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Why sci-fi movies need more big ideas like Ex Machina’s wrd.cm/1EJS0KF pic.twitter.com/wRHyM0DWce
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Why is this stained glass so awesome? It's made out of melted gummy bears: wrd.cm/1b6VWr3 pic.twitter.com/IdkdMODEvw
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"Mad Men" Recap: An episode about children of all ages wrd.cm/1DtklxN pic.twitter.com/JQ7zHy83Je
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Seeking the rare dark skies in America where light pollution hasn't stolen the stars from us wrd.cm/1EIQjNI pic.twitter.com/AU4yQl21Z6
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Photos: EDM festival chaos, seen from the air wrd.cm/1JDoaW4 pic.twitter.com/aME73hnWnY
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Could the planets in "Star Wars" actually support life? wrd.cm/1Gsw1s2 pic.twitter.com/s45eST0QYc
You can write the perfect email to anyone with this creepy site wrd.cm/1Px3e6Y pic.twitter.com/XgQ1UQkh0Z
The surprisingly complex design of the Ziploc bag wrd.cm/1IRSpbM pic.twitter.com/6lmZGN2vO1
It’s safe to say Nick Veasy loves X-rays. From machine guns to airplanes, the photographer has spent years investigating the inner workings of modern mechanics. In his latest series, Veasey focuses on the simple, elegant designs of vintage motorcycles, which look amazing when X-rayed. More at WIRED.
These laser scans of London are a whole new way to see the world wrd.cm/1I5EyQV pic.twitter.com/SbHTfBdWgh
The grisly scenes in Jeroen Hofman’s photos aren’t real. They’re painstakingly detailed, remarkably realistic simulations designed to teach would-be cops in the Netherlands the art and science of forensic investigation. The sets, inspired by actual events, are meticulously modeled by instructors who
These apps will make your phone's great camera even more incredible wrd.cm/1GgIwBp pic.twitter.com/sTWXt4N1cH
People love gadgets— especially shiny new ones. Bigger screens. Faster processors. Slimmer profiles. But what happens to our mobile phones, computers and televisions when we upgrade?Some of them end up in a place like Agbogbloshie, a vast, poisonous dump in Ghana. A former wetland turned slum, the k
Her official title is chief technology officer of the United States. But think of Megan Smith as tech’s chief evangelist in government. It’s a role President Obama takes seriously. When she started the job last September, they met regularly to formulate her priorities. “I think of it as an architect
Review: At $700, the Asus ZenBook UX305 is a steal wrd.cm/1HywYyZ pic.twitter.com/vvExJhjYf4
Five essential pieces of gear that every street photographer should have: wrd.cm/1aZe71N pic.twitter.com/duwLV73IRd
These photos offer a God-like view of EDM festival chaos around the world wrd.cm/1I5zqw7 pic.twitter.com/Nlsv4ffRuC
Meet the duo behind the killer horror/sci-fi mashup "Spring" wrd.cm/1IRM1kx pic.twitter.com/Ox8mYweu46
An ode to the lost world of the film projection booth wrd.cm/1Om76dP pic.twitter.com/hewg5F71RY
Stunning images in honor of the 25th anniversary of Hubble’s launch wrd.cm/1Om6Njk pic.twitter.com/64ZAusjJJe
Finally! There's a Rolls Royce for fancy people wrd.cm/1HypRXk pic.twitter.com/Ic8bvDdSVw