Wired

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If you’re grasping for the deeper meaning of an essay or article, consider the possibility that it may not be in the words themselves, but hidden in the shape of the letters. It really could be the case, now that researchers from Columbia University have developed a method called FontCode, which plants data in text through tiny changes in how the letters are shaped.
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Dezeen

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Benjamin Hubert’s design studio Layer has launched a new furniture collection for Moroso, which introduces a new way of bonding upholstery textiles together.

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Design Boom

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china‘s economic transition period, along with the everyday changing information and technology, results in rapid expansion of urbanization. people float up and away in the unshaped cities, following the monotonous day-to-day routine. all together tends to regularize, synchronize, even benumb the ways they think, live and feel. with the spirituality which are now imprisoned under the suits and ties, people are desperate to search for a way out that allows them to let their guards down, return to ego truly and experiencing freewheeling social activities in places such as teahouses and coffee shops.
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