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Penn Jillette, In Conversation
The long and successful career of Penn Jillette, the bigger half (physically and personality-wise) of the magic duo Penn & Teller, itself constitutes a kind of trick. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by subsonik
A New Old Skywalker – Joseph Gordon-Levitt – Medium
Recently, I went to see the new Star Wars. I know, I wanted to see it sooner, but I have babies. Anyway, getting home from the cinema, I was curious to see what people were saying about the movie, and what I discovered surprised me. via Pocket
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5 weeks ago by subsonik
The Baffling Return of Mike Myers - The Ringer
Almost exactly four years ago, an interview with Mike Myers was published. It was conducted by GQ’s Chris Heath to promote Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, the sweet and compelling documentary about the wise guru to the stars that Myers directed as an homage to his longtime manager. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by subsonik
Inside Amazon’s surveillance-powered, no-checkout convenience store – TechCrunch
By now many have heard of Amazon’s most audacious attempt to shake up the retail world, the cashless, cashierless Go store. Walk in, grab what you want, and walk out. I got a chance to do just that recently, as well as pick the brain of one of its chief architects. via Pocket
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6 weeks ago by subsonik
The Smallness of Mark Zuckerberg – Member Feature Stories – Medium
Mark Zuckerberg is a small man — five foot seven, according to Google — but that is not very widely known, because the only images of him available to the public are carefully crafted to make him look taller, according to former Wired writer Graham Starr. via Pocket
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april 2018 by subsonik
I Made My Shed the Top Rated Restaurant On TripAdvisor - VICE
Once upon a time, long before I began selling my face by the acre for features on VICE dot com, I worked other jobs. There was one in particular that really had an impact on me: writing fake reviews on TripAdvisor. via Pocket
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april 2018 by subsonik
Dentons - The SAP v. Diageo decision – a realistic approach to indirect access?
Following the high court decision in the case of SAP UK Limited (SAP) v. Diageo Great Britain Ltd (Diageo), routine software arrangements many organisations have in place could become subject to significant additional costs. via Pocket
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april 2018 by subsonik
A Few Notes on the Culture, by Iain M Banks
FIRSTLY, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY: THE CULTURE DOESN'T REALLY EXIST. IT ONLY EXISTS IN MY MIND AND THE MINDS OF THE PEOPLE WHO'VE READ ABOUT IT. via Pocket
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february 2018 by subsonik
Why the Culture Wins: An Appreciation of Iain M. Banks – Sci Phi Journal
Many years ago, a friend of mine who knows about these sorts of things handed me a book and said “Here, you have to read this.” It was a copy of Iain M. Banks’s Use of Weapons. “In Thailand, they have this thing called the Dog. via Pocket
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february 2018 by subsonik
Amazon Go and the Future – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
I’m in Seattle and there is currently a line to shop at the grocery store whose entire premise is that you won’t have to wait in line. pic.twitter.com/fWr80A0ZPV via Pocket
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january 2018 by subsonik
Forbes Welcome
Kering, the global luxury group with brands including Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Brioni, Stella McCartney and others, is going gangbusters this year, with first three quarter 2017 revenues up 26.4% on reported basis over last year. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
Trump admin scraps Obama-era proposal requiring airlines to disclose bag fees | TheHill
The Trump administration has scrapped an Obama-era proposal requiring airlines and ticket agencies to disclose baggage fees as soon as passengers start the process of buying a ticket. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
Google Maps’s Moat
Justin O’Beirne of San Francisco, California. Essays, book, and contact information. Over the past year, we’ve been comparing Google Maps and Apple Maps in New York, San Francisco, and London—but some of the biggest differences are outside of large cities. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
The 50 Best Superhero Movies of All Time
This is probably a debate you’ve had before, and it’s probably a debate you’ll have again. Look at the highest grossing films of 2017 so far. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
A Night at the Garden
In 1939, New York's Madison Square Garden was host to an enormous—and shocking—gathering of 22,000 Americans that has largely been forgotten from our history. For more on the rally, read a Q&A with Marshall Curry here. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
Jackie Chan’s Plan to Keep Kicking Forever | GQ
Jackie Chan, who turned 63 this year, holds the Guinness World Record for the most credits on a single movie. (Fifteen jobs, on a movie called CZ12, or Chinese Zodiac, from 2012, starring Jackie Chan, directed by Jackie Chan, gaffed by Jackie Chan, with catering coordinated by Jackie Chan. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
What is Blockchain Technology?
Few people understand what it is, but Wall Street banks, IT organizations, and consultants are buzzing about blockchain technology. It's hard to remove blockchain from Bitcoin, so we'll start with Bitcoin as we work to understand this technology's potential. Bitcoin. Blockchain. Cryptocurrencies. via Pocket
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december 2017 by subsonik
Unpacking Burberry’s New Strategy | News & Analysis | BoF
LONDON, United Kingdom — Burberry is moving on up. via Pocket
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november 2017 by subsonik
Android security mystery - 'fake’ cellphone towers found in U.S.
[There have been many comments to this story from people who are assuming that these ‘towers’ are physical installations. via Pocket
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august 2017 by subsonik
Facebook phones and the future of mobile communication – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
We had a lot of early success…because in 2008/2009 most people just used a handful of key internet communication centric services. Facebook, MSN Messenger, Skype etc dominated. So integrating just those services was such a useful step that people loved what we did, and didn’t need more. via Pocket
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july 2017 by subsonik
Tim Westwood on his life in hip-hop: 'There’s no alter ego, no Clark Kent to the Superman' | Media | The Guardian
Once a glass collector at a London nightclub, the DJ became rap’s most famous UK cheerleader. As he approaches 60, he talks about his childhood struggle with dyslexia, surviving being shot, and the catering requirements of Biggie Smalls via Pocket
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july 2017 by subsonik
Cover Story: Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the Definitive Preview | Vanity Fair
The first trip to Skellig Michael was wondrous: an hour-long boat ride to a craggy, green island off the coast of Ireland’s County Kerry, and then a hike up hundreds of stone steps to a scenic cliff where, a thousand years earlier, medieval Christian monks had paced and prayed. via Pocket
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june 2017 by subsonik
Burberry - meeting the omni-channel retail challenge front and back
The job of reshaping Burberry for the next generation is not done, but it has begun. One of the sub-topics that runs through diginomica’s coverage of the omni-channel retail revolution has been how luxury brands tackle the direct-to-consumer online channel shift. via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
Page Not Found - Directions
At the recent SAPPhireNow conference, there was heated discussion about In-Memory technology regarding BI Analytics (for example, the SAP Business Analytic Engine) and some discussions regarding the importance of using such innovations for transactions. via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
All your memes are belong to us – The Washington Post – Medium
For more of The Web at 25, visit The Washington Post. Memes didn’t begin with the Web, but you’d be forgiven for thinking so. The evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins coined the term in his 1976 book, “The Selfish Gene,” to describe something that already existed. via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
Penn & Teller Burn a Flag in the White House - YouTube
Penn & Teller stir up controvery on the West Wing when they burn a flag in the White House. Note: I've closed comments on this video. via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
A view from Andreessen Horowitz on the questions shaping the future of autonomous vehicles | TechCrunch
Everything that moves, says a16z partner Frank Chen, will go autonomous. via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
Anna Calvi - The Burberry February 2017 Show - YouTube
Anna Calvi discusses her music, her voice and collaborating with Christopher Bailey ahead of her performance at the Burberry February 2017 show, which took place on 20 February at Burberry Makers House, London. Discover the Anna Calvi 'Live for Burberry' EP: http://www.brby.co/5tc via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
DON RICKLES and FRANK SINATRA - Tonight Show 1977 - YouTube
Mr. Warmth visits substituting host (and good friend) Frank Sinatra in this clip from the tonight show in 1977. Don spills his hilarious wit onto guests George Burns, Angie Dickinson and Carrol O'Connor. via Pocket
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may 2017 by subsonik
Swatchmaker | Colour palette extraction by K-means clustering
Swatchmaker uses K-means clustering to derive K typical colours from an image. It is a widely used method for grouping or quantizing data of various kinds. For example you could use it to group survey respondents into clusters with similar opinions. via Pocket
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april 2017 by subsonik
Parable of the Polygons - a playable post on the shape of society
Our cute segregation sim is based off the work of Nobel Prize-winning game theorist, Thomas Schelling. Specifically, his 1971 paper, Dynamic Models of Segregation. We built on top of this, and showed how a small demand for diversity can desegregate a neighborhood. via Pocket
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april 2017 by subsonik
The Burberry February 2017 Show - The Highlights - YouTube
Watch highlights from the February 2017 show as our new collection is unveiled on the runway at Burberry Makers House, London. A collection inspired by the life and creations of artist Henry Moore.Music: 'Desire' performed by Anna Calvi Shop the show: http://brby.co/5rq via Pocket
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march 2017 by subsonik
Recreating Asteroids with Lasers - YouTube
Thanks to Seb Lee-Delisle for recreating the Asteroids vector graphics with his massive laser.Here’s his site: http://seb.ly/Of course he’s on Github, where you can find out more about controlling lasers with computers:http://ift.tt/2mVh5fz was filmed in the Four Qua via Pocket
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march 2017 by subsonik
Want an Energy-Efficient Data Center? Build It Underwater - IEEE Spectrum
When Sean James, who works on data-center technology for Microsoft, suggested that the company put server farms entirely underwater, his colleagues were a bit dubious. But for James, who had earlier served on board a submarine for the U.S. via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump – Dale Beran – Medium
Trump’s younger supporters know he’s an incompetent joke; in fact, that’s why they support him. Around 2005 or so a strange link started showing up in my old webcomic’s referral logs. This new site I didn’t understand. It was a bulletin board, but its system of navigation was opaque. via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
Life Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine - YouTube
Subscribe to Motherboard Radio today! http://apple.co/1DWdc9dIn October of last year Motherboard gained access to a massive, secretive Bitcoin mine housed within a repurposed factory in the Liaoning Province in rural northeast China. This is the infrastructure that keeps the digital currency’s dec via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
New Florence. New Renaissance.: AI for the blind
Thanks to Jim Hays for the pointer to the Aipoly app which “runs convolutional neural networks directly on your mobile phone. This artificial intelligence is able to understand your camera's input and describe what it sees out loud.” via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
How voice technology is transforming computing | The Economist
ANY sufficiently advanced technology, noted Arthur C. Clarke, a British science-fiction writer, is indistinguishable from magic. The fast-emerging technology of voice computing proves his point. via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
CIO interview: Adam Gerrard, Yodel
By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
Yelling at Amazon’s Alexa - The New Yorker
The first time I met Alexa, the A.I. robot voice inside the wine-bottle-size speaker known as the Amazon Echo, I was at my friends’ house, in rural New England. “Currently, it is seventy-five degrees,” she told us, and assured us that it would not rain. via Pocket
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february 2017 by subsonik
New trailers: Christopher Nolan’s war movie, Fast & Furious 8, and more - The Verge
I love that Amazon has decided to specialize in seriously artsy affairs when it comes to which films it buys, but I absolutely hate how long it takes for those films to go from theaters to digital rentals to actually playing on Amazon. via Pocket
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january 2017 by subsonik
www.linkedin.com
Rather than follow the trend for making end of year predictions that sneak out in the quiet period just before Christmas, I thought I’d wait and do the crystal ball act after the holidays. via Pocket
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january 2017 by subsonik
Documents suggest Palantir could help power Trump's ‘extreme vetting’ of immigrants - The Verge
Palantir, the data-mining firm co-founded by tech billionaire and Trump transition adviser Peter Thiel, has provided largely secret assistance to the US Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) in operating a system that tracks and assesses immigrants and other travelers, according to public re via Pocket
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january 2017 by subsonik
David Fahrenthold tells the behind-the-scenes story of his year covering Trump - The Washington Post
“Arnold and Tim, if you’d come up, we’re going to give you a nice, beautiful check,” Donald Trump said. He held up an oversize check, the kind they give to people who win golf tournaments. It was for $100,000. In the top-left corner the check said: “The Donald J. Trump Foundation.” via Pocket
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january 2017 by subsonik
How Howard Stern Owned Donald Trump - POLITICO Magazine
To anyone who’s listened to “The Howard Stern Show” since it hit the national airwaves in 1986, Stern’s name still conjures the snicker of adolescent dirty talk, and the occasional sicko comment about Columbine or the developmentally disabled. via Pocket
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october 2016 by subsonik
How SAP SE Transformed a Productive Environment from Virtualization to Cloud Computing with OpenStack » OpenStack Open Source Cloud Computing Software
Want to speak at the next OpenStack Summit? Submit a talk before July 15! SUBMIT A TALK Today SAP SE (formerly SAP AG) is running an OpenStack environment with several thousand virtual machines. via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
Video: Pistol Clicks Become Killer Drum Sounds in Looper | WIRED
Screw the snare. To create a spooky soundtrack suited to the sinister world of sci-fi hitman flick Looper, composer Nathan Johnson designed a virtual drum kit featuring the clicks of a prop pistol. via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
Top 10 Source Filmmaker Movies | PC Gamer
Since its launch, Valve's Source Filmmaker has helped budding directors create literally hundreds of movies - some good, some bad, most.... incredibly goofy. via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
A War Movie Starring Lindsay Lohan... - L X H X N          
lXHXN (pronounced however you like) is a non-documentary from the 21st century, a story of self-fulfilling prophecies and vicious circles, addiction narratives and narrative addictions. via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
It's a Race We're Gonna Win ~ Ashton Root of Pixel Gigs - YouTube
http://ift.tt/1oXmY7R Every startup deals with the unknown: Will we get traction; will we get sales to cover our expenses before we run out of money? Rega... via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
Kevin Spacey urges TV channels to give control to viewers - YouTube
Double Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey has challenged TV channels to give "control" to their audiences or risk losing them at his address at the James MacTaggart Memorial Lecture at the Edinburgh Television Festival. The Hollywood star, whose recent foray into television -- House Of Cards -- has been a co via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
Stewart Lee talks to Alan Moore about writing his book, Content Provider (full interview) - YouTube
Writers Stewart Lee and Alan Moore discuss the term ‘content provider’ the title of Lee’s new book, as well as how to dismantle genres, balance different voices, and play with the parameters of writing a newspaper column or a graphic novelSubscribe to Guardian Culture ► http://bit.ly/subgdnc via Pocket
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september 2016 by subsonik
How the internet was invented | Technology | The Guardian
In 40 years, the internet has morphed from a military communication network into a vast global cyberspace. And it all started in a California beer garden In the kingdom of apps and unicorns, Rossotti’s is a rarity. via Pocket
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july 2016 by subsonik
Kevin Kelly: One Rule for Predicting What You Never Saw Coming… — The Mission — Medium
My jaw clenched. ‘What if I can’t find it?’ What if she finds out what I did? Then what?’ If only I knew how little this moment meant. via Pocket
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july 2016 by subsonik
A Glimpse into the Apollo Guidance Computer — Medium
This code is from the original Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) source code, available on ibiblio.org as well as on an (easier to browse) GitHub repo. via Pocket
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july 2016 by subsonik
The politics of anger | The Economist
MANY Brexiteers built their campaign on optimism. Outside the European Union, Britain would be free to open up to the world. But what secured their victory was anger. Anger stirred up a winning turnout in the depressed, down-at-heel cities of England (see article). via Pocket
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july 2016 by subsonik
How Apple obsessive John Gruber built Daring Fireball, the world’s most powerful one-man media company - Recode
More than a decade ago, as Apple was starting to transition from Microsoft’s also-ran PC rival to a globally dominant consumer hardware company, John Gruber was making a big leap of his own. via Pocket
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july 2016 by subsonik
Jackie Huba keynote preview - YouTube
Jackie Huba is the author of the book, Monster Loyalty: How Lady Gaga Turns Followers into Fanatics. She is also the coauthor of two previous books on customer loyalty: Creating Customer Evangelists: How Loyal Customers Become a Volunteer Sales Force and Citizen Marketers: When People are the Messag via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
YouTube
Apple CEO Tim Cook is participating in a "fireside chat" today with Box CEO Aaron Levie at BoxWorks 2015, following Apple's record-breaking iPhone launch weekend. For anyone doubting Apple’s intentions about becoming a business technology giant, Apple CEO Tim Cook wants to share a few facts. The t via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
The Founding Father of Bling — Cuepoint — Medium
In 1987, a decade before the term “bling” invaded popular vernacular, underground hip-hop star Biz Markie came to upstart jeweler Jacob Arabo with an unusual request. via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
Why I Liked David Turner’s De La Soul Piece — Medium
Critic David Turner recently wrote a piece for MTV News about hearing De La Soul’s “3 Feet High and Rising” for the first time. The album was released in 1989. Turner is now twenty-four — I am forty-nine years old, meaning I was twenty-two when “3 Feet High and Rising” came out. via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
He Always Had a Dark Side
For a man who built an empire in pixels, Paul Le Roux seemed like a digital phantom. After his name surfaced in the press in late 2014, I spent the better part of a year trying to understand him through the same means by which he’d directed his massive pharmacy business: the Internet. via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
2016 Internet Trends Report — Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers
View a PDF of the Report The 2016 edition of Mary Meeker’s annual Internet Trends report covers today’s Internet growth and an in-depth look at the following: Global Internet users have surpassed 3B; India has supplanted the US as the world’s second-largest Internet market. via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
Star Wars - Episode V "The Empire Strikes Back" Homage (Title Sequence) on Vimeo
Star Wars is one of Hollywood's biggest franchises to date, containing one of the most unique universes in sci-fi fiction. Not only is the universe incredibly iconic, so is it's title sequence (the famous title crawl). Designed by Dan Perri, the title sequence is one of the most recognizable introdu via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
NeuralTalk and Walk on Vimeo
Andrej Karpathy's "NeuralTalk" code http://ift.tt/1MXG36m slightly modified to run from a webcam feed. I recorded this live while walking near the bridge at Damstraat and Oudezijds Voorburgwal in Amsterdam, while visiting for IDFA DocLab. NeuralTalk is trained on the MS COCO d via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
White House Correspondents' Dinner 2016: Full Obama Video
President Obama made fun of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, CNN, his age, and much more during his final appearance at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday night. Watch his full remarks—which he closed with an “Obama out” and a mic drop—above. via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
Everything is a Remix: The Force Awakens - YouTube
Back us on Kickstarter to get Star Wars inspired t-shirts: http://bit.ly/1stMXZYRemix is on Patreon! http://ift.tt/20aGez4 'This is Not a Conspiracy Theory': http://www.thisisnotaconspiracytheory...The remix method of copying, transforming and combining is definitely used in Th via Pocket
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june 2016 by subsonik
How to use Workflow for iOS when you don't know where to start | iMore
Workflow is the most powerful app on my iPhone and iPad. I wouldn't be able to work without it, and, almost two years after its release, I'm still discovering its infinite potential. via Pocket
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may 2016 by subsonik
Diary of a somebody: could I solve the mystery of 148 lost notebooks? | Books | The Guardian
One breezy afternoon in 2001, two friends of mine, Richard and Dido, were mooching around a building site in Cambridge when they came across a battered yellow skip. Inside were 148 handwritten notebooks. via Pocket
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may 2016 by subsonik
Map: How much you need to earn to live in every London postcode | City A.M.
Londonders are obsessed with how much it costs them just to have somewhere to kip at the end of the day. Understandably so. Rents are rising faster in the capital than anywhere in the country, while wages for full-time workers have been creeping up at a painfully slow rate. via Pocket
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may 2016 by subsonik
The Neon Demon trailer: Nicolas Winding Refn's new acid trip thriller | Film | The Guardian
The first glimpse of the latest from the director of Drive looks characteristically stylish, as Elle Fanning tries to make it in the murky world of LA modelling 15.17 EDT Last modified on Thursday 14 April 2016 18. via Pocket
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may 2016 by subsonik
Digital future explained - Ray Wang - YouTube
The digital transformation is all around us says Ray Wang via Pocket
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may 2016 by subsonik
How "oldschool" graphics worked Part 1 - Commodore and Nintendo - YouTube
Visit me on Facebook:http://ift.tt/1WJnd5R part 1, I cover the limitations of color on older 1980's computers and game consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System and the Commodore 64.The artwork of "The Mill" by Oliver LindauThe artwork of "Halo J." by Steven Day via Pocket
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may 2016 by subsonik
Deconstructing Recommender Systems - IEEE Spectrum
One morning in April, we each directed our browsers to Amazon.com’s website. Not only did the site greet us by name, the home page opened with a host of suggested purchases. via Pocket
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february 2016 by subsonik
Half-Life Free Running: An Amazing HL2 Speedrun | Rock, Paper, Shotgun
It’s only taken 600 days and 14 people, but Half-Life 2 has finally been completed in under 1 hour and 28 minutes. The speedrun I’ve embedded below is the product of Source Runs team, and it reduces Valve’s opus to a dramatic, comedic relay of astonishing keyboard gymnastics. via Pocket
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february 2016 by subsonik
Illumio
Imagine security with no dependency on the infrastructure. Illumio CTO and co-founder PJ Kirner outlines the security approach for a new computing world. Illumio Adaptive Security Platform is the first-ever security approach designed to mirror modern computing and enable the DevOps model. via Pocket
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february 2016 by subsonik
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