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FBF: Sky-High Shots

"These sky-high New York City intersection shots are now Baraty’s most recognizable images. He recently began expanding upon this series by shooting at night. He has plans to carry it even further by taking photos during the different seasons and in other major cities. 'I would love to get on some New York City or Chicago rooftops in the winter to capture snowy intersections from above,' he says."

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FBF: Food Science

"Craftsmanship is an inherent part of the Lincoln design story, and a key element in the creation of Lincoln vehicles. Our respect for craftsmanship in all forms has inspired us to devote this installment of the Lincoln Idea Series to individuals who bring an innovative, thoughtful integration of artistry, technology and style to their creations."

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The Car Connection Reviews New 2016 Lincoln Navigator: a Big SUV with Lots of Power, Amenities

The Lincoln Navigator established the large-scale, luxury SUV category nearly 20 years ago. Since then, the Navigator has gained a broad range of competition from automakers in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. The new 2016 Navigator features a range of enhancements that should continue to make Lincoln a leader among its peers, says The Car Connection in a new review.

That 2016 Navigator has made significant upgrades in cabin technology, led by the installation of MyLincoln Touch, which uses voice or touch or steering-wheel controls to operate phone, climate, navigation...

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What about Me?

Anybody in the working world knows the importance of hard work, networking, and going for it. That's how Lee Nelson went from "art guy" to writer to producer out in LA. Take a break from your Tuesday and read the above Lincoln Now article about his path and about Mr. Church, his latest endeavor.

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Tide and True

“Here in Puget Sound, we have two high tides and two low tides in every 24-hour period. One of the lows will be lower than the other, and that’s the one where we work. So as the moon orbits Earth, it pulls a bulge of water in a circular motion around the planet. And (whether it’s high or low tide—or somewhere in between) depends on where that bulge is. This is all in the tide book. It’s all predicted out for years in advance.”

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22-Way Adjustable Seats Let Ergonomics Be Your Guide

Egonomics expert Marc Turina was once a physical therapist, he says, "Then I started to think to myself, 'why am I waiting around for people to get hurt and then trying to fix them?'" He's been helping guide people to make better choices for their bodies ever since.

One area that needs attention is the car seat.

"You're exposed to vibration from the road, and you're also exposed to awkward posture," he says. Combine that with the repetitive movements of driving, and it spells disaster. Yet muscle fatigue and uncomfortable pressure points don't have to be…

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Bull Riding School

Thus Tuesday, take a break from your routine and go to bull riding school. Or at least take a break and watch the Ford Tough "Behind the Ride" YouTube video about bull riding school. In it, experts like Justin McBride and JB Mauney talk about technique and putting in the proper time.

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Only the Finest Quality Ingredients Make a Meal, and Make a Car

Chef Ian Knaue founded the Farm Cooking School in Stockton, New Jersey. He grew up on a farm, and always had a connection to the food he ate.

When he got away from farm life to move to the big city, he realized how so many people don't understand the ingredients going into the food they make. They buy processed foods, so far removed from the seeds, and the soil, and the farmer's hands that harvested them.

So, he went back to the farm, determined to take as many city-folks with him as he could. At the Farm…

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Lincoln Uses Psychology and Science of Sound to Make a Better Car

Anthropologists believe that every human culture in history, as far back as our primitive hunter-gatherer days, used music. Before Thomas Edison invented the phonograph in 1877, music was a group activity. It brought people together around the campfire, and in the opera house.

Now, we seek to replicate that feeling of live music within our cars.

The Lincoln MKX is the first of the new Lincoln lineup to feature the Revel Ultima sound system. Designed in collaboration between Revel, one of the world's leading audio companies, and Lincoln's design team, Revel Ultima places 19 flawlessly

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Show Your Car Some Lovin' this Valentine's Day

If you're happily married or in a committed relationship, the fact that Valentine's Day is just a few days away is probably an exciting thing; maybe you two are taking advantage of the long weekend and heading out of town, or perhaps you're just planning on enjoying a romantic dinner at the nice restaurant, enjoying one another's company. On the other hand, if you're single, Valentine's Day may be one of those days that you wish would just come and go as quickly as possible.

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