Hello lovelies!! Do you want to see the 6 brand new colors by Purple Professional. I have a sneak peak for you in the video bellow!! Enjoy!!
Cucu princesas! Tudo bem? Hoje trago-vos uma coisa boaaa! Uma preview das 6 novas cores da Purple Professional, colecção de Inverno deste ano!Cusquem o video para ver tudo!!
Don't forget to change the video quality to 1080p HD if your device can handle that!!Não se equeçam de alterar a qualidade do video
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MIT researchers have released a video of a robot they're calling "cheetah" making its way across campus. An earlier robot that was also called cheetah was part of a DARPA/Boston Dynamics (now owned by Google) collaboration that was notable for its speed. The MIT version is notable for ditching the tethers that supplied power to... read more »
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The weekend of the big race was finally here. Stu and I finished packing and drove down to Weymouth, knowing that Liz and Suzanne were also on their way. We’d booked a hotel room in Dorchester, which is a 10 minute drive away. We thought it would be quieter there and it was also quite  read more »
Part of Berlin charm is the never-ending box of surprises offered even after many years and experiences in all parts of the city. With the summer almost gone, the life of the busy streets of the East seems to give one more deep breath before the outdoor chairs will be brought back in some dusty corners till - who knows - maybe the next May or June.
Tonight, I headed to Simon-Dach street, corner Krossener Street where in the front of Paules Metal Eck Alex Clare's fans in Berlin knew for over a day that i... read more »
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