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In the era of Big Data, your zip code is a window into what you can afford to buy, but it also reveals how you spend time — and, in essence, who you are. That's according to software company Esri, which mapped zip codes across the United States and linked them to one...

source: The Atlantic

Some 22 buildings in Vancouver use hot waste-water to power two of their biggest energy hogs: Room-heating and hot-water systems. It’s like having one giant furnace and hot-water heater for the whole neighborhood. Now, Vancouver’s experiment is about to take...

source: Citiscope

The communication company Orange’s new Future Self tool takes a picture of your face, “ages” you by 20 years and then lets you chat with your 2034 self. The single best way to make predictions about what you’re going to want in the future isn’t...

source: The New York Times

institute/ The University of Texas, Dallas and the Dallas Museum of Art have announced a new research institute for art history that is the first of its kind in the U.S. When it is inaugurated on October 29, the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History (so named for...

source: In the Air Art News & Gossip

The Southern Food and Beverage Museum. Of course. It sounds so inevitable, you might assume it's existed since time immemorial: A museum to celebrate the food and drink of the American South, to enshrine barbecue and grits, showcase...

source: NPR

After two consecutive years of cuts in the French government’s budget for cultural institutions, the country’s museums are sharpening their wits. This week, the Louvre launched its latest crowdfunding campaign, with the aim of raising €1 million to help...

source: Artnet News


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