages has been added to your browser, navigate to Facebook.com. You will notice that the extension's icon, which appears in your top menu bar and features the Facebook Messenger speech bubble logo with a small red X next to it, is illuminated, indicating that the extension has access to your Facebook data. 4. Go to your Facebook page. 5. Click on the Delete All Messages logo in the toolbar, at which point a pop-up will launch which reads "Open your messages." Click on this to launch your Facebook messages in a separate tab. Číst dále >>>

В Нижнем Новгороде в результате ДТП мотоциклист сломал позвоночник. ВИДЕО "V Nizhnem Novgorode v rezultate DTP motociklist slomal pozvonochnik. VIDEO"


ДТП произошло 13 мая на пересечении улиц Ларина и Кащенко в Нижнем Новгороде. 44-летний водитель мотоцикла Patron (стаж 22 года) проехал на запрещающий сигнал светофора и столкнулся с автомобилем Lada Granta. С переломом позвоночника мотоциклиста доставили в больницу... Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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