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Easy Color Palette Tips

Visual art contains six elements: line, shape, color, texture, value, and mass.

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Momentus Big Bang Findings Questioned

sciencehabit writes "The biggest discovery in cosmology in a decade could turn out to be an experimental artifact, according to a report by a physics blogger.

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Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker

The first time I blogged about the Mason Jar Cocktail Shaker it was a Kickstarter. Now, I see it fore sale in neighborhood stores and it makes me smile. Total hipster shaker, I know…

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Book on Book

“Book on Book” is an acrylic transparent page holder that keeps a book open.

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Dinner Conversation With My 8 year Old

Me: “What do you think I do at work all day?” Ella (8): “Sit at your computer and laugh!” Dead on. The fact, that Ella knows my job makes me happy, is the *best thing ever*.

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A few months ago, when Catherine Hoke, founder of Defy Ventures, spoke at CreativeMornings, she asked: “What if you were only known for the worst thing you’ve ever done in your life?” I remember

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Pseudo Papercut Illustrations of Eiko Ojala

What is more awesome than a series of papercut illustrations that are paper-free?

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Overcoming social media fear

The reason many corporate social media feeds are boring is because of fear. Fear of making a mistake. But, it doesn't need to be that way.

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At Work With: Danny Sturgess, Stipla

Danny Sturgess is a London-based digital designer and part of the team behind independent iPad magazine Stipla, the first edition of which was published late last year.

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Why Scientists Are Still Using FORTRAN in 2014

New submitter InfoJunkie777 (1435969) writes "When you go to any place where 'cutting edge' scientific research is going on, strangely the computer language of choice is FORTRAN, the first computer la

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Magazine of the Week: Boat #7

Boat has long been a favourite project here at magCulture, for its ambition in setting out a brave new nomadic idea of magazine publishing.

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Bonnie Siegler: Dear Bonnie: Taunted in Tehran

This week Dear Bonnie answer Taunted in Tehran about proper credits when you've collaborated with a group, but one person runs off with the idea.

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Doodle In The Air With The World’s Smallest 3D Printing Pen

Sketching without paper.

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Link Pack

We Are The World is my personal antidote to get Frozen songs out of my head! Fellow parents, what is yours? - A System For Email Productivity, by George Kao - Get Back To Work!

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How the First Quarter of 2014 Shaped up the Web Trends

So, it is May, and in the last 4 months, we have already seen a few …

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The Greatest 'Amateur' Astronomer You've Probably Never Heard Of

StartsWithABang (3485481) writes "From a true dark-sky site, the kind that was available to all of humanity for the first 200,000 years or so of our species' existence, the human eye can discern tens

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Most of What We Need For Smart Cities Already Exists

An anonymous reader writes "Looking to a day when modern infrastructure is network addressable, Glen Martin considers that, lacking only requisite content and relatively simple augmentation, most of w

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Lessig Launches a Super PAC To End All Super PACs

An anonymous reader writes "Lawrence Lessig has announced plans to kickstart a SuperPAC big enough to make it possible to win a Congress committed to fundamental reform by 2016.

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Awesome Pictogram Poster Design of Famous Bands

Whether you are a graphic designer or not if you are a true fan of rock …

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Awesome Playing Cards for Web Developers

Varianto:25, has rolled out a deck of awesome playing cards specifically tailored for web geeks …