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Who knew a short film about building a bridge could be so moving?

Even the simplest stories can be effective — and affecting — depending on the execution, and this short film is a master class in animated storytelling. Le Gouffre (meaning “The Gulf”) is a short created by animators Carl Beauchemin, Thomas Chrétien, and David Forest at Lightning Boy Studio, telling the story of two friends forced to build a bridge in order to cross a massive canyon in the wilderness. Even though the film is mostly wordless, the score and the bright, fluid animation style draw you in until the end. You’ll be moved even if you saw it coming.

Le Gouffre is the product of a successful Kickstarter campaign from two years ago, and the short went on to win a number of accolades on the festival circuit. We’d love to see more…

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Could Disruptive Innovations Lead To Reform? [Infographic]

Could Disruptive Innovations Lead To Reform? [Infographic] If you’re working toward your MBA in health management, chances are good that you want to affect change in what has become a struggling…

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5 new Disney movies that could be a bigger hit than Frozen

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No one could have predicted the impact Frozen, Disney’s updated version of the Snow Queen, had on the world in 2014. Almost every parent will have seen the animated adventures of Elsa and Olaf more than a few times by now. And there’s more to come, with these first images from the next Frozen adventure, Frozen Fever, released today…




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Why teaching yourself paper craft could earn you more money

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If you think paper craft has been and gone, you’re wrong. There are still increasing numbers of clients who seek the tactile, handmade beauty of paper-cut illustration to communicate their messages to their audiences.




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Could this be the first computer to recognise and appreciate art?

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Tim Mara, Glass Jug: “A painting of a white wall with a tree or quite possibly black and white photograph of a plant in a wall. It is similar to a map hangs on a wall near a hat and a cane.”




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Finally, proof that the Kool-Aid man could actually break through a wall

Brands spend a lot of time desperately grasping for our attention, but sometimes they leave us with burning questions without even trying. “How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll Tootsie Pop?” “Are there really 1,000 chips in every bag?” Now, an answer is finally being posited for one of the biggest unsolved mysteries: could the Kool-Aid Man actually break through a brick wall?

Jake Roper, a contributor to the YouTube channel VSauce, says that, oh yeah — he can. Roper estimates that if the Kool-Aid Man were brought up to the scale represented in the iconic ads, he would measure about 6 feet tall, have a dry weight of almost 6,000 pounds (11,000 pounds when filled with Kool-Aid), and his glass frame would…

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Could this be the ultimate notepad for designers?

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This is what Amazon.com could soon look like

Amazon’s been testing a new design for its homepage for months, and it appears that the company opened it up to a broader group of users in the US today. Some of the changes include a flat dark bar that lines the top of the page, as well as a new dropdown menu that takes shoppers directly to Amazon’s Fire and Kindle products. The company has also managed to squeeze a lot more onto the page, whether you’re signed in or not. Otherwise, it’s mostly the same old Amazon, right down to product pages (which remain unchanged).

Amazon’s been tweaking this design, and various other iterations going back to July, something Amazon told GeekWire was part of an ongoing test. It’s unclear just how wide the test is at this point, though a cursory…

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Xbox One SDK leak could let developers make homebrew apps for the console

A group of hackers has reportedly leaked the full version of Microsoft’s official Xbox One SDK — the software kit that approved Xbox developers use to make games and apps for the console. The group, calling itself H4LT, announced the leak of the kit via its Twitter account, tweeting screenshots showing the SDK’s files to Microsoft’s official Xbox account.

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How Western fairytales could look if they were made in Asia

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Korean illustrator Obsidian decided to show us what some of the most popular Western fairy tales could have looked like if they were made in Asia. He (or she) re-drew scenes from the movies and gave it a new asian touch. Alice in Wonderland Snow white The Beauty and the Beast Frozen Princess and the […]

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