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Jamstik

Jamstik is a portable, wireless, digital guitar compatible with your iPad, iPhone, or Mac computer. The half-size digital guitar lets you practice your guitar shredding skills while on the move, you can play acoustic or electric, and the included jamTutor app teaches you how to play with interactive feedback. Jamstik connects wirelessly via WIFI and the real guitar strings never need tuning, you can save your jam sessions, and even use the Jamstik to control apps like GarageBand, jamMix, and a growing list of midi-capable iOS apps, as well as desktop software DAW’s. via watch the video

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PEOPLES CHOICE BEEF JERKY | Image

PEOPLES CHOICE BEEF JERKY

People´s Choice have been handcrafting premium meats for over 87 years and four generations in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. Their heritage, tradition, and dedication to quality provide a better alternative to the processed "meat” snacks in the marketplace. They offer handmade beef jerky to those that appreciate things that are made with purpose. Best sellers include Hot & Spicy, Garlic & Ginger, Teriyaki, and the new Sriracha. watch the video below...
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PLAYA VIK | SPECTACULAR VILLA FOR RENT IN URUGUAY | Image

PLAYA VIK | SPECTACULAR VILLA FOR RENT IN URUGUAY

This is a truly remarkable private retreat on the beach in the village of Faro Jose Ignacio, Uruguay. The house is 20 miles from Punta del Este, it was designed by Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott, who has designed some of the world´s most famous structures, including the Paris Opera House. The Playa Vik is one of his rare residential projects, besides the amazing views overlooking the South Atlantic, the house combines contemporary decor with an artistic touch. The s...
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PARK BUTTE LOOKOUT

Fire lookouts were built to house workers full time after the Great Fire of 1910 that burned millions of acres of forest in Washington, Montana, and Idaho and were used to detect fires and were used as an early warning system in an age before radios, aircraft and GPS. Thanks to modern technology, they are now obsolete for their original use but are now usually kept up by park volunteers for people to visit and stay in. Take this restored fire lookout in Mount Baker ...
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