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    "As part of a promotional offer from Feb. 2 through Valentine’s Day, the fast-food behemoth will be accepting expressions of affection as payment for food. Winners will be randomly selected at pre-designated times at participating McDonald's locations, and a McDonald's employee will instruct them to perform a "random act of Lovin'."
    The company will announce the “Pay with Lovin’" campaign in a commercial slated to air Sunday during Super Bowl XLIX."
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    Filmed late last year by director and underwater cameraman Julie Gautier, this amazing footage shows free diver Guillaume Néry flying through swift ocean currents north of tahiti.
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    Veronika Richterova s Plastic Bottle Art

    Veronika Richterova s Plastic Bottle Art
    Gear  |  Design  
    Veronika Richterová, an artist from the Czech Republic, makes sculptures by heating and reshaping plastic bottles. She made plants and animals, depicting them in a highly realistic manner. More pics after more.
    "When I found out by chance, that plastic bottles could be deformed by heat I decided to create a sculpture from this material. Immediately, I had the idea that it could be called PET-art however, I took it only as one of my visual experimentations. I didn’t anticipate that plastic bottles would become such an obsession for me for many years. Since 2004 I have used thousands of bottles and have created hundreds of objects. In doing this work, I have developed many specific methods of technological processing."
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    Jurassic World - Official Super Bowl Spot
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    Haha!
    Gear  |  Video  
    Something we have all no doubt noticed is the increasing fixation with what is going on our smartphones - if it's not ourselves, then we regularly see other people walking down the street pre-occupied with their phones, we see buses and trains full of commuters fixated on their little screens desperate for some information fix and it’s not uncommon to see friends in restaurants interacting with their phones rather than each other - all missing what is going on around them and reducing their quality of life as a result.
    This short animation is a playful tale of this modern phenomenon...
    Freaky Mouth Ear Candles
    Gear  |  Other  
    These are the mouth and ear candles made and sold by Etsy seller artist  uncannyartshop. They cost $18 apiece and come in 15 different scents and 3 different styles: ears, disgusted mouth, and happy mouth. Awesome!
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    Picture of day stones
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    Gear  |  Film  
    The Game of Thrones Season 5 trailer is here.
    Gear  |  Video  
    A short film about the invisible life-force.
    Batmobile iPhone 6 Case
    Gear  |  Apple  


    This is an  impressive case that's a near perfect replica of the Batmobile from Tim Burton's Batman films. This $50 case/detailed replica comes with build-in LED lighting, a projector on the back that shines the Batman logo on a wall, a faux utility belt covering the iPhone 6's home button, and pop-out front wheels that give access to the phone's camera lens. Looks cool and weird!
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    LEGO Avengers Helicarrier Announced

    LEGO Avengers Helicarrier Announced
    Gear  |  Toy  


    The new set, 76042 The SHIELD Helicarrier(flickr set), is a gigantic microscale ship which rings in just shy of 3 feet in length. It’s the S.H.I.E.L.D Helicarrier, a 2,996 behemoth of a set featuring mini-figures of Nick Fury, Black Widow, Captain America, Hawkeye and Maria Hill. The Helicarrier hits shelves in March and will retail for $349.99. Above, see a bunch of images and more info about the Lego Avengers Helicarrier, along with the designer video.
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    A Colorful Animated Neon Light Version of the ‘Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens’ Teaser Trailer
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    If we suddenly disappeared, what would happen to our planet?
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    9 coffee drink recipes from all around the world.
    Gear  |  Tech  
    Real World AdBlock. That's the idea behind BrandKiller, a project developed by four Philadelphia developers named Jonathan Dubin, Reed Rosenbluth, Tom Catullo, and Alex Crits-Christoph as part of as part of Penn's annual PennApps hackathon.
    Gear  |  Video  
    Why there are no more unicorns today?
    The Chemical Structures of Vitamins
    Gear  |  Pic  
    The Chemical Structures of Vitamins, big pic!
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    Jane Helser recently retired after working for nearly 50 years at the Wilson Sporting Goods factory, the source of the N.F.L.’s handmade footballs.
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    What does it mean to be a beautiful woman? This video features feminine beauty standards in different countries and periods of history, including ancient Egypt, China during the Han Dynasty, Victorian Britain, and 1960s America. 
    A diverse cast of models shows how the standard of beauty for women has changed dramatically over time.
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    Dji is a terribly unlucky death who doesn't seem good at his job. This time he has to take the soul of a pirate stuck in the middle of the ocean, but that is easier said than done!
    Directed by Dmitri Voloshin
    Music - Valentin Boghyan, Valentin Shkirka, Vladimir Kolesnikov
    Gear  |  DIY  
    Great kitchen tip to help make food preparation easier and a useful knife skill.
    The News by
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    'The News', a comic by Grant Snider of Incidental Comics.
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    A weekly show where knowledge junkies get their fix of trivia-tastic information. This week, John looks at 24 origins of cheese names.
    Gear  |  Video  
    "My biggest concern revolves around the snacks I brought. You see there’s this Filipino snack called sweet corn and it has an uncanny resemblance to Corn Pops. I brought some to school one day in a sandwich bag and a classmate would come up to me and excitedly ask “Hey, can I have some? I love those.” And in my head I’m like wow, my non-Filipino classmate is not only aware of his Filipino snack but enjoys consuming them like I do. So she reaches end takes a handful and stuffs them in her mouth, chews for two seconds immediately changed her expression to disgust and regret."
    Gear  |  Film  
    Fantastic Four, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.
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    You might've heard of the Oculus Rift technology, but you've never seen people use it to watch XXX POV scenes. Until now. Wow.
    Gear  |  Tech  
    Scientists have turned to Mother Nature’s most adept aerial acrobats – birds, bees, bats and other animals -- to inspire their designs for self-directed drones. With the right tweaks, these drones have the potential to fight forest fires, spot poachers and catch polluters. But first the unmanned machines have to be able to maneuver in tight spaces and think for themselves. And that’s where nature’s original high-fliers come in.
    Swallows, for example, swoop and swerve in patterns that would knock top fighter pilots unconscious. Tracing the birds’ paths, along with those of other species, scientists are learning how to make their drones more nimble.
    Recently, a team from MIT created an artificial pilot that could control a birdlike drone to twist through different sets of goalposts. To zoom through vertical goalposts, the drone knifes sideways and just slips by. The drone can do this and then quickly right itself to shoot through a set of horizontal goalposts too.  
    To navigate obstacles a bit more complex than lab set ups, the team also created an autopilot system for the drone to track how close it got to things like trees and buildings. Ultimately, the goal is to create an onboard computer that can tell the drone to pitch and roll out of harm’s way.
    That same team also created a drone that can hit the brakes and safely park itself on a thin wire. If a fixed-wing aircraft did this, it would stall and crash. But by creating a computer algorithm to read airflow over the wings and adjust its tail flaps, the drone sets itself down safely without a scratch.
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