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Come back in 1000 years

Jonathan Keats is taking 1000 years to take a photo. The artist has set up a camera in Tempe, Arizona that is going to be snapping until 3015, meaning he will n...
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Unclutter Your Spaces

This article is written by Leo Babauta It’s a fact of life that without constant vigilance, clutter creeps up in our lives, accumulating into piles and clo...
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Actually Forget Your Keys

You probably don't need your keys anymore. Sesame is a new smartlock that can fit onto just about any latch on any door, it literally just sits over the top of ...
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Solar Rollin’

The advantages of solar power are obvious, but so are the disadvantages - the panels are often large, cumbersome and immobile. The Rollable Solar panel deisgned...
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Post-It Innovation

Do people still use pen and paper? As far as I am concerned, yes. This may be the biggest thing to happen to paper since the Post-It. They stick to any su...
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Endlessly Straight Lines

How do you draw an endless line, perfectly straight? Picking up and realigning the ruler in 30cm blocks is tireless, unreliable and inefficient. You need a Roll...
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Literally Ballin’

Kobe Bryant earsn US$23,500,000 a year and that is solely from his contract with the Lakers, not including the many millions more he would accumulalte via spons...
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A new light for Nigera?

Nigeria isn't exactly the first place you think of when it comes to sustainable energy, but Africa may come to mind when you think of sunlight. The West Afri...
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A nifty little charge

  Our reliance on smartphones is now a bona fide fact, we can't do much without them and they can't do much without battery life. Most smartphones go O...
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The Aquaman Crystal

Article by Matt Essert, News.Mic A group of scientists at the University of Southern Denmark have developed what they're calling a "crystalline materials that ...