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I will be making another one soon in a white/ivory combo.
I casted her with mold cleanup gel and stitched up and sanded.
I have to say I am over the moon with how she turned out. I have gotten many compliments on the design and this is the 1st time I have made a custom mold from scratch.
I have been juggling motherhood for the last 10 years and I am finally at a point where it feels like I have some time to myself again. I have taken the last year of having a 2 year old and now a 3 year old to make some changes in my craft/hobby time. I have spent many hours researching and watching tutorials on youtube. I have found some great videos on making glass marbles. I have also had to teach myself to sew. I saw a video on youtube about how to cut carboard and the lady was introducing 3d modeling software which she said was very easy to learn.
Here is a video of the process of making the first marble using the software.
Creating the marble using the software.
My first try at a glass marble.
Then taking a mold and casting.
Flattening the marble on the bottom.
Then sanding the marble smooth.
Checking the top.
Checking the bottom.
The finished marble
I had never sculpted in clay before and found it very relaxing to work with. The video was a great start for me and I am excited to expand my journey into making more marbles and small sculptures.The role of the CD38 surface antigen in the homotypic adhesion of human T cell lines.
Numerous reports have described increased surface expression of CD38 on human T cells during interleukin-2 (IL-2) mediated proliferation, and their surface expression has been shown to increase as T cells progress through the cell cycle. These studies suggest an important role of the surface molecule in the activation of T cells. Here we have compared human T cell lines from our lymph node (TNF) with those from the allogeneic peripheral blood (PBL), in order to determine if CD38 expression may have a role in enhancing homotypic adhesion
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Using Core Data with GCD
I have been using Core Data for a while now and it has worked pretty well for me.
For those who don't know what Core Data is, it basically allows to use data persistence in iPhone apps which would be otherwise stupendously difficult to achieve if you were doing it manually. You use a simple class that basically represents your domain and you map your objects (class instances) to the class.
The way I have been using it is to put the code that handles Core Data operations into a separate class called DataHandler. This class is then a singleton and it handles all the Core Data stuff on the main thread.
It seems to me that using GCD to do the same thing would be a much better way of doing it since you can organize your code into task queues and threads that work on the main thread would be easy to implement.
My question is: is it correct to use GCD for this kind of application (one where the domain is just data and there's no logic involved in handling the data)?
When you think about CoreData, you start thinking about representing the domain of your application in the database (usually SQL). So you can think of the database as the domain, and the GUI as the UI (in my opinion).
If you were thinking of GCD more as a task queue or thread pool, you might want to consider using an interface such as OperationQueue. This way you can apply the GCD pattern to the UIViewController that is presenting the form, and make sure you don't accidentally block the UI thread.
I personally use a queue to invoke the parsing of data from a web service, but you can use GCD just fine for that too.
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Many computers presently use a bus design in which the address of the device connected to the bus is sent via parallel wires, or lines, and the data is sent by having one or more of the wires hold the data. As a result, the bus width is defined by the number of wires available to carry the address. Often, because of the number of wires needed, the bus width is greater than the number of bits that the device is going to transfer. As