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This is a Real Photo of Food Cut Into Perfect Cubes

This is a real, non-manipulated photo of 98 different foods cut into perfectly little 2.5cm cubes. It was created by Netherlands-based design studio …

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Apple Music streaming service to use more social features than Ping

Artists will be able to post media and promote one another’s work on Spotify-style service, latest media reports suggest<p>Apple’s last attempt at blending digital music and social networking flopped: Ping was unveiled in September 2010 as a way for people to follow friends and musicians within the …

iTunes

Shooting Weddings with a $20 CCTV Lens

A while back, I came across an article about using a super cheap CCTV lens. The results to me looked something like a Voigtlander f/0.95 but for a …

Doh! Harry Shearer quits 'The Simpsons'

Is it curtains for Mr. Burns on "The Simpsons?" Voice actor Harry Shearer tweeted Wednesday night that he will not be returning to the hit animated show due to his desire to work on other projects.<p>Shearer had been a regular cast member with "The Simpsons" since its start in 1989.<p>"From James L. …

TV

Predicting This Year's Surprise Impact Rookies

Since the end of the 2015 NFL draft, we've discussed the top rookie scheme fits along with some of the first-year offensive playmakers who should create matchup issues for opposing defenses.<p>But who are the rookies in this year's class who could make a surprise impact during the NFL season?<p>Let's …

Large Hadron Collider captures incredibly rare particle decay for the first time

Experts say findings will help guide the quest to explain what physics cannot<p>For the first time, scientists at CERN have observed extremely rare leftovers from subatomic particles. The observations support a fundamental theory of particle physics, according to a paper published today in the journal</i> …