Wahl Homepro Color-Coded Haircutting (25-Piece Kit)


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The clippers’ high-carbon steel blades are permanently aligned so you never need to adjust them, and are detachable for thorough cleaning. Besides the clippers and guide combs, other accessories in the kit include a barber comb; styling comb; small flattop comb; barber scissors for trimming bangs or stray hairs; three hair clips; a neck duster; a cape; and a blade guard, cleaning brush, and extra oil for the electric clippers , is the principal idea. Just remember this 24-piece home haircutting kit from Wahl gives the whole family professional-looking haircuts for a fraction of the cost. The clippers come with 11 guide combs that are color coded so you can easily distinguish which length you need is a really fascinating idea. The powerful, rechargeable clippers are useful for giving crew cuts and maintaining shorter haircuts. Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 7.2 x 3.2 inches ; 2 pounds. Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S. Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies).

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I made this in Foundation. It’s a model of The Mary Rose, made from a book about The Mary Rose! Clever, huh?

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Torchwood: Children of Earth Marathon on BBC America

If you’re up right now (Saturday 1/28 @12a EST or Friday 1/27 @9p PST), turn on BBC America. Doctor Who spinoff Torchwood: Children of Earth is on.

Just to warn you: it’s the edited 60 minute version which means that it’s been cut down to fit in the available time slot which we know drives some of you crazy.

It’s fine with us, though, because it’s late on a Friday and it’s still better than anything else on tv right at this moment. #nobias


If you’re up late tonight. Torchwood: Children of Earth is on BBC America tonight from 12 midnight until 5am.



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Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto Jones).

Kai Owen (Rhys Williams)

Tom Price (PC Andy Davidson)


Meet Kate Kiefer, the content curator at MailChimp!


This interview is long and awesome, so I’ll keep the intro short. Kate lives in Atlanta with her photographer husband and their Great Dane, Leon. She works as the content curator at MailChimp. 

All photos of the MailChimp office are courtesy of Kate. She’s in the final pic. I love the wooden desks, the lights and that guy with the beard who looks so serious.

Oh, read this if you’re curious why I’m interviewing copywriters. Otherwise, let’s start the interview already.


/ Hi Kate! So tell us about MailChimp. What do you guys do and how did you join the company?

MailChimp is a DIY email-marketing service. We make it easy to create, send and track email newsletters. We have more than 900,000 users and about 100 employees. Two years ago, there were only 20 employees.

I loved that MailChimp was such a bright light in an otherwise dull industry. When I found out they were ready to hire a content person, I was all over it. I work in the creative department with the public site’s designers, developers and another writer. It’s a super collaborative environment, and every day I’m inspired by my colleagues’ creativity. And lucky for me, everyone here understands that words are important! It’s pretty dreamy.

This Fast Company article gives you a nice picture of what it’s like to work here.

/ Describe your role as Content Curator. What keeps you busy?

I work with MailChimp’s creative team to plan, create and publish our content, and I make sure it gets proper care and feeding.

My role has evolved quite a bit over the past year. So far, it’s been a natural progression from simply writing and editing to truly curating MailChimp’s content. I spent my first month or so reading every page on the site, putting together a content inventory, and having panic attacks because I didn’t understand words like “deliverability” and “user-agent stats.”

After I got my bearings and really got to know MailChimp’s public site and app, I started rewriting most of our guides and editing the website content for grammar and style. I learned so much about MailChimp that way. That led to writing new content, which led to reorganizing existing content. When I started suggesting we throw out bad content, I knew I’d found my place here.

We have another writer on the creative team now, which allows me to spend more time working with our marketing director to improve MailChimp’s content on a larger scale. But I still write and edit every day. I write marketing content, template copy within the app, blog posts, you name it. I even wrote a coloring book.

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You mustn’t sit around waiting to die. When it happens you should come into the cemetery on a motorbike, skid to a halt by the side of the coffin, jump in and say: “Great I just made it.”

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Elvis Costello - Big Sister’s Clothes

Final track from Trust (1980) 

Trust, Elvis Costello’s fourth album with The Attractions, has a smoky, agitated vibe. There’s repeated paranoid mentions of underworld types, dames gone bad and fall guys taking the rap. Everyone is a savage disguised in a uniform or a lace sleeve, cloaked in the very proper costumes of civility. Including Costello himself of course; the minstrel in the corner, making sneering observations. He’s costumed as the singing bard, blaming his hostility on the story, looking upwards from the tops of his specs, giving who, me? face. Just look at the album-cover film still. Would you trust that man? Of course not. Neither would he…

I wrote about one of my favorite closing tracks for One Week // One Band. Special thank you to my pal Jeff Klingman for giving it the once over despite the demands of birthday cake and deadlines.

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