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The Story Of The 2 Wheel Self Balancing Scooter

Who could have imagined that the gyroscopes found inside a mobile phone (they ensure that the picture is always the right way up) could spawn such an amazing device as the self balancing scooter. With a top speed around 7 mph and a range of up to 12 miles these new battery powered drifters are without a doubt this year's "must have" gift. Originally only seen being used by celebs and sports stars on social media sites, they have now come down to a price that is attainable by the general public. They are so much fun !.

In order to see which is the pick of the bunch, read the full story (including some of the amazing claims made by certain suppliers) and buy a self balancing scooter on 2 wheel self balancing scooter.

But the biggest libraries are the hardest to organize, which is why $2 million is being spent to give the Wayback Machine its very own Google. The Laura and John Arnold Foundation announced yesterday that its donating $1.9 million to develop a search engine for the Wayback Machine. Why should you care? Well, the internet searchable with Google is only a fraction of the stuff thats been online throughout history. The Wayback Machine has snapshots of basically every webpage going back in time, but with a catch: you need to know the exact URL you want to see historical versions. On average, pages only last in their original form for 100 days before being deleted; the Wayback Machine is a fantastic way to see how things have been stealthily edited to change the public record. The search engine should be available sometime in 2017, so youve still got a year or two to delete your dirt off the web. Sponsored

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?West Texas Investors Club? Episode Guide (Sept. 1): Air Travel App; Clamp-On Caddy -

?West Texas Investors Club? Episode Guide (Sept. 1): Air Travel App; Clamp-On Caddy 1): Air Travel App; Clamp-On Caddy Line Spacing + - AFont Size + - Posted by Michael Hoffman on September 01, 2015 High Planes Drifter (09/01/15) A young pilot arrives in West Texas ready to pitch his Uber-like app for air travel but must first complete a challenge on blind faith. Later, Butch and Rooster put the inventor of a clamp-on caddy to the test only to find themselves in uncharted territory. CNBCs new original primetime reality series, West Texas Investors Club, takes place deep in the heart of Texas, where self-made multimillionaires Rooster McConaughey and Butch Gilliam built their fortunes in the oil and pipe business. For the past several years, theyve chosen to pass on that success by investing in promising entrepreneurs but only on their turf and their terms. Along with their close friend and confidante Gil Prather, Rooster and Butch invite ambitious entrepreneurs from across the country to come down to West Texas and make their case. These folks know that theyre getting a once-in-a-lifetime chance to secure an investmentbut what they dont know is that clever products and beautiful balance sheets will only get you so far with these investors. No, Rooster and Butch wont make a deal until theyve peered into your heart and soul and taken the true measure of your character and your company. West Texas Investors Club is produced for CNBC by The Ebersol Lanigan Company with Charlie Ebersol, Mike Lanigan, Jason C. Henry, Dan Lanigan and Teri Weideman as executive producers. Jim Ackerman and Luke Bauer are the executive producers for CNBC. LAST WEEKS TOP 10 BROADCAST SERIES Series

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