The most science has been done under me, and I don brag, ask anyone, but sometimes, you gotta, you know you gotta, be honest and uh, science. Pro science. I love science.”. And then have to delay launching.”Even with the pandemic, though, the company moved ahead with the design for its second product, and that gives a hint for where Schaecher and Soldner want to go with their business. “We have our second product line and that is not mood altering glasses,” said Schaecher. “That’s a traditional sunglasses line that uses titanium alloy metals that are more commonly seen in aerospace than in eyewear.”The design aesthetic is also more in the luxury vein, which Schaecher teased was akin to something that would be more at home in a Cartier showroom rather than a direct to consumer brand’s digital storefront.Right now, the company is going direct to consumers through its website, but it’s looking at the potential for some retail collaborations and field marketing when the country opens back up for business.As for the mood altering effects and whether “wearable drug” can win market share, Schaecher is pretty optimistic.
He Thought He SawIn one of volumes of the Childcraft series that we have, is a poem from the man who brought us the immortal Alice in Wonderland, loved by families all over the world. Lewis Carroll’s mind was simply unfathomable. Few people seem to be familiar with this poem of his, entitled “He Thought He Saw”..
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W., Orillia, on Tuesday October 7, 2014 from 10 o’clock until time of funeral service with music at 11 o’clock. Private interment at St. Andrew’s St. James Beard Award winner Chef Michael Schwartz turned Miami’s now white hot Design District into a dining destination when he opened Michael’s Genuine in 2007. That New American restaurant has long been a driving force in the city’s locavore scene, serving seasonal fare ranging from chilled shrimp with aji amarillo and lime to housemade rigatoni and guava French toast. Its alfresco tables, set underneath a lush canopy of trees, have been some of the most coveted tables in town for more than a decade.
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