*Everyone gets attached to the way they navigate the internet.
Whether it be using Yahoo e-mail or Instagram for your photos, there are ways you get around the internet that are familiar and comfortable for you. But some of us are getting ready to endure a small change.
The Hotmail users out there are getting ready to involuntarily and/or voluntarily switch over to Microsoft’s Outlook. Don’t fret though, you can still use your Hotmail address, but the format of your e-mail will be different, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The upgrade to Microsoft’s products and the launch of new ones are also a push to get you to embrace the magical Cloud.
Presenting … The Sqweel 2. Watch as presenter increases the tongue speed.
*We know the freaks that come out at night must also surface throughout the day, so this story is for you.
We couldn’t help but jump on top of this gadget – and take it for a few laps, so to speak – on your behalf.
All, so we could keep you informed of the newest toys on the market…of your interest.
The Sqweel 2 is created by LoveHoney; which you may already be familiar with.
The new version of The Sqweel 2 boasts all sorts of new functions, upgrades, and speed.
Yep! That’s right ladies … speed!
Artwork shows proposed new food court for the Balwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza
*Plans are moving ahead for an immediate $30 million upgrade for Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza and the addition of new movie theaters and several restaurants to the existing mall.
The plans call for a vibrant, brand-new interior design program, featuring a dining terrace and live entertainment performance area, as well as extensive exterior building, site and landscape improvements throughout the 43-acre property.
The renovation will be completed before the 2011 holiday season.
As part of the immediate investment, the current Magic Johnson movie theaters will be transformed into a modern multiplex featuring state-of-the-art amenities, digital technology and 3-D screens. Restaurateur Brad Johnson, who opened the Roxbury, Georgia and The Sunset Room in Los Angeles, is opening a signature restaurant adjacent to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. Other new restaurant and tenant announcements are expected in coming weeks.
The initial renovation also includes much-needed new amenities for the community, including a children’s play area, seating areas, a new community room and concierge services with a broader range of services. Other improvements include new family restrooms, a new specialty kiosk and cart program and signage.
This investment, by owner Capri Urban Investors, is the first step in a long-term transformation of the property that has anchored the Crenshaw Corridor since the 1940s. The long-term plan is in the environmental review stages, with an anticipated approval by the City of Los Angeles by early 2011.
For more information: www.capricapital.com.
Artist rendering of new promenade for Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza Mall