Herschell / Special*Dark’s comment - Pretty amazing for people willing to wait :) Article follows below:
Love libraries, but hate having to look at all of those dusty old books? Good news: following the recent Seattle-only launch, it’s now possible to check out Amazon Kindle books from some 11,000 library sites, as long as you have a valid library card and an Amazon account. You can check a library’s inventory (like their physical counterparts, the libraries only have a limited number of Kindle copies for each title) and download copies to your Kindle or Kindle app-enable device via WiFi or USB. Like the libraries’ physical books, Kindle copies will carry an expiration date — but after that time, they can either be renewed or purchase through Amazon, with all of your bookmarks and notations still in place. Press release after the break.
It’s always tempting to buy the newest set of legos despite the huge collection you have at home, especially if your child is insistent. The new website Rebrickable helps you repurpose all of the LEGO sets you already have to build the structures and vehicles of the sets you now don’t have to buy. Click ahead to learn how to recycle your legos into new projects and save money by not buying new sets.
If I were to tell you, “Hey, grab my growler and go get me a $5 fill of Stone’s Levitation from the 7-11 down the street”, you’d think I was joking. And I would be, but I wouldn’t be too far off. No hoax: convenience stores are popping up all around town, and they’re not just selling Slim Jims and Slurpees anymore. They’re selling beer. [ more › ]
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Life of the miso. The making of bread let you ferment by an opportunity and got interest for food…