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Infant Burials And Decapitated Men In Ancient Teotihuacan Neighborhood Reveal Diverse Origins

The ancient city of Teotihuacan, in the Valley of Mexico, is well known as a large urban center. Established around 100 BC, Teotihuacan grew to be one of the largest cities on the planet by 500 AD, with more than 100,000 people living in the center and the surrounding neighborhoods. Religious …

Algorithmic Trading: The Play-at-Home Version

Building computer trading models has become the latest DIY craze<p>After more than 100 hours of coding over three months, Mike Soule was finally ready to switch on his project. He didn’t know what to expect. If things went right, he could be on his way to financial success. If things went wrong, he …

Algorithmic Trading

Music Visualized with Light Painting Photography

How do you go about capturing music in a photograph? Photographer Stephen Orlando has an interesting answer: light painting. By attaching LED lights …

Surrealism – Art Term | Tate

Surrealism aimed to revolutionise human experience, rejecting a rational vision of life in favour of one that asserted the value of the unconscious …

[Exclusive] These Cosmic Landscape Photos Were Created Without a Camera

There are no stars in Vanessa Marsh's space snapshots.<p>Without using so much as a camera, artist Vanessa Marsh produces magical scenes that explore the vastness of the cosmos. Recently, she compiled a new set of works from her faux-night photography series <i>Falling</i> (which we previously reported on …

Famous Paintings Paired With BuzzFeed Headlines Are Winning Art History

23 secrets a man with a quilted sleeve won't tell you.<p>Sometimes, the titles of famous paintings are hilariously underwhelming.<p>We refer to Rembrandt's memorable portrait of his son as "Titus van Rijn in a Monk's Habit" (or "Titus as a Monk") because, well, that's exactly what it is. Then there's …

Apple invents texture-sensing stylus for future iPads

Steve Jobs was famously opposed to including a stylus with the iPad, but even he might have changed his mind had he caught a glimpse of the futuristic texture-sensing input device Apple just patented.<p>According to a pair of patent applications published today, Apple is working on stylus with …

The Freakishness of Christianity

What would the American culture wars look like if they were less about “values” and more about Jesus?<p>Evangelical Christianity has long had a stranglehold on how Americans imagine public faith. Vague invocations of “religion”—whether it’s “religion vs. science” or “religious freedom”—usually really …

These Beautifully Illustrated Posters Turn Iconic Patents Into Wall Art

From the original Lego brick to the light bulb.<p>According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark office, 600,000 patents were filed and 300,000 issued in 2014 alone. Meanwhile, litigation rates continue to climb as “patent trolls” buy up dubious patents to sue allegedly infringing companies. As these …

Panasonic GX8 is the First Micro Four Thirds Camera to Offer 20.3MP

Panasonic has just announced the new Lumix GX8, a new Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera that boasts a resolution of 20.3 megapixels — a first for …

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COOL HUNTING Confetti Necklace

Based in Brooklyn, New York and run by two RISD alums, Peppercotton makes costume jewelry that flaunts wild personality in the most sophisticated mannerSwarovski crystals have never been so fun. The brand’s handmade Confetti Necklace is a cause for everyday celebration, with a rainbow of stones all …