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50 Cool Outfit Ideas for Fashion Girls

Since you likely find the brilliant outfits of stylish civilians as fascinating as we do, we decided to bring you a street style slideshow of giant proportions. We’ve got over 50 amazing outfits to share with you—and since the weather can unpredictable at this time of year depending on your locale, we’ve got quite the assortment of looks. Some are fit for a chilly fall day, others are perfect for still-warm temperatures, and there are plenty in between

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Adobe says stop using ‘Photoshop’ as a generic term

When a company’s product so thoroughly corners a market that it becomes well-known even by those who have never used it, the company faces a problem: generic use of that product’s name. You’re likely to hear the term “dumpster” used generically, for example, as it is now a genericized trademark due to its common usage. Other trademarks have suffered the … Continue reading

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At Which Age Should You Stop Wearing Short Hemlines?

Age should never totally influence your fashion decisions, but there are a few outfit-picking areas (e.g., hemline length) where that magical number does come into play. While we'd never deter you from wearing whatever you love, there is a difference in the way you're perceived through the decades, so skirt lengths may vary over time. To get some more specific insight, we enlisted celebrity stylist Orlee Winer (who's worked with Malin Akerman, Michelle Williams, and Toni Garrn) to give us her advice on the appropriate ages for various hemlines

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How the Oreo Was Invented

In 1890, a group of eight large New York City bakeries combined to form the New York Biscuit Company and built a giant six-story factory in West Chelsea. Eight years later, they merged with their competitor, Chicago's American Biscuit and Manufacturing to form an even larger conglomerate – the National Biscuit Company, but the factory and headquarters remained in Chelsea. In 1901, the National Biscuit Company put their abbreviated company name on a box of wafers for the first time – Nabisco.

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