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The ISHU: The Anti-Paparazzi Scarf That Makes Flash Photography Impossible

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Avoiding the paparazzi usually involves Celebs covering their faces or surrounding themselves with
body guards, but why do that when you can just toss a
stylish scarf around your neck? This anti-paparazzi
scarf lets you do just that.

It’s called , and it’s the latest piece of anti-
paparazzi clothing meant to render flash photography
impossible. Made from highly reflective fabric, a
camera’s flash makes it light up brilliant white,
darkening the rest of the image almost into oblivion.

Originally reported on Buzzfeed , the Ishu is the brainchild of Saif Siddiqui, who says he was inspired to
create it in 2009 when a group photo of his was ruined
by a bicycle reflector. Six years and a bunch of research
later, the highly reflective Ishu burst onto the scene and
quickly made its way onto the heads and necks of
prominent actors, musicians, and sports stars.
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Based on the sample images on , it does
its job very well:
Siddiqui isn’t the first to try and market anti-paparazzi
reflective clothing. The Flash Back Line by DJ Chris
Holmes made viral waves when it was announced in
early 2015, but has since entirely.
Fortunately, the same fate doesn’t seem to lie in wait for
the Ishu scarf (and the tie and case Siddiqui has listed
on the Ishu). Ishu products will launch globally in
August, but you can already check them out and pre-
order them starting today. Prices range from $268
to $478.

 ORDER ISHU SCARF 

Michael Ajah is a Computer Science Student of The University of Port Harcourt and a Chelsea Fan. He loves RnB and a little mix of Trap Music. An awesome tech reviewer and analyst. Email - [email protected]

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Next book of Game of Thrones may be near release. This is why

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If you talk to any fan of Game of Thrones books, it is likely that the delay in completing the next book, Winds of Winter, will be mentioned. Author George RR Martin has been releasing the book for more than 10 years ago, much to the chagrin of fans eager to read the book. Westeros’ next chapter of the world.

However, according to some discerning fans, the release may be closer than we think. Fans have put together some clues that suggest the release of an upcoming book soon. The first clue is on George RR Martin’s website in the “upcoming publications” section.

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The page has a notice that encourages fans to check the site for future releases. It’s a pretty typical message but didn’t exist until a few days ago, suggesting a near future update.

In addition, the book website thewindsofwinter.com has recently changed ownership, according to one user. on twitter. The site has been inactive for years, giving yet another indication that the book may be imminent. Winds of Winter will be the penultimate book in the series.

House of The Dragon is the next series based on the world of Westeros

However, fans of the Game of Thrones television series have the upcoming House of The Dragon to look forward to. This series will be based on the Targaryen Dynasty and its narrative will occur about 300 years before the events of the main series, before Daenerys and Jon Snow.

The series will be produced by HBO so we can count on the same atmosphere and quality of production that achieved so much in Game of Thrones. The origins of the Targaryen family and their dragons will be revealed during the series.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 is now on Steam and the players are furious!

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The desired arrival of Red Dead Redemption 2 on the PC came last month and was made available through the Rockstar and Epic Games store. However, the problems were many and the players were extremely frustrated.

Now the game is also available on Steam, giving the millions of players a glimmer of hope. However, Rockstar has clearly not learned from their mistakes and the players are furious.

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Steam release brought even more trouble for Red Dead Redemption 2

Everyone expected the arrival of RDR 2 on Steam to happen smoothly and with the vast majority of previous problems resolved. However, besides that it did not happen, this release has caused even more problems.

As with so many other games, despite being available on Steam, Red Dead Redemption 2 remains released by launcher Rockstar. Many users have seen their Steam account associated with a Rockstar Social Club account to which they no longer have access.

Once this connection is made, you will only be able to play RDR 2 if you can win. access to your old account. Even worse, you’ll have even more problems if you eventually block access to your account by trying to find your old password.

Unlike in the Epic Games and Rockstar store, the Steam platform offers the ability to comment on any available game. So, with this big “wave” of trouble, a flood of negative comments has also come.

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Many users are complaining about various issues with launcher of the game, which for one reason or another, simply is not able to start Red Dead Redemption 2. Apparently, a possible solution to this problem is to turn off the computer command by turning it on just after the game is released.

Rockstar is trying to solve all problems

Since the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC that Rockstar has been working hard to try to solve every problem. In fact, the latest update has addressed many of the reported issues as well as the desired performance improvements.

Still, this second release made it very clear that RDR 2 for PC is far from promised. If you are looking forward to trying this game on your PC, I advise you to wait a little longer unless you want to spend this extremely frustrated Christmas with Rockstar.

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