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Building a better burger with HTML and CSS

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McDonald’s has certainly not been afraid to push the envelope on the web. A case in point is its contest site, My Burger, developed by digital agency Cartelle Interactive in collaboration with Razorfish London. The ‘burger builder’ tool lets users build their perfect burger – with the winner’s creation finding its way onto the menu.




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Grammy millionaires unite to lobby Washington for better pay

A cabal of musicians have joined forces to form a pressure group designed to lobby for fair pay for artists. The group, called the Creators Alliance, was introduced by the current head of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Neil Portnow, at tonight’s Grammy awards. Appearing on stage in front of assorted millionaires, Portnow took aim at streaming services such as Spotify, calling for attendees and viewers to “remember that music matters in our lives, and that new technology must pay artists fairly.”

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5 designs that can make the world a better place

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People started designing with a purpose of attracting people. But today, they design with a purpose, with a message and with a meaning to educate and aware people. It has the capability to serve and create a better world for everyone. If you do not believe then have a look at 5 inspiring design below […]

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The 50 Shades of Grey trailer is so much better in Lego form

The trailer for 50 Shades of Grey is murky, melodramatic and slow-moving. It wears the threat of seduction like a red dress made entirely of sequins. A pressurized remix of Beyonce’s “Crazy in Love” creaks in the background. The only thing it’s missing? Small plastic toys.

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Amazon reportedly wants to buy RadioShack stores to better compete with Apple

Amazon is reportedly in discussion with RadioShack to buy some of the company’s brick-and-mortar stores after the troubled electronics chain files for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Bloomberg says that the Seattle-based e-commerce giant is considering using the stores as showrooms for its hardware, and as pick-up and drop-off centers for items purchased online. Both Amazon and Radio Shack declined to comment on the situation, but two people apparently familiar with the matter said that Amazon may use the locations to give people a chance to try its growing range of hardware, including its range of Kindle tablets, its Fire smartphone, and its new Echo speaker.

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OneDrive updates make Microsoft’s cloud storage system better for photos

Microsoft is updating OneDrive, its cloud storage service that competes with rivals such as Dropbox and iCloud, in a bid to make it a better photo management tool. Over the next few weeks, the company says it’s introducing changes that will automatically import photos from external devices, allow users to categorize them in new albums with clear thumbmail images, and use an updated search function to find specific files and photos saved on the service.

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Bob Odenkirk is amazing in the latest Better Call Saul trailer

Bob Odenkirk was born to play Saul Goodman in AMC’s Breaking Bad, but in the upcoming prequel series Better Call Saul he’s still James McGill. In the latest trailer, we get a closer look at just who James is: still every bit the venal, over-the-top character we knew and loved in the first series, but not quite the two-bit, bus bench lawyer he’s destined to become. He has a firm, and even if he seems corrupt, he hasn’t fallen completely to the dark side.

Here we also see veteran actor Michael McKean in a significant role, along with Jonathan Banks as the one and only Mike Ehrmantraut. Honestly, we can’t wait for this to finally premieres in two parts on February 8th and 9th.

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Is Leaflet a better tool than Google Maps?

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If you need to embed a map into your project, you could be forgiven for thinking Google Maps is your only choice. It’s used by over 2 million sites and it’s a proven technology, having been launched in 2005.




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This Better Call Saul trailer gives the best look yet at the Breaking Bad spinoff

After months of coyness, we’ve finally got a clear look at the upcoming Better Call Saul. Unlike previous glimpses of the Breaking Bad spin-off, AMC’s new 30-second trailer shows a more coherent montage of images from the life of amoral rascal Jimmy McGill, who eventually reinvents himself as the Jewish lawyer Saul Goodman for the “homeboys” who want “a pipe-hitting member of the tribe.” Here, we see Jimmy dramatically declaring that someone will atone for an undisclosed sin, Jimmy gagged and dropped onto the ground, and Jimmy being advised that his line of work can result in one being “so caught up in winning” that they “forget to listen to their heart.” The premiere will air in February over the course of two nights: Sunday, February…

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Brad and Jenna Holdgrafer’s Yes Shop: The e-commerce site that encourages shoppers to buy less, but buy better

Brad and Jenna Holdgrafer's Yes Shop

by Kohl Crecelius

“Yes” has been a mantra for Brad and Jenna Holdgrafer—the husband and wife duo who have founded an online shop bearing the affirmative phrase. They adhere to a lifestyle that says “yes” to what life throws at them, and have carefully……

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