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For his photographic tour of the largest ship ever built, Alastair Philip Wiper not only captured the Matz Maersk Triple E itself, but also the shipyard where it was made. See more in the September issue of WIRED UK and at WIRED.com. (📷 @alastairwiper)
At 194 feet wide and 1,312 feet long, the Matz Maersk Triple E is the largest ship ever built. It can carry 18,000 20-foot containers; its propellers weigh 70 tons apiece; it is too big for the Panama Canal, though it can shimmy through the Suez. All this is to say: This is a ship of daunting propor
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iOS 8.1 is live. Here are all the new features you need to know about: wired.com/2014/10/new-th… by @redgirlsays
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"Mockingjay," "Foxcatcher," and seven other trailers you must watch right now wrd.cm/1sHtIYw
BIG HERO 6, @DisneyAnimation's 7th film since Ed Catmull & John Lasseter took over, is proof that Disney is back! pic.twitter.com/4SHkppJHuM
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Microsoft offers a cloud device to battle Amazon and Google wrd.cm/1wkjOg7
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Baidu, the 'Chinese Google,' is making big bucks using AI to target ads wrd.cm/1vDgVsE
An unusual, NSA-style database operated by police in VA is secretively collecting phone records. Our story w/ @WIRED. ow.ly/D2IEy
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Filip Dujardin is a strange sort of architectural photographer. He’s best known for pictures of buildings that don’t exist. Dujardin makes digital photo montages of impossible structures. In some, modernist buildings are stacked like towers of mislaid Jenga pieces, with cantilevered sections shootin
Filip Dujardin was trained as an architect and later became a commercial architecture photographer. Both skills come through in his fictive structures, which are the the focus of a new monograph, Fictions, out this month from publisher Hatje Cantz. More at WIRED.com. (📷 Filip Dujardin)
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