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The Massachusetts Inter-School Athletic Association conducts the parade in an orderly manner, does not require the Hail Mary Pass, and can bring high scores to high school football players, coaches and fans across the state.
The MIAA board of directors unanimously approved safety changes to football, as well as indoor track and field and uniform basketball at a special meeting on Friday, paving the way for the fall II season sports scheduled for February 22nd. Until April 25.
The list of football modifications developed by the Football Committee, the Sports Medicine Committee and the COVID-19 Working Group and in compliance with the guidelines of the National Energy and Environmental Affairs Executive Office is very extensive.
However, unlike some sports-think of a seven-point seven hockey game or a virtual swimming game-football looks like football, which means tackles and blocks. There is no doubt that this will comfort those involved in contact sports.
MIAA Deputy Director Richard Pearson said: “There was extensive discussion about this. This is the liaison of the Football and Sports Medicine Committee.” “I think it all revolves around the fact that The ball will remain in the design like a tackle.
"Also, once the player starts to play and gets close when playing multiple times in the game, then other modifications may not be necessary for the same."
A major, game-changing discussion involves creating space between the lines by pushing the defender a few yards back from the melee line.
However, it failed to change the way the game is played and the safety issues that may arise, so it failed to get people's attention.
Grafton principal Jim Pignataro said: “We’re talking about athletes’ concerns about speeding up to the line of scrimmage.” “So this is also a problem. Most importantly, it’s a problem. A game of obstacles and challenges."
There are still modifications. Here are some worth noting:
• Whether in the wild or on the sidelines, you must always wear a face cover. Leggings are not allowed, but balaclava-style masks are allowed.
• When arranging the game, up to 30 minutes of full-contact training per week; 45 minutes of the game is not scheduled in a week.
• The upper limit of the game day roster is 45 players and 6 coaches.
• The team box for each sideline will be expanded to the 10-yard line to help maintain a 6-foot social distance between players.
• Disorganized. Instead, all players will face one direction at a certain distance.
• The time out and rest between groups is two minutes. Half time is 10 minutes.
One item that was extensively discussed during the 85-minute meeting was not a proposed modification, but an existing MIAA rule, which requires 15 days of practice time, and the first three days are specifically adjusted before the game can be played.
There is concern that the weather may cause some teams to take a month to meet this requirement, especially since the EEA does not allow indoor football activities.
Duxbury Sports Director Tom Holdgate (Thom Holdgate) and St. John's University Foundation Principal Keith Crowley (co-chair of the COVID-19 Working Group) will begin in the fall of the second season Some clarifications were obtained with the European Economic Area (EAA).
(For example: Is strength training and fitness exercise indoors considered a football activity?)
"In any case, the whole fact that we are trying to play football will be a struggle," Hodgate said. "We may not be able to make appropriate adjustments as required, which may delay the start of certain schools. If we are to play football, and to comply with the current EEA guidelines that may occur.
"But please understand that we are trying to get the kids to play football, and we may encounter some hits. If that means you didn't play until the fourth week because you didn't participate in 15 practice sessions, then the kids will still be fascinated. live.
Other board members pointed out that the start of certain autumn and winter sports seasons is delayed by teams and/or leagues, and in the spring, this is usually the norm, not the exception.
The following are important improvements in other sports. Some of these schools and/or leagues will be postponed from the fall and will be played in Fall II:
• Indoor track: The start staggered between the participants and the lane separation is much.
• Hockey: Free throws are now allowed
•Football: A game recovers from three quarters to two halves. When on site, you must always wear the necessary masks. Previously, players could put down their masks when they were at least 10 feet away from the defender.
• Volleyball: Remove the three-foot line on either side of the net, and clean the ball after each game instead of after each point. The maximum number of players on the game day roster is 15.
The board also announced that it is officially-at the recommendation of the game management committee last month, not surprisingly-that in the fall of the second season there will be no more regional and state competitions sponsored by MIAA.
Central Massachusetts is represented by Pat Mara, Assistant Principal of Millbury; Grafton Principal Jim Pinataro (District 2); Westboro Principal Brian Callaghan; and Quabbin District AD Mark Miville (District 3).
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liveblog archive! The staff of WIRED is not in Las Vegas this year. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the show has been moved online. However, even a global health emergency cannot stop the development of consumer technology. There are still many gadgets, apps, electric cars, smart home devices, brain training headphones and pornographic technology that can tell you. These are all the meditations of our team during the exhibition, including photos, written schedules, trends, and of course many more.
Saw the WIRED Gear team talking about CES!
Lasso recovery machine
In early 2018, China decided
, Causing many municipalities (including myself) to dump the diligently sorted garbage bins in the nearest landfill. Your recycling may not be
According to the company, the lasso is the first closed-loop household recycling device. The machine has been in public use for more than a year, but has been developed for more than 10 years. The idea is that you will provide the lasso with recyclable materials (plastic, glass and metal). It will steam clean them, remove labels to prevent contamination, intelligently classify materials, and then refine them before storing them in internal storage bins. After the lasso is filled (about three to eight times a year), you will receive a push notification in its supporting app to arrange the pick-up location, and the company will arrange the recycling work for you, and
It was actually recycled. The closed loop recycling guarantee means that all materials will be reused and they will not end up in landfills or in the ocean.
, And if completed, the price may be less than $3500. The company expects to deliver the first batch of products next year.
Meet the love triangle sex toys
Satisfyer's "Love Triangle" sex toys made a deep impression at this year's CES, and won two CES innovation awards, one for toys and the other for Connect apps. The hand-held Spaco Papita-shaped toy has air pulse stimulation and vibration functions, which can be used in all directions.
In addition, it can be connected to Satisfyer's new apps for iOS and Android, allowing you to customize vibration and pulse patterns, and even set them to stimulate the rhythm of any song you like. Yes, even medieval Gregorian chants if you like. Perhaps the most impressive is the price. Sex toys quickly became expensive, and Satisfyer managed to keep this quality sex device under $50. You can even buy it today!
The translation company Pocketalk is no stranger, but after the Covid-19 crisis last year,
For medical institutions, first responders and teachers in charge of distance education, the company realized that it was necessary to make some changes to the equipment used to target travelers.
Pocketalk Plus will be available for purchase yesterday. It has a larger screen, larger text, and easier translation when it is 6 feet apart. (And because it has a Bluetooth connection, you can even connect it to a speaker.) When you have a conversation, you don't need to click the translation direction, such as English to Spanish, then Spanish to English. Plus will automatically detect it. The company told me that the goal is accurate and fast communication, especially when people from non-English speaking countries need to obtain important information about vaccines and other health issues related to Covid.
I can try the smaller S and the new S Plus. They are easy to navigate and output clear translations, but Plus is really easy to use, and it has a nostalgic feel because it looks like my first phone. It has signs of different regions on its screen, so you don’t have to guess what language someone speaks. Just let them point out the flag and choose the correct language. The company even made special products for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.
Airthings Wave Plus
It is different from cleaning product rashes that use ultraviolet rays to purify the air or sandblast the surface,
The sensor satisfies the passive role. Usually, they will monitor indoor air quality to find the cause of problems such as ra and mold. Now, Airthings’ Wave Plus subscription plan enables businesses to
. The sensor cannot detect the virus itself. Instead, they use other factors to assess the risk of virus transmission, monitor temperature, humidity and the number of people in the room (based on CO
Respiratory pollutants), and then rank the degree of virus movement in the room. If the rating is poor, it is recommended to take timely solutions, such as increasing airflow, humidity or kicking excess people out of the room.
This does not guarantee that a room is completely safe, but it can provide another layer of warning in the process of preventing the spread of Covid.
My favorite part of CES is the meeting where skilled people gather to discuss practical solutions to today’s problems. In terms of health care, the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed many frightening inequalities. But in the panel discussion, Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick from the United States
Iris P. Frye
as well as
There are some very simple solutions to solve these inequality issues.
The first and most obvious solution is that telemedicine can do a good job in matching care-enabling patients to reach medical service providers and care advocates who can meet their special needs, especially when queer care may be lacking The area of the provider or non-ferrous medical provider. Although even low-income families can use smart phones, broadband is difficult to obtain. Both should be included in Medicaid. When asked about his dream wishes for 2021, Dr. Fitzpatrick’s answer was simple: Patients should be able to call care providers in question by phone, email or text for free and easily. We cannot correct every historical error, but surely at least one of them should be easy to solve, right?
Biological Spectrum OptiBP
Hypertension or high blood pressure is called "
". It is almost always asymptomatic, killing up to 60,000 Americans every year, and requires continuous monitoring. We have already studied several hardware for remote heart monitoring at this year's CES (below). What we have seen The first software.
In the near future, you will be able to download
Connect to your Android phone (the iOS version will be released later this year) and use its camera to visually check your blood pressure. The result is faster and accurate than a blood pressure cuff, and
, And will obtain regulatory approval in the United States later this year. With the support of the World Health Organization and the Gates Foundation, it has been used worldwide. Most importantly, the app has been tested on hardware that the patient actually owns (such as a smartphone between 5 and 10 years old).
Tata Mat and Tata Band
Every year we hear terrible news reports about babies left in hot cars, so it’s no surprise that technology companies try to prevent such tragedies. Filo company is one of them. In 2020, it launched the Tata Pad safety mat for older children. This year, the company introduced for the first time a small belt specifically for babies, called the "Tata Band", which is attached to the seat belt of the car seat.
Both devices have capacitive sensors that detect the presence of children, and they connect to your phone via Bluetooth. When the connection is disconnected (because you have left the vehicle), but the child can still be detected, the parent will be notified of a three-level alarm. The first is a notification, the second is a call, and the third alert sends the call and message to a predetermined emergency contact who can access Tata’s GPS location. If your phone is turned off, it will still notify emergency contacts.
Tata is currently not available in the United States, but the company said it hopes soon. we
Products before this. and also
From Elepho, although we have not tested this yet.
Trova Home Smart Storage Box
secret! We all have them, and you probably don't want anyone to spy on your situation. of
It is a smart storage box, and only designated users can unlock it via Bluetooth. It can also be bolted to the ground to provide additional protection.
Trova advertises its hideout as "accessible through biometric scanning", but you must use your phone's fingerprint scanner. If the battery runs out, you will have to raid other people’s hideouts tonight. In addition to houses, Trova also sells smaller portable items that can be used to store credit cards and other items.
Perhaps my favorite thing at CES this year. It is designed for backyard beekeepers. As long as you have some outdoor space (about 1 square meter, even a balcony can be used), you can help pollinate the area, take care of the bee colony and get fresh honey.
B-Box is different from any small hive you can buy. It is equipped with the company's BeeSecure device, which is placed inside the hive to help beekeepers monitor the health of their colony, providing snapshots of temperature, humidity and internal movement .
The design is also unique, with a chimney for bees to enter and exit. The company explained to me that bees usually protect the doors of the hive, but since the chimney opening is located about 7 feet above the ground, you can observe the colony without disturbing their natural flow.
The design also makes harvesting safe and easy by separating the excess honeycomb (bees also need to eat honey!) from the rest of the honeycomb. Pulling the rod means the bees return to the lower hive. They can exit, but cannot re-enter the cellular area. When harvesting, it can be put away without special protective clothing.
PopSocket with MagSafe
It's a great way to hold oversized smartphones firmly, but keeping them on the back of the phone can be annoying and even disable wireless charging. Thanks to the MagSafe system of the iPhone 12's magnetic accessory, PopSockets provides a better solution. The iconic PopGrip is now compatible with MagSafe, so you can easily pop it up and down on your phone. It has a non-slip rubber bottom to make it longer than usual, but this is to prevent it from detaching from the phone when you put it in your pocket.
It also has some other new accessories, such as PopWallet Plus with MagSafe, a wallet with a handle on the back of the iPhone (holding up to three cards), and PopMount, a series of MagSafe holders that allow you to stick your iPhone. 12 On any surface or car vent.
These new accessories only apply to the new iPhone 12 models. PopSockets said these accessories will be launched this spring and summer, although there is no pricing.
Hexadecimal Home Security Detector
It is a unique method of using Wi-Fi to detect intruders. In theory, it will fill your space in Wi-Fi waves, which will bend around people walking through the area and remind you to exercise through notifications on your phone. It allows you to monitor the house without a camera. This method is good, but when you receive an exercise notification, you cannot check in directly, so you won’t know what’s going on.
You will need a Hex Command hub connected to Wi-Fi, and two small "Senses" plugged into sockets to monitor a 1,500 square foot area. You can buy more Senses for larger houses.
The company said the system is "pet-proof" because the sensitivity of motion capture can be adjusted to remove furry friends or robot vacuum cleaners. I particularly like three modes: "Go home" and "Leave", which are the standard configuration of the security system, and there is also a "Alert" mode, which can remind you to exercise without triggering an alarm. If you want to receive alerts about the activities of older family members throughout the day, or if you want to ensure that your child does not start school after school, that might be great. Hexadecimal is expected to be released this summer.
Advance the rendering of the center
Apple has a habit of publishing news during CES without actually participating in CES, and the company did it again. This time, this is not a traditional product release, but a social release.
Last June, after the murder of George Floyd and international protests against police brutality, Apple promised to invest $100 million, led by Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president. A new initiative called REJI (Race Equality and Justice Initiative). Now, the company is following closely behind, donating $25 million to Propel Center, a physical and virtual center that provides resources for black universities with a long history. It also donated $10 million and $25 million to Harlem Capital and Siebert Williams Shank's Clear Vision Impact Fund, respectively, and will open a coding college in Detroit, Michigan, offering 30-day introductory courses and a year-long intensive course program.
Apple also stated that it will contribute to the King Center and plans to work with Dr. Bernice A. King to write a dialogue guide on issues of race and inequality. While so many national crises have attracted our attention, let alone the ongoing global epidemic, it is gratifying to see that a large company does more than just provide oral services for racial inequality. thing.
LG’s laser projection technology is one of the most outstanding, which is why I’m so happy to see its brand new Cinebeam projector in person. In addition to providing excellent color accuracy, it also has LG's WebOS interface, AirPlay connection, and WiSa and Bluetooth connections for audio (except for HDMI eARC). Needless to say, this should be one of the easiest projectors to get images and emit sound. It also has the ability to massive images: it will fill a 300-inch screen, bringing a real movie experience.
If you are willing to replace an outside door in your home and spend a huge sum of US$3,000, you can let your pet go out as much as you want. As a very nervous pet parent, this is an interesting concept, which also caused my concern. I mean, what if the postman opens your door and the dog escapes, or someone snatches them out of your yard? If you have one of them that wants to go out, then come in, then go out, then stay inside, stay outside among dogs, that might be great, you know those.
In automatic mode, sensors worn on pet collars activate the door by themselves when they approach the door. In the manual, you can activate it on your phone. There are also video and two-way audio. In addition, it doesn't look like a dog-like door, which is great for aesthetics, so potential intruders won't know its existence-unless of course they will see it open.
Sony Airpeak drone
Sony teased the drone world with footage of the new Airpeak drone at CES. The company announced Airpeak at the end of last year, but did not provide any details. Now, at CES, we learned that not only prototypes exist, but Sony has a new division of the company to develop Airpeak.
Unlike DJI's most popular drone, it will not have a built-in camera system. On the contrary, Airpeak will be able to carry Sony Alpha series cameras. It appears to be primarily a drone for professional filmmakers rather than a consumer-oriented drone to compete with DJI's more popular models. Although niche drone manufacturers have found a dedicated market, the wider consumer market is still dominated by DJI.
Segway Ninebot S Nano
Electric cars are popular among adults because they are fast, fun, and don't make your work hard. As the saying goes, what is good for goose is also good for goose. I started to see more children
Around the town. As a mother, I have to say that these children seem to be living their lives, as if they were sneezing from time to time when sneezing in the emergency room.
Those four cars
The products launched at this year's CES are all very cute, but perhaps the cutest is the Ninebot S Nano, an electric scooter with a cruising range of 13.7 miles for children. It has an intelligent voice assist system and an integrated Bluetooth speaker. It also has a remote control function, so you can turn it into a robot for remote gaming. When I think that my child can control his own remote control vehicle, my mind is confused, but maybe your child will get into hell. In any case, they will be very happy.
X chair X-HMT
Before using Covid, you may not think too much about home office desks and chairs. By now, you may have realized that the restaurant chair temporarily moved to the office is not meant for an 8-hour Zoom meeting.
Tony Mazlish, CEO of Future Seating, often considers chairs. He has been in the chair business for more than 25 years. This is why when the rest of us began to think about how to sit effectively, he was ready to provide solutions-including solving problems that people have not yet realized. The company's latest release is unique. Have
, An office chair with built-in heating and massage therapy, and
, Designed to make the long-term game festival more ergonomic and provide more streamlined functions than the clumsy racing-style game chairs in the past.
Mavix gaming chair
Both are designed to provide simple comfort while encouraging healthy practices-consider lumbar support that moves with you and angled armrests. We have tested and recommended the current X chair
. I am very impressed with how the new model has an ergonomic design that is neither ugly nor clinical.
We are accustomed to the high-tech innovations of smartphones or earphones, but it is interesting that the same creativity is applied to ordinary things, like the place where the butt is parked all day.
GoPro Hero 9 black
GoPro did not make a virtual display at CES this year, but it did coincide with the event when it released GoPro Labs.
It is a way to try some software improvements for GoPro Hero 9, Hero 8, Hero 7 and Max 360 cameras through optional firmware (
). In addition, there are some new ways to trigger recording, including using motion (camera's accelerometer and gyroscope) to start or stop capture.
Other enhancements include improvements to the motion detection function, real-time streaming triggered by connecting to a Wi-Fi network, and a new "one-click" mode, which can turn off everything except the "Record" button, so you won’t The camera mode was changed accidentally.
None of these updates themselves are earth-shattering, but we hope that bigger trends, new features and updates (of which the best camera is what you already have) are part of.
Engageli teaching platform
This afternoon, I attended an online CES conference to discuss the classroom of the future. As a parent of Covid, most of my discussions about distance learning were interrupted by the moyin of "When will the school reopen?" Therefore, it is refreshing to hear online founders talk about feasible solutions to distance learning problems.
It can be described as "school after school", but the effect is better. In addition to other teacher-specific functions, the online platform is asymmetric, which means that teachers can better control the course without being constantly disturbed. Teachers can use multiple monitors to pull different groups of students to different screens, and the platform can protect the privacy of students-no recording, no gaze tracking. Tests were also conducted on devices that may actually be used by students and schools that are short of funds (such as Chromebooks 10 years ago). In the next few years, we will begin to see software and hardware specifically designed for distance learning, rather than rushing to use it in the office. The more students you can accommodate, the better.
HealthyU device, can monitor seven different biological characteristics
The Covid-19 pandemic has robbed hospitals of resources and left many medically vulnerable patients at home. However, even in healthier times, patients who are far from specialists have to travel long distances to see a doctor for frequent follow-ups. This applies especially to patients suffering from cardiovascular disease. If symptoms come and go, clinicians can easily miss them. Continuous monitoring is the key.
Last July, the FDA approved
Electronic smart stethoscope. At CES 2021, the company announced HealthyU, the first smart home device that monitors seven different biological characteristics. It has a seven-lead ECG and can also monitor blood pressure, breathing rate, lung sounds, heart sounds, heart rate, SpO2 and temperature. HD Medical hopes to obtain FDA approval in the second quarter of 2021.
HealthyU has been used for clinical evaluation, and the company is currently negotiating with partners in the fields of health and professional sports. Now, you don’t have to wake up five hours before your appointment, just let the doctor listen for a few minutes and then declare that "everything is fine."
Valencell blood pressure sensor
You may not recognize Valencell's brand name, but if you wear a Scosche armband, Jabra or Bose headphones or a Suunto sports watch, you are almost certain to have used Valencell's sensors before. Since 2006, the North Carolina-based company has manufactured advanced photoplethysmography (PPG) sensors that measure heart rate and oxygen uptake. Now, it is getting involved in blood pressure sensors.
Initially released its blood pressure measurement sensor in January 2020, which was said to have "cuff-like accuracy", but at the time the sensor was mainly designed for ear-based devices. This year, it expanded its sensor suite to make it available for wrist-based wearable devices and devices that can be worn on fingers. Fitness trackers, smart watches and smart rings may quickly provide you with blood pressure readings without the need for a bulky cuff.
There is also a software component. The data must be combined with a person's height, weight, age and gender to provide an accurate blood pressure estimate, and as long as there are problems with the algorithm, there is room for bias and error. In addition, Valencell pointed out that this technology has not yet been approved by the FDA, but the company is seeking a license in early 2021.
Soon, our smart watches and wearable devices can monitor the ECG, blood oxygen level,
Blood pressure-makes them more and more worthy of the "smart" nickname.
GM Cadillac PAV
General Motors announced many new products at CES this year, especially news about several Cadillac pre-production and concept cars. What really caught our attention was a peculiar van-style PAV (personal self-driving car), which is
. Cruise is a self-driving car company that was acquired by General Motors (GM) in 2016, and Origin, which was launched last year, was its first car without a steering wheel. Cruise believes that its vehicles are competitors of Uber and Lyft, and the Cadillac version will be suitable for passengers who want more luxury (and possibly more expensive).
Cadillac is dismissive of details, but has 360-degree seats inside, making the PAV look more like a mobile living room than a taxi. Through gestures and voice control, passengers can change the lighting and release the smell of the entire cabin, and the driving route seems to be set through the touch screen.
General Motors announced that it has no plans to start production. If you haven't given a name to the car, it will be easier to keep expectations low.
Rouge Sur Mesure
Last January, I saw the L'Oreal Perso beauty customization system for the first time in a secluded CES hotel suite. That is a spy movie. After the briefing, my colleague Jess Gray and I leaned back and sat in chairs. The gadgets were brought into the room, shiny and full of potential. At the time, Perso was still under development. This year, it finally appeared.
Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Sur Mesure (YSLRSMPBP for short) (short for (just kidding)) powered by Perso and YSL Beauté, owned by L'Oréal, is a gadget that provides customized lipstick shades.
The name is complicated, but the device itself is simple: eject the color cartridge, select the shade from the app, and use the attached applicator to paint. The top of the device is transformed into a compact portable color. The app can make color suggestions (using AI of course), but you can also choose from options curated by influential people or user communities. Do you want your lips to match your nails perfectly? There is also a function.
It is expensive, priced at US$299, and the three-box refill is expected to sell for about US$100. YSL lipsticks cost about US$40 each, so frequent use may be worth buying. It is also very beautiful (at least via Zoom). The price tag of Rouge Sur Mesure may be overshadowed by the thousands of color options available. There is now a beta version registration is being broadcast live, is expected to be fully launched this fall.
Strangely, changing the headband of the brain is no stranger, but I have never seen such a low-key headband. Cove, which claims to reduce stress, looks more like a pair of wireless earbuds than a futuristic wearable device.
The device vibrates gently behind your ears, which the company claims activates the part of the brain (limbic system) that regulates emotions. During a course of treatment (Cove says you should wear it for 20 minutes a day), the beta waves in the brain should decrease, while the Alpha waves should increase, so after the course of treatment, these Alpha waves still dominate. In a calm meditation state, the alpha wave usually dominates the brain. Beta waves in cognitive tasks and "
I hope I can meet Cove in person and try to test its comfort. If it works, I will tend to use it in public, such as at the airport before the flight, which is the time when I usually feel uncomfortable. When I started to feel overwhelmed, the last thing I wanted to do was put it on a huge device that said "Look at me!" However, at a price of $490, I expected something amazing result.
What has four doors, looks like a minivan, and is covered with 248 polymer-coated discs on its doors, roof and hood?
, Unveiled at CES today, these pucks are solar panels. By combining them with a 35 kWh battery that can be charged via a standard EV charger, the Sion has a maximum range of 158 miles, but if there is sufficient sunlight, it can automatically charge and can travel up to 21.7 miles per day. It has a top speed of 87 miles per hour, which is enough to keep you honest on the highway, but high enough that this is not a real problem. The solar panels on the door and roof mean that when the sun is low on the horizon or snow on the roof, it can still collect some energy.
But what happens if hail is encountered? Or broke the door or hood? Sono said that the solar panels are replaceable, and in the absence of specific figures, the repair cost is similar to the cost of replacing the metal body panels of a standard non-solar car when the cost of repainting is considered.
It was built in Saab's former factory in Trollhättan, Sweden, and must have inherited some of Saab's quirks-there is a mossy built-in glass under the 10-inch touch screen in the center of the dashboard container. Think of it as a co-pilot you don't have to feed. Sono plans to launch the product in Europe first. There are already 12,600 pre-orders, and it will be sold later in the United States at a net price of US$26,000.
As a personal care enthusiast and technology enthusiast, I am always excited when two worlds collide. Despite the long-term gender gap between mainstream technology products, CES has always reminded me that there are others in the world who feel the same way. This year, I stumbled upon
, A perfume start-up company dedicated to making perfume smarter. Named after
(The first recording chemist and her researcher), Ninu is a wallet-sized device paired with an AI-guided application.
The cylindrical gadget contains three vegan scents in recycled glass vials. Users will be able to adjust the smell according to their mood. Date night may be more fun, and summer is sweeter. Smell can be controlled through the app, which has an AI-powered assistant that can provide wise advice and understand your preferences over time. Although specific aromas and blends are still being developed, CEO and founder Marko Matijević said that the company is working closely with perfumers in Grasse to finalize the first two aroma families to be launched: one for women, One is oriented towards men. In our speech, he also emphasized Ninu's sustainable development initiatives; by using things such as recycled glass and reducing packaging, he hopes to make the perfume industry greener.
Cannot make a reservation yet. The price, smell and final design have not yet been determined. The current plan may change. It will launch a crowdfunding campaign in March and (theoretically) start production in the second half of 2021. Although there is a real risk that products that debut at CES will never be introduced to the market,
) High hopes for this.
As more and more people are forced to be placed in appropriate places, we have encountered a huge technical problem. The screen is the way most adults connect with the outside world, but even the simplest tablet can be challenging for younger children. Oh, and staring at the screen will melt their brains.
So encountering it is a relief
. Skoog first started to help disabled children express themselves through music. For CES 2021, it is the same as
(Big Bird knows what this is!) The first sensory cube that does not require any screen. The parental control app allows you to control soft, squeezable and illuminated RFID buttons, allowing children to play interactive songs, games and stories. This sounds better than restarting a 3-year-old Amazon Fire tablet again and again.
Flo is part of Moen's larger water safety system
You may not know that there is a leaking pipe in the house until it is too late. Then you need to buy a plumber, new plasterboard, flooring, and a bottle of sturdy stuff to reduce financial losses. But what if you have...smart pipes?
The faucet manufacturer Moen has updated its Flo water safety system by adding monitors for pumps-these useless eliminators can rescue your basement in the event of a flood. Connect it to the rest of the Flo system, which monitors the water flow, temperature and pressure in the house. If there is a problem, the water supply can be shut off in the event of a leak, or the pipeline can be cleaned if there is a danger of freezing. All content is synced to and controlled by the companion app, so even if you are away, you don’t have to worry about your house becoming the victim of the victim.
L'Oreal Water Saving Sprinkler
As Guive Balooch, vice president of its technology incubator, told us, L'Oréal’s pursuit of "creating beautiful products" has surpassed traditional beauty technology. It also brings the design concept into the shower head that focuses on sustainability.
The water saver comes from a partnership with the environmental company Gjosa, and it has versions for salon and home use. It uses a technique called "separation", which forces water droplets to collide and reduce their size while increasing their speed. L'Oréal stated that this will reduce water consumption (80%) without putting pressure on it. The end result is similar to
The salon version includes a hair product injection device that can deliver products such as shampoo, conditioner, and oil directly into the water stream, so that the product is more evenly distributed and easy to rinse. (We are particularly pleased that better washing results without overloading the hair with dry shampoo.) There is also no need for major installations.
The household shower head will not include an infusion device when it is activated. The device is still about 18 months later, but its design is fashionable. It looks more like an upgrade to a rain shower than a water-saving technology. Both versions will provide information on how much water they save each day.
It is only a matter of time. Once masks became an essential accessory, they began to adopt fashionable designs, high-tech fabrics and now applications. Embedded in
Monitor the air quality at your current location, the pollutants that have been filtered out and when to replace the filter. In the active mode, it can also track your breathing every minute and every step, you can check it on your phone.
Personally, I measure my breathing by desperately inhaling. However, the mask is washable, and the sensor has a replaceable battery. At least, does it look comfortable (if not precise) useful?
ColdSnap Pod Ice Cream Machine
One of the weirdest kitchen accessories in this year’s virtual showcase is
, Keurig-like equipment can instantly freeze everything from ice cream to frozen margaritas. Put it in the aluminum pod pot, and after 90 seconds, you will be stuffed into the cold food.
ColdSnap claims that because its pods (which look like Red Bull cans) can be 100% recycled and because its desserts can be stored and transported at room temperature before being immediately frozen, it can save on ice cream related emissions. I'm not sure that every can will eventually melt, but I do like the idea of on-demand ice cream. One thing for sure: You need a sturdy place to hold the 50-pound behemoth.
Razer's conceptual mask
Razer, a gaming laptop manufacturer, introduced two well-known concept devices at this year's CES. The first one is the Hazel project. It is a transparent plastic mask with RGB lighting and voice amplifier. I want one so good. It is 2021. We deserve it.
Razer gaming chair with huge roll-up screen
On the other hand, Project Brooklyn is a large gaming chair whose screen can be rolled up and folded onto the back of the chair itself. This is more conceptual in concept products, but it is a cool idea. Imagine a game setup that does not require a large desk! Just stuff the game chair into a corner of the living room.
Bowflex Max trainer M9
What did you buy urgently this year? Toilet paper, bread maker, robot vacuum cleaner? Strangely, if you have enough capacity and space, you may also purchase an indoor fitness machine to compensate for all the sedentary time you hide in place during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Peloton bikes (and apps) are currently the undisputed king, but almost every fitness company now offers a subscription-based holistic fitness app and paired its hardware with it. Even Apple and Fitbit introduced new programs before CES even started this year.
Bowflex's plan is called JRNY (pronounced "journey"), a personalized coaching experience, now integrated with new treadmills, bicycles and the upcoming Max Trainer M9. M9 is designed for low-impact, high-intensity training, can be personalized and adaptable exercise and occupy a small indoor space. After the trial period, you
Your JRNY subscription fee must be paid monthly. Or, you can always log in with your Disney+ account and spend an hour and a half happy time to watch all
General Motors today announced a new commercial brand for electric commercial vehicles called BrightDrop at the International Consumer Electronics Show. Today, two BrightDrop electric cars stand out. EP1 is the propulsion auxiliary transport box on the rotating wheel. There is no need to operate it through the remote control, but move it slightly in the desired direction, and then the electric hub motor in the wheel will start to provide power. When a deliveryman delivers goods in a warehouse or from a delivery truck to someone's home, it can make the EP1 move up to 3 miles per hour. There are adjustable shelves inside, which can hold 23 cubic feet of cargo and weigh up to 200 pounds. Within a few months after launch, you will see something rolling down the sidewalk.
The EV600 is a light commercial delivery truck, just like the FedEx and UPS parked trucks you see on the street. It has a driving distance of 250 miles, and there is a panel on the right side of the truck (sidewalk) that can be opened like the awning of a dining truck, allowing quick loading and unloading of EP1. Later this year, delivery companies will start adding EV600s to their fleets, and you will see them on the street. Pay close attention to the next FedEx Express truck you see-it may eventually be an EV600.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus 2 with E ink
Lenovo is doubling its unusual E Ink notebook ThinkBook Plus 2. The ThinkBook Plus that was released at CES last year was an internal normal laptop, but Lenovo did not cover the logo, but took an 11-inch black laptop with a white E-ink display. Think of it as the Kindle on a laptop. of
Increase the size and resolution of E Ink to a 1260-inch (2,560 x 1600 pixel) display, which is the same resolution as the IPS display on the other side. This way you can free up more space to take notes (automatically saved to the desktop), view your calendar or read e-books at a glance. ThinkBook Plus 2 will be available in the first quarter of 2021.
Lenovo also updated its ThinkBook 14P and 16P, which run on the AMD Ryzen mobile processor just released. As a sign of the times, they are especially optimized for video conferencing with full HD webcams, and AI-based noise cancellation algorithms can suppress environmental noise when you are video chatting.
Dell 40-inch Ultrasharp monitor
Considering that many of us have become very painfully aware of the screen space of home computers in the past year, this is the right time to release a larger widescreen. Dell's
40 inches, amazing 5,120 x 2,160 pixel resolution.
You can place four full browser windows side by side on this curved behemoth, and that’s no problem. This is a huge screen, so big that some people might abandon two full-size monitors for one. With the Thunderbolt 3 port, you can even charge your computer through it. There is no news about the pricing, but hope it will cost a lot of money. I can't wait to see this in person.
Kohler Still Bath
Don't ignore the bathroom! In order to improve every square inch of space you have lived in the past 10 months, Kohler has introduced a bathtub, which is clearly designed to make every nervous, stressed gadget writer feel frustrated, endlessly.
The static bath is a Japanese square soaking bath with elements of a luxurious infinity pool. It is a wreath made of Japanese wood, and of course it is smart, so you can fill it at your favorite temperature, turn on the atmospheric pressure, or dispense soothing essential oils in a gentle way.
The mist and water splashed on the sides, eventually creating a false feeling of peace and abundance, once you deal with this bathtub, it costs $16,000, which may disappear. It is not available until October. Hopefully, by then, all of us will be able to relax a little bit-whether it is without tub or without tub.
Stern pinball machine
Make machines with modern themes of last year's theme
Old school classics like this
. But the company's real strength is the music machine. whether
, Every machine is full of detailed details, these details will make the fan lost.
Stern’s latest finalist is
Nostalgia. There are three versions, each with real concert clips and all the charm and shocking lighting of live performances. As you browse through reproductions of the band’s image, continue to admire classic works such as "Song of Immigrants" and "Kashmir", including the prominent winged Icarus logo and the legendary Zeppelin itself.
Panasonic car windshield head-up display
On some models, the head-up display (HUD) has been around for many years, but usually they only spread a small amount of information on the windshield in front of the driver, such as speed, engine speed, and possibly even basic navigation directions. arrow. Cover only a small part of the glass.
Today, Panasonic Motors showcased its 4K resolution AR HUD, which covers a larger part of the windshield and mixes two-dimensional information (such as vehicle speed, speed limit, and fuel range) in a near-field view in a three-dimensional view in. The navigation directions in the far-field view, which seem to be projected spatially onto the road ahead. If you are navigating somewhere, it looks as if the 3D blue line overlay has actually been drawn on the pavement of the road you should be walking on. For those of you who have heard Siri yell "Turn right" and don't know which of the two close roads she is referring to, 3D navigation sounds really comforting.
The cyclist will be recognized by AR HUD and an attractive yellow cyclist symbol will be marked on the display. It will also highlight lane markings, objects on the road, and collisions ahead. AR HUD has a 180-degree field of view, can look forward 90 meters across three lanes, and can detect and display new information in less than 300 milliseconds.
Fans of the most elegant form of Japanese green tea will be delighted to see
, With the push of a button, you can reduce the entire teahouse preparation cycle. You pour the matcha tea leaves into the top of the machine, and then crush them in a ceramic grinder into the fine powder needed for proper matcha brewing. The powder falls into the waiting cup of hot water, and the magnetic stirrer beats the water and matcha into a foamy, grass-like beer.
Such a one-time special equipment raises a question: Is it really difficult or time-consuming to prepare matcha by hand using powdered tea leaves and bamboo skewers, to ensure the machine is automated? The answer is no. There are many machines at CES that can handle similar simple tasks, but in fact, using this ancient method is usually not too difficult or time-consuming.
Maybe you need to take a closer look. Freshly ground tea (much like the coffee in freshly ground coffee) is better than pre-ground tea, but I can’t tell you if Cuzen’s matcha is better than traditional handmade matcha. I look forward to testing it. Or you can buy one and try it yourself
Panasonic today praised its new BGH1 micro three-quarter camera as "the first micro three-quarter camera approved by Netflix." The box-shaped camera may become one of the necessary equipment for filmmakers.
It is an order of magnitude cheaper than the popular "red camera", and is smaller and lighter. It has various specifications required by filmmakers and supports 10-bit 4:2:0 4K/60p and 10-bit 4:2:2 4K video. Also supports all industry standard gamma curves, such as BR.2100, V-Log L and HLG. Perhaps the most impressive is the cooling system, which Panasonic claims can achieve unlimited recording time.
I am very interested in the Flex IO safety sensor from Alarm.com. It uses LTE-M technology, so it can work anywhere within LTE coverage-no hub or Wi-Fi is required, and it is weatherproof.
Magnetic sensors can basically be installed in any place where traditional safety sensors can work, such as windows, gates, barns and chicken house doors, etc., but they are usually not installed in some places. There is also a loop option to monitor independent items such as bicycles, tools, and other consumables that do not work when the on/off sensor does not work. If someone is crawling on your house, trying to lift a motorcycle or let go of a chicken, no matter what people do, they will be notified through the Alarm.com app.
You can set up rules, such as being notified when you turn on something at a certain time of the day or when you turn on something at a certain time (for example, after sunset, if we are still talking about chickens). If you have an Alarm.com camera, you can also set up rules to trigger the video. The company said the expected battery life of these sensors will exceed two years.
. The monthly rent for the first unit is US$10-15.
Otterbox controller enclosure for Xbox
As if you need more evidence to prove that 2020 is the year we all participate in games, outdoor lifestyle manufacturer Otterbox recently launched a complete line of Xbox games, including mobile games that connect mobile phones to controllers and controller housings Clip, a suitcase and an antibacterial screen protector that can be attached to the phone. This kind of cooperation is totally meaningful. We already trust Otterbox to protect our food and
In the wilderness, why not control us?
. Pre-orders will begin on January 25.
HP Elite Folio laptop
A few years ago, HP tried to shake up the luxury notebook market by introducing the high-end notebook market.
. Considering that leather is a heavy material and may frustrate those who care about animal rights, this is a strange move. However, one of the world's largest notebook computer manufacturers has emerged. At this year's virtual CES, HP launched the Elite Folio, a new 13.5-inch foldable notebook computer packaged in "vegan skin". Perhaps more noteworthy is that it will run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8CX Gen 2 5G computing system when it ships, which means it’s an ARM-based, always-connected laptop that should have amazing battery life. . From Microsoft’s own perspective, the disadvantages of ARM
, Folio cannot run certain types of Windows 10 applications. We have no price information yet.
HP Envy 14 will also undergo major improvements this year, including a new 16:10 1080p multi-touch IPS display. The extra screen height (compared to 16:9) doesn't sound like much, but based on our experience, it's nice. The screen also provides better color accuracy, and this trend makes us excited to see that many manufacturers are embracing this year.
Model cannabis dosing device and application
It is not difficult to consume cannabis:
You will then feel good and stop eating, or repeat steps 1 and 2. If you consume too much, you can take a nap and consume less next time.
It is the smart cannabis device that was unveiled at CES today, and it adds some data to the dosage.
This $100 gadget is compatible with the threaded 510 oil cartridge, allowing users to choose a dose of 1 to 5 mg. Tactile feedback tells you when to inhale and exhale (something
Doing so can reduce the production of dough), and because it is 2021, there is an accompanying smartphone app that can help you track the amount of smoking weed and the feeling of various strains.
Devices such as Mode may be helpful for those who do not consume marijuana and make themselves on the high side, but are very useful for specific goals (such as pain management or anxiety control) and require accurate dosage and record keeping.
Of course, you can spend a more accurate dose yourself without having to spend Franklin, and you can also figure out how long to wait before you exhale. It may be worthwhile to ask the freshman at your pharmacy for pressure advice or keep some notes on your consumption.
. The equipment is expected to be available in the first half of 2021.
Cync indoor smart camera
The former C by GE brand is now Cync, which has been sold to Savant. Any current C by GE product you may own, such as its
According to the company, there will be a seamless transition to the new Cync application in March.
Presumably, the new app will provide more personalization options, such as the ability to preview colors and brightness using your room photos. This can be useful for arranging time or when planning to attend a post-Covid party (anytime).
As far as I know, Cync has also released an indoor camera that looks small and unremarkable. I especially like that you can close and open the camera by pushing it up or down. It is good to know that when you see orange, it does not work (as shown in the image above). Outdoor smart plugs with two sockets and fan speed smart switches are also coming soon.
JBL Bar 5.0 will be available this spring at a price of US$400.
I always advise people to put a
If possible, connect it to the TV, but sometimes you can place an all-in-one soundbar in your own space. This is where new bars like JBL Bar 5.0 really break through. This single soundbar uses JBL's proprietary technology to bounce sound around your TV room, and can simulate real surround sound based on Dolby Atmos objects without an additional speaker. It is even compatible with Alexa, Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay to meet all your streaming needs. If you have been trying to better enjoy movies in a small isolated apartment, then this may be the best choice.
Have you ever hoped that the shower head can pump water
Play music at the same time? No? Well, Shower Power from the accessory manufacturer Ampere did. The shower head is compatible with most pipes, and the fixed speaker is paired with the mobile phone via Bluetooth. Don't worry, there is no need to plug the shower head into the socket. The whole thing is driven by the water flowing through it. In addition, the plastic parts are made of recycled marine plastic. it is
It will be listed at the end of 2020 and is expected to be listed in May this year at a price of US$100.
LG's new refrigerator can make cocktail-style ice balls
LG showed off a new side-by-side refrigerator at CES this year. What most people are talking about is the glass panel on the door, you can knock on the glass to turn on the indoor lighting, and then check what's inside.
But this is not true innovation. The only thing you need to know about the new LG refrigerator is that it contains a mechanism that produces spherical "craft ice". Yes, the freezer’s ice maker can extract boring cubes and pedestrian pebbles, but it can also make slow-melting ice balls. You can put them in a glass of whiskey or bourbon to reduce water dilution. The ice ball will not fall out of the dispenser nozzle. It sounds too dangerous. You just open the door and enter the trash can where they appear...
. The advancement of human progress.
Samsung JetBot 90 Robot Vacuum Cleaner
I have been watching all the movies and shows of "Star Wars" with my partner. (I know, I’m 43 years late.) If there is one thing "Star Wars" does well, it is to make the robot look helpful and a bit talkative. At CES, Samsung introduced three of its own robots to make your life easier, although it is not clear whether they will actually be available.
This will be one! JetBot 90 AI +
Will be listed this year. It is a security camera and robot vacuum cleaner that uses object recognition and sensors for effective cleaning without jamming cables or other objects.
Samsung's really exciting robots (in theory) are Bot Care5 and Bot Handy6. The former is a personal assistant who can familiarize yourself with your daily work and let you master the most important schedule. I dare say that the latter is very cute, you can put the dishes in the dishwasher or pour a glass of wine. Hello there,
Acer announced a series of new laptops, including the Chromebook 514 using AMD Ryzen 3000 C series processors. This is the first AMD-based Chromebook launched by Acer, and it is also the first of many AMD-based Chromebooks we are expected to see this year.
A strong competitor that can be substituted
Chromebook714. The new Chromebook 514 will go on sale in mid-February.
Breastfeeding two children is one of the most difficult things I have ever done. (I used to pump and store milk in the mini refrigerator at CES.) As a mother, my top priority is that my children get the best food in the first year of life, but as a working mom, from me Taking care of my own body, pumping water and storing food is logistically inconvenient, and physically difficult.
Therefore, it is no exaggeration to say
Will change lives. The company collects breast epithelial cells when women expect them and cultures them in its facilities. When the cells are ready, they are stimulated to produce personalized human milk for the baby, which is then returned to the mother. In June, the startup raised $3.5 million to optimize production and expand the team, hoping to bring better feeding options to parents everywhere.
JBL Reflect mini NC
JBL's new Reflect Mini NC TWS earplugs are designed for people
In the morning or dusk. They have a reflective coating on the outside of each earbud, just like the lacquer you see on the white line of the road, so cars and cyclists can see you when you travel through miles. They can also eliminate noise, have an IPX7 waterproof rating, can be used for up to 7 hours outside the case, and are compatible with Google and Alexa smart assistants.
. We haven't tried them and don't know how effective the coating is, but we like other JBL wireless earbuds.
V-Moda M-200 ANC headset
I have been a fan of V-Moda's uneven Italian design and durable metal parts for many years, and I hope that the M-200 (the company's first noise-canceling headset) will not change. The new model draws on the company’s older earmuffs design. Each earmuff has a customizable panel on the outside and has the same hexagonal rounded corner design that we expect the brand to adopt.
Below the surface, they have a custom-tuned 40mm drive and a 20-hour battery life matching Bose, which can take you from here. Time will tell how they stack up with the ever-growing noise cancellation models, but given the company's history, I bet these will be the best of the year.
Moft Snap-On stand and wallet for iPhone 12
Moft (or Traveler’s Mobile Office) is one of our favorite companies. It makes affordable, invisible accessories that are so useful and simple that your forehead will be amazed, never thought of before. We don't travel much now, but I expect many people will still find this embedded bracket for iPhone very useful. It has a three-magnet design and can support the phone in portrait, landscape or floating mode. It can also hold up to three credit cards, which you can stick to sticky magnetic pads placed around the house to record your weird and lonely kitchen TikToks.
Julian was recently in our recommendation
, But this is new to me, so I joined too!
Square Off's latest high-tech board
"This is the wizard's chess!" was the first sentence I saw
years ago. You will compete with the built-in artificial intelligence, and the chess pieces on the chessboard will move to the square by themselves through the mechanized magnetic system on the board. It can also connect to services like Chess.com, allowing you to interact with millions of users around the world without having to rely on touchscreen apps.
Square Off’s latest product is a retractable battery-powered chessboard, minus an automatic movement. It's not that fun because they don't move on their own, but it makes it easy to transport and play with anyone online in the park-perfect if you just finished watching
If you want magical self-moving pieces, Square Off
Finally shipped in June this year. It is a lighter, faster and cheaper version of the original version. There is also "swap", which is a chessboard where you can play chess, checkers, halma and Connect 4 on the same board.
LG QNED TV
One of the biggest problems
How bright they can get. Each pixel acts as its own backlight, and they look beautiful in a darker room, but if you like to watch TV with the curtains open, you'd better choose a traditional LED TV. LG's latest flagship TV product line will solve this problem through a new technology called OLED Evo. bad news? At least this year, these may lead to high prices.
In order to narrow the gap between expensive OLED TVs and more affordable products offered by competitors such as Samsung, Vizio and TCL, LG also announced a new LED TV production line. QNED TVs (not the same as QLEDs due to the inclusion of LG’s nano battery technology) will have multi-zone backlights and quantum colors, and will have better performance even in brighter spaces.
Of course, in the past 10 months, all of us have tried, wearing protective masks and making a phone call, and the whole process sounded garbled. (And, if you haven't worn a mask in public, you should.) Hong Kong-based electronics company Binatone thinks this is a solution.
A product called MaskFone (which was mocked last fall, but debuted at CES this week) combines a machine-washable fabric mask with an N95 filter, built-in microphone and connected earbuds so you can pop them Join as needed and experience clearer phone calls. If you do not want to hang the earplugs next to the mask when not in use, you can connect them to the magnetized cable clamp of the mask. And if you sync the mask to Binafone's mobile app Hubble Connected, you can put Alexa or Google Assistant commands directly into the mask.
, And comes with three PM 2.5 filters. Replacement package will
. It can be ordered now, but we have not tested it yet.
Qualcomm 3D acoustic wave sensor 2nd generation
Many phones now use fingerprint sensors embedded under the display, but these sensors are still not as reliable as the reliable capacitive sensors you see on the back or side of the phone. Qualcomm's solution: a larger sensor. Its new second-generation 3D acoustic wave sensor is 50% faster and 77% larger than before, so you can collect 1.7 times more biometric data from your fingertips than others. It sounds small, but the larger surface area of the thumb can make a big difference. It will be used in some phones launched in early 2021.
Last week, Qualcomm also announced
Connect to one of its most affordable processor product lines. Its 4 series chips usually power phones and tablets that cost less than $200, and you can expect 480 5G to appear in such devices soon.
MBUX super screen
Who needs buttons when there is a screen? The MBUX Hyperscreen debuted on this year's Mercedes-Benz EQS electric luxury sedan. It is a 55.5-inch wide display that spans the entire dashboard. It consists of three continuous OLED touch screens and is located under a continuous Corning Gorilla Glass. The driver and front passenger each have a 12 by 3 inch wide screen with an 18 inch screen in the middle for navigation, HVAC control, smartphone messaging and media control. The passenger display can play video, while the driver display can show gauges and all the information you expect, such as the remaining mileage of the electric car.
The Mercedes press conference also showed a UFO graphic, which was zoomed in on the display to show the gravity that the car is bearing in real time. I don't know why they chose to measure gravity. Car manufacturers are already working hard to make the driver's information feed easy to understand, and the driver does not need to understand gravity. Hope it can be disabled.
MBUX Hyperscreen was created entirely internally by Mercedes-Benz, and it requires eight CPU cores (unknown processor) and 24 GB RAM to power it. The technology will flow to other Mercedes models after its debut on EQS, provided that buyers really want to use a full touch interface.
Philips usually produces powerful and stylish electric toothbrushes, and like most recent toothbrush companies, it has been incorporating smart features into it. Its latest product is Sonicare 9900 Prestige, which has an automatic synchronization function, so you don't have to open an app every time you brush your teeth (this is a feature we saw and liked)
). It also claims to personalize your brushing experience through sensing technology and real-time adaptation. Therefore, if you tend to apply too much pressure, it can automatically adjust the intensity.
Philips also has one
Service, so you can solve dental problems without worrying about entering the world of Covid infection.
If you are more concerned about your sleep, the company also launched
At CES. The patient’s facial photos can put them on the best masks, making them more comfortable sleeping in comic book-style masks. But this must be
, May not be available to everyone.
Today, at the International Consumer Electronics Show, Panasonic touted new batteries with less than 5% cobalt and promised to "work hard to develop cobalt-free batteries in the next few years."
Lithium-ion batteries power almost every gadget you have, but you may not know the contents of the battery. Lithium batteries not only contain lithium, but also use cobalt as the positive electrode material in the battery. Today, more than half of the global cobalt supply comes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Many surveys have found that the cobalt supply chain is full of child labor and dangerous working conditions.
Panasonic is one of the world's largest manufacturers of lithium-ion batteries, providing batteries for Tesla's battery packs.
Linksys Velop Wi-Fi 6E router
Last year was about
, But in 2021,
It's really all the rage. This is a huge update that adds 6 GHz of spectrum on top of the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, thereby reducing congestion and increasing speed. You need new hardware, but Linksys owned by Belkin says its new Wi-Fi 6E mesh router (
) All three frequency bands are used on all devices to improve performance, even for devices without Wi-Fi 6E support. Also released is an update to the Linksys Aware app, which now uses Wi-Fi-connected smart home devices (in homes with Linksys Wi-Fi 5 routers) for accurate room-to-room motion sensing.
Belkin also has its own new hardware, the Soundform True Wireless earbuds with good specifications, including eight hours of battery life (20 or more in the case of wireless charging), environmental noise cancellation, in-ear detection, and IPX5 sweat and anti Splash function-and Boost Charge Pro 2-in-1 wireless charger stand with MagSafe ($100). You can fix iPhone 12 on it vertically or horizontally, and charge other devices (such as AirPods Pro) in the dock. Both earbuds and chargers will be launched in March or April.
Confused about Wi-Fi 6E? Mike explained it below!
You may see a press announcement from CES calling it the "Wi-Fi 6E" feature of the gadget. You may also have heard of Wi-Fi 6,
. So you may be wondering: What is the difference between Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E?
no difference! Wi-Fi 6E is just a brand that has been adopted by the consumer technology industry, indicating that the device has all the chips and radios needed to make it have the latest Wi-Fi 6 capabilities.
Wi-Fi 6E is a new standard for home network gadgets (routers, security cameras, doorbells that connect to the Internet), which enables these devices to utilize the 6 GHz wireless spectrum. The wireless router you are currently using may be capable of using the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands. These new Wi-Fi 6E devices can also access the 6 GHz frequency band, which the FCC has recently allowed consumers to use. This extra part of the wireless band should help reduce congestion on the home network, so traffic can flow more smoothly between all the phones, computers, smart speakers, and streaming boxes that are currently competing for your little router's attention. This new 6 GHz band is also part of the higher bandwidth in the wireless spectrum, so Wi-Fi 6E devices can send stronger and faster signals that contain more information.
This is a huge development, but don't be confused by the brand. If you see Wi-Fi 6E, it is the wireless enhancement you have been waiting for. Just know that although older devices can connect to the new Wi-Fi 6E router, only Wi-Fi 6E devices will be able to communicate with it on the newer and faster wireless frequency bands. (You saw that part, right?) Also, if you have invested in Wi-Fi 6 hardware, you need to check whether it complies with the Wi-Fi 6E standard that is now being promoted throughout the industry.
On the surface, this Lenovo tablet looks ordinary
, But what makes it stand out is its $23
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The election of the Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives represented by Representative Emmanuel "Chris" Welch marked the beginning of a new era in national politics. Not only was he the first black speaker in state history, but he was also the first speaker named Michael Madigan in 24 years.
But Welch believes that this gavel was an unstable period in state history. This period was marked by a fatal pandemic, which led to an economic crisis and a sharp decline in national income, as well as social inequality. During turbulent times, many of these pandemics made the situation worse.
The owner of a shopping mall called Chinatown Plaza has not paid more than $1 million in property taxes and interest for more than eight years. The money was used for the shopping mall’s bustling plaza and Archer Avenue in the booming Chinatown center. The paved corridor.
They said they didn't know any taxes owed before 2017. At that time, a humble Cook County government agency filed a claim against the County Secretary of the Treasury's Scavenger Tax Case and eventually acquired 62,000 square feet of public areas in the shopping mall, which were separated from the shops. And restaurants.
The Illinois General Assembly Retirement System (GARS) received only 16% of the funding.
Legislators may end the year this year, but this will cost taxpayers.
Like any political organization that understands how things really work, the Chicago Federation of Teachers also knows that the key to success is to express your message correctly.
To listen to the voice of the union, its task is to help children and their families. More teachers have more resources, school nurses and consultants, and sufficient financial resources to help families in need buy houses and put food on the table. Something similar.
Michael Madigan is now a member of the Illinois House of Representatives, and now the people of the state can dream of better leadership skills. But they will understand only when they ask timid lawmakers to reject the bad practices that Madigan has perfected in the Capitol for half a century. The new spokesperson Emanuel "Chris" Welch (Emanuel "Chris" Welch) expressed his support for moving in a new direction. Just wait and see.
Most voters understand that during the state legislature and the Democratic rule where Madigan is still chairman, Illinois has moved from a piece of land to a wreckage yard and urgently needs to be cleaned up. Once the strongest and most popular economy among outsiders in the United States, it is now a relatively chaotic job shortage, taxpayers fleeing and establishing companies and future employers in more hospitable states. The coronavirus pandemic has put the state in a more unstable state.
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Katie Mattingly-Lohman turned her hobby of furniture finishing into a side job, which is the dressing table before and after Mattingly-Lohman.
Katie Mattingly-Lohman likes to repair furniture. She will give a course at Lete Stringfellow at Choteau's The Edge on February 4.
Chelsea Schilling turned his hobby of furniture trimming into a side job. Shilling stood beside a piece of her finished work.
There are many forms of art. For the two Teton County ladies, furnishing furniture is their canvas.
Katie Mattingly-Lohman of Choteau and Chelsea Schilling of Fairfield are both busy with full-time work and family life, but they both take time out to provide a new life for old furniture or worn-out furniture for them to enjoy or sell.
The two ladies are an increasing number of residents in the area, and they have received the upsurge in furniture renovation. The works they created have been promoted on their respective Facebook pages and sold in Choteau’s The Edge Salon and Fairfield Drug Store.
Saving seemingly irretrievable things has become the main trend of home decoration. This trend has become so popular that people reuse almost everything in beautifully styled furniture. The two ladies said that the possibilities are limitless.
The previous thinking of "old and old, new and old" has developed new meanings. According to a website exploring refurbished furniture, old-fashioned furniture can be a powerful ally against "identity." It is popular to find rare or unique works that can be experimented and personalized.
In some cases, repairing a piece of furniture is out of nostalgia-a desire to keep the precious furniture of the family. For others, it is more about quality-solid parts. It may also be related to the environment, rather than filling the dump with unused furniture.
For the two Teton County women, it was mainly because they liked this hobby.
Mattingly-Lohman said: "I have always loved painting and often change the wall color of the room."
Mattingly-Lohman grew up on a sunny slope bench and attended Elementary School in Golden Ridge and Junior High and High School in Fairfield. After graduation, in the fall of 1999, she enrolled in the Maddison Beauty School in Helena. She opened the "The Jagged Edge" salon in Choteau in 2007 and is now called "The Edge" salon. She and her husband Josh Lohman have six children: his two boys Hunter and Conner and her children Gage, Soren, Scarlett and Moses.
She smiled and said: "I did a lot of things in my house, from linoleum floors to kitchen cabinets to bricks behind the fireplace." "My husband is a good exercise."
She said: "When Gage was invited to participate in a track event in Australia and needed help paying for his travel expenses, I started to raise more furniture for him." "I have been paying attention to'other people's trash' and look at me. Can it be given new life."
Mattingly-Lohman said: "People have provided me with a few pieces of furniture to clean up storage or upgrades, and hope to clear the space." "Many times, I have one piece of furniture in the living room where I work and another piece of furniture in the salon.... …I paint on weekends, evenings and among salon clients."
When asked, she said: "I'm not sure if I have any furniture I like." "I am usually very excited about the work I was doing at the time. Whenever I use bright and interesting colors that I have never used before, I am the one who likes the most."
Mattingly-Lohman is looking for a solid building to renovate. The condition of the piece will determine how much preparation is required from peeling paint to polishing scratches.
From the very beginning, she experimented with the technology, which paint products were used, how many layers of colors were needed to get the desired tone, and the type of texture that worked best.
She said: "I use and sell Dixie Belle paint products." "I get inspiration from other artists in the group and the colors in jewelry or pictures."
Mattingly-Lohman said that after completing a large project that was not progressing well, she started using Dixie Belle. "I asked a pair of furniture artists for help and was guided to some Dixie Belle primers and topcoats to solve my project. After researching and using some of these products, I began to get involved." She said. "This is a very user-friendly product with excellent tutorials and skills, so I decided to try them all and start selling."
She also asked her Facebook followers for advice on the next upgrade product. She asked in the post: "Which style is yours?" or "Who is my Boho friend?! How many of you use this paint at home?"
She said: "I also get more commission jobs-dining table, kitchen utensils, dressing table, etc." "I usually let people get to know me through Facebook Messenger or just stop in the salon."
The cost of the commission depends on how someone looks, how many steps it takes to complete the finish, and how long it takes to complete. "If a restaurant has more than four chairs and there are many spindles on the chairs, it will be more." The average price of a large table and six chairs is $450, and many details on a dressing table are more like $150. ," she said. "I'm still looking for the best way to charge. "
Mattingly-Lohman also takes the next step by offering courses. She said: "My first class is scheduled to be held on February 4." From the beginning it will be a basic drawing course-thorough cleaning, preparation, painting, some mixing and sealing.
"I'm very excited," she said. She will participate with Lea Stringfellow from Choteau, who used Dixie Belle paint to do some decoration courses. The course will be held in the back room of The Edge. She smiled and said, "Ang Lee and I have a lot of ideas in class. We may explode."
Chelsea is one of those people who appreciate Katie's ideas.
Schilling (Banis) spent her early years in Lolo and then moved the family to Fairfield when she became closer to her family at the age of 9. After graduating from Fairfield High School, she attended Montana State University in Bozeman, majoring in community hygiene while playing basketball. She has a master's degree in health management from Montana State University in Billings. She and her husband Adam have two children, Kameryn (3) and River (1), and have lived in Fairfield for three years, where she is Front Administrator of Range Assisted Living.
"I have always liked painting," Schilling said. She added: “I worked for Jones Painting during the university summer vacation and painted the interior of the Yellowstone Club house and was able to learn how to make cool epoxy garage floors,” she added. "That's really cool, I learned the drawing skills I keep using."
Since then, she likes to switch colors in the couple's house where she lived. She said: "It wasn't until three years ago that I found out how much I like to decorate furniture. At that time, I renovated a TV cabinet I found on the Internet and spent 20 dollars." "I had a lot of fun, it turned out to be me Something I never want to let go."
Since then, Schilling said, it was really interesting to be able to discuss different technologies and ideas with Mattingly-Lohman. "Katy is a creative and fun artist, and her work always inspires me," Schilling said.
Schilling said that due to busy work, the best time is at nap time or at night. "I will advance by leaps and bounds, where I will spend a few days tinkering with a few projects, and then spending a little time when my life gets busy. I find this to be a relaxed and casual hobby, and I find that I really like this Things. When my friend Megan (Megan) encouraged me to sell a few things in Fairfield's drugstore, it happened by accident that I also made money," she said.
"I have done all kinds of things, but usually I pay attention to dressers, bedside tables and lockers in online or garage sales," Schilling said. "It's really interesting to find works with neat details. Someone can use them as unique works in their own home. My friends are always fascinated by me, so I never have to work too hard."
She has several antiques that she has repaired. These antiques have been completed in her family, and she plans to never give up. She said: "Other people, I am very happy to give people a new look and pass it on to others."
When Schilling looks at the work she wants to repair, she can usually draw in her mind the conditions needed to achieve the new look. When needed, she can save endless ideas online for inspiration. She said: "There are too many online communities, and other people have published their ideas." "In Helena, there is a paint distributor of Fusion, my favorite paint production line. When I met him, He introduced me to many ideas that I can’t wait to try."
She uses Dixie Bell products sold by Mattingly-Lohman at The Edge or Helena's Fusion paint. She said that Fusion paint provides a silky effect.
Schilling has sold her collated works through Facebook and Fairfield Drug Store. She also completed commission work. She said: "I like to redo other people's visionary works." The price of the piece depends on the material and time required. "If there is a lot of preparation and multi-layer coating, the cost will be higher." Normally, I will repair it between $75-200 depending on the size of the part. "
The two women can be contacted through their respective Facebook pages. For information on the courses offered by Mattingly-Lohman, please call The Edge Salon at 466-2770. Call or send a text message to 781-2285 to estimate the commission, which can reach shillings.
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Saturday was usually the most popular day among men in the 1920s, not just because they were resting many days. Within a week, you will not find a gentleman gathering in a local barber shop, including weekends.
It's not that the men of a century ago were very particular about their appearance. Just in the barbershop on the corner, people gather to joke with each other, follow their favorite sports team, and hear the latest local gossip. And, like Portland and many other local communities across the country, Seywood and Westmoreland also offer many barber shops for you to choose from.
More than 20 haircutting shops can be found in the 13th Avenue strip and north of Westmoreland, so men can choose where to foam and shave, comb and brush, and even wax and curl their beards. stand up. . They come for friendship, they come because they like barbers, or they come because everyone there has the same political ideas.
Yes, sir, they gathered at Tony’s Barbershop at 17th in the Southeast, because that’s where all Republicans hang out-or they might want to be the first to be chairman at Bob's on Milwaukee Avenue The people, while other Democrats have not yet arrived and filled the joint upward.
In the early 1900s, until the "Roaring Twenties," thousands of people participated in the "Chautauquas" in Oak Park or Canemah Park near Oregon City to engage in political debates among local candidates. Political gatherings can be seen almost anywhere in the city. If that is not enough, gentlemen who hold the same view can visit their local barbershop. Here, you may complain about city officials, arguing about tax increases, or complain to the Sheriff of Saywood County, who did not stop roaming cows from trampling on residents’ gardens and knocking down fences.
The barbershop is a hotbed of political action. If you sit in a barbershop chair instead of the conservative Carl or Liberal Leon to comb your braids, then you may have a lop hairstyle. Or worse, you may suddenly get stabbed in the head-by accident of course.
Barbershops have been around for a long time and can be found in almost any town and country. In the earliest days, in small villages like Saywood, cutting hair and shaving face was a difficult task. Farmers, merchants, and artisans may be bored with this luxury and often experience months between shaving and haircutting. It wasn't until the 1890s that barbers began to appear on the muddy Umatilla Street. Sellwood is still a bunch of single houses lined up near the Willamette River waterfront and can still be reached by ferry, not far from the Sellland Bridge and six miles from the Portland River.
CA Williams was the first barber to arrive in Sellwood. He worked in a small shed built next to his house. A large window in the front provides Williams with an opportunity to check the situation on the street, as potential customers are slowly stumbling in a horse-drawn van or looking for things in town. It took a barber as cunning as Williams to persuade the men who had just passed by to stop for a much-needed groom, let alone take a shower.
In the slow time between customers, when the steamboat or ferry has not yet reached the Seawood Seafront, merchants along the street will gather outdoors to chat. Williams may start a conversation with any past teammates and ask about the grains sold in the market. Or, when he looks at the local grocery commercial outdoor display cabinet and makes a fuss, he will ask if there is an apple today.
After a small chat, he might suggest that it looks like he wants to cut his hair.
For a young man passing by on a horse, he might think of Sellwood's Saturday Night Dance approaching. Using Williams' barbershop to cut some rose water or special tonic hairstyles will definitely make him a dancing dandy. The barber must not only have good hair, but he must also convince the salesperson!
As the population grew around the beginning of the 20th century, barber shops became more and more common in business districts, especially along the tram on 13th Street. Shops such as "Roberts and Larson" or "Disbro and Pierce" provide barber shops to work in response to any busy customers.
The barber’s day usually lasts seven days a week, from the sun to sunset. Having two barbers, one can alleviate each other's rest time, lunch time, and even long lunch breaks, and the time they have to take the ferry to Hexi for personal business.
With the changing of times, the barbershop has also changed. Moreover, in order to attract high-end customers, the exterior walls of these stores are decorated with colorful awnings, candy-striped barber poles, or provide potential customers with spacious windows, allowing them to see the cleanliness they require for the barbershop when they pass by And luxury,.
Before long, men no longer enter the front door of the barber shop just for a quick shave and haircut (as mentioned earlier, they come to the wedding reception) to exchange stories, tell jokes or get the latest news. Talkative man with a speedboat in his hands.
If you lived south of Tacoma Street a century ago, you can choose between the "Roberts and Larson" barber shop or the "Barber Bill" in the next block. After entering any store, you will feel the pleasant aroma of witch hazel rum and shaving soap.
In William Moore in the north, there are barber chairs with fancy steel footstools and leather seats. Next door, on Grover Davis's wall, a long and useful leather strap hangs on a nail on the wall. Every time before shaving, the person sitting in the Grover chair with his face covered by a hot towel can hear the razor pulling back and forth on the belt, and then feel its cold steel scrape his neck.
Then, tram conductors and workers, merchants at Sellwood Bank on Umatilla Street, and local grocery stores and pharmacists may visit these barbershops. It would not be surprising if Charles Ballard, the editor of THE BEE at the time, sat in those barber chairs and collected the local flair of the next edition of the newspaper.
To the north of Tacoma Street, residents also have many barber shops for you to choose from, within walking distance. The barbershops on the street include Walter’s barbershop on Spokane Street, a few doors under Wiebe, Barneys near Miller Street, and Harry on Nehalem Avenue ·Harry Houghtling's shop. Customers include mill workers from the Eastside Lumber Mill, drivers and workers from Peerless Laundry, and many merchants and residents nearby.
People living in the southeast inland and commuting to work on the west side of the town will either choose the downtown barber shop or wait until the weekend to visit the existing barber shop in Seywood and Westmoreland once a week.
In the following two decades, barbershops came and went, and some changed hands. WF Stewart replaced Grover Davis, and Mick's barbershop took over Tony's barbershop.
The most mature male hair stylist is Sellwood Barbershop, located in Tenino and 13th, serving clients for more than 50 years. Sellwood Barbershop is called Trite's barbershop among locals. In 1911, when Edwin Trite and his wife settled in Sellwood, Edwin and Bert Wescott and Martin Larson ( Martin Larsen), and soon retained the barber chair in the Seywood hairstyling shop. Two years later, Edwin became the sole owner. For the next fifty years, he continued to cut hair for three generations of the family until his retirement in 1960.
Almost all barbershops along 13th Street were a simple one-person or two-person facility in the 1920s, but few can compare to the Seywood Barbershop. Seywood Barbershop is full of luxurious features, comparable to most large enterprises in the downtown business district of Portland. Jim Roberts, Bert Wescott, Martin Larsen and Ed Trite consist of four people, all dressed in black The starchy white coat of the tie brings the luxurious taste of the urban area to the customers who still live in the southeast rural areas.
Continuing our portrait of the trendy Sellwood barbershop, a large wooden framed mirror is placed lengthwise on the south wall, on a wainscot counter filled with shaving lotion, hair tonic and barber tools. Throughout the aisle, there are two sets of chairs for waiting customers, a calendar with a smiling girl hung on the wall, and posters depicting different hairstyles that customers can choose.
Ladies and gentlemen, more than that! Sellwood Berbershop also has a western-style spittoon near the foot of the former barber chair for customers. How elegant it is!
An open wooden shaving cupboard hangs on the wall of the store for visitors who come to shave once a week. Many barbers sell these products for 50 cents, while more sophisticated shaving cups are as high as $2.50. Shaving cups are usually decorated with flowers, sailboats, butterflies or birds, and most of them include the name of the owner who is hand-embossed in gold!
Fraternity groups, firefighters and several other service groups can order special cups to describe their profession. Later, the walls of Trite’s barbershop were filled with scenes of firefighters in action, signs of the Brotherhood or work-related scenes, such as scenes of wheelbarrow workers, carpenters or factory workers.
During the peak hours of many barbershops in town at that time, an assistant might be required to clean the tufts of hair that fell on the tiled floor, foam the surface, clean the sink, and wash off the shaving cups. , And then rinse off the comb and brush. The barber’s assistant performs many chores to ensure that the barber shop attracts new customers or permanent directors of the barber club.
Encouraged by the fashion and trends of "Harper's Bazaar", "Vogue" and "Red Book" magazines, the "Ladies of Watch" in the 1920s went to the local barber shop to cut and style their hair like the models on the covers of the latest magazines. Barber shops became temporarily dependent on female and male customers, until beauty salons began to appear next door or across the street. As early as 1928, women's hair salons (such as the Sara Jane beauty store near the Moreland Theater and the Aleta beauty salon in a unique antique structure) provided women with hair design options. In the 1920s, haircuts cost 25 cents, and many men came in to shave at the barbershop four to five times a week. The preparation for shaving is very time-consuming, and busy young boys are used as waiters. Each customer provides them with three to four hot towels through a heated towel sterilizer.
In the 1920s, television still had a long way to go, and no one could yet afford radio stations-the medium was just beginning to become popular. Therefore, entertainment is another reason to spend a Saturday afternoon at the barber shop in the corner! A smart host will tune the radio to sports broadcasting, perhaps baseball. The broadcast of the boxing match will definitely attract a large number of people to almost all local barbershops. Apart from the broadcasts provided by many barbershops, what better place to compare statistics, brag about your favorite team or share your professional sports knowledge?
Then there was the Great Depression, and then the Second World War. By the beginning of the Great Depression, few customers could afford the luxury of going to the barber shop every week, and the introduction of the disposable blade safety razor by Gillette marked the general demise of this habit of shaving . Customers can purchase a manual razor and a pair of razors at a local pharmacy and shave in the comfort of their own bathroom.
In the past two decades, radio has become popular and has become more and more important. It has become a part of every household and is no longer useful for attracting customers to barbershops-despite important sports events, especially broadcasts of world competitions. , Will still be done internally. Tony's barber shop is located on the corner of 17th Street and Spokane Street. It is a pocket-sized two-person surgery, very convenient for the Caesars shipyard workers who lived in this section of the town during the early to mid-war period. -The 1940s. Anton Rekart established a partnership with Tony in a small place, which was the dining area of Bertie Lou's breakfast room in front of the world.
When Anton Rekart came to the United States from the Old World (especially Russia), he and his family settled in Saywood in 1914. Anton used his apprenticeship to learn haircutting techniques and later worked with Tony in his two-seat barber shop, but eventually John Rekart followed his father's footsteps into the barber academy and started Build your own customer retail business.
The Westmoreland business district did not begin construction until around 1910, but as soon as grocery stores, meat markets, pharmacies, and bakeries opened near "Milwaukee Avenue and Bibby Avenue", barber shops followed.
The metal sign of Dewey’s barbershop on Milwaukee Street was welcomed by customers. George Lindemann’s two-person shop on rural streets was also very popular. Now the “By the Bunch” flower shop is located There. Visiting the barber shop is part of growing up. Many people who lived in Westmoreland at that time may remember the first shave or haircut at the Westmoreland Barber in Milwaukee and Byby. Westmoreland resident Pat Ragnone later noticed while waiting for him to turn a corner in a Westmoreland store in 1980 that barbers usually knew more children than nearby sons.
In the 1970s and 1980s, television replaced the old radio in the barbershop and is now often turned on to show sports events. Of course, this is what the owner chooses to show during working hours. And it is not always sports! Locals Pat Ragnone and Marv Price agreed today that the TV set in the Westmoreland store is always set to be an ongoing religious show – once it’s time for them to sit in the barber chair, the haircut will include a free sermon.
Marv recalled a few times trying to start a conversation with the barber, asking him about current events-but when the barber finished cutting his hair, the conversation returned to today's religious topic.
The selection process does not seem to be an idea to build a business; but the barber shop does continue to have customers. When it's his turn to sit on the "baptist chair" and get a haircut, Pat Ragnone will ask if he has ever thought of switching the channel to another show. The barber shook his head, and the sad answer is usually: "Why, there is nothing worth seeing on any other channel." (Not that there were many other channels in the local area at the time.) To the Westmoreland Barbershop The visit is unforgettable for anyone.
With the changing of the times, the hairstyle has also changed. Of course, the barber must keep up with the latest style. From the "quarter watt", "military cut" and "commodore" worn by your grandparents, to the "Mohawk scissors" of the 1940s and 50s, flipping and flourishing, the barber has been constantly following To their customers' taste.
Between the 1920s and 1960s, the number of beauty salons began to surpass that of male barbershops. Eventually, fashionable unisex hair salons and national chain salons largely replaced local barbershops-corner barbershops. Now it has basically become a kind of disappearance.
The popular "Mop Top" hairstyle by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones dresses conservative barbers, and the long-haired hippie look of the late 1960s doomed the barber's barbering business. High school and college students who like long hair do not need to spend money on the barber's chair, which forces many old-fashioned barbers to close their doors forever.
Today, barber shops that cater to men's needs are making a comeback. The "Barbers" and "Bishop's Barbershop" in Sellwood (Sellwood) on southeast 13th Street have brought revolutionary haircuts to modern people, providing leather chairs, chrome counters, and personal Luxury items such as TVs and hand-held hair dryers. But for those who want to have a laid-back old-time barbershop feel, a visit to the LoLos Westmoreland barbershop next to the Moreland Theater on Milwaukee Avenue is indeed a must. The polished stainless steel barber chairs and rich red leather seats are reminiscent of the early barbershops that used to shuttle between Milwaukie and 13th Avenues, and they are still open 7 days a week like old-fashioned barbershops. The illuminated rotating red, white and blue barber pole in the window helps you find your way there.
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