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WIRED
A visit to the forgotten volcano that once turned Europe dark wrd.cm/1wtsn6y pic.twitter.com/SDFetr0CsU
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Janet Delaney photographed San Francisco’s South of Market district in the 1970s and 1980s, a long-form project that grew to some 150 images and texts documenting what was lost in what could be considered San Francisco’s first wave of gentrification. "South of Market” can be seen at the de Young Mus
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It's time to fix America's infrastructure. Here's where to start: wrd.cm/1CLC8ll pic.twitter.com/Hw2U9mO2PF
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Crazy-awesome celebrity portraits made out of emoji wrd.cm/1xMdrlE pic.twitter.com/YxyxY0RoWw
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Emoji have officially transcended their status as mere communication tool. We’ve suspected their validity as an artistic medium for a while now, but these new celebrity portraits from Yung Jake confirm it: You can make some badass art with pictograms. More at WIRED.com. (🎨 Yung Jake)
George Lucas on how his new film is like "Star Wars" for girls wrd.cm/1JvTx3J pic.twitter.com/eyHiGUNzGN
The 1977 tablet that took up an entire room wrd.cm/1yafMFJ pic.twitter.com/fuDTHoEFPF
Our Absurd Creature of the Week is an insect that devours its mom from the inside out wrd.cm/1CnhWIg pic.twitter.com/ymT454Wb3R
"Dark tourism": The world's most morbid tourist attractions, in photos wrd.cm/1CxkLH9 pic.twitter.com/GkzFFNjMBI
Leatherman's new wearable tech can repair your wearable tech wrd.cm/1JvQnx1 pic.twitter.com/LvQtfVZv8T
Stephen Hawking first met Gordon Moore, the cofounder of Intel, at a conference in 1997. Moore noticed that Hawking’s computer, which he used to communicate, had an AMD processor and asked him if he preferred instead a “real computer” with an Intel micro-processor. Intel has been providing Hawking w
This iPad app brings a Braille keyboard to your fingertips wrd.cm/1JvPFQm pic.twitter.com/XodcgNardG
With a new research center, Ford finally discovers Silicon Valley wrd.cm/1CnboJM pic.twitter.com/AUkJNsolBH
It's time to fix America's infrastructure. Here's where to start: wrd.cm/1t8o0Ti pic.twitter.com/fe2pH99WRK
The grounds of Dealey Plaza, JFK Assassination Trail, Dallas, Texas. From Ambroise Tézenas' photo book, I Was Here, which explores the most morbid tourist attractions around the globe. Much like the subject matter, the images are starkly unsentimental. More at WIRED Raw File. (📷 @ambroisetezenas)
George Lucas confounds expectations with "Strange Magic" wrd.cm/1CLknm7 pic.twitter.com/cblt0WJNIx
Crazy-awesome celebrity portraits made out of emoji wrd.cm/1Cn2ADN pic.twitter.com/QTMAAnBsRW
"Avenue of the Baobabs." Elegant in shape and form, these strange and magnificent baobabs seem to rise effortlessly to heights of 98 feet, found only on the island of Madagascar. From Beth Moon's new photo book, Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time, a collection of ancient, magnificent trees from around
This February, @AngryNerdWIRED will team up with @BlackNerd for an extra hilarious rant. Stay tuned for details! pic.twitter.com/IdChmKEsdX
The 1977 tablet that took up an entire room wrd.cm/1xKe8Mg pic.twitter.com/gBzkbzkEM0
Our Absurd Creature of the Week is an insect that devours its mom from the inside out wrd.cm/1xKdzly pic.twitter.com/dm9RKRmNDL
Review: Google's Nexus 9 is no speed demon, but it's still worth the $400 wrd.cm/1CKfARU pic.twitter.com/f47KziZ83o
Vote for WIRED in @ASME1963's Best Cover Contest (News and Politics category) on Facebook wrd.cm/1xyReap pic.twitter.com/TwNdjufZNe
Photos: Explore the world's most morbid tourist attractions wrd.cm/1JtOGjH pic.twitter.com/hpgANiUHIp