100 Years Of Fashion In 100 Seconds | Awareness


100 Years Of Fashion In 100 Seconds | Awareness

Great piece of work. 

Counting Crows – American Girls – YouTube


“Hey, she said come back again tonight
And I said, I might, I might, I might”

Galaxy S5: Samsung finally delivers the ideal Android phone (review)


A Review of the Galaxy S5

Neve Campbell on ‘Mad Men,’ ‘90s Nostalgia, and Why the ‘Scream’ Movie Franchise is Over – The Daily Beast


Neve Campbell on ‘Mad Men,’ ‘90s Nostalgia, and Why the ‘Scream’ Movie Franchise is Over – The Daily Beast

90s babe Neve Campbell gives an interview about starring in Mad Men and her take on 90s Nostalgia. 

The $100M quarter: why deals are flowing into content marketing


Interesting insight into the world of content marketing

WWE Legend The Ultimate Warrior Dead at 54


R.I.P James Hellwig a.k.a The Ultimate Warrior

Here’s how the blocks in Google’s Project Ara modular phone stay put (video)


Gigaom

The first Project Ara developer conference takes place in two weeks to move Google’s(s goog) modular phone platform effort forward. The project aims to offer a range of personalized phones made up from small bricks; each with different functions. Customers can choose the features of their phone and even swap out old blocks with new ones.

Project Ara isn’t just a concept, though. In this video from Phonebloks that introduces some of the Project Ara team members you can see how the group has engineered the blocks to fit together, making up a complete phone.

The blocks are held together with electro-permanent magnets which are a combination of electromagnets that use power and permanent magnets that don’t. This will allow the modules to stay in place even when the phone is not on.

One of the other interesting aspects I noted when watching is that Project Ara is looking…

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Samsung claims a graphene breakthough — which may be huge for future wearables


This is incredible!

I Love You – Saigon Kick – YouTube


Not a bad song to wake up to. One of those rare gems from the 90s that made them the magical years they were.

Clever teenager says he can save US governments £240m by changing font on official documents


Metro

Suvir Mirchandani spent hours measuring and weighing ink used in different fonts (Picture: CNN) Suvir Mirchandani, 14, spent hours measuring and weighing ink used in different fonts (Picture: CNN)

One clever 14-year-old has devised a plan to save the government millions just by changing the font they use on official documents.

Suvir Mirchandani worked out that by using Garamond font, which is lighter and thinner, it would use around 25 per cent less ink than the favoured Times New Roman.

When he began to come up with project ideas for a school science fair, it suddenly dawned on the teenager that while huge efforts have been made to save paper, little attention has been paid to the ink.

By switching to a Garamond font, it is estimated the US government could save up to 25% on ink (Picture: CNN) By switching to a Garamond font, it is estimated the US government could save up to 25 per cent on ink (Picture: CNN)

‘Ink is two times more expensive than French perfume by volume,’ Suvir told CNN with a chuckle.

He started to work out how much his school…

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