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Spotlight: Artist and Teacher Gabriel Craft

MagMaker / September 29, 2014<p><b>My name is</b> Gabriel Craft and <b>my medium is</b> the blogger’s dashboard. In between teaching English as a foreign language here …

Spotlight: Creative Director Chinie Hidalgo Diaz

MagMaker / October 13, 2014<p><b>My name is</b> Chinie and <b>my medium is</b> writing. Recently, on my blog Fab After Forty and anywhere else I can get away with it, …

5 Magazines to Help You Stay Healthy This Flu Season

Jenn de la Vega / October 15, 2014<p>Flu season is upon us and there’s one simple act dubbed as the “cheapest and easiest vaccine”: hand-washing with …

Spotlight: Fashion Publicist Owen Geronimo

MagMaker / October 20, 2014<p><b>My name is</b> Owen Geronimo and <b>my medium is</b> art, fashion and technology.<p><b>My love of</b> creativity and anti-establishment …

Anonymous hacks Klu Klux Klan Twitter

Hacktivist group Anonymous has taken over the official Ku Klux Klan Twitter account, and threatened to leak the details of those behind it<p>Hacking group Anonymous took over the official Ku Klux Klan Twitter account, describing the group as <b>America's</b> home grown terrorist group.<p>Anonymous has also …

Playmute, a Kickstarter project that could let you banish TV ads forever

We love TV. Really, we do. But, like most people, we’re less keen when the viewing experience is continually interrupted by ads.<p>As a publisher, we appreciate that monetization is necessary if you want to keep producing (or buying) content, and advertising is clearly one of the main revenue streams …

The 19 best drone photos of 2014

The sky is the limit when it comes to creative uses of drones for photography — see for example Dronestagram or the <i>National Geographic</i> magazine …

Blessed or Cursed? Child Prodigies Reveal All

Are child prodigies genuinely gifted? And, if they are, do they become even more gifted as time goes on? We track the fortunes of a clutch of child …

The Curious Case of Jesus’s Wife

Lab tests have suggested that a papyrus scrap mentioning Jesus's wife is authentic. Why do most scholars believe it's fake?<p>For six days in September 2012, some 300 participants came together at Sapienza University, in Rome, for the 10th International Congress of Coptic Studies. Among those …

11 things we just learned about how the Apple Watch works

As of today, developers can now make apps for Apple Watch. Well, they're not separate apps so much as they are extensions of pre-existing iPhone apps, and there isn't a lot of flexibility in the WatchKit toolset — but it looks like that'll change next year.<p><b>Update:</b> Read our Apple Watch review.<p>We've …

The Week in Review: A Space Milestone

In the 10 a.m. EST hour on Wednesday morning, a space traveler called the Philae detached from the Rosetta spacecraft and landed on Comet 67P.“We are …

Take It In: 'Vape' Is The Oxford Dictionaries Word Of The Year

The growing popularity of electronic cigarettes has now sparked the notice of the estimable Oxford Dictionaries, which has chosen "vape" as the word of the year for 2014. The word can be a noun or a verb; it beat out contenders such as "bae" and "normcore."<p>Noting that e-cigarettes have come a long …

With Cash And Cachet, The Islamic State Expands Its Empire

Islamist militant groups from the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt to the coast of eastern Libya are pledging allegiance to the so-called Islamic State, or ISIS.<p>The Sunni extremist group primarily operates in the chaos of Iraq and Syria but is using chameleon-like branding and the draw of cash to get …

Scientists Rediscover A Part Of The Brain That Was Forgotten For 100 Years

In 2012, researchers made note of a pathway in a region of the brain associated with reading, but "we couldn't find it in any atlas," said Jason Yeatman, a research scientist at the University of Washington's Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences. "We'd thought we had discovered a new pathway …

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This is how Apple wants you to design Apple Watch apps

Apple’s watch likely won’t launch for several months, but today the company laid out design guidelines for software developers looking to start building Apple Watch apps.<p>In guideline documents released today, Apple says its watches are designed to “blur the boundaries between physical object and …

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