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    More Great White Sightings in SoCal

    More Great White Sightings in SoCal

    "9 sharks at Poche Beach, 11-footer at San Clemente Pier, aggressive shark at Lower Trestles, and beach closures continue. 

    Shark activity off southern Orange County’s coastline continues days after a woman was bitten off San Onofre State Beach.

    Nine 8-to-10-foot sharks have been spotted around Poche Beach in Dana Point; an 11-footer swam under the pier at San Clemente; two surfers were chased out of the water at Upper Trestles; and a shark was seen acting aggressively at Lower Trestles, according to reports.

    These sightings might be credited to more watchful eyes scanning the coast and an increased fear after a 36-year-old Vista woman was bitten in the right leg. Lifeguards, at least in San Clemente, aren’t taking any chances."

    - Laylan Connelly

    Read more of this article at The OC Register, found here.

    George Burgess explains recent bites in FL

    George Burgess explains recent bites in FL

    We really enjoyed Orlando NPR affiliate WMFE's recent interview with George Burgess who heads the International Shark Attack File. In this twenty minute interview, Burgess, Director of the Florida Program for Shark Research at the University of Florida, explains why more people get bitten by sharks in Florida, and what decades of research has taught him about shark – human interaction.

    Have a listen here.

    Sharkbanz added by b8ta

    Sharkbanz added by b8ta

    Earlier this year we were approached by new-age tech retailer, b8ta, to showcase our product in their newly opened, Santa Monica Place location. Last month we launched with them to great success. If you're in Los Angeles, go check us out and tour the store. It's an entirely different retail experience - both from a seller and buyer perspective. 

    Via TechCrunch: 

    "b8ta, the retail store that sells trendy tech gadgets, recently raised a $7 million Series A round led by TriplePoint Capital with participation from Khosla Ventures, Fifth Wall Ventures, Macerich and Eniac Ventures. b8ta also received $8 million in debt funding and previously raised a $4.5 million seed round.

    b8ta launched its first store in Palo Alto last December. Since then, things have been going well, b8ta CEO Vibhu Norby told me.

    “We had a ton of traffic and sales,” Norby said. “People loved it. We expected to have this seasonal effect that retail stores typically see, but instead, from January onward until today, the traffic in the store has been going up and up and interest has been rising. We couldn’t be more pleased


    With b8ta, the goal is to get innovative products like the Gi Flybike, a folding electric bicycle, and Thync, a wearable for achieving mindfulness and boosting energy, into physical stores and enable people to have real, tactile experiences with them. Some of the most popular products include Wi-Fi router Eero, smart locks by August and Dash Robotics‘ DIY robots."