James “New Aesthetic” Bridle writes, “I wrote an SF short story about satellites, space weapons, UN inspectors, and the end of personal data! I hope you like it.”
This gallery of public Blue Screen of Death crashes on screens is a great reminder that, as Vice’s Rachel Pick says, “life is a farce.”
In “Inceptionism,” scientists at Google Research describe their work training neural nets with sets of images, then tweaking the “layers” of neural net nodes to produce weird outcomes.
Finding quality icons is a challenge for designers, and can also get pretty costly if you use them often. And when you’ve got a lot to do, the last thing you want to spend your time on is creating new icons from scratch That’s why we recommend using the Noun Project ($49). Noun Project is a site […]
While Netflix and Hulu have seemingly dominated the streaming market with their limited selections, we’ve looked a little outside the box and found something pretty great as an alternative. SelectTV combines all the content of cable with the convenience of streaming, and it’s affordable too.SelectTV is an online subscription service that packs an impressive library of over […]
These days, the vape market is saturated with low-quality products, making it nearly impossible to separate the gems from the duds. The Atmos Rx Dry Herb Vaporizer stands out from crowd for two reasons: its impressive battery life and durable construction. This high-end little gadget is compact enough to fit in your pocket, and packs a powerful punch, […]