When you run a lingerie brand that specializes in larger cup sizes, everyone wants to talk to you about bras. More specifically, everyone wants to talk to you about bras for “freakishly” large breasts. Today we’re going to talk about why this perception of larger cup sizes is inaccurate and why the D cup divide is unhelpful for those seeking the perfect fit for shape and comfort.… read the full article
A video from my 20th annual jazz event, featuring Don Braden (s), Harry Pickens (p), Chris Fitzgerald (b), and Jonathan Higgins (d). … read the full article
Charles Mingus: bass
George Adams: tenor saxophone and vocals
Don Pullen: piano
Jack Walrath: trumpet
Dannie Richmond: drums
Gerry Mulligan: baritone saxophone
Benny Bailey: trumpet
Take the “A” Train (Live)
Charles Mingus feat. Gerry Mulligan & Benny Bailey
Live at Montreux 1975… read the full article
Speaking at a quick series of interviews with commercial space companies at this year’s annual International Astronautical Congress, SpaceX president and COO Gwynne Shotwell shed a little more light on her company’s current thinking with regards to the mission timelines for its forthcoming Starship spacefaring vehicle.… read the full article
Defenses build under the waves.
Key point: Sea mines have a strong history of imperiling adversarial navies.
As defense analysts brood over the evolving military balance in the western Pacific, considerations related to undersea warfare keep coming to the fore.… read the full article
Joining up is not an easy task.
Key point: Calling the selection process “brutal” is an understatement.
Just how much torture is a person willing to undergo to get a prestigious job? Given that an average of 250 resumes are submitted for every job position in the United States, one would assume quite a lot.… read the full article