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1. Ron Arad In Reverse<p>Israel's talented designer Ron Arad recently opened a new exhibit at the Design Museum Holon (which he also designed in 2010) called "In Reverse." Inspired by his love for metal, the series explores the physical characteristics of automobiles—primarily Fiats—put under …

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The Old Woman; Macbeth; Bank on It – review

Manchester international festival has always been theatrically lively. This year's programme looks the strongest yet. It opens with a celebration, …

100 Of The Greatest Opening Sentences In The History Of Literature

Whilst the cover or even title of a book might initially gain your attention, in truth it’s the opening sentence that has the power to inspire, …

This Pillow Glows When Your Long-Distance Partner Goes To Bed

Romance is complicated just by itself, and when you add distance to the equation things rarely get easier.<p>This is where Pillow Talk comes in.<p>Pillow Talk is an Internet-enabled pair of pillows that talk to each other anywhere in the world. When your long-distance paramour is sleeping, your pillow …

Too Much to Resist: Design and Bikes at the Portland Art Museum

The Cyclepedia Exhibition Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue Portland, OR 97209 Through September 8, 2013<p>Austrian collector Michael Embacher's …

Double Exposure Portraits

The Bulgarian photographer Aneta Ivanova suggests a delicate softness in its clichés using the technique of double exposure. Female bodies and …

What Happens In Your Brain When You Try To Do Impressions

Sympathies to the researcher who had to listen to amateur impressions all day.<p>Scientists have identified what happens in our brain when we mimic a foreign accent or impersonate another person, according to a recent study from the <i>Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience</i>.<p>The researchers, led by psychologist …

A microphone that listens with light

A sensor developed in Norway gives microphones hyper-acute hearing and a sense of direction.<p>A sensor developed by scientists at SINTEF’s MiNaLab will …

How Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson, and other business chiefs hold ruthlessly effective meetings

Why does Jeff Bezos keep a chair empty in the boardroom? Where does Richard Branson hold his meetings? And who’s always late for appointments?<p>Here are some of Quartz’s favorite tips for holding meetings from the some of the world’s top business leaders:<p>Throw out the least necessary person in the …

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About - Zilla online magazine

<b>Who we are</b><br>Zilla is an online magazine dedicated to design, trends and inspiration. Its mission is to fuel your creativity and inspire you on a daily …

7-Eleven stores raided in human smuggling probe

NEW YORK (AP) — Nine owners and managers of 7-Eleven stores across Long Island and in Virginia were charged on Monday in a scheme to exploit immigrants from Pakistan and the Philippines, in part by paying them using the stolen Social Security numbers of a child and three dead people.<p>Most of the …

The Week In Numbers: Saturn's Moon Hides An Ocean, New Human Body Part Discovered, And More

<b>700 miles</b>: the diameter of Dione, an icy moon of Saturn that may be home to a subterranean ocean—and "astrobiological potential"<p><b>13 million light-years</b>: the distance from Earth to this perplexing black hole, which appears to have recently gone quiet at the center of the Sculptor galaxy<p><b>1975</b>: the year …

Week in Photos: June 15, 2013

Lens<p>From Iran’s election to golf’s U.S. Open and tear gas in Istanbul, see the week’s most striking images.<p>06.15.13 4:45 AM ET<p>Biswaranjan Rout/AP

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Weedy Sea Dragon

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Surfer Silhouette


Aurora Borealis, Svalbard

Ghadames, Libya

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APOD: Delphinid Meteor Mystery (2013 Jun 15) Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution) Explanation: Over a five hour period last Tuesday morning, exposures captured this tantalizing view of meteor streaks and the Milky Way in dark skies above Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. During that time, astronomers had hoped to see an outburst from the gamma Delphinid meteor shower as Earth swept through the dust trail left by an unknown comet. Named for the shower's radiant point in the constellation Delphinus, a brief but strong outburst was reported in bright, moonlit skies on June 10, 1930. While no strong Delphinid meteor activity was reported since, an outburst was tentatively predicted to occur again in 2013. But even though Tuesday's skies were dark, the overall rate of meteors in this field is low, and only the three lower meteor streaks seem to point back to the shower's estimated radiant. Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD