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Contemporist 2014-12-27 23:30:33
Ukrainian design studio ODESD2, have created a chair named V1. From the designer Future Shock has become a shock of the present. The speed of the future advent exceeds the speed of our adaptation to changes. The unnecessary information hid houses, friends, and even the sky from us. Time as a universal value becomes more expensive and inaccessible. Efforts at the information’s sorting …


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Climate Progress 2014-12-27 20:52:08
CREDIT: shutterstock Starting next year, 15 million egg-laying hens in California and millions more providing out-of-state eggs to Californians will be required to have 70 percent more space — going from a minimum of 67 square inches each to nearly 116 square inches, about a 10.7-inch square of space per bird. California is the biggest consumer of eggs in the country, …


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BLDG BLOG 2014-12-27 19:57:00
Back in the summer of 2012, Nicola Twilley and I got to visit the headquarters of GPS, out at Fort Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado. [Image: Artist's rendering of a GPS satellite, via Wikipedia]. HOW AN ARTIFICIAL CONSTELLATION IS CONTROLLED Over the course of our roughly two-hour visit, we toured, among other things, the highly secure, windowless office room out …


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Climate Progress 2014-12-27 18:02:59
CREDIT: Courtesy of Google Just before Christmas, Google announced the “first real build” of their self-driving vehicle, a button-nosed smart car that looks like it could’ve been a friendly police officer in Disney’s Cars’ movies. Driverless cars could save thousands of lives a year in the U.S. alone and also provide significant economic and environmental advantages. But the road to these …


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WebUrbanist 2014-12-27 18:00:01
[ By WebUrbanist in Gaming & Computing & Technology. ] Facing down the difficult challenge of creating an ever-changing urban gaming environment, this digital designer went with a cheap alternative that is aesthetically compelling and could have impacts beyond cyberspace. The game, Project Sprawl, is something of a …


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BLDG BLOG 2014-12-27 17:01:00
[Image: Via the Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge]. "We will put up the mountains. We will lay out the prairie. We will cut rivers to join the lakes." So says the narrator of a nice piece of ecosystem fiction by my friend Scott Geiger published over at Nautilus. This corporate spokesperson is building virgin terrain: "all-new country, elevated and secured from …


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ArchitectureChicago PLUS 2014-12-27 14:48:00
Well, it's that time again..  The long year is at a close, and, as always, it brings with it a contagion of end-of-the-year wrap-ups, to which we now add our review of Architecture in Chicago over the past twelve months.  But rather than make our own selection, we leave it to you, dear readers.  Counting up, here are the fifteen stories …


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