Jitu Raiyan

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What does graffiti artists geotagging their work mean for minted NFTs?

Artists are currently working to mint NFTs through geotagging. ioTex and FOAM are two brands revolutionizing the way artists and workplaces flow. As technologies continue to advance, humans scramble to adapt. It is almost like the saying, “Humans make plans and God laughs,” in terms of inevitability. Naturally, the market will take some dips and the volatility …

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Boston Dynamic’s Spot gets a new arm! And look what it can do!

Spot is the quadruped robot by Boston Dynamics that climbs stairs and traverses rough terrain with unprecedented ease, yet is small enough to use indoors. Now engineers have added a robotic arm to expand on the robot’s capabilities and now the possibilities of what you can do with this beast are mind blowing. With the …

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6 Tips on Working From Home For Those Struggling to Adjust

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most Americans are going to be subject to Shelter-In-Place and Safer-at-Home orders. While that can disrupt your life in a lot of ways, on a day-to-day basis it’ll probably shake up your work routine more than anything else. Everyone’s probably worked from home on occasion, but working at home full …

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This Drone Tour of San Francisco Under Quarantine is So Surreal

This gave me chills. Shot on a Mavic 2 Pro by Dan Denegre of Space Race Studio, who adds: “Driving through San Francisco during the pandemic is jaw dropping. Thankfully few people are outside (I wasn’t even close to a person), but seeing the shops boarded up is tough to see. I made sure the drone …

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How Harley Quinn Ascended From Henchwoman To Beloved Antihero

These days, most people consider Harley Quinn one of the pillars of the DC media empire alongside Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and the Joker. But unlike those other heroes and villains, Harley’s existence doesn’t even predate the ’90s. Her dark and problematic relationship with the Joker may seem like a core part of comic book …

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6 Tips on Working From Home For Those Struggling to Adjust

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most Americans are going to be subject to Shelter-In-Place and Safer-at-Home orders. While that can disrupt your life in a lot of ways, on a day-to-day basis it’ll probably shake up your work routine more than anything else. Everyone’s probably worked from home on occasion, but working at home full …

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Impossibly detailed views of Earth from space at night and day

Nothing makes me feel more connected to the rest of the human race than seeing the Earth from space at night. National borders vanish, and rivers of light unite our towns and cities into a single glowing tapestry. Just look at this incredible view of Europe, sparkling with artificial light:   Er, wait a minute. …

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NASA’s Curiosity Has Been On Mars For More Than 7 Years And Here Are Its 30 Best Photos

For us, mere mortals, Mars is a no man’s land where survival seems like a distant dream. After all, no man has ever walked on its surface (as far as we know) and plans to send one to the red planet are only in the early stages of its development. However, humans have touched Mars …

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This life-sized Snorlax just broke the internet

As every crafter knows, it’s not about how many hours you put in to create something amazing, it’s the passion behind the creating. KnotAgainByAmina turned her love of Pokemon into a cute life-sized Snorlax for her friends husband for gaming and watching movies. As you can see, it’s a perfect match for chilling in front …

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20+ Awkward Public Notices That Can Shake Up Any Boring Day

Public notices are perhaps one of the things you don’t expect to find funny. However, oftentimes, they might hide a pinch of humor that can add a note of fun to your day. Just take a look at classic British announcements in public transportation, a safety sign above the road, and many other hilarious pics in this article. We have roamed around our hometowns and the Internet and …

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Tardigrades: We’re now polluting the moon with near indestructible little creatures

An Israeli spacecraft called Beresheet almost made it to the moon in April. It took a selfie with the lunar surface in the background, but then lost contact with Earth and presumably crashed onto the lunar surface. Now it’s been revealed that the mission was carrying a cargo of dehydrated microscopic lifeforms known as tardigrades. Beresheet was the first …

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The Unsung 3rd Member of the Apollo 11 Crew Reflects on the 50th Anniversary

On July 21st, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to ever set foot on the moon. The third member of the historic Apollo 11 mission was Command Module Pilot, Michael Collins, whose mission was to bring everyone home. In this animated Google Doodle, Collins reflects on the 50th anniversary of the …

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New York’s Touristy New Public Space is a Giant Endless Staircase

Where the High Line ends and Midtown begins you will find Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in US history. The extraordinary centerpiece of Hudson Yards is its spiral staircase, a soaring new landmark meant to be climbed. This interactive design piece was imagined by Thomas Heatherwick and Heatherwick Studio as a focal point where people …

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How to Write Instagram Captions That Skyrocket Engagement and Conversions

If you think that jaw-dropping photos are the only thing that helps you get social media engagement – you’re wrong. Though often underrated, Instagram captions can be a powerful tool that can make or break your post. Read on for easy-to-follow tips that will help you get Instagram caption ideas in no time.  The Importance …

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Facebook Groups: How to Develop Engaging Communities

Want to create an engaged Facebook group? Are you looking for creative ways to develop a loyal community inside a Facebook group? To explore how to develop an engaged and responsive community with Facebook groups, I interview Caitlin Bacher. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media …

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10 Actionable Tips to Improve Your Facebook Page’s SEO

Are you familiar with the idea of Facebook Page SEO optimization?  It’s a practice of applying basic SEO techniques to your business’s Facebook Page in order to increase its organic visibility – both on Facebook and in search engines.  Want to learn how it works and how you can apply it to your own Facebook …

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Artist Stitches 50,000 Photos Into One Incredible Composite of the Moon

Photographer Andrew McCarthy has created one of the most beautiful images of the moon you will ever see. Stitched and stacked from nearly 50,000 images of the night sky (taken on Feb 12, 2019), this 81 megapixel composite image of the moon is simply breathtaking. On reddit, where McCarthy shared the image he explains: This image was …

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Computer Engineer Created An AI Shelter That Takes Care Of 174 Cats, And Even Has A Facial Recognition System

A Chinese engineer, who was concerned for the well-being of stray cats in his native city Beijing, recently built the world’s first AI-powered cat shelter. Wan Xi is a computer engineer who was always a devoted animal lover. He’d feed the stray cats and provide them with fresh water. During this icy cold winter, he …

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45 Facebook Groups for Bloggers and Content Creators

When it comes to promoting your content, these Facebook Groups are your first point of call You’ve created your content, so what next? To promote your hard work, these Facebook Groups are not only supportive of bloggers and content creators, but they can also be the deal breaker for helping you succeed. Each of these …

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25 Chemistry Experiments in 15 Minutes [TEDx]

In his TEDxNewcastle talk, Professor Andrew Szydlo aims to promote chemistry as the science of remarkable changes, which are often overlooked yet so important in our everyday life. Szydlo is an internationally acclaimed chemistry teacher and holds a PhD in the History and Philosophy of Science from UCL, and is an expert on the history …

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After 41 Years, Voyager 2 Has Just Entered Interstellar Space

Voyager 2 has fulfilled its fate to leave the heliosphere and become the second interstellar spacecraft after Voyager 1, according a statement from NASA. NASA’s Voyager 2 probe now has exited the heliosphere – the protective bubble of particles and magnetic fields created by the Sun. The Voyager 2 probe was launched on August 20, 1977, 16 …

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A Thermometer Just Broke At -62°C (-80°F) In The World’s Coldest Village, And The Photos Are Breathtaking

Welcome to Oymyakon, a village where students are expected to attend class till temperatures reach minus -52°C (-62°F). The remote Siberian village is considered to be the coldest permanently inhabited settlement in the world, and it has just plummeted into a -62°C (-80°F) winter, making our daily complaints about the weather sound rather silly. We …

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Big test coming up for tiny satellites trailing Mars lander

A pair of tiny experimental satellites trailing NASA’s InSight spacecraft all the way to Mars face their biggest test yet. Their mission: Broadcast immediate news, good or bad, of InSight’s plunge through the Martian atmosphere on Monday. Named WALL-E and EVE after the main characters in the 2008 animated movie, the twin CubeSats will pass …

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The Art of the Pitch: How to Land Your First Bylines as a Freelance Writer

In the paradoxical world of freelance writing, your first few stories are essential. They’re also the most difficult to land because editors usually want to see previously published work (aka clips). After all, they don’t know you yet. Clips are all they have to go on. Well, that and the pitch itself. “It all comes …

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Rocket Lab Nails It’s First Commercial Launch And Is Ready For Business

A new commercial Rocket Startup has just made history. Rocket Lab successfully launched its Electron rocket on Nov. 10 on a long-delayed first commercial mission for the small launch vehicle. The Electron lifted off from the company’s Launch Complex 1 on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula at 10:50 p.m. Eastern (4:50 p.m. local time Nov. 11) …

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We Created An Unusual Fashion Photoshoot That Features Chinese Couture

We were approached by Savannah College of Art and Design in collaboration with Rizzoli Publishing to produce a monograph for the visionary fashion designer Guo Pei. While we were originally familiar with her name in connection to the 2015 Met Gala dress she fashioned for Rihanna, we quickly became enamored with her work. Looking through …

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A splendid video by NASA shows earth as a living creature

NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS) has released a stunning video that shows Earth in a way you may have never seen before. The video is a time-lapse simulation that depicts seven days in 2005 when a category-4 typhoon developed off the coast of China. The seven-day period is repeated several times during the course of …

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Vine creator announces the name of his new app and it bites… er, it’s byte!

If you’re one of the many people who miss the looping video app Vine, we have some good news for you. Vine co-founder Dom Hofmann has just confirmed his plans to bring the popular app back are coming to fruition. On Wednesday, he tweeted out that the new looping video app will simply be called byte …

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20+ Hilarious Photos That Prove Huskies Are The Weirdest Dogs Ever

Everybody who owns a Husky knows they are the worst. These unenthusiastic and lazy dogs are incredibly boring to spend time with. Not only that, Huskies get super cold even from the slightest breeze, so don’t plan to take them on trips or anything. On the upside, at least they’re really cultured, possessing the best …

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Trick or Treat! Make These 5 Halloween Party Treats for Less Than $5

Halloween is coming up fast — like, scary fast. By now you probably have your costume planned (and if you don’t, here are some awesome last-minute costume ideas you can pull from your closet), your house decorated, the candy bought and your party planned. Wait, you mean you don’t have a banger of a Halloween blow-out planned for …

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These Tips From Creative Writers Will Help You Get Published — and Get Paid

Let’s get this out of the way: Poetry ain’t going to pay the bills. (Unless you’re Terrance Hayes, maybe.) But if you’re willing to put yourself out there and perfect your craft, it could provide some extra cash. And that goes for all creative writing. There’s a market for it, if you know where to …

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I Recycled Over 250 Plastic Bottle Caps Into This Colorful Poncho

I create fashion with unconventional or upcycled materials. Most recently I made this poncho out of over 250 plastic bottle caps. For months I had friends and family save anything from soda caps to peanut butter jar lids for a variety of colors and sizes. I then used a small hole punch and clear stretch …

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I Went On A Trip to El Alto, Bolivia, And Discovered A New Style Of Architecture

I went to El Alto, a satellite city of La Paz in the Andean Plateau, which is over 4000 meters high, and I found something you couldn’t expect! In this new born city, where the architecture is characterized by a strong use of exposed brick, Aymara natives, coming from the countryside, are now part of …

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The Life of a Finnish Island as Told Through the Seasons

Jani Ylinampa is a Finnish photographer that has built a steadily growing following on Instagram and Facebook for his breathtaking landscape photography. The artist’s work is focused primarily around his home region of Finnish Lapland where he captures the region’s natural beauty as well as the incredible Northern Lights. In this seasonal series, Jani uses a drone to document the …

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Setting Sun Turns Ice Cave in Iceland Into Amber

Travel photographer Sarah Bethea captured this breathtaking photo last winter in Iceland of a setting sun’s golden rays entering an ice cave and turning a section of the cave’s ice amber. The picture was taken at the Treasure Island Caves which is located on the Vatnajökull glacier. To see more of Sarah’s amazing travel photography, check her …

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Checkout these incredible makeup artists for Halloween inspiration

Whether you’re looking to test yourself with a tricky Halloween makeuplook, or just like lusting over some crazy cool special effects, these makeup artists are the best in the business. Posting mesmerising transformation videos and pictures of 3D life-like characters, they’d be bound to win at every costume party. So make sure you hit ‘follow’ in the lead …

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The best shimmer powders for full on-fabulousness

Just a little sweep of these supremely shimmering powders will totally transform a lacklustre complexion. Simply dust on the high points of the face, starting with cheekbones, brow bones and the Cupid’s bow for an instant glow. From the best highlighter to the most delicate glitters, here are the best products to add some sparkle to a naturally radiant complexion. …

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Halloween Ideas from Glam to Fantasy

Not a fan of the whole gory guts Halloween looks? Don’t worry, we’ve found plenty of pretty makeup ideas on Instagram to spare you the scary stuff. Think glitter, rainbow shades, feline flicks and a LOT of sparkle. If you didn’t want to be a unicorn before, you’ll most certainly want to now. You’ve seen our seriously spooky Halloween …

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Want to Grow Your LinkedIn Network Effectively? Follow These Expert Tips

How many people do you have sitting in LinkedIn limbo, waiting for you to respond to their connection requests? Currently, I have eight. When I look at their names, I find myself wondering, “How do I know you?” “Need More Leads — Call Me,” “Portrait Photographer” and “Multimedia Designer” are some of the descriptions I …

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Shoe Bakery: Shoes That Will Make You Want to Eat Them

American designer Chris Campbell from Orlando (Florida), is very passionate about sweets and shoes. To celebrate this, he decided to unite these two passions into a single product for the Shoe Bakery collection. He made the most diverse shoe models with identical finishes of ice-cream, doughnuts, and cakes. Scroll down the page to check them …

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Cosmic Collision Forges Galactic Ring

How could a galaxy become shaped like a ring? The rim of the blue galaxy pictured on the right is an immense ring-like structure 150,000 light years in diameter composed of newly formed, extremely bright, massive stars. That galaxy, AM 0644-741, is known as a ring galaxyand was caused by an immense galaxy collision. When galaxies collide, they pass through each other …

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This Artist mixes the Real with the Land of Dreams

Ermis Anargyros Avgoustidis is a painter, photographer, musician, poet, film maker with many awards. All his Landscapes photos are full of nature’s light, emotions and rich of feelings in a view that human can’t observe in their own naked eye. This unique experience combine the pass with the future, the old with the new, the sadness, the dreams into …

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A 19-mile-long crack has opened up on the vulnerable Antarctic coast. What’s next?

Over a matter of days in late September, Stef Lhermitte watched via satellite as a new, massive crack formed along the edge of Antarctica’s Pine Island Glacier. Just last year that glacier shed a Manhattan-sized slab of ice. But that particular iceberg was relatively small. Lhermitte, a geoscientist specializing in remote sensing at the Netherlands’ Delft …

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NASA’s Open Source Rover lets you build your own planetary exploration platform

Got some spare time this weekend? Why not build yourself a working rover from plans provided by NASA?  The spaceniks at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory have all the plans, code, and materials for you to peruse and use — just make sure you’ve got $2,500 and a bit of engineering know-how. This thing isn’t made out of …

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This Font Will Help You Remember Study Notes, According To Science

I mean, I’ll try anything. A font designed by psychologists and typography experts could be the answer to your study struggles. Sans Forgetica, a “fundamentally different” type-face, was revealed on Thursday by Melbourne’s RMIT University. Lecturer of typography at RMIT Stephen Banham said the font was unique, as its formulation demonstrated a “clear application of …

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Here’s How This Couple Makes Money While Traveling the World Full Time

Dianne Minardi has always had the urge to travel. She credits her parents for inspiring her wanderlust — when she was really young, her parents uprooted her and their five other children on a whim to an American Air Force base on a Pacific island called Kwajelein for three years. The spirit for travel stayed with …

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Dubai mandates that all new buildings be 25% 3D printed by 2025

Follow my blog with Bloglovin The city, which has been criticized for human rights abuses of migrant construction workers, believes the technology could reduce the workforce by 70%. According to the World Economic Forum, Dubai wants 25% of every new building to be 3D printed within the next seven years. The Dubai Future Foundation, an organization …

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When You Take Your 360 Camera and Some Steel Wool Out for the Night

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Photographer Rod Evans took this 20 second long exposure with some steel wool (lit) and a 360 camera. He then took the raw image and gave it the ‘tiny planet’ effect. On reddit, where Evans shared the photo, he adds:   The camera I have is the Insta360 ONE. To do this shot …

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Putting the Pillars of Creation Into Perspective

Pillars of Creation is one of the most famous photographs ever taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. In this amended version by reddit user TopalthePilot we get an appreciation for their amazing scale. Per Wikipedia: Pillars of Creation are elephant trunks of interstellar gas and dust in the Eagle Nebula, specifically the Serpens constellation, some 6,500–7,000 light years from Earth. They are so named …

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World Map of Oceans and Shorelines

According to the USGS, about 71% of the Earth’s surface is water-covered with oceans holding about 96.5% of all Earth’s water. This inspired a series of maps in 1942 by oceanographer and geophysicist Athelstan Frederick Spilhaus which can be found in his book: Atlas of the World with Geophysical Boundaries Showing Oceans, Continents and Tectonic Plates in …

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Valkyrie Survived The Thanos Snap, According To Tessa Thompson

“…and THRIVING.” So Avengers: Infinity War was pretty great, but it left us with a lot of unanswered questions… …The most important of which is: What happened to Valkyrie, Thor’s new Asgardian ally? We don’t even know if she survived Thanos’s attack on the Asgardian ship at the start of the movie, but then Thanos did the …

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Facebook briefly blocked breaking news stories about its security breach — and that’s a problem

This afternoon, Facebook held an emergency press conference to disclose a startling security breach. The company said 50 million Facebook accounts were affected in a hack that allowed attackers to control an account as if they were the account holders. “Since we’ve only just started our investigation, we have yet to determine whether these accounts were misused or …

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Scientists make artificial Martian dirt, will sell it to you for $20

Scientists don’t expect to get their hands on Martian soil anytime soon, so they’re making their own. Created by University of Central Florida astrophysicists, this red soil, called Mars “simulant,” is designed to give researchers a useful approximation of the actual, far-off extraterrestrial soil. This might be especially relevant for testing the growth of crops, …

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This Organic Desert House in Joshua Tree, CA is at One With Its Environment

Long considered one of the pioneers of organic architecture in the United States, Kendrick Bangs Kellogg’s‘Desert House’ is often cited as one of the preeminent examples. Situated on 10 rocky acres near Joshua Tree National Park—the 4,643 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home was completed in 1993 while interior designer and long time collaborator John Vurgin, continued …

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When You Look Over and See 3 Fellow Instagram Boyfriends

A self-professed ‘Instagram boyfriend’ took this candid shot when he noticed 3 fellow Instagram boyfriends taking a similar shot at Thailand’s famous Maya Bay; made popular from the film The Beach starring Leonardo Dicaprio. Located near the Thai island of Koh Phi Phi Leh, the beach was actually closed for four months starting in June in a bid to …

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Face Powders That Do A Lot More Than Set Your Foundation

Powders are hard to avoid in the beauty world — we wear them on our eyes, in our hair, and even on our lips. But honestly, we haven’t always loved the way they felt or looked on our face. (The words chalky, dry, and cakey might come to mind.) But this year, all of that changed. Beauty brands turned the powder category on …

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Double Exposure Murals That Show Multiple Artworks with 3D Glasses

Insane51 is an incredible street artist from Athens, Greece that has garnered worldwide recognition for his ‘double exposure 3D style’ murals that show different artworks when viewed through the red/blue lenses of 3D glasses. Part of the Sake Tattoo Crew, Insane51 travels the globe, painting walls around the world at various street art festivals and exhibitions. …

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Oculus’ Quest is the first true VR game console

The Quest headset may completely shift how consumers think about virtual reality Oculus VR had one big hardware surprise to reveal at its annual Connect developer conference on Wednesday: the all-new standalone Quest virtual reality headset. The Quest is a culmination of Oculus’ last five years of VR work, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called …

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Norway wants to clean up our oceans. Here’s how it could work.

Earlier this year, Norway’s minister of international development visited Ghana. Minister Nikolai Astrup had a simple request: He wanted to spend some time with his team collecting trash from beaches in the developing nation. His team assured him that could be arranged. Then he was asked the most telling question of all: Where would they put …

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Everything you wanted to know about GIFTS but were afraid to ask!

Usually,  people waiting for a reason, event or occasion to show how they care  and love friends, family and even themselves. And especially at that  time choosing the right present can be really challenging and difficult  and more surprisingly it can be hard for a partner or a family member.  In this article, we will …

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