The Quickstep process uses lightweight composite or metal molds with one or more flexible silicone bladders on each side of the mold. The bladders flood rapidly with a glycol heat transfer fluid to heat or cool the mold surface far more quickly than liquid piped through solid tooling. The system uses three glycol tanks that are hot (up to 400 F), cold (room temperature) and in between.
At Ulta, no one working at the counters even looked at my sister and me despite us spending a lot of time at the Stila and Too Faced sections looking for lipstick they just sat there talking to each other. The little stations where you could try on makeup were unorganized, not all were fully stocked with removers, etc. Then when I went to checkout I told the cashier I couldn find NYX powder blush in taupe and she was just like “Yeah if its not there then its not there” in a really unhelpful tone.
This seems to assume that the opportunities are already equal. As has recently been shown women are often pressured into sexual acts in order to advance in the industry. This is obviously a barrier for many women unwilling to do this. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA recent campaign advising teens to imagine each photo they share of themselves on the internet as having the potential to reach thousands is gaining traction online. It gained steam after being featured by outlets outside of the province, like the Toronto Standard, and also outlets outside of Canada, like Business Insider and Mashable.The video at the center of the campaign features a young girl sitting on her bed flipping through a series of hand written signs. The poster girl appeared in ads at schools, in transit shelters, in restaurants and online.The society describes the ad as “the story of a young girl who shared a private photo online with someone she trusted,” and urges young people to wrap their heads around the “increasing power new technologies have in the distribution of potentially harmful content.””This campaign is intended to raise awareness that, when you are online, there is no such thing as sharing just one photo,” said Diane Sowden, Executive Director of Children of the Street Society.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA Montreal judge asked prosecutors and a taxi driver to work out their differences over disputed items in a cab, including religious objects decorating the vehicle.Arieh Perecowicz is challenging the constitutionality of the half dozen tickets he has for violating the city’s taxi regulations.Section 98 of Montreal’s taxi bylaw says cab drivers cannot have objects in their cars that are not required for the taxi to be in service.Perecowicz, who has been a taxi driver for 44 years, said he has never received any complaints about the objects from his customers.During a hearing last year, a Montreal taxi inspector told the court that Perecowicz’s car was dangerous and uninviting for passengers.Read moreWould it bother you to ride in a cab full of the driver’s personal items? What have you seen out there? Comment or take our poll.Should the judge have upheld the law or is a negotiated settlement the best aproach?online surveys(This poll is not scientific. It is based on readers’ votes.)Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests.