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Best places to drink with kids in SF. Good to know!
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This is such a great infographic. We just got a Vitamix - can't wait to start making green smoothies!
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That's great! There are a lot of great kale recipes (kale chips!) that are really good too. I love how Trader Joe's sells them in the pre-cut packages - makes it easier to prepare. :P
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Neat! Didn't realize the different processes each type of tea goes through from one parent plant.
 
Many people don't realize that all tea comes from one wonderful plant.
The Camellia Sinensis bush is where they all begin.

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Dad's beware!

Source: http://www.howtobeadad.com/
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Live in the bay area? Check out the city-wide garage sale Sunnyvale will be having on 9/22!

Live in Sunnyvale, CA? Join the garage sale! Details are at the event listed below.
 
Sign up to sell your stuff at the annual Citywide Garage Sale on September 22. Garage salers will get a list of participants to help drive traffic to your wares. Register at http://GarageSale.inSunnyvale.com
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Happy Friday, everyone! I thought this was random yet funny and wanted to share. :) Have a great weekend!
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Amazeballs.
 
Here is Curiosity's First Color Image of the Martian Landscape. This view of the landscape to the north of NASA's Mars rover Curiosity was acquired by the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) on the afternoon of the first day after landing. (The team calls this day Sol 1, which is the first Martian day of operations; Sol 1 began on Aug. 6, 2012.)

In the distance, the image shows the north wall and rim of Gale Crater. The image is murky because the MAHLI's removable dust cover is apparently coated with dust blown onto the camera during the rover's terminal descent. Images taken without the dust cover in place are expected during checkout of the robotic arm in coming weeks. 

The MAHLI is located on the turret at the end of Curiosity's robotic arm. At the time the MAHLI Sol 1 image was acquired, the robotic arm was in its stowed position. It has been stowed since the rover was packaged for its Nov. 26, 2011, launch. 

The MAHLI has a transparent dust cover. This image was acquired with the dust cover closed. The cover will not be opened until more than a week after the landing. 

When the robotic arm, turret, and MAHLI are stowed, the MAHLI is in a position that is rotated 30 degrees relative to the rover deck. The MAHLI image shown here has been rotated to correct for that tilt, so that the sky is "up" and the ground is "down". 

When the robotic arm, turret, and MAHLI are stowed, the MAHLI is looking out from the front left side of the rover. This is much like the view from the driver's side of cars sold in the USA. 

The main purpose of Curiosity's MAHLI camera is to acquire close-up, high-resolution views of rocks and soil at the rover's Gale Crater field site. The camera is capable of focusing on any target at distances of about 0.8 inch (2.1 centimeters) to infinity. This means it can, as shown here, also obtain pictures of the Martian landscape. 

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems 
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A (first time) mom's blog on everything from pregnancy learnings, fashion, beauty, product reviews, and eventually - life with baby!

I'm currently 7 months along with a little boy, working full-time as a product manager at a tech company in the silicon valley. I'm excited to see what the next chapter holds, and hope to share some of that with you in my blog!

My blog is in progress so bear with me as I get settled in :)