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I made a thing!
A foul-mouthed magic 8 ball to help you get unstuck.
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Beautiful footage of the earth, taken from the ISS.
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This is really nice.
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Visions of the future should be more inspiring than they are.
It's a lot of this sort of thing. As it happens, designing Future Interfaces For The Future used to be my line of work. I had the opportunity to design with real working prototypes, not green scre...
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A brief history of maple syrup.
As our sense of American identity has evolved, the labels on our syrup, long a symbol of American authenticity, have not always kept up
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I would like to know where they are that the cheapest brand is not sugar water and the only brand of Grade B that they carry is ridiculously fancy and expensive and not that good anyway and dear god I miss Parker's Maple Barn. I should convince my mother to make the trek up there again.

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The story of a very unlikely bank robbery, by the main bank robber.
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The story of a magnesium NeXT Cube computer, and how it came to be set on fire.
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How the Aerosmith/Run DMC "Walk This Way" video came to be made.
Director Jon Small recalls the creation of the legendary video for Run DMC/Aerosmith's Walk This Way
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This is an impressive stop-motion video in itself, but you should definitely check out the behind-the-scenes video too.
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A critical review of Jeff Jarvis' latest book, and a harsh dissection of the fluffiness within.
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Lush workers, pickpockets who use razors to cut the pockets of their victims, still work the New York Subway.
Observed for about a century, “lush workers,” thieves with razors meant for the pockets of inebriated, late-night passengers, still exist.
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