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If you are keeping a safe distance from Reddit (which is actually sometimes highly recommended, coming from this avid Redditor), you probably haven't heard of DeepFakes. DeepFakes is a subreddit (Reddit language for "community" or "forum") with a very clever algorithm at its core. The original code was written by the user u/deepfakes and grew to become an avid community with one main focus: p
Photo by Jeremy BishopA few weeks ago, Zion National Park published its 2018 Commercial Use Authorization (CUA) for photography workshops, and found in its "Unauthorized Use" section on public use obstruction was a troubling note: The use of tripods on trails is prohibited by permittees or clients (monopods are authorized).Restricting such a vital piece of gear would be fatal to most photography
This week on Dezeen, the trust behind London's Garden Bridge announced its closure, while new fire safety test results of aluminium cladding blamed for the Grenfell Tower blaze were released. Read more
This week on Dezeen, one of Sydney's only brutalist buildings was saved from demolition while a proposal for a giant ring-shaped walkway in Wales was put on hold after opposition from locals. Read more
In 2008, researchers analyzed samples of protein found preserved for 68 million years inside a T-rex leg bone, and came to the conclusion that the dinosaurs were closely related to modern chickens and ostriches. Now, palaeontologists from the University of Manchester have taken another look at the tissue, and found that it's an even closer match to ostriches than previously thought – because is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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