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Samsung Gear Fit review
Dreaming of the perfect wearable

Samsung Gear Fit review
Dreaming of the perfect wearable

Apr 14, 2014
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merlin:


Magic
My favorite level so far.

merlin:

Magic

My favorite level so far.

Apr 14, 2014
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Samsung says it refined its focus, but that’s not really true: there are still too many features, too many options, too many weird ideas about how we want to use our phones. It’s just all been tossed in a pile, thrown under a blanket, and swept into the corner where we hopefully won’t notice. The S5’s settings menu is 61 items long, and shows by default a grid of all-but-identical circular icons. Good luck with that.
Samsung Galaxy S5 review | The Verge
Apr 14, 2014
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Samsung Galaxy S5 review
The next big thing is a lot of little things

Samsung Galaxy S5 review
The next big thing is a lot of little things

Apr 14, 2014
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The inventor of everything How an egotistical genius convinced Silicon Valley to invest hundreds of millions in his shoddy science

The inventor of everything
How an egotistical genius convinced Silicon Valley to invest hundreds of millions in his shoddy science

Apr 14, 2014
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Windows Phone 8.1 review
One foot in the future, one firmly in the present

Windows Phone 8.1 review
One foot in the future, one firmly in the present

Apr 14, 2014
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Hoefler had all of Frere-Jones’s design chops, but also had the ability to propel Frere-Jones to prominence in a way he couldn’t have done on his own. Business partnerships rarely last forever, says Essl, and when they end, it’s often ugly. “Van Halen isn’t going to be Van Halen forever,” he says. “Someone is going to leave.”
Font War: Inside the Design World’s $20 Million Divorce - Businessweek
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nickdrake:

Sigourney Weaver, Alien.

nickdrake:

Sigourney Weaver, Alien.

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Fish, fiends, and fantasy: the gothic art of Ian Miller
“I like to think the best is yet to come.”

Fish, fiends, and fantasy: the gothic art of Ian Miller
“I like to think the best is yet to come.”

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