Archive | March, 2014

The Leith Lincoln Blog Gets a Mid-Cycle Refresh

Notice anything different? Anything… awesome? We got a sweet new layout for our blog. It’s a shiny, spiffy, and supremely more readable format for us to bring you the best that Leith has to offer. All of our previous content is right here and better than ever, and we aren’t making any changes to our […]

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There’s a Contest to Name the New Goodyear Zeppelin

There was a time in the history of air power that lighter-than-air aircraft held equal sway with heavier-than-air planes. Various hot air balloons were a crucial part of getting man’s feet off the ground, predating the first powered flight by hundreds of years. They evolved into dirigibles once suitable propulsion was discovered. While the speed […]

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Hoberman Sphere of Influence

Even if you don’t know what it’s called, you’ve probably seen or interacted with a Hoberman sphere before. Folded up, they look like stars, all angles and ridges and points. Pull on any pair of points, though, and the star blooms into a sphere with nearly double its original diameter. In miniature form, they appear […]

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How To Set Your Car’s Clock for DST

Ah, Daylight Saving Time. As if the weekends weren’t short enough already, we gave up an hour Saturday night for the sake of enjoying a little more sunshine. That’s a sacrifice we’re willing to make, though. We can’t be the only ones who are tired of driving home in the dark. Adjusting our clocks makes […]

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Film Uncovered: The Artisans of Independent Films

While the Academy Awards and the year’s greatest films are still on our minds, let’s take a look at Lincoln Now’s latest feature on the Artisans of Independent Films. We’ve already established that art and artisans are something highly valued in the framework of the Lincoln Motor Company. Film in particular is something that Lincoln […]

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