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16 UX/UI Instagram accounts you must follow

With hundreds of millions of monthly active users, Instagram is a fantastic visual platform for designers. The Facebook-owned social network lets you …

Tronfy 2400 Lumens Multimedia 2xHDMI HD LCD/LED Video Projektors für Haus Cinema Theater PC DVD ATV Computer Laptop Blu-ray DVD Built-in Lautsprecher und USB Leser 1080p Support

Dieser Artikel passt für Ihre .<p>um sicherzustellen, dass dieser Artikel passt.<p>Eigene Auflösung 800x480, support 1080p, Aspect Ratio 16:9/4:3, …

The Most Comfortable Airplane Seat Isn't Even Located on the Actual Plane

If you thought that it's impossible for an airplane to have a comfortable seat, you're mistaken. Fallen Furniture—a design company that uses …

A Closer Look At Minimalism Today—No Helvetica Allowed

What’s behind our culture’s perennial obsession with minimalism? According to Stuart Tolley, it resurfaces in times of social flux.<p>“For me, it’s a cleansing of the palette,” says Stuart Tolley, who runs the Brighton, England-based design studio Transmission. “It’s a way of stripping back work to go …

Scientists take next step towards observing quantum physics in real life

Small objects like electrons and atoms behave according to quantum mechanics, with quantum effects like superposition, entanglement and …

Hubble captures birthday bubble

This new NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image, released to celebrate Hubble’s 26th year in orbit, captures in stunning clarity what looks like a …

The Universe, where space-time becomes discrete

In quantum gravity, classical physics and quantum mechanics are at odds: scientists are still uncertain how to reconcile the quantum “granularity” of …

Consciousness Works Differently Than You Think, According To This New Theory

We might see things before we're actually aware of them.<p>We may not be nearly as aware of the world around us as we'd like to think, according to a thought-provoking new theory in cognitive neuroscience.<p>Just like a movie appears continuous even though it's made up of a series of separate images, our …

A Paris auction will feature some of the world's most valuable comics

And for rare comic books, that value is skyrocketing.<p>At a sale at French auction house Artcurial on April 30, comics — especially those written by the famous Belgian cartoonist Hergé — will receive attention and prices rivaling those usually reserved for fine art.<p>"The world of comic strips has …

Disney announces new Indiana Jones movie with Harrison Ford

Why, why, why, why, why are they doing this?!<p>In 2019, a new <i>Indiana Jones</i> movie will hit theaters, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Harrison …

Horace and Pete Is Louis C.K.'s Take on American Melodrama

The independently produced project is set in a bar, but it isn’t a sitcom.<p>Louis C.K.’s new show <i>Horace and Pete</i>, available to view only on his website, is best experienced with as little foreknowledge as possible. Set in a 100-year-old bar in Brooklyn, its premise might initially seem familiar, and …

TV

10 Cloverfield Lane Is a Wicked, Witty Thriller

Abduction? Or apocalypse? Or maybe … both?<p>A woman packs her bags hurriedly, anxiously. She’s made a decision to leave, though whom or what isn’t exactly clear until she ditches her keys and engagement ring on the way out the door of her New Orleans apartment. As she drives her car into the …

Horror

Down the Rabbit Hole: Alice in Wonderland’s Influence on Video Games

Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic provides an excuse—and a cultural marker—when game-makers want to change the rules of their own universes.<p>The bed is on the ceiling. The faucet is dripping up. A fish floats above you, bleating sonorous, pun-filled pronouncements. In the center of the room is a tiny …

Literature

America Needs ‘Y’all’

English has no standard second-person plural word, and it’s time for that to change.<p>How y’all doing?<p>A greeting as Southern as a bowl of grits, it rolls off the tongue in a single open-mouth utterance. Sweeter than honey and often saturated with hidden meaning, it can open up a dialogue with a …

Language

Nina Simone's Face

The upcoming biopic about the singer proves that the world still isn’t ready to tell her story.<p>When I was a kid, I knew what the worst parts of me were—my hair and my mouth. My hair was nappy. My lips were big. Nearly every kid around me knew something similar of themselves because nearly every one …

Women of Color

B8A

"What did you like about writing when you were younger?"<br>"I didn't know how to care about the audience."<br>"That sounds terrible."<br>"I mean I wrote with …

Tay-Sachs couldn’t break us: My story of sex, love and grief

Losing a child took so many things away from me and my husband. But we wouldn’t let it take this<p>The first time my husband and I had sex with a condom, I thought it was great. Easier, less messy, a change up from the norm. Win-win for me. I didn’t particularly like condoms: the feel, the smell, the …

This gadget from Amazon's new movie is crazy, but something like it could exist sooner than you think

The gadget in the film, called Augmenta, is a lot more futuristic than Glass. When Dickinson and his friend, Jake Lodwick, the cofounder of Vimeo, were inventing the product, they tried to create something way beyond the state of the market back then.<p>Although <i>virtual</i> reality headsets from Oculus and …

Donald Trump Gets AIDS In A New Movie, And That Has Studio Execs In A Panic

Afraid of Trump's reaction, they're "subtly trying to make it disappear," says an industry source.<p>Audiences at screenings around the world, and some even in the United States, have been cheering and applauding a macabre scene in a new film by Sacha Baron Cohen in which "Donald Trump" accidentally …

Beginner's guide to digital painting with Photoshop

Once upon a time, being an illustrator required the best pencils, paints, brushes, tools, canvases, ventilated space, free time and enough of all of …

Oscar's Best Directors Say You're Getting Ripped Off at the Movie Theater

Eric Myers, a literary agent who lives in Manhattan, went to his local multiplex recently to see the Jennifer Lawrence film <i>Joy</i>. He didn’t like the …

Are human beings innately violent? The oldest massacre ever discovered adds more proof

Some had their skulls crushed. Others were struck with arrows in their necks and heads. Among those killed was a pregnant woman with her hands and feet bound.<p>Researchers recently unearthed the 10,000-year-old remains of 27 people near Lake Turkana in northern Kenya and this brutal scene is a …

CBS, Paramount sue crowdfunded Star Trek filmmakers for copyright infringement [Updated]

Axanar raised more than $1 million in donations, but it might get the legal axe.<p>On Tuesday, lawyers representing CBS and Paramount Studios sued …

The Most Popular Resolution for 2016 Should Be a Pleasure to Follow | Inc.com

What do you want to accomplished most in 2016? If you're like most Americans, your top objective is to live a fuller, happier life. You also want to be healthier and thinner.<p>Those are the findings of a New Year's Resolution survey just released by the personal finance site GOBankingRates. The site …

Sketchnoting

Sketchnoting in Education<p>Mike Rohde's Sketchnote Podcast series<i><br>The Sketchbook Handbook on Amazon</i><p><b>The "Complete the Doodle"</b> …

Analog

The case for eating cereal for breakfast again

Just when it’s needed most, America’s love affair with cereal is coming to an end.<p>Despite its iconic status in the US, cereal consumption has been falling for the past 10 years, and the trend is expected to continue. In 2005, Americans ate approximately 155 million tons of cereal. By 2015, that had …

The Secret Of Happiness Revealed By Harvard Study

Happiness comes from choosing to be happy with whatever you do, strengthening your closest relationships and taking care of yourself physically, financially and emotionally.<p>Thus revealed a recent survey of Harvard's class of 1980 - with data likely biased to those feeling good enough about their …