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Miami photographer Michael Zimmerer photographs the post-snowstorm Midwest.
Ballo plugs right into your smartphone for on-the-go tunes at high volume.
Artist Matt Kenyon exploits a common optical illusion in Supermajor, a commentary on the oil industry’s abundance and waste.
The Noun Project teamed up with the Red Cross Global Disaster Preparedness Center to design a set of icons for communicating during disaster situations.
Gigfi’s streaming playlists let you audition all the acts slated to play at your favorite venues.
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Test results become far easier to process, since they’re visual.
Forget lakes, rivers, states, and capitals--this map just shows people. All of 'em.
It’s Lego’s first major update to their programmable line of robots in six years--a redesign to be more social, connected, and approachable for kids and adults alike.
This year’s Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging competition netted some fascinating images, including a video that won top honors--a first for the awards.