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Islanders News: Training camp is here
Training camp officially begins today and the players will be on the ice Thursday for us to ruminate and pre-panic over line combos and such...except that the Islanders' lines are pretty much set and everything is as Lou designed.
Meet this introvert-friendly semi-enclosed chaise lounge chair that doubles as a private resting area for public spaces!
is a semi-enclosed chaise lounge chair designed to double as a resting space in public to get away from overpowering outdoor stimuli.
This sci-fi transparent PC case is a hypnotic symphony of beastly performance and killer looks
The visual intrigue of this sci-fi PC case is such that it promotes long hours of productive sitting at the desk sans any distractions. That's how cool this futuristic machine looks and feels.
How to Combat Laziness - Social Media Explorer
Laziness is not a disease or a disability. It is something that we can change in our everyday lives and it's also something we need in our schedule.
Jonas Saalbach announces new "Headlights" LP with title track first single out now
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This sleek home office desk organizes cluttered workspace, retaining a warm yet minimal aesthetic
Meet Blis, a minimalistic office desk centered on the friendly, warm, and homely element - keeping in mind that it's going to adorn your living space.
How to break your email addiction
How many times a day do you check your email? If you're like most people, that number might be 14, according to a study from website developers TaskHusky.
Zen and the art of working from home: Japanese builder offers mini office kit
Japanese design is renowned for its minimalism, and for keeping things simple and uncluttered.
Hidden vs disabled states
A disabled state is applied to a component when the user is not allowed to interact with it due to either permissions, dependencies, or pre-requisites.
USC's Clay Helton urges unity, praises Graham Harrell after Stanford loss
Inside USC's locker room, the embattled coach surveyed the aftermath. The disappointment ran deep - Clay Helton could see that plainly on his players' faces.