Saturday, February 23, 2013

Your Body Will Be a Wonderland

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Your Body Will Be a Wonderland

If you spend $20 at The Body Shop, they're going to let you keep $10 of it. How thoughtful!
by Danny Feekes
February 23, 2013
$10 Off $20 or More at The Body Shop
The Body Shop
When your car breaks down, you take it to a body shop. When you want to add a few all-natural beauty products to your daily regimen, you go to The Body Shop
. Especially when it has a deal like this going on. Right now, take $10 off any order of $20 or more by entering code 10OFF. Save that Hamilton for a rainy day.
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Get An Additional 30% Off Sale at LOFT
Retailers can be so generous sometimes. Not only do they bestow great sales upon the masses, but, occasionally, they'll offer up a sale on top of a sale, too. And that's exactly what LOFT is doing right now. Today through March 2, get an additional 30% off all already-discounted items. Thank you, LOFT, thank you.
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All New Arrivals Are 30% Off at J.Crew Factory
J.Crew Factory
Have you been infected with the Winter blues? If so, we have the perfect antidote: Spring clothing. Add some shorts, swimwear, sunglasses, and many more warm-weather pieces to your wardrobe at J.Crew Factory. And don't wait, because right now you can get 30% off all new arrivals.
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20% Off Sitewide at Stila
Makeup your own rules. With a bevy of Stila products at your disposal, you'll be able to do just that. For a limited time, get an extra 20% off the entire site by entering code 20OFF. We're clamoring for the NY Fashion Week collection, which lets you re-create the runway looks at home. Own the cat sidewalk.
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How Google is preparing the world for Glass

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analysis Amid skepticism and name-calling ("Glassholes!"), Google makes a strategic effort to bring wearable computing to the mainstream.
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Google's augmented reality specs are ahead of schedule. Are you ready to get yourself fitted for a set?
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Sony shows off new games and hardware, but still leaves key questions unanswered.
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analysis CNET looks at the fundamental problem plaguing the company: the lack of marketing muscle.
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The browser-based Chrome OS now has a high-end home: a refined $1,299 laptop with a high-resolution touch screen. It paves the way for Chrome OS tablets, too.
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Available for developers, the new beta is designed to resolve a flaw that allows someone to bypass the lock screen.
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The annual event in Barcelona, Spain, will produce some of 2013's most exciting smartphone news. Join CNET as we cover the show, inside and out.
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As part of President Obama's bid to further invest in space innovation, the U.S. agency creates the Space Technology Mission Directorate.
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The outspoken Apple investor pitches others on his plan to set up a recurring payout called iPrefs.
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A patent application published today points to a flexible touch-screen device that can wrap around your wrist.
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Fashion, function, and the future of frames. The Google Glass patent application reveals details for the high-tech spectacles.
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Google has pushed its browser-based operating system well beyond the $1,000-device point with its Chromebook Pixel. Here's a look at the high-resolution touch-screen laptop.
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The drill on Curiosity's robotic arm bored a 2.5-inch hole into the Martian bedrock on February 8.
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At an inaugural presentation event at UCSF, the tech luminaries who sponsored the $33 million Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences say they want to turn scientists into heroes.
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Take a look at a few sketches of the One before the company came up with the final direction for the smartphone.
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Saturday at 9/8c: Will a lie keep Ryan Ferguson in prison?

aturday at 9/8c: The Accuser (Special time)

Ryan Ferguson, 28, is locked up in a Missouri prison serving out a 40-year sentence for a murder he says he didn't commit. He has spent his entire adult life fighting to clear his name. Now, his accuser says the testimony that put Ferguson in jail was all a lie.

Ferguson was convicted of killing Kent Heitholt, a popular newspaper sports editor in Columbia, Mo., in 2001. There is no physical evidence that ties Ferguson to the murder and he has always insisted he had nothing to do with it.

Ferguson was convicted primarily on the word of a high school friend by the name of Charles Erickson. Erickson has since recanted and said he lied at Ferguson's 2005 trial.

For the first time, and exclusively to "48 Hours", Erickson agreed to speak with correspondent Erin Moriarty and revealed new details about his confession that put both men in prison. "I knew that I sold Ryan out," he tells Moriarty in "The Accuser," airing Saturday at 9/8c on CBS.

Erickson is not the only witness who has recanted; so did Jerry Trump, a janitor and ex-con who had testified that he saw Ferguson at the crime scene.

More important, both Erickson and Trump admitted to lying under oath at a hearing held in April 2012.

Will anyone believe Erickson's new claims or is he simply lying again? Will Ferguson serve out his sentence?

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Honor and Dishonor: The trials of Sgt. Brent Burke

After four mistrials in a civilian court, the U.S. Army tries one of its own in the murder of soldier's wife and her ex-husband's mother

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Who killed Dennis and Merna Koula?

Did a hired gun target the wrong victims or was a La Crosse, Wis., couple murdered by someone they knew?

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