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If you haven't ever played Solitaire, Minesweeper, Hearts or FreeCell, it's safe to say you're in the minority. These simple Windows games have probably caused more lost worker hours than anything short of a worldwide coffee shortage. Whichever one was your favorite, the temptation to take just ...
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Art with Matches...
"Matches" is a series of photo-manipulations by Russian artist and photographer Stanislav Aristov...
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This glove found on Science Alert looked familiar to me, and I realized that we had posted about a similar glove last year. It just shows that people love to work on projects that give back— …
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And this was in my work email, way too much fun...
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"He was Gollum -- as dark as darkness, except for two big round pale eyes." J.R.R. Tolkien (January 3, 1892–September 2, 1973) firm
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With the help of Google Maps, fans of the science fiction franchise "Star Trek" have boldly gone to China to find a new discovery: the USS Enterprise as a work of architecture.
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This educational concept is great. From My Modern Met: There’s more than one way to memorize the elements on the Periodic table. You can turn them into a rousing game of Battleship or brighten up t…
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It's hard not to fall into a hypnotic trance while staring at art student Yasutoki Kariya's installation titled Asobi. The kinetic structure, whose name translates as "play" in Japanese, features a transference of light and motion from one end of a series of light bulbs to the other, á la Newton's Cradle. The remarkably soothing audiovisual installation mimics the familiar pendulum desk toy with its form and movement, which happens to prove Newto...
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"The intention is that a reader has to take their time to decipher which letters are used in words and sentences, slowing them down to the speed of someone with dyslexia."
London designer Dan Britton has created a typeface that's intentionally difficult to read to simulate the problems faced by people with dyslexia
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This concrete tower of interconnecting red staircases was designed by Thai firm Supermachine Studio for an elevated game of hide and seek
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