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People Power GrannyPeople Power Granny

Focused on baby boomers who want to leave a better world for those who foll...

 
DeejSpeaksDeejSpeaks

DeejSpeaks is created by a teenager that likes to experiment everything aro...

 
The Extraordinary TouristThe Extraordinary Tourist

The personal blog of South Australian artist TET. Blogging about art, place...

 


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Filed under: Green, Tesla, Crossover, Electric, Open Road Tesla's Model X is a technological marvel that Elon Musk should be proud of, but it contradicts his core business strategy and hurts the Model 3.Continue reading Let's Face It: Tesla's Model X...

http://www.retrochick.co.uk/2016/02/03/vintage-stereotypes-and-how-to-spot-them/Ever since I started blogging I’ve been a “Vintage” blogger. It doesn’t seem to matter how my style or the content of my blog has changed over the...

Filed under: Read This, Scion, ToyotaScion will die an ignoble death absorbed back into the massive, generic brand it lamely tried to make cool. It didn't have to go down like this.Continue reading Scion was slain by Toyota, not the Great RecessionSc...

 Call me Ishmael. Some years ago–never mind how long precisely–having nothing particular to interest me in meatspace, I thought to visit the Vale of Silicon. It is a way I have of driving off the spleen. Whenever my meds get such an...

Twitch made its debut in 2011. Since then, the service has evolved from a gaming-only subset of Justin.tv into a popular, culture-shaping phenomenon pioneering the world of live online broadcasting. Justin.tv was quickly swallowed whole by Twitch...

Late last week, The Guardian published an interview with a survivor of Obama's first drone strike, which occurred in tribal Pakistan on his third day as president. It detailed the impact the attack had and raised concerns over the civilian damag...

Australia Day has been and gone for 2016. Not so many years ago it was a quiet day, part of just another long weekend. For some reason, perhaps fuelled by social media and good intentions, it has become more nationalistic and therefore more divisive.