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Fontello - icon fonts generator

This tool lets you combine icon webfonts for your own project. With fontello you can:

  • shrink glyph collections, minimizing font size
  • merge symbols from several fonts into a single file
  • access large sets of professional-grade open source icons

Now it's trivial to make a custom icon webfont, exactly for your needs. First, select the icons you like. Then update glyph codes (optional), and download your webfont bundle. We generate everything you need, ready for publishing on your website!

Bernie Sanders: Where the Democrats Go From Here

Working families watch as politicians get campaign financial support from billionaires and corporate interests — and then ignore the needs of ordinary Americans. Over the last 30 years, too many Americans were sold out by their corporate bosses. They work longer hours for lower wages as they see decent paying jobs go to China, Mexico or some other low-wage country. They are tired of having chief executives make 300 times what they do, while 52 percent of all new income goes to the top 1 percent. Many of their once beautiful rural towns have depopulated, their downtown stores are shuttered, and their kids are leaving home because there are no jobs — all while corporations suck the wealth out of their communities and stuff them into offshore accounts.

‘No Vacancy’ Signs Are Vanishing From America’s Highways

But a lot has changed since those days. “We don’t really have any customers who want that type of sign anymore,” said Alex Lauretano of the Lauretano Sign Group, a leading sign manufacturer for the hospitality industry. “At one point they were useful—but not anymore, with online booking.” Julie Hall, a spokesperson for AAA, which inspects and rates motels, confirmed that vacancy indicators are on the wane and also cited online booking as a key factor.

‘No Vacancy’ Signs Are Vanishing From America’s Highways

How to Digitally Recreate a $250,000 Race Car

Simulated racers are a diehard group of gamers who thirst for meticulously crafted digital recreations of high horsepower autos. And the pole-sitter for making these "machines" is iRacing. The twelve-year-old company was among the first to use laser scanners to replicate a racetrack inch-by-inch, delivering a level of detail earning the title of a simulation, or "sim," rather than a more run-of-the mill video game like Forza Motorsport or Gran Turismo.

And much like its racetracks, iRacing also uses three-dimensional laser scanning to build its fleet of digital cars, which its more than 60,000 subscribers use to compete online. Even professional NASCAR racers, like Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski, have used these cars to prep for upcoming racetracks, and iRacing recently extended its partnership with Skip Barber Racing School, one of the largest racing schools in the world. It's the super-accurate sim for the pros. And now iRacing is making its next four-wheeled creation.

How to Digitally Recreate a $250,000 Race Car

How to Digitally Recreate a $250,000 Race Car

Cartoon Laws of Physics

Any body in motion will tend to remain in motion until solid matter intervenes suddenly. Whether shot from a cannon or in hot pursuit on foot, cartoon characters are so absolute in their momentum that only a telephone pole or an outsize boulder retards their forward motion absolutely. Sir Isaac Newton called this sudden termination of motion the stooge's surcease.

BATTLETECH #SuperPreAlpha First Look!

A short sneak-peek of combat in an early pre-alpha build of BATTLETECH! We look forward to showing you more of the game later this year. We've also re-opened a select number of Late Backer Reward Tiers for the game - if you're interested in becoming a Backer, head to http://www.battletechgame.com.

Sea of Thieves Gameplay

Sea of Thieves is Rare's comical pirate sim and we've had a chance to splice the mainbrace, whatever that is, and set sail in search of our fortune. There are dramatic ship battles, majestic sunsets and more than a little drinking.

Why We're Living in the Age of Fear

If this election cycle is a mirror, then it is reflecting a society choked with fear. It's not just threats of terrorism, economic collapse, cyberwarfare and government corruption – each of which some 70 percent of our citizenry is afraid of, according to the Chapman University Survey on American Fears. It's the stakes of the election itself, with Hillary Clinton at last month's debate conjuring images of an angry Donald Trump with his finger on the nuclear codes, while Trump warned "we're not going to have a country" if things don't change.

Meanwhile, the electorate is commensurately terrified of its potential leaders. According to a September Associated Press poll, 56 percent of Americans said they'd be afraid if Trump won the election, while 43 percent said they'd be afraid if Clinton won – with 18 percent of respondents saying they're afraid of either candidate winning.

Trump's rhetoric has only served to fan the flames: "They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists." "It's only getting worse." "You walk down the street, you get shot." Build a wall. Ban the Muslims. Obama founded ISIS. Hillary is the devil. Death, destruction, violence, poverty, weakness. And I alone can make America safe again.