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As a tool for paying homage to the environment, Abbott NYC's line of nature-inspired fragrances ask us to slow down, live in the present, and smell really, really delicious while we're at it. The New York City based company creates clean, sustainable, and eco-conscious scents designed to capture the essence and memories of the outdoor places that brings us peace and comfort. Big Sky–a unisex Eau de Parfum–is a sensual nod to the mountains, glaciers and ranch lands of Montana. Cool and crisp with a hint of spice, this formula is reminiscent of mountain air, tall grass, and blazing camp fires. Find it below.
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From iPhones and Snapchat filters to airport check-ins and smart doorbells, facial recognition has entered into our everyday, as has the anxiety surrounding it. One in two American adults is in a law-enforcement facial-recognition database, often without his or her knowledge, while only a handful of cities regulate how the technology is used. And consumers are willingly opting in, even as they question the technology: The industry is forecasted to reach $9.6 billion by 2022. Here, a look at how facial recognition works, who’s relying on it, and for those truly concerned, how to avoid it.

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