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jeudi 8 février 2018, 16:30
Jokgu is a Brahma Bantam chicken who can peck her way through an operatic aria on a piano keyboard. Yes, she follows the red light on the keyboard to do so but, hush now, it's still impressive. More importantly, it's entertaining. Impressive and entertaining enough to earn a ...
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David Daley's hugely important 2016 book Ratf**ked: The True Story Behind the Secret Plan to Steal America's Democracy uses original documents to trace the Republican master gerrymandering plan -- which gave them disproportionate control in several states, allowing them to...
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Everyone is raving about Nintendo Labo, simple contraptions made with cardboard and circuits that turn a Switch into a whole new experience. (more…)
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Blipblox is a deceptively simple-looking toy that lets young kids experiment with sound design and music. Presales start this spring, according to the description: The Blipblox is a fully functional synthesizer beatbox that has been simplified and optimized so everyone,...
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Looking for a really unique vehicle that will garner a lot of attention? One that will have your neighbors asking, 'What's in that Bozo's driveway?' Well, quit (start?) clowning around and check out this 1957 Morris Minor named 'Clarabelle.' She's just $7K. The wind-up key,...
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Justin Lincoln creates lots of interesting little tidbits of visual ideas, like this particle capture experiment that is kind of unsettling. (more…)
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As far as Valentine's Day is concerned, there are a couple of things we can say with confidence. One, it's nearly impossible to make a dinner reservation the day of, and, two, flower prices are inflated. While only divine intervention will help you lock in that last-minute...
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With Vaunt, Intel is taking steps toward solving the Glasshole paradox: how to get consumers to wear wearables that don't make wearers seem like bad clichés of wearable users. (more…)
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I traveled to Japan to buy a notebook. As a tech journalist and hardware reviewer, my primary function is to tell you whether or not the products you may be thinking of buying are, in a word, shit. It’s not typically a job that requires I leave my home. Hardware companies ...
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Using electronic key cards, homeless men and women in New York City will soon be able to get three free items a day from one of these orange vending machines. Basic but necessary items like socks, tampons, toothbrushes, and water will be made available to them. There will...
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With art fashioned after kids pussycat Valentines of yore, Casey Weldon's new 5-card vintage-inspired set is definitely geared to grownups. The Seattle-based artist's messages will put some much-needed sass into this Hallmark holiday. They are, as follows: -- I want to fuck...
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Techpowerup has published a redacted presentation from an unnamed AI company to an unnamed big-budget multiplayer video-game publisher, setting out a suite of surveillance capitalism tools combined with machine-learning to manipulate players to make them as addicted as...
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He loves you, he loves me. He'll teach you tantric for a fee. If you survived the 1990s, you either loved or loathed Barney and Friends: the kid's television show that taught children how to share, be great friends to one another, and that it's OK to pursue a career in show...
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https://youtu.be/Lxd43iH-CX0 Artist, inventor, and bio-hacker Julian Melchiorri created 'Exhale, the Bionic Chandelier,' a hanging electric light that 'purifies the air indoors through photosynthesis performed by living microalgae enclosed into leaf modules.' Exhale is now...
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Back in 2015, U2, Sinead O'Conner and Hozier were all up for Choice Music Prize for Best Irish Album of the Year. Big names, but none of them walked away with the award. Instead, the accolades went to The Gloaming. There's a very good chance that you haven't heard of them....
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Over the weekend, flat-Earther and DIY rocketeer Mike Hughes tried again to launch himself into space. Unfortunately, he failed. As a result, his belief that the Earth isn't round stands. The Washington Post has been following Hughes's misadventures: All critics would be...
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Tabloid stories usually have some vague, distant relationship with the smallest sliver of a fact, but some are such ludicrous fantasies that they deserve special attention. “Inside Versace Killer’s Bag of Death!” is one such a gem. The National Enquirer tells us, in...
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I was honored that old-school Boing Boing pal Douglas Rushkoff, author of numerous essential books for happy mutants, invited me onto his Team Human podcast to talk about the Voyager Golden Record, the iconic message for extraterrestrials that my friends Tim Daly, Lawrence...
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Photographer Benny Lam spent several years documenting grim living conditions in Hong Kong where people live inside tiny 'coffin cubicles' within illegally divided apartments. The images are grim glimpses of life in the city with the most expensive housing market in the...
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