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31 Jan 2017

The Best VR From Sundance 2017

Whatever problems virtual reality had in 2016, the industry also laid important groundwork, and it’s starting to pay off — particularly at the experimental New Frontier showcase of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

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19 Dec 2016

‘Serial,’ ‘Lore,’ ‘Still Processing’: The Atlantic’s 50 Best Podcasts of 2016

Gone are the days of explaining what a podcast is: The arrival of money to the form and a continued increase in listeners has led to another banner year and the premiere of hundreds of shows to suit any listener’s audio preferences. Whether it’s entrepreneurial advice, video game breakdowns, or candid looks at celebrities, if […]

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12 Dec 2016

Adidas Shoes Made From Ocean Plastic Are Finally Here

Adidas latest running shoe is subtle and soft-looking, with stitching that evokes the sea. Its also made almost entirely from plastic recovered from the ocean.Last year, Adidas teased a prototypeof a shoe that it was working on with the intent of playing a small role in cleaning up the oceans and adjust its supply chain […]

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15 Nov 2016

Daniel Avery Debuts DJ-Kicks Mix on !K-7 Records

WHO: Daniel Avery WHAT: DJ-Kicks WHERE: Lot 613, 613 Imperial St. , Los Angeles, California (323) 464-7300 Daniel Avery DJ-Kicks !K-7 Records By John-Paul Shiver The essential proof is in the pudding scenario for all great art is that the anticipation and duration of time leading up to being taken on a journey, is the ability to loose track of […]

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14 Nov 2016

Amazon Japan Releases Special Manga-focused eReader

Japanese comics, called manga, are hugely popular. Although you probably knew that, you probably don’t know the extent of it. In 2015, Japan’s bestselling manga series, One Piece, sold more than 14 million copies. It helps that the format runs a hugely broad spectrum of topics; they’re not just action-packed comics aimed at children but […]

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10 Nov 2016

Korean Rapper Keith Ape’s “Let Us Prey”– A Seaworld Protest Anthem

Since the 90s, many Korean artists have established their careers by echoing early American hip-hop, with many achieving substantial commercial success by fusing rap bars with the infectious, radio-friendly sounds of K-pop. Fueled by the potency of social media and youth internet culture, these artists have been amassing global recognition thanks to their experimental street-meets-east […]

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