truth in advertising

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Should I learn how to use photoshop before making a flowchart?

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I want to believe

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waiting for never to happen

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Image of the day

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being in love

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Word on the street

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Eye Catcher

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Eye Catcher from Interactive Architecture Lab on Vimeo.

Using a combination of industrial robotics and high power magnets, a seemingly inconspicuous frame on a wall, magically comes to life. Through a series of experimental films, photography and physical prototypes, the primitive effects of eye (and eye-like) stimuli have been investigated. The Eye Catcher project in its conclusion has developed a novel expressive interface where emotion recognition algorithms read audience faces and in-turn trigger the animation of a face formed of ferrofluid. Created by Lin Zhang, Ran Xie

My Favorite Things

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everyone poops

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A funny little project by Claudio Francescato named Sir Cagott’s Poops

There’s treasure everywhere in Greece

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Oliver Burkeman: The Negative Path to Happiness and Success

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Oliver Burkeman: The Negative Path to Happiness and Success from 99U on Vimeo.

“Get motivated!” and “stay positive!” are common bits of self-help advice. But have we gone too far in our penchant for positivity? Leaning on research (including a story about Mount Everest climbers), reporter and author Oliver Burkeman shares the counterintuitive insight of how abandoning goals and allowing some negativity in can actually be helpful.
“Theres a real benefit to find ways to loosen our grip as goal driven people. When you look at successful entrepreneurs…you find they don’t follow this stereotype.” We should instead remain ready to adapt where we are heading and embrace uncertainty.

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