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We’re hard at work building the Google Fiber network in the Triangle. Here's a look at what we're up to:
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And you know that's going to be the new craze on the fashion runway next.  
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The amusing images used in a range of iconic adverts from the industry's heyday are being showcased at an exhibition to celebrate Collett Dickenson Pearce, one of Britain's most pioneering agencies.
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"We Finns just like it simple":
Net users can't get enough of #Helsinki Metro map

"Finland: land of the Moomins, Santa Claus Village, and exceedingly simple metro lines.

A series of maps comparing the municipal subway layouts in major cities around the world has been tickling some net users who just can’t get enough of Helsinki’s metro design. Some are calling it proof that Finns like to keep things simple–and you’ve got to admit, when you see the image stacked up next to a map of Tokyo’s metro system, they may have a point!


Perhaps because the population of Finland’s capital, Helsinki (621,863 as of November 2014), is dwarfed by some of the other major cities around the globe, its exceptionally uncomplicated metro system is worlds apart from the intimidating, tangled-up monstrosity known as the Tokyo Metro.

I remember staring blankly at all the squiggly lines the first time I ever saw a map of Tokyo’s subway system, and then almost fainted when I realized there was a whole other network of trains above ground as well..."

Read more: http://bit.ly/1BPljnm

#Metro #Underground #Helsinki #Finland
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e-Ink works by having little balls embedded in the screen, white on one side and black on the other, and rotating them as needed to form images. Obviously, you can do the same with penguins.

Of course, the resulting text would be fairly large if you used this for a book, so this method is only suitable for a magnum Opus.
It's only been a week since we featured Daniel Rozin's new fur mirror, and lucky for us there's also a second mirror artwork currently on view at bitforms. The Penguins Mirror is an interactive mirror constructed with 450 stuffed penguins atop rotating motors. If you think t
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Robotics engineers from MIT built a battery-powered quadruped robot that can run as fast as a human and jump over hurdles, all on its own.
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Physician, medical informaticist, UI/UX designer, beagle lover