But as any digital shopper can tell you, products often look and fit slightly differently in real life than as they appeared online. The size and scale of an item can be difficult to discern when looking at it on a monitor rather than holding it in your hands. To help alleviate that, Facebook is also rolling out a feature that allows sellers to generate 3D like walkarounds of their items using only their smartphones.
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Are you one of those people who spent a good part of the 1960s and ’70s searching flea markets for that perfect pair of John Lennon granny glasses? If so, chances are that your eyeglass collecting stopped right there.But there are other people who continue their search through flea markets and garage sales and at this point they’re even looking for some of the more outlandish creations made in the ’50s and ’60s.Although optical lenses were used to improve vision as far back as the 13th century, the oldest examples one could hope to find today and these are, of course, quite rare would be from the late 18th century.The various types made during that period include an early version of the single lens monocle, called a “quizzing glass,” and scissors glasses two lenses joined by a hinged handle as well as the kind of temple spectacles still in use.Sunglasses as we know them took off in the 20th century, spurred on by technological improvements made by the military. The Army Air Corps commissioned Bausch Lomb to produce an anti glare lens, and they also introduced the still popular (Tom Cruise in “Top Gun”) Ray Ban aviator glasses, the frames of which provided maximum protection for fliers’ eyes.But it was really the mystique of Hollywood that put sunglasses over the top. Stars like Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich made them seem like a necessary accouterment of glamour.
I have long wavy hair and will soon be spending several months in a living situation with low pile carpet and a really inadequate vacuum cleaner. Replacing the vacuum is not an option (weight, size, storage space, and it’s not mine), so I am thinking of a carpet sweeper or rubber broom. MeFites, if you have personal experience removing human hair from low pile carpet with a carpet sweeper, rubber broom, or similar item, what worked best for you? [more inside]on Feb 2, 2020.