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James Bareham
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I'm a work in progress sort of thing...
I'm a work in progress sort of thing...

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While clearing out my basement this afternoon I came across a box of prints dating from the late 90s to early 2000s. All taken while I was living and working in London, I found portraits of David Beckham (sans tattoos); Lulu Guinness (photographed at Claridges); the singer Jem (photographed at my studio in Camden); the actress Helen McCrory (most famous for her role as Narcissa Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies); Marti Pellow of Wet Wet Wet (photographed in Cannes, South of France); a dancer from the Rambert Dance Company performing on stage (photographed for my one-man-show, 'Rambert'); Emilia Fox, actress; Hattie Morahan, actress (both Emilia and Hattie were photographed for The Sunday Times); Sophie Hunter, actress (photographed in the Blue Bar at The Berkeley, Knightsbridge for Conde Nast); Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, (photographed in St James's Palace, London) and last but certainly not least, Louis Theroux and the incomparable Chris Eubank photographed in Fulham, London for the BBC.
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8/26/18
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Enter Bluegrass Sandman (h/t Laughing Squid)
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I really recommend watching this video all the way through, it's kind of nuts. Google admitted to +The Verge that it is disturbing, "It is designed to be" they told us. Nevertheless, there's something undeniably "Brave New World" about the thinking here. Leaving aside the creepiness, the premise seems to be built upon the assumption that understanding the past and present is key to predicting the future. History tells us this is at best only partially true. Even if Google one day manages to harness billions of user data points to help coerce the desired behavior from both the individual and the wider population, I suspect chaos theory will kick in at some point: you cannot predict the unpredictable. To quote Dr Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park, "Life will find a way." https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/17/17344250/google-x-selfish-ledger-video-data-privacy
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Today I made a graphic illustration of a white Rhino infused with DNA. In other words, just another typical Friday at +The Verge https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/6/17175936/northern-white-rhino-de-extinction-stem-cells-sudan
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Casey Newton​ eloquently explains what the fuck has been going on with Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and the almost but not quite just after the nick of time re-emergence of Mark Zuckerberg
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The latest episode of the stunning nature documentary featuring sweeping vistas and incredible camera work has just been released. No, not #PlanetEarth, +The Verge's Gadget Earth is back! In this new episode, we follow some cute and curious "Botlings" on their exciting and sometimes perilous journey to gadgethood. https://youtu.be/8ZyynEikwfk
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We wandered the halls and nether regions of CES in Las Vegas to bring you footage of gadgets in the wild, and in captivity. Welcome to Gadget Earth
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2016: A YEAR IN PHOTOGRAPHS

It's the last Friday afternoon in 2016, so we put together a collection of our favorite photographs to look back over what's been an extraordinarily emotional year.

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Apple's new coffee table book is satisfyingly self-indulgent and makes me more than a little nostalgic for my first iPhone - http://www.theverge.com/tldr/2016/11/17/13666750/designed-by-apple-coffee-table-book-iconic-product-photography
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