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Thursday, August 30, 2012, by Izzy Grinspan Rendering via WWD Since Nordstrom won't officially open in New York for another six or so years, the Seattle-based brand has to find new and clever ways to make its presence felt locally. For Fashion Week, they're pairing up with GQ on a men's pop-up shop inside Treasure & Bond in Soho. The store, which grew out of an integrated marketing program GQ has with Nordstrom, will carry big names like Ralph Lauren and Band of Outsiders alongside smaller companies like Hav-A-Hank handkerchiefs.
Rasterbating is by far the cheapest, easiest and coolest way to fill an entire wall with art. A rasterbator is a program that takes any image and expands it to any size desired whilst keeping its original quality. The way this works is that the program changes the image into a half-toned one. THAT basically means the program turns the chosen image into a lot of small dots that will not look like much up close, but from a sufficient distance they resume their original shapes. Besides using the name to make immature and hilarious puns, the best part of rasterbating is the fact that it is so customizable.
How often do you spend countless hours searching for new apps on Apple’s App store? Probably not that many if you have a life, unlike me. Thankfully this list of iPhone apps will keep you up to date with your smartphone’s capabilities, and your friends might think you’re a tech-savvy super star. Here are a few apps I have on my phone that are definitely worth the download: Square Receiving the check at group dinners is one of today’s top first world problems.
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