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Requiem for a Dream: Drugs Are Bad, Mmmkay?

Sep 15, 1:30AM

Requiem for a Dream: Drugs Are Bad, Mmmkay?

When I saw Black Swan, I thought to myself "welp, I guess I'm a Darren Aronofsky fan now." And when I saw The Wrestler, I was sure. So when Requiem for a Dream finally came to Netflix Instant earlier this month, I completely was out of excuses to not watch it. Man this movie is good. Man it makes me feel bad.

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Pavement: 5-4=Unity

Sep 15, 12:30AM

I'm something of an uncultured swine when it comes to jazz, so weird little Pavement songs are about as close as I get to the real stuff. That being said, "5-4=Unity" is just tops for a swine like me, and maybe you'll dig it too.

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The First 3D-Printed Gun Is Already in a Museum

Sep 14, 11:20PM

The First 3D-Printed Gun Is Already in a Museum

It was only a few months ago that the first fully 3D-printed gun was successfully fired. And it's already made its way to a museum's permanent collection. Not bad for a youngun'.

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Oh snap!

Sep 14, 10:56PM

Oh snap! Looks like Siri is technically (and quietly) leaving beta with the rollout of iOS 7.

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What It's Like to Spend a Year in the Beautiful Wastes of Antarctica

Sep 14, 10:10PM

Antarctica is an isolated, frigid desert of ice and snow. It's practically another planet. And it can be staggeringly beautiful. Ian Hey did something most of us would never dream of and spent a year there. This is what it was like.

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Every Original Star Trek Episode as a Vintage Movie Poster

Sep 14, 9:00PM

Every Original Star Trek Episode as a Vintage Movie Poster

So Into Darkness was fun, but there's nothing quite like the classics that started the whole thing off. If you're into them, Juan Ortiz has a treat for you: each of the original 80 episodes as a righteous vintage poster.

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Boeing Designed and Built This Slick VTOL Drone In Just 27 Days

Sep 14, 8:03PM

DARPA's always working on a bunch of crazy projects, whether it's to find the next insane robot hero, or just Star Wars robot arms. On their long list of wants is an unmanned "X-Plane" that can do vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) like the dope-ass F-35B. Boeing whipped up this slick contest entry in 27 days.

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What's the Most Massive File on Your Hard Drive Right Now?

Sep 14, 7:00PM

What's the Most Massive File on Your Hard Drive Right Now?

Cloud storage is great and all, but sometimes you've just gotta download. Sometimes, you've just gotta download something huge. Back in the days of dial-up, a couple hundred MB would take eons to bring down, but now we can play with way bigger files. What's the most massive one you have sitting on your hard drive right now?

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Two New iPhones, Aluminum Airships of the Future, Spacetoad, And More

Sep 14, 6:00PM

Two New iPhones, Aluminum Airships of the Future, Spacetoad, And More

We got not one but two new iPhone this week. That's a pretty big deal, but it's just the tip of this week's awesome-story iceberg. Dive in!

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Scientists Made a "Terminator" Polymer That Can Heal Itself Like Magic

Sep 14, 5:04PM

We might not be able to build a liquid metal T-1000 killing machine yet, but we just took a huge step towards building a plastic one. Scientists have managed to develop a new polymer that—when cut in half—can heal all by itself. Pretty awesome trick.

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Eric Schmidt Says Government Surveillance Is Just Part of Our Society

Sep 14, 4:25PM

Eric Schmidt Says Government Surveillance Is Just Part of Our Society

Since the whole PRISM thing blew up, and dozens of other Snowden revelations followed it, there's been a lot of talk about government spying—foreign stuff and domestic survellience—and what these revelations mean. According to Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt, not much; this is just part of our society now.

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Explore the World's Best Museums Without Leaving Your Living Room

Sep 14, 3:00PM

Explore the World's Best Museums Without Leaving Your Living Room

So what if you live nowhere near cultural epicenters like Paris, London, or New York? In this day and age, the wonders of human creation and artistic expression are never more than a few mouse clicks away.

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Netflix Checks With Pirates to Decide Which Shows to Buy

Sep 14, 2:08PM

Netflix Checks With Pirates to Decide Which Shows to Buy

The hardest part of beating piracy is finding a way to compete with free. Netflix does it by making things dumb easy, that and purposefully picking up shows that are popular with pirates.

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Watch This Historic Theater Transform Into The World's Largest IMAX

Sep 14, 1:06PM

Seeing an IMAX movie is impressive, sure, but what's even more impressive is watching an IMAX theater get built. The world's largest no less. It's a feat.

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Here's the First Short Film Made Entirely from Vines

Sep 14, 5:00AM

You could say that every Vine is a six-second short film but Airbnb stitched together a hundred Vines to tell one story. Yes, there are some jump cuts and stop motion involved. Yes, there is an inspirational soundtrack. And yes, it's actually pretty good.

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The Weirdest Thing on the Internet Tonight: COMO PERDER

Sep 14, 4:00AM

Natural Born Killers combine with Argentinean punk rock in Ariel Belziti's meticulously, impressively hand-drawn, albeit unofficial, music video for the Utopians Como Perder ("Like Losing").

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Watch iOS 6 Morph Into iOS 7 in One GIF

Sep 14, 3:00AM

Watch iOS 6 Morph Into iOS 7 in One GIF

Things are going to change once iOS 7 hits your iPhone next week. Doesn't matter if you're buying the new iPhone 5C or 5S or not, all those icons you've gotten used to will morph into brighter, flatter and larger versions of what you know. Best part about this GIF though? Scott Forstall's creepy smile morphing into Jony Ive's stone cold staredown. YOU WILL LIKE IOS 7. [GadgetLove]

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This Week's Top Comedy Video: iPhone 5F

Sep 14, 2:00AM

This Week's Top Comedy Video: iPhone 5F

The iPhone 5C not cheap enough for you? Funny or Die says Apple should make a legitimately crappy phone called the iPhone 5F. All it does is play snake, tether, charge without a lightning cable and let you use your friend's iPhones. You wanted cheap, right?

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Can You Spot the Photographs Hiding in Plain Sight?

Sep 14, 1:00AM

It's not too difficult to find the still photographs in this video but some seem to pop up and surprise you when you'd least suspect it. This short little video created by mustardcuffins shows photographs that "skim across the skin of reality". Awesome concept. [mustardcuffins]

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Most Beautiful Items: September 6 - 13, 2013

Sep 14, 12:00AM

Most Beautiful Items: September 6 - 13, 2013

Sometimes you have a week that's just so mind-numbingly long you just want to stare off into space. But if you're going to stare, why not gaze on interesting buildings, pieces of art, and wonders of the world of design. We've got you covered with the most beautiful items of the week.

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Create Your Own Broken Masterpieces with This Glitch Art Generator

Sep 13, 11:00PM

Create Your Own Broken Masterpieces with This Glitch Art Generator

Glitch art is sort of like the internet's code-heavy version of graffiti. While graffiti writers climb walls to get their tag in impossible spots, glitch artists dig deep into code to create chaotic results. It used to require programming skills, but thanks to this new DIY site, just a few mouse clicks will do.

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A Railroad-Mounted "Printer" That Covers Its Tracks in Laser Graffiti

Sep 13, 10:20PM

If you live in San Francisco, you may have seem some otherworldly lights radiating from the train tracks near your house this summer. If so, you can take off your tin foil hat: It was just the latest project of Aaron Koblin, the Creative Director of Google's Data Arts Team, and director Ben Tricklebank.

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The FBI Just Admitted to Hacking Into the Tor Network

Sep 13, 9:55PM

The FBI Just Admitted to Hacking Into the Tor Network

Just over a month after reports of a malware attack on the anonymous Tor network, the FBI told an Irish court that it was behind the shenanigans. But don't worry, it was for a good cause.

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This Week in Time Capsules: Best Capsule Ever Leaves the Solar System

Sep 13, 9:48PM

This Week in Time Capsules: Best Capsule Ever Leaves the Solar System

This week we have a message in a bottle which could be the oldest ever found, 1970s microfilm that was hidden inside a missile in Kansas, and the single coolest (and furthest traveled) time capsule ever assembled.

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Can Kenya's Hidden Aquifer Prevent a Water War?

Sep 13, 9:40PM

Can Kenya's Hidden Aquifer Prevent a Water War?

This week's jaw-dropping news that a massive aquifer has been discovered beneath Kenya conjured up all sorts of visions of the desert instantly greening like a Chia Pet. But it's not as easy as digging a well—the aquifer opens up a whole other set of political and environmental issues that face the African nation.

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