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In Amsterdam, The Things Network (TTN) is planning to build a global open crowdsourced Internet of Things data network, and work is well underway. In a period of just 6 weeks, Amsterdam was transformed into a city-wide accessible network — [and] it has been entirely...

source: Springwise

It sounds like a politician's dream: a machine that can tell you exactly what to say to change a voter's mind. Well, that's what a political scientist has come up with — at least, a first tentative step in that direction. Using...

source: NPR

What if you knew exactly what to say over email to get someone to like you? When to insert a smiley face, when to get to the point, when to flirt? A service called Crystal offers a cheat sheet for email finesse. Crystal...

source: Gizmodo

An artist-in-residence programme at the National Media Museum in Bradford is exploring what museum objects would sound like if they were turned into music. Vicky Clarke and David Birchall, collectively known as Noise Orchestra, have created an experimental sound laboratory...

source: Museums Association MP

On Sept. 26, in his little hometown of Winstead, Conn., [Ralph] Nader opened his museum to tort law. It's a lot more clever and fun than you might expect. Cartoon panels tell the story of landmark cases, like Sioux City & Pacific v. Stout, in which a railroad company...

source: Credit.com

The Phillips Collection and the University of Maryland have announced a new partnership to promote innovation and scholarship in the arts. The two institutions have worked together on exhibits and events before, but [this week] marks the beginning of a major six-year collaboration....

source: Washingtonian


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