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thenextweb:

Using Google’s latest design language, this ‘Google Time’ concept by Adrian Maciburko is a nice idea for a super-simple take on the kinds of features such a device might have, including voice and touch interfaces. (via Look at how great a Google smartwatch could be - The Next Web)

How awesome would this be? A watch used to search for anything.

parislemon:

thenextweb:

Using Google’s latest design language, this ‘Google Time’ concept by Adrian Maciburko is a nice idea for a super-simple take on the kinds of features such a device might have, including voice and touch interfaces. (via Look at how great a Google smartwatch could be - The Next Web)

How awesome would this be? A watch used to search for anything.

STYLE of today

STYLE of today

Real Artist Ships!

Real Artist Ships!

Happy New Year 2013

I need a new car!

parislemon:

Jason Kincaid on his time at TechCrunch (which yielded him the awesome piece of art above):

My initial instinct was to shrug it off with an ‘aw, shucks’ — after all, I’d only done what any self-respecting geek would do in the face of such awesomeness. But it also made me reflect a bit on my time at TechCrunch. Few people get the chance, as I did, to stand on a platform that high and point at neat stuff and have it make a significant impact on peoples’ lives. When I was still writing for TC that influence was something I tried not to dwell on — it made me anxious — but in hindsight it just makes me feel remarkably lucky.

parislemon:

Jason Kincaid on his time at TechCrunch (which yielded him the awesome piece of art above):

My initial instinct was to shrug it off with an ‘aw, shucks’ — after all, I’d only done what any self-respecting geek would do in the face of such awesomeness. But it also made me reflect a bit on my time at TechCrunch. Few people get the chance, as I did, to stand on a platform that high and point at neat stuff and have it make a significant impact on peoples’ lives. When I was still writing for TC that influence was something I tried not to dwell on — it made me anxious — but in hindsight it just makes me feel remarkably lucky.

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parislemon:

Man of Steel — I think we’re ready.

pitchfork:

Ryan Dombal reviews the 2xLP reissue of D’Angelo’s Voodoo.

pitchfork:

Ryan Dombal reviews the 2xLP reissue of D’Angelo’s Voodoo.

"I didn’t say that entirely. I said partly."

- Larry Page, when asked by Fortune’s Miguel Helft if he really felt like Apple’s (and specifically Steve Jobs’) declaration of war against Android was just for show. (via parislemon)

"WHEN THINGS BECOME TOO POPULAR,THEY ALWAYS FADE TO SOMETHING ELSE"

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KARL LAGERFELD

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