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Could new rules make Formula One exciting again? wrd.cm/1FDGcbi pic.twitter.com/qOvkIc4dus
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Turn your phone into a split screen with this nifty calendar app wrd.cm/1FDEM0J pic.twitter.com/rIKIeioUQ5
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New maps of California's seafloor are some of the most beautiful (& useful) ever made wrd.cm/1K9zTMr pic.twitter.com/lu0ozrelqD
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The definitive oral history of ILM, the titan that forever changed moviemaking wrd.cm/1K9vPvP #longread pic.twitter.com/sRXU4Oc630
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Enter the "twilight zone," home to the strangest reefs in our oceans wrd.cm/1ekApNH pic.twitter.com/H7CENuFEMJ
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Want your headphones to sound amazing? Look to China wrd.cm/1K8SPem pic.twitter.com/TKPp5oRbzX
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Check out these 15 hilariously bad designs for everyday objects wrd.cm/1ejh5Al pic.twitter.com/iYwnloWIjv
This photographer's #1 rule: Always make eye contact so the shark knows you're watching wrd.cm/1FFMKIw pic.twitter.com/O9rzCpYiTm
The May 22, 1915 eruption of Lassen Peak, seen from Red Bluff, CA wrd.cm/1dnJOE8 pic.twitter.com/56eE7qm8yR
Oops, we've been using these emoji all wrong wrd.cm/1JEm9LK pic.twitter.com/oEmT5mIDOg
Tales from an era when airlines knew good design wrd.cm/1Aia7G3 pic.twitter.com/DYTVEVc2Vj
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Jorge Hauser has three rules for photographing sharks. First, always make eye contact so the shark knows you’re watching. Second, always dive with a buddy so a shark doesn’t sneak up behind you. And third, no matter what, remain calm so you don’t flail around like a dying seal. These simple guidelin
Ford has made the process of backing up a trailer as easy as turning a knob wrd.cm/1ej1ocF pic.twitter.com/BVZwVS3wIi
If your shark photos aren't good, you're just not getting close enough wrd.cm/1K5XZrm pic.twitter.com/EoETMuNeKp
As one of the Darpa Robotics Challenge’s 25 robot finalists, Atlas, above, will be representing Tedrake’s team at the 2015 challenge in Pomona, California in two weeks. Its purpose in life—along with the other finalists—is to be the best search-and-rescue robot possible. In terrain too dangerous for
This drone glider tests when it is safe to fly by a volcano wrd.cm/1dn8Cw4 pic.twitter.com/2bRtj4uIxE
Review: This easy-to-install system syncs your sprinklers to the weather report wrd.cm/1dn7hVV pic.twitter.com/vsu07dGdvW
Did you know that American Airline’s famous logo was designed by a traffic manager? wrd.cm/1FF0WS8 pic.twitter.com/t8skBtJIvL
MIT"s humanoid robot goes to robo boot camp wrd.cm/1K5yQgv pic.twitter.com/Az6mD20XRV
Yesterday I met a 360-lb humanoid robot at MIT who tried to use a landline telephone wired.com/2015/05/mits-h… pic.twitter.com/AlZTELlkah
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