Nicholas Medina

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Did Polaroid Screw Up The Real-Life Instagram Camera?

Polaroid copies Instagram copying Polaroid, poorly.<p>Polaroid’s story over the past decade or so has been an ironic one, to say the least. Buffeted on all sides by cheap digital cameras and smartphones, the instant camera maker opted to stop production of its iconic analog camera and instant film …

Cannabis Cuisine Takes Colorado with Gourmet Munchies, THC Soda, Food–Pot Pairings

With marijuana now legal in Colorado, the cannabis-cuisine industry is creating gourmet munchies, THC-spiked sodas, and food-pot pairings

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How do you fancy this? Christmas dinner in a tin. For gamers who are too busy for turkey and trimmings, apparently. More here http://fw.to/AmjZZ8R

Invisible women: can you spot the mothers in these photographs?

With exposure times of half a minute, Victorian mothers wanting a portrait of their children had to disguise themselves as chairs, couches and curtains to hold them still. The results, captured in Linda Fregni Nagler's book The Hidden Mother, are both touching and unsettling<p>Creepy vintage Halloween …

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Business Casual<p>Make going back to work less of a drag with a style refresh.<p>15 Photos2 days agoView More<p>Drinking<p>You can order one almost anywhere, or …

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The 10 Tiniest Rooms We've Ever Seen

Stylish and efficient spaces.<p>From a 48-square-foot kitchen to a tiny and cozy reading nook, we've rounded up beautiful small spaces that don't spare style or efficiency. Take a look a these amazing designs.

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Work Comfortably From Your Couch With The Always On Lappy Laptop Pillow

Sometimes, I’m too lazy to work from my home office and prefer to sit on the couch to write while watching TV or a movie. For these lazy times, I’m …

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 Is Big But Smaller Than It Looks

Smartphones are getting bigger as screen sizes expand and as customers begin using their phones for more purposes. And the Galaxy Grand 2 seems to …

The Affordable Moto G Ships December 2 for $179, Preorders Start Today

Well, look at that. The Moto G, which was announced a few weeks ago, and largely targeted at those with perhaps not the most padded of bank accounts, …

Power Up Paper Airplane Motor Makes Your Paper Airplane Flight-Ready

At some point in our idle time, we’ve all made, and thrown, a paper airplane. Perhaps we’ve experimented with the aerodynamics to try and get it to …

10 High Quality Gifts for $50 or Less That Will Be Appreciated Many Times Over (list)

Holiday shopping is upon us and that means three words we all generally loathe: spend, spend, spend. Ok, so it’s inevitable that you’ll be dropping …

Kinematics: Complex, Foldable 3D Prints by Nervous System

Nervous System has been blazing trails in the 3D printing arena for years and they’ve just released Kinematics, a new jewelry collection with an …

“100mph Bike”

<b>May 09.13 – “100mph bike”</b><p>The 100mph bike, speed bike or any one of the working titles that has been used for this project by the people involved. Its …

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NASA's Tips For Interpreting Satellite Images

Example tip: Farmed vegetation often looks brighter green than natural vegetation<p>Here at <i>Popular Science</i>, we love satellite images. They offer cool views of Earthly phenomena such as plankton blooms and erupting volcanoes. They give important perspective on the impact of natural disasters such as …

APOD: Comet Hale-Bopp Over Indian Cove (2013 Nov 24) Image Credit & Copyright: Wally Pacholka (Astropics, TWAN) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap131124.html Explanation: Comet Hale-Bopp, the Great Comet of 1997, was quite a sight. In the above photograph taken on 1997 April 6, Comet Hale-Bopp was imaged from the Indian Cove Campground in the Joshua Tree National Park in California, USA. A flashlight was used to momentarily illuminate foreground rocks in this six minute exposure. An impressive blue ion tail was visible above a sunlight-reflecting white dust tail. Comet Hale-Bopp remained visible to the unaided eye for over a year before returning to the outer Solar System and fading. As Comet ISON approaches the Sun this week, sky enthusiasts around the Earth are waiting to see if its tails will become even more spectacular than those displayed by Comet Hale-Bopp. http://www.astropics.com/ http://twanight.org/Pacholka Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=131124 #APOD