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Facebook could end up controlling everything you watch and read online. Here's how: wrd.cm/1sLu5xR
See the custom jack-o'-lanterns created by Maniac Pumpkin Carvers wrd.cm/1tmpaY7 #WIREDClassic pic.twitter.com/D8knucUsYP
A look at the knobs, sliders, and dials that give your tablet a physical interface wrd.cm/1tmnU77 pic.twitter.com/DvTredc223
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Looking for new Halloween music recommendations! What’s your favorite spooky song that isn’t Thriller, Monster Mash, Dead Man’s Party, etc.?
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This gadget will rip and store 4TB of movies. Our review: wrd.cm/13lbPqv pic.twitter.com/SzUxo6oWW7
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Why are thrillers about amnesia so fun to watch? It's because--I forget. But here's my rant on "Before I Go To Sleep" youtu.be/mTpZAWccWTY
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America's polling places desperately need a redesign wrd.cm/1nTeDUJ pic.twitter.com/sxv2D3ptZ0
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Cape Watch: Marvel takes over the world, lets white guys take a breather wrd.cm/1sL1QiU
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These creepy Lego creations are definitely not kid-friendly wrd.cm/1tFDQCO pic.twitter.com/1IQPZHG1QV
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Check out this year's top microscope images, like this one -- which is real! -- of spider eyes wrd.cm/1sKI1YR pic.twitter.com/54MTrNRxlV
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It’s pub date for Faster, Higher, Stronger! Excerpt at Medium’s @TheCauldron: medium.com/the-cauldron/h…
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In a powerful, moving statement Tim Cook tells the world 'I'm proud to be gay' wrd.cm/1sKqoIN
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Why it took 23 years to link Amelia Earhart's disappearance to this scrap of metal wrd.cm/1E5jsyk pic.twitter.com/h9Bn3VGHzT
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Take a Google seaview tour of the world's most stunning coral reefs wrd.cm/1u8YRYE
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What science lost in the Antares rocket explosion wrd.cm/1DyDVtk
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Scientists discover a new species of frog in... New York City? wrd.cm/1sH5oCD
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See 40 years of the world's most incredible microscope photos wrd.cm/1q0b1w0 pic.twitter.com/WjgfzfFrbx
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Two years later, striking images show how Hurricane Sandy changed neighborhoods wrd.cm/1yIvVoT pic.twitter.com/wahcLo6wX0
The FCC proposes a new rule to make all your cord cutting fantasies come true wrd.cm/1tPrQAf
Hackers are using Gmail drafts to update their malware and steal data wrd.cm/1u8XKIG
70 years later, a crazy forgotten concept car is finally coming to life wrd.cm/1yIvIBR pic.twitter.com/ceOZky2Pj4
The real-life journey to the center of the Earth that almost was wrd.cm/1sH3IsO pic.twitter.com/8sZOtoKi8V
This university teaches you no skills -- just a new way to think wrd.cm/1zge8II
The former head of Google Wallet debuts a universal payments terminal wrd.cm/1zge9wa
A day with Project Ara, Google's crazy modular phone wrd.cm/1wGbmrz pic.twitter.com/BPvJ7SrL0r
Each of the 23 research groups inside MIT Media Lab now has its own logo wrd.cm/1q09o1g pic.twitter.com/MwP0A5Pm6D
These 23 beautiful products will make waking up suck a little less wrd.cm/1u8WULT pic.twitter.com/wGOOQQ9HEr
Planes, trains, and spy gear: Here's what to see in DC wrd.cm/1thWwJa pic.twitter.com/TicYLWOfvr
Here's how to turn off that annoying call-forwarding feature on the Mac wrd.cm/1u8kIQ6
(1/2) As a child, Maija Tammi wanted to be a pathologist. And though she grew up to be an artist, that early fascination with the body informed and shaped her latest project. The Finnish photographer recently released Leftover/Removals, a collection of stark and clinical images that reflect on the b
(2/2) These discomfiting photographs were made as part of Tammi’s doctoral studies at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture in Helsinki. She started while working in two hospitals in the city of Tampere to create images meant to “shake up the common ways of seeing everyday things.
.@markmcc's book, "Faster, Higher, Stronger," looks at the science and tech powering super athletes. More info here: wrd.cm/1DyiqbZ
Facebook, Google, and the rise of open-source security software wrd.cm/1yIivct
WIRED's binge-watching guide to "Fringe" wrd.cm/1wFEAa5 pic.twitter.com/ABNOtwRWQE
Here's another one of the saddest cubicles we could find: wrd.cm/1tP1U7Q #SadDesk pic.twitter.com/kC3mp99fXz
One of the funniest adventure games ever created is finally back on sale wrd.cm/1wFErDA pic.twitter.com/cSlKQgwLLr
I'm using Thunderclap to promote my book launch Thursday. I could use your help--please donate a tweet! thunderclap.it/projects/18239…
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Italian design duo Formafantasma’s installation, From Then On, is “almost a reaction, in a way, to the digitalization of time,” says Simone Farresin. The London exhibit features four large, analog, abstracted versions of clocks. “Usually clocks are two dimensional,” he says. “We wanted to see about
Nearly 50 years after its first expedition, the deep-diving Alvin submarine is getting an upgrade: wrd.cm/1ti4WQN
What science lost in the Antares rocket explosion yesterday wrd.cm/1u8z96H
Take a jaw-dropping Google seaview tour of the world's most stunning coral reefs wrd.cm/1pZc5jV
A new system aims to prevent drones from banging into each other in crowded skies wrd.cm/100CK99
The king of online courses, Coursera, may soon add videochats with professors wrd.cm/1sFIBXU
@WIRED My boss' #SadDesk. He's in the corner of the supply room because he gave me the big desk. pic.twitter.com/Vq6bRTnlHU
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My legs are too long to fit under here, and I work for the government, so this is how I raised my desk... #SadDesk pic.twitter.com/EGWBEaMT0k
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Scientists discover a new species of frog in... New York City? wrd.cm/1nQFT6g pic.twitter.com/x2rQeMO9yt
See 40 years of the world's most incredible microscope photos wrd.cm/1wFxB14 pic.twitter.com/JHPqyVwcka
Two years later, striking images show how Hurricane Sandy changed some neighborhoods wrd.cm/1sFCFhB pic.twitter.com/Jw2DaHEpsv