Kutluhan Aykut

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Man Buys House with Unused and Perfectly-Preserved 1950s Kitchen

Talk about a blast from the past! In 2010, furniture designer Nathan Chandler purchased an American home built in the mid 1950s. It was never occupied and the kitchen appliances were kept in mint condition. In fact, they were never used – the original manuals were still taped to them. This unique …

Opera'nın eski CEO'sundan teknoloji tutkunlarına yeni web tarayıcısı: Vivaldi

<b>Opera</b>‘nın kurucusu ve eski CEO’su <b>Jon Von Tetzchner</b>, kalabalık bir ekiple birlikte geliştirdiği yeni <b>web tarayıcısını</b> bugün duyurdu. <b>Vivaldi</b> adı verilen …

Macro Photos That Focus In on the Beautiful Details of Ordinary Things

Can you tell what the translucent object is in the photograph above? It’s a single grain of sugar captured in a macro photograph by artist Pyanek, …

Photography

Artist Spent a Year in the Woods Creating Mysterious Sculptures

Deep in the woods of southern France, artist Spencer Byles transformed the forest into a mysterious wonderland through a series of spectacular, organic sculptures. Byles spent a year immersed in the woodlands of La Colle sur Loup, Villeneuve-Loubet, and Mougins for this ambitious project. …

Art

Why can’t the world’s greatest minds solve the mystery of consciousness?

One spring morning in Tucson, Arizona, in 1994, an unknown philosopher named David Chalmers got up to give a talk on consciousness, by which he meant the feeling of being inside your head, looking out – or, to use the kind of language that might give a neuroscientist an aneurysm, of having a soul. …

Consciousness

The Power of Apologizing: Why Saying “Sorry” Is So Important

<b>“Sincere apologies are for those that make them, not for those to whom they are made.” ~Greg LeMond</b><p>When I was growing up, every time I took my …

Positive Thinking

He Asked 1500+ Elders For Advice On Living And Loving. Here's What They Told Him.

Karl Pillemer has spent the last several years systematically interviewing hundreds of older Americans to collect their lessons for living.<p>Pillemer admits he's an advice junkie. He's also a Ph.D. gerontologist at Cornell University.<p>Some years ago, after turning 50, he wondered whether there is …

The 10 Most Unexpected Ways to Be Happy, Backed By Science

1. Embrace opposing feelings, at the same time<p>Cheerful + Downcast = Happy<p><b>Acknowledging the complexity of life</b> may be an especially fruitful path to …

Artist Boxes Lightning and Black Holes in Elegant Glass Displays

Photographer Raffaello De Vito captures the fleeting beauty of natural phenomena.<p>Photographer Raffaello De Vito captures fleeting natural phenomenon—floating clouds, unhinged lightning bolts, bubbles, and levitating feathers—containing them in glass boxes. The series, called <i>Atmosfere</i>, is "an …

Machinarium Review

Saving the world, one click at a time.<p>Disassembled and laid out for examination, Machinarium is a game of grand themes. Its narrative quietly boasts …

Samorost 2 Review

Ever since its release two years ago, Samorost has become a cult classic amongst adventure gamers. The original free online Flash game has been …

Indie Spotlight - Samorost 1

Samorost 1 is a point and click adventure puzzle that, although a short game, keeps you playing over and over again. The team at Amanita Design has created a beautiful world where you play as a small white Martian disturbed by an oncoming planet. You must fly over to the oncoming planet and divert …