Some parents might baulk at spending $US420 on a bouncy chair that their kids will probably grow out of in half a year, but they’re missing the big picture, right? As an infant, your child might not appreciate the chair’s graceful curves and perfect use of clear lucite plastic. In fact, they’ll probably just puke on it. But on a sub-conscious level, they’re being exposed to the finer things in life. And one day, they may just furnish their homes with items that don’t arrive in a flat-packed box.
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Earlier this week The Information reported that Apple is making a smart hub to compete with the very cool Amazon Echo and recently announced Google Home. This is not shocking. Consumer technology companies' new favourite thing is to get their remarkably well-designed talons into every aspect of our lives. If we want the convenience they promise then we have to sell a little bit of our digital soul.
The bar is made of 120 tonnes of pure Canadian ice. So are the walls and all the furniture, along with intricately carved ice sculptures, including a replica of the Vegas skyline and an icy Iron Throne just for Game of Thrones fans. Walking into Minus 5 Ice Bar in Las Vegas is like stepping into a real-world scene from Disney's Frozen.
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