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CultureFly’s World’s Finest Box is Loaded With Batman and Batman Accessories

Most of the subscription boxes we look at on Geek.com are monthly packages. They come with a handful of neat things for $20 to $35. Loot Crate and the ThinkGeek Capsule both fall […] The post CultureFly’s World’s Finest Box

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“Call Me by Your Name”: An Erotic Triumph 

Luca Guadagnino’s latest film is emotionally acute and overwhelmingly sensual. Go to Source

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Daily Cartoon: Friday, November 24th

Liana Finck’s Daily Cartoon makes a mistake in a recipe. Go to Source

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Black Friday sale – Disrupt Berlin tickets are buy-one-get-one free for one day only

 We here at TechCrunch love a good holiday sale as much as the next person — maybe even more. So, we’re jumping on the Black Friday bandwagon to offer an outstanding deal on Disrupt Berlin tickets. Today only, we’re going

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Spacex heading to 40 launches per year without including Spacex internet satellite launches

Spacenews has an interview with Spacex CEO Gwynne Shotwell. Here are the highlights. * Spacex will increase 2018 launches by 50% to up to 30 launches over 2017 and then go to 30-40 launches per year. Those will not include

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Tom Baker returns to Dr Who to complete lost episode

The Fourth Dr Who, Tom Baker, returns to film new footage to complete Shada, an episode that was abandoned due to a BBC strike. Baker last appeared as the Doctor in 1981, when the character regenerated and the role was

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Revolut now has a million customers for its banking alternative

 Fintech startup Revolut has reached a big milestone. The company now has over a million customers across Europe two years and a half after launch. The company says that customers have saved $160 million in foreign exchange fees compared to

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Want longer-lasting roads? Just add graphene

It’s getting to the point where it seems like adding a dash of graphene can improve just about anything. The latest example is something you probably wouldn’t expect to benefit from the addition of the wonder material – asphalt. While

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Want longer-lasting roads? Just add graphene

It’s getting to the point where it seems like adding a dash of graphene can improve just about anything. The latest example is something you probably wouldn’t expect to benefit from the addition of the wonder material – asphalt. While

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Photo gallery: Inside Awards 2017 bring out the world’s best interiors

As a sister event to last week’s World Architecture Festival, the Inside World Interior Festival draws together designers from around the world in celebration of indoor spaces. One part of the event is the Inside Awards, which examines submissions across

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Photo gallery: Inside Awards 2017 bring out the world’s best interiors

As a sister event to last week’s World Architecture Festival, the Inside World Interior Festival draws together designers from around the world in celebration of indoor spaces. One part of the event is the Inside Awards, which examines submissions across

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Gallery: Waterstudio makes a splash with floating architectural visions

For the last 13 years, Dutch Architect Koen Olthuis has been designing floating structures at his firm Waterstudio. His spectacular visions for reimagining urban environments has resulted in over 200 floating buildings around the world. Let’s dive in and take

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Gallery: Waterstudio makes a splash with floating architectural visions

For the last 13 years, Dutch Architect Koen Olthuis has been designing floating structures at his firm Waterstudio. His spectacular visions for reimagining urban environments has resulted in over 200 floating buildings around the world. Let’s dive in and take

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The Moto Z’s Alexa Smart Speaker is mostly useless

 The Moto Z is a phone built around a strong gimmick, but it’s a gimmick nonetheless. A little over a year after release, the company has added some interesting Mods to its selection, but none have offered an entirely compelling

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Soft robotic device gives the heart a one-sided squeeze

Often in cases of failing hearts, it’s actually one side of the heart that doesn’t work properly. A ventricular assistive device (VAD) is sometimes implanted, to help pump blood through the ventricle (chamber) on that side of the heart. There

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Soft robotic device gives the heart a one-sided squeeze

Often in cases of failing hearts, it’s actually one side of the heart that doesn’t work properly. A ventricular assistive device (VAD) is sometimes implanted, to help pump blood through the ventricle (chamber) on that side of the heart. There

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Thanksgiving e-commerce sales pass $1.5B, up 17% year-on-year

 Black Friday, the day after a quiet Thanksgiving Thursday, traditionally has been thought of as the start of the holiday sales season, but the rise of e-commerce in the last few years has changed all that, and the action is

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Female Friendship Takes Center Stage in Emily Mann’s ’20th Century Blues’

Emily Mann’s new Broadway show, ’20th Century Blues,’ tells the story of four friends whose lives have been captured in a series of yearly photographs.

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What We Can Learn From Nat Geo Wild’s ‘Savage Kingdom’

Seeing animals hunt prey, fight to provide food to their family and communicate with one another—these are all such familiar human instincts.

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Construction of the world’s biggest Li-ion battery completed

Back in March, Tesla’s Elon Musk promised to have a proposed battery storage system at the Hornsdale Wind Farm in South Australia up and running within 100 days, or he’d foot the bill. The project clock started ticking in September

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