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Being the world’s busiest site, Facebook holds an almost limitless number of people. It starts with a simple post, like, comment and has grown to have powerful tools that can...

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Meet The Guy Who’s Planting Phony Signs And Products In Public—And Making Our Everyday Lives Funnier

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015

Nothing is real. Every day the Internet is saturated anew with hoaxes , pranks , and other crimes against humanity perpetrated by Jimmy Kimmel, or an imitation of same. While most...

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Meet The Guy Who’s Planting Phony Signs And Products In Public—And Making Our Everyday Lives Funnier

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015

Nothing is real. Every day the Internet is saturated anew with hoaxes , pranks , and other crimes against humanity perpetrated by Jimmy Kimmel, or an imitation of same. While most...

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Meet The Guy Who’s Planting Phony Signs And Products In Public—And Making Our Everyday Lives Funnier

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015

Nothing is real. Every day the Internet is saturated anew with hoaxes , pranks , and other crimes against humanity perpetrated by Jimmy Kimmel, or an imitation of same. While most...

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Meet The Guy Who’s Planting Phony Signs And Products In Public—And Making Our Everyday Lives Funnier

Meet The Guy Who’s Planting Phony Signs And Products In Public—And Making Our Everyday Lives Funnier

Apr 18, 2015

Nothing is real. Every day the Internet is saturated anew with hoaxes , pranks , and other crimes against humanity perpetrated by Jimmy Kimmel, or an imitation of same. While most fakery on the public stage feels like invasive performance art, though, some bits of unreality exist just to […] Click here to view original web page at...

Vincent Laforet’s Aerial Shots Of Trains Look Like Abstract Art

Vincent Laforet’s Aerial Shots Of Trains Look Like Abstract Art

Apr 18, 2015

When General Electric debuted a new lower-emissions locomotive, the company commissioned Pulitzer Prize-winning aerial photographer Vincent Laforet to take some glamour shots. Taken from a helicopter hovering in tandem with the moving Tier 4 train just before sunrise in the plains of Pueblo, Colorado, the photographs resemble abstract expressionist...

The Open Publishing Revolution, Now Behind A Billion-Dollar Paywall

The Open Publishing Revolution, Now Behind A Billion-Dollar Paywall

Apr 18, 2015

In 2013, when Victor Henning announced that his startup Mendeley would be acquired by one of the world’s biggest media companies, he knew there would be blowback. He just couldn’t have anticipated how bad it would get. "Seeing that some of our most vocal advocates thought we had sold […] Click here to view original web page at...

The “Greenest Schools On Earth” Do More Than Put Solar Panels On The Roof

The “Greenest Schools On Earth” Do More Than Put Solar Panels On The Roof

Apr 17, 2015

To be the "Greenest School on Earth" in the eyes of the U.S. Green Building Council, it takes more than a few solar panels on the roof. The greenest schools have an "all-school approach," says Rachel Gutter, director of the group’s Center for Green Schools. This year the council […] Click here to view original web page at...

The Future Of Museums Is Reaching Way Beyond Their Walls

The Future Of Museums Is Reaching Way Beyond Their Walls

Apr 17, 2015

The American Museum of Natural History has always been one of the most popular destinations in New York City. With about 5 million visitors a year, an increase from 3 million in the 1990s, it—along with the nearby Metropolitan Museum of Art—is among the top 10 most-visited museums in […] Click here to view original web page at...

The Last Oil Filter You’ll Ever Have To Buy

The Last Oil Filter You’ll Ever Have To Buy

Apr 17, 2015

Strapped to the bottom of your car like a colostomy bag full of dinosaur goo, oil filters are disgusting. Worse? They’re biohazards. Because they’re disposable, Americans go through Americans throw out more than 400 million oil filters every year , each still containing between 4 and 8 ounces of […] Click here to view original web page at...

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