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Tonight's Full Moon Will Be An Oddly Shrunken 'Micromoon'
Offbeat  (tags: bizarre, design, humans, interesting, odd, off-beat, unusual )

Caree
- 21 minutes ago - msn.com
Tonight is the full "Worm Moon," but it might not be that impressive. Due to an alignment of phase and distance, the lunar orb could look weirdly shrunken, like a gray, moldy apple forgotten on the counter. That's because the moon is baring it all at its
Will the Micro-Cycle Become the Ultimate Urban Vehicle?
Science & Tech  (tags: new technology, micro-cycle, environment, design )

Angela
- 10 days ago - ba-bamail.com
It's a sleek and sporty machine that, most importantly, stays upright and drives with ease. This electricity powered motorcycle has a range of about 30 miles and can hit a top speed of 25mph. Powered by LiFePo4 batteries, the motorcycle is expected to cos
Better Homes and Gardens - Gardening: Pooktre Walkaround   video
Offbeat  (tags: pooktre, tree shaping, art, design, off-beat, interesting, unusual, Living infrastructure, Peter Cook, Becky Northey )

Evelyn
- 25 days ago - youtu.be
Pooktre: the art of shaping a tree as it grows. Peter and Becky of Australia have invented and mastered this art. It involves the gradual shaping of a tree along a predetermined design as it grows
Maxwell Test Chamber
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, study, scientists, science, research, interesting, humans, environment, design, Maxwell Test Chamber, cavernous, noise-absorbing, ESA )

Darren
- 28 days ago - esa.int
Technology image of the week: The cavernous, noise-absorbing interior of ESA's Maxwell chamber
Death Valley Mystery Solved But Still An Eerie Spot
Offbeat  (tags: bizarre, design, environment, humans, interesting, odd, off-beat, unusual, world )

Caree
- 30 days ago - msn.com
Death Valley This backcountry outpost is where breadbox-sized rocks mysteriously make tracks across a pale, flat, dry lake bed, evoking thoughts of moon landings and Bonneville time trials. Photographers and conspiracy theorists love the place, especially
Derby the Dog: Running on 3D Printed Prosthetics   video
Offbeat  (tags: DOG, prosthetics, running, Derby the dog, animals, culture, design, dogs, humans, pets, safety, society, technology )

Lone
- 30 days ago - youtube.com
See how unique, custom 3D printed prosthetics allow Derby the dog to run for the first time.
When It Rains in Seattle, You Might See a Hidden Sidewalk Message - If You're Paying Attention
Offbeat  (tags: art, design, funny, humans, humor, interesting, off-beat, unusual )

Kathy
- 40 days ago - quirksee.org
Next time you're walking on a Seattle sidewalk on a rainy day, look down. You just might see a message reveal itself. At least that's the intention of Peregrine Church, the 21-year-old magician who has created the unusual art. His stenciled messages
Microsoft Unveils Windows 10 - (Video)
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, microsoft, Microsoft Windows 10, technology, internet, performance, society, concept, design, business )

Angelika
- 40 days ago - money.cnn.com
Microsoft has lifted the curtain much higher on Windows 10, showing off a whole slew of new features that will be coming to PCs and phones later this year. Microsoft Windows 10 in 90 seconds - watch video.
Canadian Passports Look Amazing Under Black Light
Offbeat  (tags: passport, canadian, security features, electronic chip, airport, culture, design, humans, photos, pictures, protection, society, unusual, world )

Lone
- 42 days ago - theweathernetwork.com
The 'new' passport -- which was made available on July 1, 2013 -- hosts a number of security features, including an electronic chip that helps airport officials validate its authenticity.
Blind Dogs Get Their Confidence With Eye-Catching Halo
Science & Tech  (tags: blind, dogs, halo, safety, confidence, design, concept, animals )

Angela
- 44 days ago - msn.com
Worried that her dogs are going blind, Bordeaux created Muffin's Halo Guide for Blind Dogs, a device that encircles a dog's head and prevents them from running into walls and furniture.
At 90, She's Designing Tech For Aging Boomers (TEXT and AUDIO)
Science & Tech  (tags: Humans, IDEO, tech designer, Barbara Beskind, Baby Boomers, technology, design, concept, society, news )

Carrie
- 45 days ago - npr.org
In Silicon Valley's youth-obsessed culture, 40-year-olds get plastic surgery to fit in. But IDEO, the firm that famously developed the first mouse for Apple, has a 90-year-old designer on staff. Barbara Beskind says her age is an advantage.
Innovative Product Cuts Plastic Pollution From Single-Use Water Bottles
Green Lifestyle  (tags: interesting, greenproducts, greenliving, green, design, coolstuff, recycling, sustainable, Sustainabililty, water, technology, environment )

Cal
- 46 days ago - ecowatch.com
One of the big environmental issues of our time is plastics pollution. It piles up in landfills where it takes hundreds of years to break down.
Green Comet Lovejoy Keeps Wowing Amateur Astronomers
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, astronomy, design, discovery, history, humans, interesting, news, research, science, scientists, space, study, technology, world )

Caree
- 48 days ago - msn.com
Amateur astronomers and astrophotographers around the globe have been keeping their eyes on the distinctly green glow of Comet Lovejoy, a cosmic object discovered last year that continues to amaze in telescope views. New images (and a short movie) of
Japan Unveils Designs For First Underwater City, And We're In Awe
Science & Tech  (tags: design, concept, NewTechnology, underwater city, japan )

Angela
- 48 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
A Japanese architecture firm has unveiled renderings of what would be the world's first underwater city, which the firm says could be constructed as early as 2035. The massive, spherical structure measures more than four football fields in length, and its
Curved TV and Smartphones: Gimmick or Gadget Godsend?
Science & Tech  (tags: world, technology, tech, performance, humans, Gizmos, design, concept, business, curved tv, smartphones, gimmick, gadget, safety )

Darren
- 49 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
Moviegoers have long been familiar with the benefits of viewing content on a curved screen. The screen's curvature equalizes the distance that light from the projector must travel, enhancing resolution and brightness while eliminating distortion.
 

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