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Photographer Captures Google, Facebook And Twitter As Essential, Daily Food

By Fri, Mar 09, 2012 7:10PM UTC Photographer Captures Google, Facebook And Twitter As Essential, Daily Food

French photographer Gregoire Vieille has photographed a series of images that shows the invasion of the Internet and social media into our lives. Titled ‘Daily Bread Daily Net’, Vieille plays on the idea of our high consumption of Google, Facebook, Twitter and Mozilla to highlight how they have become an

5 great art galleries in Yangon, Burma

By Fri, Mar 09, 2012 3:36PM UTC 5 great art galleries in Yangon, Burma

The art scene in Yangon (Rangoon), Burma has been developing quietly despite the other struggles the nation has faced. Many of the galleries in the city reflect work from artists that have effectively portrayed some of the rich culture, religion, landscapes and colours of Burma. There are a number of

A Website That’s An OCD’s Dream Come True

By Fri, Mar 09, 2012 1:01PM UTC A Website That’s An OCD’s Dream Come True

‘Things Organized Neatly’ is a site, curated by designer Austin Radcliffe, which features pictures that live up to an OCD’s expectations—to fuel its viewers’ fussy neurosis. [via ‘Things Organized Neatly’] TAXI Daily News

Inhale Your Cupcakes, For Taste Without Gaining Weight

By Fri, Mar 09, 2012 12:46PM UTC Inhale Your Cupcakes, For Taste Without Gaining Weight

[Click here to view the video in this article] US-based company Vapotrim has created an dessert-flavored e-cigarette-like inhaler, for those who want to taste their desserts without gaining weight. The ‘Vaportrim’ is a diet-aid, that uses the technology of an e-cigarette and takes advantage of the taste-smell connection. When you

New Supermarket Scanner Recognizes Food, No Barcodes Needed

By Fri, Mar 09, 2012 12:16PM UTC New Supermarket Scanner Recognizes Food, No Barcodes Needed

[Click here to view the video in this article] Japanese electronics company Toshiba has developed a food-recognition technology for supermarket checkouts. Instead of barcodes, the scanner uses a camera to identify objects—so fresh fruits and vegetables that don’t usually have barcodes can be automatically identified and input by staff more

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