Wired

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Conventional wisdom holds that science fiction was written almost exclusively by men until the advent of feminism in the 1960s and ’70s. But when Lisa Yaszek, who teaches science fiction studies at Georgia Tech, went digging through old magazines, she discovered a very different story.
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Mashable Magazine

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Imagine someone demonstrating a jet plane 15 years before Kitty Hawk. Imagine someone demonstrating a smartphone 15 years before the first cellular networks were even launched. Imagine someone demonstrating a controlled nuclear chain reaction 15 years before Einstein formulated e=mc2.
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Design Boom

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studio velocity embarked on the design of the kowa apartments with the aim of rebuilding a housing complex in mihama, a seaside town on the southern tip of a peninsula in japan’s aichi prefecture. as the site’s pre-existing, 1950s-era apartment building was facing such issues as structural failure and decline in occupation, the studio resolved to replace the unusable structure with an open, friendly complex of spaces for multi-generational families. while the number of apartments was reduced in the new plan, an ambiguous boundary between public and private spaces promotes engagement between neighbors. 
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Roman Tolici is well known throughout the local and international art scene for almost 20 years now. He is part of the famous 2000s generation of painters but he stands out from the rest of his colleagues due to his easy-going style and an accessible registry of images. Seeing as contemporary art is

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The organisation has released an animated film, created by Mother London, which is narrated by Emma Thompson and tells the story of a baby orangutan called Rang-tan. Other celebrities including Stephen Fry, Bryan Adams, Alesha Dixon, Andy Serkis, Geri Horner and Sharon Osbourne are backing the campaign on social media.
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Mashable Magazine

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'Chewing Gum', a Netflix comedy series from creator, writer, and actress Michaela Coel, is an underrated gem and must watch TV for millennials.

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Facebook is making a new page called Memories, an expansion of On This Day, a pointless feature in which Facebook spits out your own most popular posts and calls it nostalgia. Now it proposes to throw even more of your own memories to you.
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Cling to your outdated style for long enough, and eventually it’ll make a comeback. The 80s are reappearing in our bell sleeves, and the UX stylings of that most maligned website—Craigslist—are now en vogue. Where designers were once poking fun of the classified site for its uber-basic design that never evolved, now they’re repurposing its aesthetics in sites as big as Bloomberg and Balenciaga.
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Istanbul-based studio SO? Architecture & Ideas has completed a tiny off-grid cabin perfect for reconnecting with the outdoors. Located in a village on the Turkish-Greek border, the Cabin on the Border is a prefabricated and transportable unit constructed of laminated wood and polycarbonate. As a modern take on the traditional cabin vernacular, this tiny, sustainably minded structure is equipped with solar panels and a rainwater catchment system as well as an adaptable interior design.
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Bots have become a great scourge of the internet. Recently, they've flooded government comment systems with fake activism, distorted the national discourse on guns, and launched malicious attacks against the Justice Department. And a new study suggests they're behind the majority of links shared on Twitter, too.
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Down on the South Coast of England ‘The Great British Porridge company’, headed by Mother and Son duo Jacqueline and Olie Barleycorn, make their beautiful instant porridge from 100% natural ingredients. Studio Epitaph were commissioned to bring their high quality porridge to life. We created a new brand, packaging and website that lived up to their tasty porridge.

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Austrian-based company Kvell is proving that the old adage “good things come in small packages” is true. It’s waterdrop™ “microdrink,” a 5-g cube of compressed powder that adds natural aromas, vitamins, and superfood extracts to a plain glass of water, is full of goodness, using the best and healthiest ingredients from around the world. Its packaging is equally as good, with aesthetics, ease of use, and sustainability at the center of its design.
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Design Week

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A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum shows the graphics and prints of female designers who have been “criminally neglected”, curator David Bownes tells us. Now, contributors tell us about the women from design history who have not received the recognition they deserve.
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Mashable Magazine

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When a person becomes suicidal, they don't necessarily rush to tell friends, family, or even their doctor. They might feel ashamed of their thoughts and emotions, and wish instead for them to simply disappear. 
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Campaign Live

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Once completed the deal will result in a joint venture between both companies in Shanghai and the rest of China, called Mother Shanghai. The partnership will extend to the Singapore market, where TSLA will retain its name.   
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Rapid prototyping is a core human-centered design skill. Design that Matters uses prototypes to better communicate with stakeholders across languages and cultures, quickly testing assumptions to efficiently converge on a final solution. This essay includes six examples of insights we gained using prototypes and how we taught these methods to our social enterprise partner, MTTS.

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