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New swarm display could replace fireworks – if it exploded

MIT’s Flyfire promises a lot of things. 3d digital displays. Ads that can stalk you in a dark alley. The most awesome UFO hoaxes ever. But will it replace fireworks? NEVER.
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%*#!ing mixed feelings on profanity

Crap%*#!er. Just think about that word. Its hilarious! Come on.
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A napping UX win

There's really only one thing to blog about on a cold, stormy day, waiting for the dryer to finish so you can curl up in some warm pajamas with a hot chocolate and finish reading Diamond Age: a cozy, space-age sleeping cocoon.
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Designers, ask yourself: “What would bacteria do?”

Two geeks, after nine hours in the air, one missed connecting flight home, and two Coronas, stuck in Calgary. Someone, inevitably, brings up programmable nanotech.
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Decoding digital art – and the nature of art itself – at the V+A

Thoughts on the digital art exhibit at V&A from Thea, Gary, and Richard Franke of EA Criterion.
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What casual gaming can teach us about educating underprivileged women

Getting women to school has been the challenge that organizations like The Girl Effect have been contemplating for years. But maybe the answer isn't school at all.
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Mag+ makes magazines sexy again. (In the future.)

I'd be happy to see them all burn and go on with my RSS feeds and my carpal tunnel. But then along comes Mag+.
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