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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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English: Industrial Loft Building at Detroit D...English: Industrial Loft Building at Detroit Dry Dock Engine Works (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review
Google's latest version of the Android operating system is here and will be rolling out to a precious few devices later this month. Unlike the last iteration, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is more about refinement than revolution, but a new feature called "Google Now" has the potential to finally achieve some of the promises we've all heard from smartphone companies for years now. Beyond that,
This Brazilian Bachelor Pad Explores Soft Industrial Masculine Style
This São Paulo bachelor pad is an industrial-style loft designed by Diego Revollo for a young single lawyer. The Brazilian designer was imagined to represent the owner’s personality by providing him with an open, elegant and modern Industrial Loft. The design is based on a non-traditional masculine style, where sophisticated dark hues meet comfortable displays of subtle luxury. Occupying 100 square meters, the loft’s sense of space was achieved by using burned cement bricks to compose a uniform space that climbs up to the ceiling and continues to be shaped along the mezzanine walls. This ceme
Apple Planning for 7.85-Inch 'iPad Mini' with IGZO Display Later This Year?
Claims of an "iPad mini" have been circulating for some time now, with a number of the reports indicating that Apple is planning to launch the device with a 7.85-inch display later this year. While the rumors have been evolving for quite some time now, things have been beginning to firm up a bit with a report last month from iMore, which has offered accurate information on several topics in recent months. Mockup of 7.85-inch iPad next to an iPhone (courtesy of CiccareseDesign) Unwired View now points to a report [Google translation] from Chinese site MyDrivers.com claiming that Apple wi


FIFA: Soccer Refs Might Use Sensor Networks to Keep Score
Should computer-controlled sensor arrays be used to keep referees from making bad calls? Officials of FIFA, soccer's international governing body, have called a special meeting to decide. Whether computer technology should be used to monitor goal lines has become an urgent question among soccer officials. During a match at the high-profile Euro 2012 tournament between Ukraine and E
Deutsche Telekom Launches Mobile Component Marketplace
Mobile app component marketplace and former Disrupt finalist Verious has just announced a strategic partnership with mobile operator Deutsche Telekom which will expand its international footprint and reach. The mobile operator is now launching its Verious-powered Developer Garden Component Marketplace across 14 countries in Europe, where it will feature not only mobile app components for iOS, Andr
On Email Issue, Facebook Concedes You May Not Be "Confused" After All
Facebook continued to dig itself a bigger hole Monday, as users continued to complain about lost email messages and how the company was handling its complaints. As we reported yesterday, some users complained that they were missing messages and that their mobile phone address books had been updated to replace primary email addresses with the @facebook.com email address that was set
Cybersecurity incidents on the rise in the US, but analysis shows flaws in basic security
Over the past half day, a report from the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) stating that cyber incidents jumped from 41 in 2010, to a stunning 198 in 2011, has sent industry watchers into a frenzy. What could cause such a massive rise? Putting those figures into perspective, only 9 incidents were reported in 2009, the year that ICS-CERT was established. From 9, to


Brendan Smith’s Summer Swirls
Looking for some summer swirls to take your mind off that summer heat? New York-based artist and sculptor Brendan Smith might have just the distraction. His paintings are energetic; his bold paint strokes are wide and are somehow both geometric yet organically abstract. Some of his paintings are only two colors, others have a palette of hues, but all offer high contrasts and excitable compositi
Good Reads: Kinfolk.
i love kinfolk magazine. not only is the idea behind it a beautiful, neighborly one, the quality of the magazine production always shines through, too. their new issue of kinfolk is out, and the pages in their sneak peek look just as luscious and captivating as the issues that precede it. kinfolk’s team of writers, editors, stylists and photographers and everyone in-between really capture somethi
The Makings of a Modern Bedroom
In musing over what makes up the composition of a great modern bedroom, we discovered this fabulous little lot. So snuggle under your duvet and let us dream up ways to create your stunning new sleep space… The casual low-slung silhouette of a sleek modern platform bed sets a great basis for a modern bedroom scheme, and can be combined with bedside shelves for a slick and seamless look.Above 2 via
A Better Design for Packaging Tape
Boxcutters are useful both for opening packages and settling scores. But I wouldn't need to use one if packaging tape could be opened on its own, and if deadbeats would pay me my money on time. Design can't do anything about the latter situation, but it can solve the former. Rip Cord, a concept currently under development at Quirky, is a brilliant idea for packaging tape whereby a string is emb


Come Out of the Closet at Work, Whether You're Gay or Not
When CNN reporter Anderson Cooper recently announced that he's gay, making him the most famous out newsman in the country, it generated enormous media attention — and praise. In years past, it's likely that the coming out of a prominent newscaster would have engendered protests instead of plaudits. But that was before the era of sharing party photos and other social media minutiae with our col
Nexus 7 easier to repair than iPad, longer-living than Kindle Fire, teardown reveals
Google’s just-announced Nexus 7 tablet is variously called a threat to Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Apple’s larger iPad. A teardown by the folks at iFixit find both Amazon and Apple could learn a few things from the Android-powered device. At the top of that list is how to make repairable — not replaceable — mobile devices. The Google Nexus 7 is 10.4 mm thick, versus 9.4 mm for the iPad. However, iFix
RIM CEO Welcomes Critics to Happy-Fun Rainbow Land
In general, as death nears, there is seldom a sudden dramatic increase in pain, although pain and other symptoms may increase, or in some cases, decrease as the disease advances. Some people become confused or agitated in the last days or weeks of life. – Charles Kemp, “Terminal Illness: A Guide to Nursing Care” Despite a slew of evidence to the contrary — plunging market share, rapidly deteriora
Trulia: Asking House Prices increased in June
Press Release: Rent increases outpace home prices rises, reports Trulia Trulia today released the latest findings from the Trulia Price Monitor and the Trulia Rent Monitor ... Based on the for-sale homes and rentals listed on Trulia, these monitors take into account changes in the mix of listed homes and reflect trends in prices and rents for similar homes in similar neighborhoods through June 3


Grilling Seafood In Alaska’s Wildest Kitchen
Do you have a fear of cooking fish? Do you cringe when you think about putting a fillet on the grill? If so, then maybe Dodie Lunda can help you conquer that fear. A longtime Alaska fisherwoman, Dodie is now the culinary instructor at Icy Strait Point teaching an excursion called, “In Alaska’s Wildest Kitchen.” Located on Chichagof Island near Hoonah, Alaska, Icy Strait Point is a tourist destin
The Hummus Factory
Almost all of the people I spoke with said they rarely make their own hummus, simply because the store-bought stuff was as good – if not better – than what they could make at home. (I guess it helps to think of it like peanut butter, where the homemade is very good, but store-bought will suffice.) People have very strong opinions about hummus, like they do about other things, in Israel. And if yo
Haj Kahil
When I left the restaurant Haj Kahil after lunch, I said to someone – “That was the best day of my life.” When Erin, who was dining next to me, took a bite of the fried Halloumi cheese, her whole body softened, her eyes dimmed, and she looked as if she had been lulled into a trance. And when someone tried to talk to her, she said – “I’m sorry. I’m just…having…a…moment..with…this….cheese…” Cont
Creamy berry mini cakes | 4th of July recipes
I love berry season! Enjoy this delectable miniature cake with a slightly lemony, delicate flavor, creamy vanilla topping, and fresh berries. Happy 4th of July to those of you in the U.S.! I will never be a themed-cupcake blog, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy a fun themed party. In fact, some friends of [...]


Rain Drops
Will it ever stop raining? [Exmouth, Devon]
The Towering Ships
Disney Cruise Lore So, I am not one with the “cruising culture” by any means. And, I was shocked (and somewhat entertained) to find out that such a deep subculture exists! Since we were on the maiden voyage of the Disney Fantasy, we discovered that there were a great many people on this boat that had been on at least a dozen other Disney cruises. A dozen! And they had everything figured out — I
Cyclist on Bridge
Bathurst Bridge.
Trey’s Variety Hour: Episode 42
Trey’s Variety Hour – Live each Monday at 7PM PT Trey’s Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check you local time) Watch the Live Show Here! Subscribe to the Podcast and View Past Episodes Optio


Image of the day. Tony Scott's "Déjà Vu"
Incredible colorwork in this image from the autopsy scene in Tony Scott's Déjà Vu (2006). That's Denzel Washington's necrophiliac eyes turned a solemn, obsessive purple by cinematographer Paul Cameron. Click for a higher res image.
Dancing on My Own: Lena Dunham's "Girls"
Lena Dunham’s Girls, like Louis C.K.’s Louie, represents a new entity in the television landscape. Great TV is a very, very rare thing. It occurs almost exclusively under strong, centralized, creative guidance, by the likes of David Simon and Joss Whedon—but even their shows, especially the former’s, are more often than not left to others to shape their individual parts. Shows like Firefly or The
Andy Griffith Dies At 86
Sad news from the entertainment world today—Andy Griffith, an icon of American television thanks to his starring roles in The Andy Griffith Show and Matlock, died Tuesday Morning.  He was 86 years old. A friend of Griffith’s told North Carolina’s WITN News that Griffith passed away after an emergency medical crew was called to the actor’s home in Dare County early Tuesday morning. Griffith will b
'Ghostbusters 3' Gets A New Writing Team
Well, it’s been an ongoing source of entertainment and frustration since 2009, and has probably been the subject of more conversation than the first two films combined–is it or isn’t it happening?–but now we’ve heard news from Dan Aykroyd himself that Ghostbusters 3 has a whole new writing team – and apparently, it’s going to be “perfect”. Vodka-selling Akyroyd was in the process of flogging his


living in: you’ve got mail
It’s been impossible to be present on the internet and not read about writer/director Nora Ephron’s death last week. We’re no strangers to Nora love here, see exhibits A, B and C, and we’ve been heartened by the widespread appreciation for her warm and witty ways. The final piece in our Ephron puzzle is You’ve Got Mail, a classic that is perhaps the romantic comedy to end all romantic comedies.
10 Reasons I Love Living in a Small Town
Sometimes small-town life can get you down. Everyone's going to West Elm, or Anthropologie, or heck — even Target, and you can only dream about being close enough to one of those stores to be able to casually drop by. Well, I'm here to remind you of ten reasons why living in a small town can really rock. More Read More...
Holly's Vibrant, Personal Twist on Traditional Style House Tour
Name: Holly MarshLocation: South CarolinaSize: 2400 square feetYears lived in: 4 years Holly's former life as a Kindergarten teacher has its creative little fingerprints all over her cozy little home. Maybe it's the familiarity with craft supplies, or maybe it's the inspiration of little minds dreaming big, but Holly tackles her home with a daring, fearless attitude that isn't afraid to try new
Barcelona City Guide
Illustration by Judy Kaufmann Today’s Barcelona City Guide comes from illustrator and Barcelona resident Judy Kaufmann. When Judy isn’t creating illustrations for clients like BBC London, Google and Random House, she can be found biking the city streets or escaping to the nearby sea and mountains. Today she shares some of the best that Barcelona has to offer, from dining and shopping to attraction

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VIDEO: Patrick Giusiano’s animation process…
Patrick Giusiano’s animation process for a short scene in the movie John Carter.
Kickstarter Funding Closing
As I type, 36 hours left on the Kickstarter project for redesigning this website. Backing the project will get you the least expensive access ever offered to the video library of it all. Direct Link to Article — PermalinkKickstarter Funding Closing is a post from CSS-Tricks
Program Your 808 Posters
This is great. Program Your 808 is a series of posters by Rob Ricketts that show popular drum sequences that were programmed using the Roland TR-808 Drum Machine. The posters are beautiful and they also allow you to re-programme each sequence for your own pleasure. You can grab a copy of the posters here.
Etsy Finds: Meera Lee
Meera Lee’s etsy shop stocks prints, textiles and other objects featuring her beautiful illustrations.


Twitter Activity during the 2012 European Football Tournament
Nicolas Belmonte, "Data Visualization Scientist" at Twitter, has represented the impact of the #Euro2012 hashtag [twitter.com] during Euro 2012, which is short for the European football tournament (which just finished, btw). The visualization shows day-by-day data aggregated by country in addition to tweets per minute for each match during the tournament. The visualization is based on the organi
Members Only: A Variety of Area Charts with R
From the basic area chart, to the stacked version, to the streamgraph, the geometry is similar. Once you know how to do one, you can do them all.
How long it takes to get pregnant
The odds of getting pregnant after a certain time trying are surprisingly hard to come by. There are statistics here and there, but none provide a good overview of the probabilities. Mathematician Richie Cotton crunched some numbers using monthly fecundity rate — the monthly chance of getting pregnant — to estimate about how long it would take for he and his girlfriend to conceive. [A]lmost half o
A graphical summary of Euro 2012 on Twitter
Nicolas Belmonte, a data visualization scientist at Twitter, visualized the change in tweet volume during Euro 2012. It starts with a streamgraph for an overall view, and when you click on a team you get a time series for each of that team's matches. The selected team appears on top, and the team they are against is on the bottom. Goals are also marked adding context to the spikes. I didn't watch


Choose Your Own Adventure
  Lately I am having so much fun with dressing up. This unbearable Texas heat can really take the fun out of fashion, but with a little imagination, you can get away. I like this idea I am playing with of being your own Barbie doll, and superimposing yourself into any situation you could dream up. That is what fashion is about, isn't it?? Thanks Photoshop for bringing this reality closer!  
Looking Forward
This isn't another review to add to pile of hypventilating praise, discerning analysis and quicksighted criticism heaped at Raf Simons feet, on the occasion of his haute couture debut at Christian Dior yesterday.  I didn't see the show in person.  I have nothing to say.   What the show did make me think about was the eternal search for innovation in fashion.  Or specifically, why I keep lo
Whitney Port Models for Cosmopolitan's August Issue
For years Whitney Port was fashion's ultimate It girl. Best known for colour-coordinating rails in the Teen Vogue fashion cupboard, wearing glittery headbands and asking Lauren Conrad "so, what did you do last night?" she was insanely popular and always on our TV screens. But after her short-lived stint on The City and a couple of unflattering outfits Whitney kind of dropped off my style radar. So
First Look: Kat Maconie's Fabulous Fall 2012 Collection
In a few weeks the Autumn/Winter 2012 collections will start to arrive in stores (yippee!) and I've been given a preview of what's to come from Kat Maconie. The British shoe designer's Fall 2012 collection was inspired by model Penelope Tree, with strong 1960's influences. The luxe colour palette is largely made up of black, caramel brown and metallic pink, with eye-catching bursts of velvet and g


SOE Eschews the Middle Tier with Vanguard Free to Play Pricing
SOE announced back in March that Vanguard, the fantasy MMO step-child in their lineup, would be going free to play this summer. Having been around the block with SOE titles moving from subscription to F2P at least twice before, first with EverQuest II and then EverQuest, it was probably easy enough to predict what was going to come to pass. Both of those games ended up with a three tier subscripti
Diablo 3 bans not based on Linux software, says Blizzard
A handful of players using Wine, a program that allows Linux users to run Windows, recently reported being suddenly and unreasonably banned from Diablo 3. These players have sent in support tickets and one in particular notes his account remains banned, posting the following response from Blizzard:"An additional review of the action taken against the Diablo 3 account has been completed. We have c
Getting to the War in Delve – First Attempt
As I noted in my June in Review post, things had been quiet in the part of null sec where I generally live.  I wrote that we needed a war and that the Goons tended to go to war in the summer, so maybe we would get something to do soon. And my wish was granted even before that post went up. In the most recent State of the Goonion, which was held hours before my speculation was even posted (automati
Cactus and Dennis Wedin Pair for Hotline Miami
Jonatan Söderström (cactus) and graphic artist Dennis Wedin have teamed up to form Dennaton Games to release their gritty, top-down action game Hotline Miami. The two previously teamed up for Keyboard Drumset Fucking Werewolf. The game is set in the "neon-soaked underground of 1980s Miami," with "over 20 multiscreen levels with 35 unique weapons and collect 25 game-altering masks in one of the


Ban on Galaxy Tab 10.1 sale upheld, on HTC Android phone import denied
A Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (left) and Apple iPad 2 (right) Ryan Paul Apple has had one win and one setback this week in its patent battle against Android. The International Trade Commission denied Apple's attempt to obtain an emergency ban on the import of a number of HTC smartphones running Android, while a US District Court has upheld an injunction agai
Can Apple drive wireless power to the masses?
Wireless power had a big showcase moment with the Palm Pre, which featured the Touchstone inductive charging dock. But following Palm’s demise, the technology has quietly trudged along without capturing mainstream attention. But that may be poised to change. Pike Research, in a new report, forecasts the wireless market to triple in size from $4.9 billion in 2012 to $15.1 billion in 2020.  And that
More Claims of October Launch for Updated iMac Models
With Apple opting not to release updated iMac models at its Worldwide Developers Conference last month, there has been considerable debate over the timing of the next update. Several of the hardware pieces such as Ivy Bridge processors are already available to support an update, and with the last update having occurred 427 days ago the time seems ripe for new models. But one wild card has be
RIM CEO: ‘There is nothing wrong with the company’
Research In Motion Ltd Chief Executive Thorsten Heins said on Tuesday there is nothing wrong with the company as it exists now, denying the maker of BlackBerry smartphones is in a “death spiral.” Clearly they’re screwed. ∞ Read this on The Loop


Google Now is available to all AOSP-based Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs
Many of you have been clamoring to try Google Now, one of the hot new features of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Well if you are rooted and running an AOSP-based Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, you can now take it for a spin. XDA member febcv figured out that you can modify the build.prop to make it happen. Hit the break for the instructions. Instructions Open Root Explorer & navigate to /system Now Open 
Official open source iFixit app now in Google Play store
Are you the type of person who is always taking stuff apart to fix it or just out of curiousity? Are you the local “go to” person when something breaks and needs repair? If so, you may already be familiar with iFixit. If you are not familiar with iFixit, it is an online service that promises to make it easy for you to fix things yourself. They have repair guides, troubleshooting tips, and even “t
Huawei Emotion UI available for China’s Android 4.0 users
Huawei has begun pushing out its new Emotion UI for Chinese customers running Android 4.0 or higher, according to reports hitting the internet.  For anyone interested, the hardware maker has put together a website with features, details, download links, and FAQs. As of right now the only devices listed with availability are the Ascend P1E, Honor, and Ascend P1 (soon) however we expect to see all
Android 4.0 only on 11% of Android devices weeks before Jelly Bean release
The Android Developer site has just released their latest dashboard which paints a picture of operating system penetration. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was announced back in October of last year, and in the 9 months since launch has only managed to find its way onto 11% of Android devices. Frankly, that’s an abysmal figure and points to the failures of the so-called Android Update Alliance. Bu

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Summer Comfort Food: Watermelon Grilled Cheese Bites - Food
Ever heard of salt on a watermelon? It may be our Southern roots but we’ve always known watermelon tastes better with a dash of something savory, which complements and heightens the sweetness of the fruit. Well the same principle applies to our Watermelon Grilled Cheese Bites.  In place of the salt we use halloumi, a salty Greek cheese that’s firm enough to be thrown on the grill. This appe
Cheese Boards
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Tool Review: DeWalt 20V Impact Driver
My all-time favorite tool for home repair is the DeWalt 18V, half-inch, cordless drill. I like it because it drills and drives everything I need, and it’s utterly reliable and built like a tank. I’ve used it for years on a weekly basis, and it’s been loaned to friends and dragged everywhere with me. The batteries still hold their charges, and the plastic case, while battered from hundreds of use
Wall mount for CRT monitor
This instructable is about how to hang an ordinary 17" CRT monitor (which is pretty heavy) on the wall on the cheap. I had an old PC and 17" CRT monitor and wanted to use them on my small kitchen. If I put the monitor right on the table there would be too little space left for eating, etc. So I cam...By: activistContinue Reading »


aesculus parviflora, my 4th of july fireworks
I DON”T THINK THERE’S A SHRUB that I love more than bottlebrush buckeye, or Aesculus parviflora, and even in a year when everything else has been off schedule, it remembers to shoot off its own form of fireworks right around the Fourth of July. Read more about this massive, summer-blooming Southeast native and its even bigger, later-blooming cousin ‘Roger’s Strain’. As if the summertime pyrotechni
Garden Writers: Who are we Writing for and Why is it Important?
Ginny and Tammy Guest Post by Ginny Stibolt When we write online, who’s actually reading and what are we trying to accomplish? Articles for magazines (and maybe even newspapers) are easier to target, because we know the demographics of the readers. When we write in cyberspace, we have no idea who’s reading, except for those who respond. We’ve talked about the disappearing garden writing for newspa
To maintain or not to maintain
That is the question, but sometimes it depends on what type of maintenance you’re talking about. Last week, I heard many tributes to writer Nora Ephron (who died last Thursday at 71), including reprises of radio interviews where she read from her most recent books. This is from I Feel Bad About My Neck: … the amount of maintenance involving hair is genuinely overwhelming. Sometimes I think that n
my july 2012 garden chores
TAKING STOCK: That’s how my July starts in the garden–with a good, hard look at how I’m going to get things (myself?) through the usually hotter, drier weeks of high summer that lie ahead, Japanese beetles, powdery mildew and all. I’m raising the deck on the mower to a longer cut; soaking beds deeply then cleaning up their edges and topping up the mulch; and in many spots I’m being downright bruta


{Pro Insight} Choosing The Right Wedding Photographer
Hi again friends! This afternoon I have some excellent advice for you all from the ELV New York photographer Mikkel Paige about choosing the *right* photographer for you. I know it’s something that I myself struggled with, and I definitely wish I had more insight into the process! So hopefully these tips will help you all make an informed – and excellent- decision in choosing the right wedding pho
Breath-taking wedding ambiance
Breath-taking wedding ambiance
Hill Country Wedding at Driftwood Estate Winery by A L Collective
Texas and rustic elegance go hand in hand. They’re like campfires and s’mores; both equally awesome on their own but so much better together. And while we’re at it, another great combo can be found in the peachy florals of  Unexpected Elements, the vineyard filled backdrop of Driftwood Estate Winery and all the lovely imagery captured by A L Collective. It’s an ode to the perfect Texas wedding and
The Scents of Summer
Need a new fragrance for the steamy, blissful months ahead? These bottles, hitting shelves now, are sure to weather them brilliantly and leave you smelling fresh as a ...

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Jobs growth seen picking up in June
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Employers likely increased hiring in June, but not by enough to dispel concerns that the economy is losing steam.
Las aerolíneas estudian recargar los billetes comprados antes de julio
Los pasajeros que compraron sus billetes de avión antes de julio para volar este verano se enfrentan a un recargo inesperado. Las aerolíneas estudian repercutir la subida de las tasas aeroportuarias a esos billetes, aunque los vuelos sean posteriores a la entrada en vigor de las nuevas tarifas, el pasado día 1 de julio. Compañías como Vueling, Ryanair y Air Berlín han anunciado que cobrarán la dif
Vous avez trop bu, ces urinoirs vous parlent
Dans un souci de sécurité routière, l'Etat du Michigan s'apprête à installer des boitiers parlants dans les toilettes masculines de 200 bars. Une voix de femme y demande aux buveurs de ne pas prendre le volant saouls.
3D art comes alive in China – in pictures
From interacting with an angel to clinging to a cliff face, spectators are encouraged to get involved with the lifelike images at the Magic Art Special Exhibition of China at Hangzhou Peace International Exhibition and Conference Centre

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