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Goldsmiths, home to one of the UK's best known art and design schools, has declared a climate emergency and pledged to become carbon neutral by 2025.

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The Next Web

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Scientists from the University of California, San Diego, have created a new robotic soft contact lens that lets you zoom by blinking twice. The lens can be controlled by your eye movements.  Eye movements like blinking carry change potential to signal. Shengqiang Cai, the lead researcher, told the New Scientist that the eye has an electro-oculographic potential, even …

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One of the world’s biggest photo editors, GIMP, suffers from an image problem (pun absolutely intended).

It’s an undeniably sophisticated piece of software, and since 1995 has served millions as a free alternative to Adobe’s photoshop. But many also wince at its unfortunate name.

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Wired

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While a major auto plant can stamp out thousands of cars a day, Bentley makes just a few dozen, with a heavy dose of TLC.

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Design Boom

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polish architect hubert roguski takes a modern approach to atlas work, creating a range of 3D city maps using sheets of laser-cut plywood.

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Mashable Magazine

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Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has set sail from Britain to New York City aboard the Malizia II, a technologically-advanced racing sailboat.

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It's Nice That

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The advert literally laughs in the face of complainants that said the rapper was “too black”, among many comments made against the broadcaster’s presenters and actors, which range from ridiculous to abusive.

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galleria continua, les moulins brings together twenty-four diverse artists around the broad and often controversial theme of 'power'.

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SHoP Architects and Ken Smith Workshop turn land along the East River into an outdoor space with gardens, a faceted metal screen and a habitat for mussels.

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Last week, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released its newest tiny computer, the $35 Raspberry Pi 4, with a promise that it could be a fully functional desktop. While that claim is sort of true, you’ll need a few things to make it work as one.

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A decommissioned black cab and curb-side art gallery are among the mini parks designed by the London-based architects and designers as part of this year's London Festival of Architecture.

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Lifehacker

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At some point, we got into the habit of exclusively binge-watching shows at our house. While we do keep up with a handful of series as they’re airing, for the most part, we end up picking a show that has four or five seasons already available and then watching a few episodes each night until we’re done.

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