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this story begins with margaritas
it also ends with margaritas
but in between there are a lot of tacos
and some gummy sugar skulls and a couple gummy snakes
its basically the garden of taco Eden.
the 'Nomerati just completed redecorating her condo, and had a cat turning ten so she did what anyone would do.
throw a party.
I'm not in the market for boats or trailers but sometimes its fun to window shop and see how the technology is changing. The boats are getting flashier. The campers still look cheap but with bump outs they look so big inside they remind me of the Weasley's tent because they don't look that large from the outside.
I wonder what problem the were trying to solve because it seems like an answer to a question no one was asking.
Its still cool, but are you really ready to replace and recharge batteries so you can shift?
Has anyone ever lamented the fact that there is no Netflix of 3D printers? They have? Awesome because now The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has them covered with the library's new Maker Space.
What is a Maker Space you ask? Before last weekend I wouldn't have been able to tell you because I didn't know either. But now I can say that a Maker Space is a shared workspace where people create whatever they can dream up. Vinyl printers and cutters, laser cutters, 3D printers and many other amazing things.
The beauty of the space is you can try your hand at some of the newest technology without having to rent or buy it yourself. All that is required is you pay for whatever consumables are used for your project. The future is here people, get in on the ground floor and learn how to use this stuff.
I can and my head is exploding with possibilities.
I'll run you through a scenario real quick.
First design your project on powerful multimedia computers. Don't worry about the Russians stealing your ideas, these are not connected to the internets.
I didn't create this, its my iPhone case
Live and learn.
But that shouldn't stop you from striking while the iron is hot and creating everything you can dream up.
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OTR has been white hot for a couple years at least. The Northside has been simmering forever. But if you wanted to bet on the next neighborhood to hit a rolling boil it would be hard to bet against Walnut Hills.
This past Walk on Woodburn highlights just how far the neighborhood has come. Just last year we would take a quick lap around all the shops and galleries on Woodburn and then jump in the car and head to the next neighborhood to hangout, there didn't seem to be much reason to hang around.
Friday however there was none of that! We had trouble deciding which new bar to go in Walnut Hills, we never did really decide so we just hit all of them.
30? Awesome! 50 West Coffee Please Coffee Stout, one of my favs.