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.
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Taking pictures can be challenging. There are a million factors that can influence each shot you take – and unless you’re a trained photographer, you often just focus, click…and cross your fingers.Of course, you can take some of the ambiguity out of your picture-taking with this Hollywood Art Institute Photography Course & Certification package, now […]
Experienced shutterbugs with DSLR cameras have boatloads of lens options for capturing the moment. Unfortunately, smartphone photographers often get stuck with their one crummy lens, which means limited zoom and focus for their final image.Step up your smartphone’s photographic power with the Acesori 5-Piece Smartphone Camera Lens Kit, now just $9.99 in the Boing Boing Store.Magnetic rings easily […]