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  3. Bermuda Triangle: Sam Raimi (above) is in talks to direct a movie about the Bermuda Triangle. The most recent script was written by the team of Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard, whose previous credits include The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. Two other projects are also in development about the region, known for the mysterious disappearance of planes and ships. [Heat Vision] Jurassic World 2: Veteran character actor James Cromwell (Still Mine, above) has joined the cast of Jurassic World 2. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are reprising their roles, but no other character details have been released so far. The sequel begins filming later this month, aiming for theatrical release on June 22, 2018, under the direction of J.A. Bayona... Read More View the full article
  4. Title: Feel Me Artist: d.I.M.. Style: Progressive House Label: Black Delta Records Listen to the release here and get your own copy! Available Now From: iTunes Beatport Traxsource Junodownload DJTunes DJShop Thank you for your Support!
  5. The woolly mammoth is long extinct, but it’s beginning to look like they might make a comeback – or a comeback of sorts, as a hybrid elephant genetically edited to display many mammoth traits. A team of Harvard researchers presented their progress in making this happen at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s yearly meeting this week, and according to… Read More View the full article
  6. Thailand-based casual game studio Playlab has turned investor after it invested $1 million into Cupcake Entertainment, a Brazil-based game-maker. The deal is a little different to the usual in that it is not an equity investment, instead Playlab and Cupcake have agreed to a profit share deal. Cupcake started producing games in 2014, and its current titles include Letters Of Gold and Words… Read More View the full article
  7. Vending machines have long been the backbone of the snacking society. Found in offices across the nation, they're an enticing box of happiness, where the only thing separating you from your peanut M&M craving is a plastic window and $0.85. Smart, east, and convenient. It's already the perfect device, so how could you possibly improve it? How about by adding some damn champagne? SEE ALSO: Tour some of the smartest hotel rooms in Las Vegas Someone did just that. Oh hell yeah, baby! Image: bryan bedder/getty images The machine, the first of its kind in the U.S., is currently open to guests at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas and is stocked with 320 mini bottles of Moet’s Imperial Brut and Imperial Rose champagne, according to an article by Travel & Leisure. However, before you can get a bottle of that sweet, sweet drink, you must first prove you're 21 and buy a special, Moet logo emblazoned $20 gold coin from the front desk. Read more... More about Vending Machines, Champagne, Las Vegas, Watercooler, and WatercoolerView the full article
  8. Bob Dylan’s new triple-album Triplicate, comprising new takes on American standards, continues his fascination with the work of Frank Sinatra. The album announcement came with his version of “I Could Have Told You,” and now we have his reimagining of “My One and Only Love,” as Stereogum points out. Listen to it below. The album’s out March 31 via Columbia. Read “8 Standards Albums Actually Worth Hearing” on the Pitch. View the full article
  9. Meal kit delivery startups, at this point, are nothing new. They send pre-measured ingredients in an insulated package right to a subscriber’s door, and promise to alleviate the inconvenience of grocery trips. One company in this burgeoning channel of food retail, Sun Basket, has just raised $15 million in a Series C round of venture funding to put a health-conscious twist on the meal… Read More View the full article
  10. It's time for Snapchat to convince Wall Street and the world why they should be worth more than $20 billion — and here's a look at their secret 35-minute video that's meant to do just that. The video is part of Snap's "roadshow" — a tradition in which companies about to go public visit with investors and analysts to drum up interest. The video is under password protection, but Mashable found a way in and we're here to tell you what you need to know. Let's break down what's in the video: 'Snap is a camera company' CEO Evan Spiegel starts off the 35-minute video by describing where Snapchat fits in. Snapchat for the last year has been referring to itself publicly as a camera company. Read more... More about Business, Evan Spiegel, Snap Ipo, Snap Inc, and Snapchat DiscoverView the full article
  11. Millions of people have been captivated by a 5-year-old girl's views on feminism, which she shared during an appearance on the Channel 4 show The Secret Life of 5 Year Olds. Eva didn't hold back when she explained her thoughts on gender equality. For starters, Eva thinks it's really important for girls to go to work and to vote. And, she's got no time for anyone who thinks that anything's off limits for girls. When fellow 5-year-old, Jude, says girls can't be scientists because "they make silly potions," Eva has a pretty kickass response: "I extracted the DNA from a banana once." "Boys aren't better than girls," says Eva. "They're exactly the same." Go, Eva! Read more... More about Gender Equality, Lifestyle, Family Parenting, Feminism, and Children View the full article
  12. Instead of acting like a traditional publishing site, DriveTribe has woven social media deep into the infrastructure of what it does. This is a site slightly reminiscent of Pinterest, but with the look and feel of a good-looking publishing site. It features “Tribes” hosted by the three celebrities, along with invited stars, bloggers, writers and videographers, who generate and… Read More View the full article
  13. Stormzy has performed a version of Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo opener “Ultralight Beam” in session with BBC Radio 1’s Clara Amfo, as the Fader points out. Backed by gospel singers and a live band, Stormzy added his own verses to the track, concluding, “This is what it sounds like when south London meets salvation.” Listen here at 2:14:30. Introducing the cover, he said, “I love the message of the song. I love the musicality of the song. It’s one of my favorite songs.” “Ultralight Beam” was Pitchfork’s #1 song of 2016. Stormzy’s debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer, is out next Friday. Read Pitchfork’s Rising interview with the MC. Watch the video for “Big for Your Boots”: View the full article
  14. Nvidia’s business is increasingly the business of artificial intelligence, and its latest partnership fits with that new role. The graphics processing maker is supplying the Tokyo Institute of Technology for the GPUs that will power its new AI supercomputer, which will be the fastest of its kind in Japan once completed. Nvidia Tesla P100 GPUs, which use Pascal processing architecture,… Read More View the full article
  15. President Donald Trump held his first solo press conference on Thursday and the results were, to quote the always eloquent Fox News: "Wow, alright-y then." Naturally, Trump's presser provided plenty for Stephen Colbert to discuss during his Thursday night Late Show monologue. For example: "To be honest, I inherited a mess," Trump said of his transition into the White House, to which Colbert responded: "No, you inherited a fortune, we elected a mess." Solid burn, Stephen. Game of Thrones fan does an ultra geeky deep dive into death New rendition of Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You' tells the story of every engineering student This mac 'n' cheese donut covered in Cheetos dust will probably kill you Heroic pet squirrel attacks burglar who breaks into owner's home Read more... More about Tv, Entertainment, Watercooler, Watercooler, and VideoView the full article
  16. Radiohead have announced the support acts for their European tour. James Blake will join the band in Italy, while Junun, Jonny Greenwood’s project with Shye Ben Tzur and the Rajasthan Express, will support in Oslo, Stockholm, Dublin, and Manchester. (Pitchfork has emailed Greenwood’s representatives to confirm whether he’ll be part of the performance.) Oliver Coates will also play the Manchester show. Revisit Pitchfork’s feature “Internet Explorers: The Curious Case of Radiohead’s Online Fandom”and interview with Greenwood and Shy Ben Tzur. Watch Radiohead’s performance video for “The Numbers”: View the full article
  17. Can an album look inward and out at the same time? Dave Longstreth thinks so, and he’s just made one that proves it. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist at the core of Dirty Projectors, Longstreth is known to indie-rock fans for his knotty compositions and high-flown concepts. In 2009... View the full article
  18. To what lengths would you go to ensure your best friend's happiness? SEE ALSO: This salty reaction GIF is the internet's new favorite meme Presleigh Dawsyn discovered the answer to this important question while out on a first date and realised the extraordinary lengths her BFF went through to ensure it all went smoothly. Dawsyn tweeted the following text message and photographs to illustrate what true friendship should look like. when your best friend wants to make sure your first date goes well — dawsyn eubanks (@presleighdawsyn) February 16, 2017 During her date, Dawsyn received a text from her best friend Georgia. Read more... More about Funny, Date, Best Friends, Twitter, and Uk View the full article
  19. Once known for its elaborate lake systems, Bangalore, also known as India's Silicon Valley, has been reeling under the pressure of increasing population and pollution. And all this culminated into "Smoke on the water" followed by fire in the lake on early Thursday evening. This however, is not the first time the city's frothy lakes have witnessed the phenomenon but its scale was unprecedented. SEE ALSO: Thousands of dead fish surface at Bengaluru's Ulsoor Lake Dense smoke emerged from the middle of Bellandur lake on Thursday, catching fire soon afterwards. The smoke was so dense that it took the fire department hours to locate the source, and get access to the spot, according to a report on The Hindu. Read more... More about Bangalore, Lake, Froth, India, and WorldView the full article
  20. Workers at British supermarkets are just the best, aren't they? This has been proven true so many times recently. SEE ALSO: Woman at checkout reacts to girl's anxiety attack in the best possible way This time, a Tesco employee was praised by the mother of a child with autism for asking her son if he'd to scan his mum's shopping. The child's mother, ‎Emma Louise Passmore, posted a touching thank you message on the Tesco Facebook page: "I just want to say what fantastic service we received from a lady called Carol on the checkouts at around 8.30pm last night. Our son is autistic and suffers from sensory processing disorder making shopping almost impossible. We decided to try going later in the evening hoping he would cope better. Hence why he is in his pjs [pyjamas]." Read more... More about Tesco Mobile, Supermarket, Boy, Autism, and Tesco View the full article
  21. As illustrated by the ruling handed down against ISP Bredbandsbolaget by the country’s Patent and Market Court of Appeal this week, piracy is still considered a big problem in Sweden. Despite better access to legal services such as Spotify and Netflix, some citizens still prefer to get their fix from pirate sites. Whether that’s via The Pirate Bay and torrents or newer streaming-based portals, piracy is still a popular route for obtaining media. According to figures just released by media industry consultants Mediavision, in January 2017 almost a quarter of all Swedes aged between 15 and 74 admitted either streaming or downloading movies from ‘pirate’ sites during the past month. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the tendency to do so is greater among the young. More than half of 15 to 24-year-olds said they’d used a torrent or streaming site during December. When concentrating that down to only young men in the same age group, the figure leaps to 70% Mediavision has been tracking the piracy habits of Scandinavians since 2010 and actually reports an overall increase in piracy over the past seven years. However, piracy levels have remained relatively static during the past three years, with roughly 25% of citizens admitting to engaging in the practice. The company, which previously reported on the activities of Popcorn Time users, says that illegal consumption of media is far more prevalent in Sweden than in the neighboring Nordic countries of Norway, Denmark and Finland. “The ruling against Bredbandsbolaget is a big thing in this context,” says Natalia Borelius, Project Manager at Mediavision. “The measures taken to date, with, for example, shutting down illegal websites, has been shown to have limited effect on illegal consumption. In Finland and Denmark, where site blocking has been in place for years, piracy is less than half as prevalent as in Sweden.” As a result of this week’s decision, rightsholders now have the opportunity to obtain injunctions against all Swedish Internet service providers, barring them from providing customer access to not only The Pirate Bay, but other allegedly infringing sites worldwide. While this may have some effect on the habits of casual pirates, it remains to be seen how the masses respond. Blocking a couple of sites via one ISP certainly won’t have the desired effect, a conclusion supported by various studies (1, 2). Expect more blocking then, sooner rather than later. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services. View the full article
  22. Since the Star Wars: Episode VIII title dropped in January, fans all over the word have one pressing question in their mind: Is The Last Jedi singular or plural? SEE ALSO: Daisy Ridley won't even tell freakin' Judi Dench what 'The Last Jedi' means If the title is singular, you can assume that The Last Jedi refers to Luke Skywalker. Or maybe Rey? Who knows. If it's plural, it might refer to Luke and Rey. Nobody really knows. However, the official Italian Star Wars Facebook and Twitter account have posted what appears to be a major hint to the real meaning of The Last Jedi. It translated the title to "Gli ultimi Jedi", which unequivocally refers to more than one Jedi: Read more... More about Facebook, Twitter, Italy, Star Wars, and The Last JediView the full article
  23. Twitter's number one priority in the last couple of months has been combatting abuse on the platform. In November, the company launched a set of measures to get rid of trolls, including a "mute" button that helps users filter out unwanted conversations. In early February, Twitter announced a new "safe search" feature that blocks potentially offensive tweets. And earlier this week, the company stopped notifying people when they were added to lists — though that change was reversed within hours. SEE ALSO: Twitter's backend is breaking under Trump's tweets Now, Twitter announced it will no longer notify users about replies to threads started by accounts they've blocked or muted — unless those replies are from people they already follow. Read more... More about Anti Abuse, Abuse, Twitter, Social Media, and Twitter View the full article
  24. Donald Trump's activity on Twitter makes headlines for all sorts of reasons. The latest post raising eyebrows is a photo op in the Oval Office. SEE ALSO: The one photo that shows exactly why women are fighting Trump After signing legislation to end an Obama coal mining rule, which protected waters from mining waste, the US president was pictured smiling with his staff as they give a thumbs up to the camera. People on Twitter were quick to note that everyone in the photo was white and there was just one woman: Oh my fucking Christ in a Pilates — Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) February 17, 2017 Read more... More about Donald Trump, Politics And Government, Politics, Environmental Issues, and DiversityView the full article
  25. Will we see a Cash Money reunion this weekend? the full article
  26. As Spotify continues its reign as the world’s biggest consumer music streaming business, a startup from its backyard in Stockholm (and even backed by Spotify itself) has raised a large growth round to take a leading place in providing music streaming services to businesses. Soundtrack Your Brand, started by an ex-Spotify executive and one of the co-founders of Beats (now part of… Read More View the full article
  27. Chris Brown's ban at Drais' Nightclub has been lifted. the full article
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