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ANOTHER Good Use For Your Palm

Aiming to do away with the need to remember passwords for growing numbers of online services, Intel researchers have put together a tablet with new software and a biometric sensor that recognizes the unique patterns of veins on a person’s palm. Making laptops, tablets and smartphones responsible for identifying users would take the requirement of…

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Collection Scare Tactics

“Pay that $17.65 you owe us or GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.”  Debt collectors and district attorneys are teaming up to bully bad-check writers into paying their debt. In a practice that has spread to more than 300 prosecutors’ offices, collection companies are sending signed letters on D.A….

Make It At Home On A 3D Printer

3D printing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital model. 3D printing is achieved using additive processes, where an object is created by laying down successive layers of material. 3D printing is considered distinct from traditional machining techniques (subtractive processes) which mostly rely on the removal of material by drilling, cutting etc. The technology is not…

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Someday All The Adults Will Die!

Didja ever think Punk Rock would affect art as we know it? Be considered a “major influence”  on how imagery evolved throughout the 70’s and 80’s? How could it not?  Punk visual art can include anything from crudely scribbled letters to shockingly jarring figures drawn with sharp points everywhere. Often images and figures are cut…

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I’ll Have One Art To Go, Please

Yes. It is. Fo sho. ART. Serious art connoisseurs have a vested interest in keeping stuff like this out of galleries and museums. It just doesn’t fit with their image of themselves as soldiers in the noble war against vulgarity and dumbed-down mainstream culture. Richard Phillips is aware of this. He knows art critics find it hard…

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Controversial Sex Pistols Demo Found

Once believed long lost, a “legendary” demo of Sex Pistols’ highly controversial song “Belsen Was a Gas” has now surfaced on the Internet. Reportedly penned by Sex Pistols bassist Sid Vicious before he joined the influential punk rock band, the song is about a Nazi concentration camp in Germany. Until recently, only live recordings and a soundtrack version featuring…

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Curved Glasses=More Consumption

Before you down that pint, check the shape of your glass—you might be drinking more beer than you realize. According to a new study of British beer drinkers, an optical illusion caused by the shape of a curved glass can dramatically increase the speed at which we swill. Binge drinking is on the rise says experimental…

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Why? Why Not?

Wanna part with some cash for no good reason? This little android could be YOURS to control with your OWN Android Phone! Have your credit card ready and select your color.  See the demo here! WATCH HERE     http://videos.huffingtonpost.com/tech/control-this-tiny-android-with-your-android-517458213

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Alternate Opening Sequence–Avengers

In a just-released clip from the “Avengers” Blu-ray/DVD, fans are offered an alternate opening sequence to the Joss Whedon film, one that presents an entirely different narrative structure than what wound up onscreen. Here, Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) is being interrogated 48 hours after the events that concluded “The Avengers” and she’s quite displeased with Nick…

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17 Years of Me

A self portrait EVERY DAY for 17 straight years. On March 30, 1995, Bryan Lewis Saunders embarked on an art project that he planned to continue for the rest of his life — to create a new self-portrait every single day. Intrigued by how our environments can shape our self-perception, the artist has created thousands of portraits since…

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