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Newspaper Readers Forced To Experience Censorship In Altered Comments Section
Newspaper Readers Forced To Experience Censorship In Altered Comments Section

Readers who attempted to comment on a controversial article found their comments censored

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Art Takes Over Ads In Philadelphia
Art Takes Over Ads In Philadelphia

Subversive art placement revolts against corporate control of public spaces

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Dating Service Wants To Make Sure You Never Have Another “Missed Connection”
Dating Service Wants To Make Sure You Never Have Another “Missed Connection”

Happn's new feature lets users expand their potential pool of dates

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[Insight] New York Times and Associated Press agree that ‘internet’ is too ubiquitous to capitalize
Send Photos From Your Phone As Postcards In The Mail
Send Photos From Your Phone As Postcards In The Mail

The Royal Mail app allows users to send snapshots as physical postcards for small fee

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World’s First Mechanical 3D Printer Is Powered By Gravity
World’s First Mechanical 3D Printer Is Powered By Gravity

Analog 3D Printer is half machine, half kinetic sculpture

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This Speaker Recreates The Sound Of A Vintage Vinyl Record
This Speaker Recreates The Sound Of A Vintage Vinyl Record

Alter your music with a speaker designed to make digital tunes sound retro

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This Disappearing Tattoo Ink Is Gone After A Year
This Disappearing Tattoo Ink Is Gone After A Year

Afraid of commitment? A special kind of ink can be easily removed from the skin

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[Stat] Musicians are still making more money from vinyl than YouTube, says British Phonographic Industry
Giorgia Lupi: Bringing A Human Touch To Data [PSFK 2016]
Giorgia Lupi: Bringing A Human Touch To Data [PSFK 2016]

Dear Data designer challenges audience to tell personal stories through data

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Products Designed For A Future We’d Like To (Or Hope Never To) See
Products Designed For A Future We’d Like To (Or Hope Never To) See

Students generate product ideas for a hypothetical future exploring everything from fidgeting to suicide

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