John Mulaney Is Cooking-Up a New Kids’ Show That Sounds Like ‘Sesame Street’ Meets ‘Big Mouth’

John Mulaney Is Cooking-Up a New Kids’ Show That Sounds Like ‘Sesame Street’ Meets ‘Big Mouth’ A day at the beach is basically a day spent camping by the water, so if you’re not using a pop-up tent to set up base camp for a day of fun in the sun then, quite frankly, you’re doing it wrong. When you come back after a swim in the water or stroll down the shore you’ll appreciate having a dedicated, semi-sheltered place to take a break from the waves and the sun. Because few things ruin a beach day more quickly than a burning, peeling, crying kid. They’re also great if you have a baby that needs to change, a kid who needs to take a nap, or even an impromptu shelter from any inclement weather that rolls your way. A good shelter should be easy to set up and take down, sturdy enough to not fold over when a stiff wind blows in, and made of fabric with at least a 30 UPF, which means it only allows 1/30th of the sun’s UV rays to pass through. It should have stakes or sand pockets to anchor it to the ground and a bag that makes it easy to carry as you scope out the perfect spot. Here are sevene shelters that hit all of our criteria, and will make your next beach day a breeze.  Ideal f...

Blame the Balenciaga IKEA bag. When the $2,145 luxury lambskin version of the familiar blue plastic

Blame the Balenciaga IKEA bag. When the $2,145 luxury lambskin version of the familiar blue plastic shopping bag appeared on the runway in June 2016, it was the beginning of the end of a glorious era of capacious hobo bags, boat totes, and bucket bags. The upscale counterfeit triggered a backlash against fashion’s flirtation with so-called poverty chic, but also against gigantic bags in general. From a 19-gallon capacity, there was nowhere to go but down. Even Meghan Markle—whose first official public appearance with Prince Harry spiked sales of Everlane’s roomy (and relatively affordable) leather Day Market Tote—took up her duchess duties and swapped commoners’ carryalls for dainty, handled purses by high-end labels, including Gabriela Hearst, DeMellier, and Strathberry. Cue sellouts, waitlists, and crashed websites: Tiny purses were officially in. The petite purse trend reached its nadir in February 2019, when French label Jacquemus debuted the Mini Le Chiquito, a postage-stamp-sized version of its bestselling handbag. Barely big enough to hold a couple of breath mints, the teeny-weeny tote got big LOLs on social media, where it drew comparisons to binder clips and Barbie acce...

Sea-Fit Inc. introduces its new heavy lift shackle (patent pending), the “Super Shackle.” According to the

Sea-Fit Inc. introduces its new heavy lift shackle (patent pending), the “Super Shackle.” According to the company, this shackle is an advancement in shackle design and is designed to surpass the primary features of existing wide-body shackles. The Super Shackle has 10% more radius in the sling contact area for greater D/d ratio. Also, the sling/rope bearing surface is completely smooth through 240° of contact area versus 137° for existing designs. This means the load distribution on the shackle and sling or rope is greater and this better protects expensive slings from damage, the company says. The smooth contact area also eliminates chafing currently experienced by synthetic ropes or slings caused by edges that concentrate loads on existing wide body shackle designs. To facilitate easier handling, the Super Shackle has lifting lugs cast into the body where smaller shackles can be attached. Sea-Fit Super Shackles are offered in sizes from 30 tons through 2,150 tons. Later this year, two of the 2,150-ton models are expected to be produced and would then become the largest shackles ever built, the company says. As with all Sea-Fit products, each Super Shackle is individually seri...

El comercio internacional chino resiste en agosto y suma un 0,1%

El comercio de China con el resto del mundo se mantuvo en agosto en positivo, aunque por poco, ya que avanzó un leve 0,1% interanual, gracias a que las exportaciones siguen manteniendo más peso sobre el balance global que las exportaciones. Y es que, según los datos oficiales denominados en yuanes publicados hoy, tanto las compras como las ventas variaron en un 2,6 % interanual en el octavo mes de 2019, pero las exportaciones sumaron ese porcentaje, mientras que las importaciones lo perdían. La Administración General de Aduanas indicó que en el octavo mes de 2019 el comercio exterior de China se situó en 2,72 billones de yuanes (381.916 millones de dólares, 343.636 millones de euros). A pesar de mantenerse en zona de avance, este débil crecimiento supone una ralentización de 12,6 puntos porcentuales con respecto al que experimentaron los intercambios chinos en el mismo mes del año pasado. Las ventas al exterior sumaron 1,48 billones de yuanes (207.791 millones de dólares, 188.466 millones de euros) en agosto, mientras que las importaciones se situaron en 1,24 billones de yuanes (174.117 millones de dólares, 157.924 millones de euros). Así, el superávit comercial fue de 239.600 m...

High quality briquetting systems increase efficiency and yield

Aluminium chips are produced throughout the entire product creation process; during the surface treatment of cast bolts and rolling ingots, during profile, plate and sheet production as well as the machining of components. Depending on whether they are produced by milling, turning, grinding or sawing, the chips, which are often wet, vary in form and properties; wool-like, spiral, rough, fine etc. What they all have in common is: they will be re-melted, whether in a Remelter or a Refiner. This phase describes both: The end and the new beginning of the eternal Aluminium-Recycling-Cycle. Within this cycle, four branches, above all, are concerned with the importance of handling of aluminium chips: Rolling mills, Stamping/pressing plants, Machining companies and Melting works. But what are the key considerations in detail? Loose chips have a large volume at low weight; so they display low bulk weight, typically lying between 140 to 250 kg/m3. This effects significant costs for storage as well as transport, both internally and externally. In order to react against this, the chips must be pressed. This is where the applied technology is of high importance. RUF’s machines can compress t...

Global Metal Expansion Joints Market High Growth Possible during 2019 – 2025 : Witzenmann, BOA Group, Unaflex, Senior Flexonics Pathway, Flexider

We, Market Research Store, after comprehensive analysis, have introduced a new research study on “Global (United States, China, and European Union) Metal Expansion Joints Market Research Report 2019-2025.” A section of the report serves with in-depth information on Product Types [Axial Expansion Joints, Angular Expansion Joints, Lateral Expansion Joints, Universal Expansion Joints], Applications [Petrochemical Industry, Power Generation Industry, Heavy Industry, Other] and Key Players [Witzenmann, BOA Group, Unaflex, Senior Flexonics Pathway, Flexider, Tofle, U.S. Bellows, Macoga, EagleBurgmann, Technoflex, Weldmac, Aerosun, Beijing Hangtian Taizhou Bellows, Baishun, Liaoning Tian’an Containers, Shandong Hnegtong Expansion Joint Manufacturing, Jinlong Machinery, Runda Pipeline, Jiangsu Zixu Corrugated Pipe, Jiangsu Yaguang Bellows] Another section of the report particularly focuses on delivering wide-ranging analytical information on regional segmentation, which includes North America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, Europe, and Rest of the World. Apart from this, manufacturing protocols, costing, development plans & policies, current trends, dynamics, cl...

FDA issues warning after 12 people die from complications after weight-loss surgery.

June 6, 2018 — Five more deaths are linked with weight loss balloons, bringing the total number of deaths associated with the devices to 12 since their approval in 2015, the FDA says. The two devices involved are the ReShape, made by ReShape Lifesciences, and Orbera, made by Apollo Endosurgery. It is the third time the FDA has issued alerts about the products, says Deborah Kotz, an FDA spokeswoman. The agency also issued alerts in February and August 2017. In late May, the FDA put in place labeling changes to reflect the risks. “The FDA continues to work with the companies that manufacture these liquid-filled intragastric balloons to better understand the complications associated with these devices, and to ensure the product labeling adequately addresses these risks,” the FDA’s William Maisel, MD, said in a statement. Four of the five newly reported deaths involved the Orbera device. Of the 12 total deaths, seven were U.S. patients, the FDA says. Gastric perforation, when a hole forms in the wall of the stomach, large bowel, or small intestine, was reported with four of the deaths. The perforations happened from 1 day to 3 1/2 weeks after balloon placement. It is a k...

After nearly three decades in the field, the 125 kHz prox card remains one of the

After nearly three decades in the field, the 125 kHz prox card remains one of the most widely used card technologies for electronic access. Still, it seems that many are unaware of more recent developments that now threaten the security of these cards. In the latest installment of copmany’s Spotlight Series newsletter, David Stallsmith, Director of Strategic Initiatives at ColorID, details prox technology, its susceptibilities and just how easy it is to clone these credentials in the field. Prox, short for “proximity,” once offered a significant upgrade for users of mag stripe or Wiegand access cards, which have to be swiped through a card reader. Prox cards only need to be held near a reader to open a door, and can work through a wallet, purse or pants pocket. “​Since their operation was initially so mysterious, prox cards were generally thought to be as secure as they were convenient,” writes Stallsmith. “For a long time, this was mostly true because the technology needed to clone a card was big and expensive.” Over time, however, the price for cracking a prox system fell dramatically making it far less prohibitive to compromise the credentials at scale. “Today, anyone can bu...