Sep 2, 2014
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Sep 2, 2014
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Reddit’s new official app is the best way to read AMAs
Reddit’s AMA (Ask Me Anything) section is one of the most popular areas of the site, but the Q&As themselves can be a little difficult to read — not every question gets answered, other users jump in with their own thoughts, and threads can quickly balloon out of control. Now Reddit has addressed the issue by releasing a free mobile app that streamlines the reading process and makes for a much better experience overall.

Reddit’s new official app is the best way to read AMAs
Reddit’s AMA (Ask Me Anything) section is one of the most popular areas of the site, but the Q&As themselves can be a little difficult to read — not every question gets answered, other users jump in with their own thoughts, and threads can quickly balloon out of control. Now Reddit has addressed the issue by releasing a free mobile app that streamlines the reading process and makes for a much better experience overall.

Sep 2, 2014
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Sep 2, 2014
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Welcome to Verge 2.0
You might notice something a bit different about The Verge today. Open our site on any device, make your window any size. It works. Everywhere. As of this morning, our website is 100 percent responsive.

Welcome to Verge 2.0
You might notice something a bit different about The Verge today. Open our site on any device, make your window any size. It works. Everywhere. As of this morning, our website is 100 percent responsive.

Sep 2, 2014
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NASA is building the largest rocket of all time for a 2018 launch
The plainly-named Space Launch System is designed to take astronauts further into space than ever before

NASA is building the largest rocket of all time for a 2018 launch
The plainly-named Space Launch System is designed to take astronauts further into space than ever before

Sep 1, 2014
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How to feed the cities of the future | The Verge
Come along with The Verge for the second season of Detours. We’ve traveled across the country to find the people, groups, and companies that are solving America’s problems in new and unconventional ways.

How to feed the cities of the future | The Verge
Come along with The Verge for the second season of Detours. We’ve traveled across the country to find the people, groups, and companies that are solving America’s problems in new and unconventional ways.

Sep 1, 2014
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Sep 1, 2014
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Say hello to men who hate the NSA but love invading the privacy of women
Over the weekend someone released hundreds of revealing photos of celebrities that appear to have been stolen from private storage. In response to this, a bunch of anonymous guys on the internet copied them and posted them all over the town square, because the internet is written in ink and if you are ever a victim once in your life the internet will remind you of it forever. These men are the detritus of human society for whom the internet provides a warm blanket, so let’s remove the warm blanket for a minute.

Say hello to men who hate the NSA but love invading the privacy of women
Over the weekend someone released hundreds of revealing photos of celebrities that appear to have been stolen from private storage. In response to this, a bunch of anonymous guys on the internet copied them and posted them all over the town square, because the internet is written in ink and if you are ever a victim once in your life the internet will remind you of it forever. These men are the detritus of human society for whom the internet provides a warm blanket, so let’s remove the warm blanket for a minute.

Aug 31, 2014
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chemicalpro:

Blade Runner
Nope, Mass Effect :)

chemicalpro:

Blade Runner

Nope, Mass Effect :)

(via 2087)

Aug 31, 2014
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Aug 30, 2014
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nxghtmvre:

Akira (1988)

nxghtmvre:

Akira (1988)

Aug 30, 2014
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(Source: prozacprince92, via rekall)

Aug 30, 2014
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(Source: vazetti, via rekall)

Aug 29, 2014
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Watch NASA’s 3D-printed rocket part survive a 6,000 degree test-firing
Reducing number of parts from 163 to just two, thanks to 3D printing

Watch NASA’s 3D-printed rocket part survive a 6,000 degree test-firing
Reducing number of parts from 163 to just two, thanks to 3D printing

Aug 29, 2014
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Philippe Starck’s latest bike design puts fur between your legs
“I wanted the bike to be able to go over infinite and poetic territories.”

Philippe Starck’s latest bike design puts fur between your legs
“I wanted the bike to be able to go over infinite and poetic territories.”

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