1. "Hard to tell, really."

    parislemon:

    Clay Shirky on the death of newspapers:

    When the Tribune Company recently got rid of their newspapers, the New York Times ran the story under a headline “The Tribune Company’s publishing unit is being spun off, as the future of print remains unclear.”

    The future of print remains what? Try to imagine a world where the future of print is unclear: Maybe 25 year olds will start demanding news from yesterday, delivered in an unshareable format once a day. Perhaps advertisers will decide “Click to buy” is for wimps. Mobile phones: could be a fad. After all, anything could happen with print. Hard to tell, really.

    It is sort of humorous/sad how reluctant most publications are to call the most obvious of spades a spade. You’d think there was bias or something.

    Yup

    Reblogged from: parislemon
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Nick Partyka, thefoxisblack.com
MUJI, Japan’s super successful minimalistic “brandless-brand” has recently released a new app, MUJI to Sleep. It boasts a series of natural sounds to help induce a sound slumber, anytime, anywhere. The app is aesthetically awesome, free, boasts a…

    MUJI Lulls You to Sleep With Its Minimalistic New App
    Nick Partyka, thefoxisblack.com

    MUJI, Japan’s super successful minimalistic “brandless-brand” has recently released a new app, MUJI to Sleep. It boasts a series of natural sounds to help induce a sound slumber, anytime, anywhere. The app is aesthetically awesome, free, boasts a…

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Billy Steele, engadget.com
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    Watch this: A robot traverses the English countryside on a hoverbike
    Billy Steele, engadget.com

    Oh, that? It’s just a robot riding across the English countryside on a 1/3-scale model of a hoverbike. The folks at Malloy Aeronautics are hard at work on a similar full-sized vehicle for humans, but as part of its Kickstarter effort to rai…

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  10. xbox:

    Tons of Capcom games on sale today, including Resident Evil 4 and 5 for $6.59 each.

    Get em quick

    Reblogged from: xbox
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