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We are almost halfway throught the NFL football season and as a Pittsburgh Steeler fan, the Cleveland Browns are not a favorite of mine as we are rivals. But this year the Browns are very bad I feel sorry for them. I was in Cleveland recently and the stadium is right near downtown.
But as it stands our prisons are absolutely inhumane and do little to improve the people who are in them (usually making them worse, both individually and in terms of their impact on society if released), and I want to see them abolished. The only people who should be incarcerated are those who are too dangerous to have in general public, and even then the only part of their lives that should be carceral is the control of their freedom of movement. Prisons should function more like schools, should seek to discover what motivated a violent crime and address that cause at its source, so the person can (if at all possible) reform and then be released or turned over to a non carceral part of the justice system as soon as possible.
But going beyond personal smart glasses, there are also innovations that can help rescue services. Designed by Omer Haciomeroglu, the C Thru Helmet is a headgear meant specifically for fire personnel who dive into smoke to rescue victims. Vuzix’s M100 glasses, for instance, are simply Google Glass knockoffs.
Whether they are worn to shield our eyes, strike a pose or conceal a hangover, sunglasses are big business. Most luxury brands license their production to one of four major companies: the northern Italian trio of Luxottica, Safilo and Marcolin, plus New York based Marchon. Luxottica even signed a deal with Google last month to design, develop and distribute Google Glass, the technology company interactive glasses, which will incorporate designs from Ray Ban and Oakley.
Some credit Berlowitz with shaking up the once sleepy institution when she became chief executive in 1996, increasing the fund raising and launching new initiatives, such as additional fellowships. But she was nearly fired a year after she took over because of complaints about her micromanagement and mistreatment of staff, often yelling at them in front of co workers. Some workers have quit or were fired after days on the job..