Katrina Barillova, co-founder of Charmed Technology, wears "onHand"
on her wrist, a full-featured personal digital assistant from
Matsucom. Charmed Technology is venturing into a budding industry
specializing in "wearable technology."
Barillova models a "Bright Eye," a monocle that provides broadband
This dish-drawer dishwasher is made by the New Zealand company
Fisher & Paykel. The super-quiet, high-efficiency appliance
uses much less water than a typical dishwasher.
This pure convection oven by Dacor circulates hot air around the
food so that everything is cooked equally.
Swedish company Asko makes front-loading clothes washers and dryers
that are more efficient and effective than typical appliances.
Elliott Smith performed before an enthusiasti crowd Saturday night
at the Granada Theatre.
Brandy and Malcom Jamal-Warner, stars of "Moesha" on UPN, will
welcome real-life NAACP President Kweisi Mfume on tonight's
2nd district county commission candidate Bob Johnson.
Bobbi Timmons, Baker University junior, left, and Liz Boudreau,
Baker sophomore, drove from Baldwin to eat blintzes during a brunch
held at the Lawrence Jewish Community Center. Blintzes are similar
to crepes, with cheese and fruit fillings.
Former Louisiana Gov. Jimmie Davis practices his guitar at his home
in Baton Rouge, La., in this March 2, 1987, file photo. Davis, the
"singing governor" who drew on his popularity as a maker of hits
such as "You Are My Sunshine" to twice win election to the state's
top office, died Sunday. He was 101.
Matthew McReynolds, dressed as the Tin Man, lights a balloon full
of hydrogen gas during a whimsical play mixing science and "The
Wizard of Oz." The carnival was put on by the Kansas University
Stanley Lombardo, a Kansas University classics professor, has
translated Homer's "Odyssey" into a more understandable text for
modern college students.
Free State High School junior Lynn Feng makes precise measurements
during a chemistry class experiment Thursday. The Lawrence school
district is studying whether to make science mandatory for high
Oakland quarterback Rich Gannon (12) throws a pass against Kansas
City. The former Chief threw four touchdown passes in the Raiders'
49-31 victory Sunday at Oakland, Calif. At left, Chief Steve Martin
(90) works against Barret Robbins (63) and Steve Wisniewski (76).
A sign reading "Follow the Road to Safety" marks the entrance off
old Kansas Highway 10 to the Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant, the
site of the proposed Oz theme park development.
This composite aerial view looks south over a Prairie Park
neighborhood at left, Mary's Lake, right of center, and the
Honeywell International Inc. plant to the right of lake. At far
right, angling from the bottom of the frame to the top is Haskell
Avenue with the 31st street intersection in the lower righthand
corner. In the far left of the frame, angling from the lower
lefthand corner to the right at a 45 degree angle is East 1600
Road. A proposed extension of 31st Street would continue east from
Haskell Avenue and run to the south side of Mary's Lake and Prairie
Park to East 1600 Road.
Financial planner Doyle Brown of Las Vegas finds himself working
with problem gamblers who often want to withdraw from their savings
for gambling money.