Iphone 6 Time-lapse Video Of Baby Sleeping – Business Insider

New Silent Night Trailer for The Order: 1886 – ComingSoon.net

25, 2014, 11:30 AM 74 I wanted to put the iPhone 6 time-lapse video to the test. I also really wanted to know why my baby is in a different position every time I check on her in her crib. I recorded the infrared night-vision output from the baby monitor for six hours. In the morning, my iPhone 6 had produced 26 seconds of video showing my baby’s nighttime adventures.
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‘The Night Before Christmas Legally Speaking’ – Law Blog – WSJ

Watch the trailer below! The Order: 1886 introduces players to a unique vision of Victorian-Era London where Man uses advanced technology to battle a powerful and ancient foe. As Galahad, a member of an elite order of Knights, join a centuries-old war that will determine the course of history forever.
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Council Rock sixth grader spearheading braille project at Northampton Library; briefs school board on the effort – The Advance – BucksLocalNews.com

Im not here today to ask you for any money or to do any fundraising, Smedley, a blind sixth grade student at Maureen Welsh Elementary, told the school board. Im here with some of my classmates to tell you about a huge project that is very important to my family, he said. My blindness has never stopped me from being active in all parts of this community, said Smedley, rattling off a list of his activities, including Northampton Township Baseball, swimming at Spring Mill, wrestling for Council Rock and voice lessons. The one exception has been the Northampton Township Library, he told the board. I read braille as you can see from my braille machine, but the Northampton Library does not have one book.
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