Fran¢€$

132 Flips | 5 Magazines | 11 Likes | 10 Following | 5 Followers | @aboysfantasy | Keep up with Fran¢€$ on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Fran¢€$”

The 'Keurig for marijuana' is finally coming — and it looks amazing

The world's first single-serve, pod-based vaporizer system is coming to market in early 2017. Dubbed the CannaCloud, it's essentially the Keurig of cannabis.<p>The CannaCloud, made by Boston-based startup CannaKorp, could bring a level of precision and ease to marijuana consumption that could help …

Director Luc Besson Is Using Instagram As A Production Diary

<b>WHAT:</b> Instagrammed set pics and video from the 2017 film, <i>Valerian</i>.<p><b>WHO:</b> <i>The Fifth Element</i> director Luc Besson.<p><b>WHY WE CARE:</b> If you were able to look past its unaccountably dumb premise—woman is able to access 100% of her brain, rather than the 10% average of myth—the 2014 film, <i>Lucy</i> was quite fun. …

Luc Besson

This camera could finally make Polaroid instant film relevant again

The I-1, which is currently on sale for $300, is the first camera the company engineered in-house. It's also the first camera specifically manufactured for Polaroid's traditional instant films in over a decade. The fact that it's new and functional already sets it apart from a lot of the used …

Raspberry Pi Powered Digital Backpack For Analog 35mm Cameras (video)

Professional art director Samuel Mello Medeiros has created a new digital backpack which he has designed to transform analogue 35mm cameras into …

Raspberry Pi

Poem Exposes The Gut-Wrenching Anonymity Of Child Brides

"No one ever talks to the bride."<p>“I met her on her wedding day, walked up to her and smiled. Back home no one ever talks to the bride. So I thought I’d try something new, thinking I could break tradition."<p>That's how poet Emi Mahmoud begins her powerful spoken word poem "Child Bride." The poem, …

Brides

23 scrumptious shrimp recipes from around the world

1 /23: Grilled shrimp chimichurri<p>1/23 :Grilled shrimp chimichurri<p>Share<p>Tweet<p>Pin<p>Grilled shrimp with Argentinian chimichurri is perfect paired with a …

Jesus Mestre Chapel / Site Specific Arquitectura

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> This is a chapel, or a small church, built in a particular house for particular people – the brotherhood …

São Paulo

The innovators: desalination unit brings clean water on wheels

Travelling around Thailand in the 1990s, William Janssen was impressed with the basic rooftop solar heating systems that were on many homes, where energy from the sun was absorbed by a plate and then used to heat water for the home.<p>Two decades later and Janssen has developed that basic idea he saw …

Water

Apple has created over 2,000 Austin jobs since 2012

20 best Chinese recipes: part 1

Kenneth Lo’s egg fried rice<p>Simple as it is, this is a satisfying dish to eat even with only a very limited amount of accompaniments, such as some chopped pickles, or just a tablespoon or two of soy sauce.<p>Serves 2-3, with at least one other dish<b><br>onion</b> 1 medium-sized<b><br>eggs</b> 2<b><br>salt</b> 1 tsp<b><br>spring onions</b></b> …

Food & Dining

Free, must-have Google Chrome extensions | ZDNet

Get more done with free privacy and productivity extensions for Google Chrome<p>Google Chrome is more than just a web browser. It's a platform for …

How to distill your long-form text into a killer infographic

It was like using a big funnel, or maybe a pasta maker that turned a huge amount of dough into fun shapes.<p>A while back, I wrote an e-book for …

Infographics

The Difference Between Debating and Discussing

It’s confession time. I need to share something with you. I’ve watched almost every presidential primary debate. I know, I have a problem – and yes, …

Republican Primaries

iPhoneography? Yeah, It’s a Thing. And It’s Magical.

It’s National Fairy Tale Day (yes, that’s a thing). You may not have ever heard of this obscure holiday, but it’s a great excuse to delve a bit …

ISLANDS Magazine’s Senior Staff Photographer On How to Take a Killer Landscape Photo

<i>By Spot, your guide to the best places in the world *for you* according to the friends and experts you trust.</i><p>It could be (and has been) said that …

Six Steps for Success with Online Communities

<i>By Laura Petrolino</i><p>I’d guess at least once a day I compliment someone on their awesome glutes (aka gluteus maximus; aka booty, booty, booty rocking …

Online

It's Annual Bauer 'Top 100 Restaurants' Day

Day in and day out, rock star Chron critic <b>Michael Bauer</b> dines out around 21 times a week, braving the high-sodium, high-fat diet that comes with eating at restaurants all for one thing: you. And your reward for that hard work is weekly blandly-written reviews, plus the annual drop of his <b>Top 100</b> …

Best food stops on I-5 between the Bay Area and Los Angeles

Wolfsen's Meat and Sausage<p>Casa de Fruta<p>Andersen's Pea Soup<p>Eddie's Famous Cafe<p>Wool Growers<p>Harris Ranch<p>Bravo Farms<p>Titas Pupuseria<p>Willow Ranch<p>Farmer’s Daughter<p>The Red Dot<p>La Sierra Mexican Restaurant<p>Casa de Pizza<p>Anyone who has ever driven California's Interstate 5 knows the numbing effect of boredom as …

Los Angeles

Selly

<b>Selly</b> is an AI personal assistant that is built to help you manage daily activities and helps you stay focused on important tasks. Selly does a bunch …

You Have Been Doing Content Research Wrong… Now Do It Right!

Alright, so the title of this post might be a little clickbaity for my tastes. But I stand behind the statement: you are probably researching your …

Google Drive

5 Things To Follow For Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary

Saturday marks 400 years since the death of British playwright William Shakespeare. Shakespeare is widely regarded as one the greatest writers in the English language, and his works have long been studied and performed by millions across the globe.<p>Famous both in his own lifetime and long after, …

William Shakespeare

ASPIREist Episode #4: Birthright Denied & Crisis in Sudan

What makes an American? Thanks to the Constitution, we’ve got one answer in writing: anyone born in America is an American citizen. The state of Texas, however, has a different definition when it comes to the rights of kids born to undocumented immigrants, a stance that puts them at odds with …

Google Glass

‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ in Manila: Just the One-Liners

Jingle bells and santa displays on the streets of <b>Manila</b> kick off the season seven premiere of CNN's award-winning travelogue <i>Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown</i>. As a viewer, it's a slightly unexpected opening to an episode airing in April — a safe distance from both the end and the beginning of the …

One-Pot Meals

A single dish is all you need for our collection of one-pot meals that are far from one-note.<p>1 of 82<p>Pork Chops with Balsamic Roasted Vegetables and …

Cooking

Roast Half Chicken with Cashew Tarator and Celery

2 Servings<p>Chefs do crazy things with nuts. In this otherwise straightforward chicken dish, cashews are transformed into a creamy sauce, and candied spiced walnuts are used as a crunchy topper.<p>May 2016Print<p>Ingredients<p>Spicy Walnuts<p>2 tablespoons unsalted butter<p>½ teaspoon kosher salt<p>¼ teaspoon cayenne …

Cashews

10 Sushi Burgers That Are a Foodie’s Dream Come True

Be honest — sushi night is usually the highlight of your week. Although it’s really easy to roll your own sushi, it’s even easier to turn your favorite sushi ingredients into a burger. Sure, there are plenty of summer burger recipes you could throw on the grill for dinner, but none of them will …

The Head-Turning Stabilizers of Came-TV, Including a 15' Crane That Looks Like an Accordion

"What — is <i>this</i>?"<p>Those are the words that came out of our very own Ryan Koo's mouth when checking out what Came-TV had on display at their NAB booth. …

Cinematography

Lifting the veil on the mysteries of Iran

The old man paused for breath beneath a walnut tree. A part-time philosopher, he was called Rahmatollah (meaning "Offer of the Gods"). He had wobbly knees and clutched a walking stick. His mind, however, showed no sign of slowing down.<p>Read a review of this Iran tour<br>• See also 10 foodie ways to see …