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Link About It: Cinderella’s Glass Slipper Goes Designer

Cinderella's Glass Slipper Goes Designer

In anticipation of their upcoming live-action film inspired by “Cinderella,” Disney called upon nine luxury designers to dream up their take on the glass slipper. Ranging from Paul Andrew to Jimmy Choo, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stuart Weitzman and more……

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ListenUp: Four Tet’s jazz interpretation, Paul McCartney goes big with Kanye and more in our weekly look at the week in music


Rihanna feat. Paul McCartney and Kanye West: FourFiveSeconds
It’s not every day Kanye West teams up with Sir Paul McCartney, though lately it’s been a fortnightly affair and recent developments suggest the Beatles frontman is producing West’s next……

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Campvibes Communique W15: Poler heads to Croatia with Nike SB and goes ice skating in Sweden in their second print publication

Campvibes Communique W15

As longtime supporters of Poler and their casual approach to outdoor apparel and equipment, we were excited to see the Portland-based brand branch into print this past fall with Campvibes Communique magazine. Now, they’re at it again with the very……

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Dropcam CEO leaves Nest; founding VP of technology goes to Twitter

Two high-level employees at Nest have departed the company this week, The Verge has learned. Sources say that Nest’s vice president of technology Yoky Matsuoka, as well as Greg Duffy who co-founded Dropcam, are no longer with the company. Matsuoka was previously the head of innovation at Google, as well as a professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Washington. She’s leaving to join Twitter. Duffy joined Nest when Dropcam was acquired for $ 555 million last June, though the product’s future has seemed uncertain.

Nest did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


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Link About It: This Week’s Picks: Rick Owens goes full frontal, Microsoft’s HoloLens, meditating in a Vegas nightclub and more in our weekly look at the web

Link About It: This Week's Picks

1. Krrb Classifieds
Nascar meets wheelchair in this polished tire rocker up for grabs on community-based classifieds site Krrb. The chair, named “El Rocker de Las Llantas Muertas” (The Rocker of Dead Tires), has been meticulously hand crafted by……

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Design magazine for kids goes digital

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You and the little ones can now enjoy Anorak on your electronic devices

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Flywheel goes after Uber with $10 rides on New Year’s Eve in four cities

New Year’s Eve is the biggest night of the year, with Uber alone saying it plans to complete 2 million rides. But it’s going to cost you — New Year’s Eve is notorious for high surge pricing, and lots of people are going to be looking for alternatives. Flywheel, an app for booking regular taxis using your smartphone, is offering one: $ 10 flat-rate rides in San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, and Sacramento. From 8 p.m. Wednesday until 3 a.m. Thursday, you can get you to your destination at a cost that is likely less than its rivals.

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Yota’s e-paper smartphone goes on sale this week

The YotaPhone 2, a smartphone with a second electronic paper display on its rear side, is set to go on sale in the UK tomorrow, December 3rd. It’s the sequel to the first YotaPhone, and looks very similar to a prototype from Yota Devices that we saw at MWC earlier this year. The secondary display consumes far less power in comparison to traditional screens, and can be used as a battery-efficient way of accessing social notifications, sports scores, weather information, and other data.

The YotaPhone 2 includes a conventional 5-inch 1080p AMOLED screen along with a 4.7-inch always-on electronic paper display; it’s unclear whether the second screen is using E Ink or some other technology. As for other specs, there’s a Snapdragon 800…

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Get to Know What Goes on Behind the Screen

Get to Know What Goes on Behind the Screen Many people use complex technological devices and systems each and every day without having even the faintest understanding of how they work. They may be able to describe the basic processes that they use to run their machines, but they will be ignorant of their internal…

Art that goes against the frame

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A cool art project by Steven Guermeur, who decided to break the conventional frame and to make it a part of the artwork. In a fun way, the artist changes the way art is traditionally presented to the world.

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