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Following up on their popular video from a couple of months ago, YouTuber Andrew Levitt, videographer Jacob Phillips, and photographer Taylor Gray recently set out to re-create Apple’s macOS Catalina wallpaper. They hiked many miles, had to contend with crazy winds, and had a run-in with the police… but darn it, they got the shot!This trip—the whole project, really—was inspired by the
Photographer David Burnett (L), pictured in the press pack at today's first public session of the ongoing impeachment hearings.As diplomat William Taylor and State Department official George Kent took their seats in the House today to begin their public testimony, their entry was heralded by a noisy fluttering sound, as attendant photographers shot off hundreds of continuous frames on their Canon
Ahh, the elusive “good idea.” Writers spend a large amount of time thinking about them and looking for them. It’s... Continue Reading The post 3 Reasons Why Good Ideas Are a Real Threat to Good Writing appeared first on Copyblogger.
Earlier this week the team at Bloomberg reported that We Co., parent of contentious real estate startup WeWork, has made a number of moves towards a potential investment in the eSports business. ...
Remedy Entertainment's Control launches at just the right time to lean into Brutalism with an intensity I'm not sure we†™ve seen before. ...
In this day and age, substance matters. What you say must be meaningful to the people you’re trying to attract.... Continue Reading The post How to Make Your Writing Real appeared first on Copyblogger.
Breaking the rules and thinking outside the box is something a photographer should always try. You start your journey with photography capturing everything interesting you see, jumping from one genre to the other until you find your favorite style.I’ve passionate about astronomy since I was a child, and astrophotography was for me a perfect match. It combined my love for astronomy and my lo
created by BioMitech, the project sees a kind of artificial tree that, like its natural peers, absorbs pollution and returns clean air. The post BioUrban robotic tree fights pollution by performing the work of 368 real trees appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
In a nutshell, it works by measuring how the resonant frequency, amplitude and scattering pattern of emitted microwaves are altered by any water, frost or ice that may be present on its surface. As a result, in lab tests, it was able to detect frost formation within a matter of seconds of its being cooled below freezing. .. Continue Reading Sensor designed for aircraft detects ice formatio
Despite the fact that dry eye disease (DED) is a relatively common condition, there are relatively few drugs approved for its treatment. This is because the testing of such medications on actual human eyes would be quite risky. With that in mind, scientists have developed a blinking eye-on-a-chip... Continue Reading Eye-on-a-chip drug-testing device blinks like the real thing Category: Sc 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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