ThemeBoard Will Let Designers Share Custom Keyboards On iOS 8 | TechCrunch

To that end, it’s making it as easy as possible for designers to get their work into ThemeBoard. While the data for each custom design is saved in a .plist file, designers don’t have to mess with that at all — ThemeBoard provides them a template, they put their design on top of it in whatever illustration program they like, and Taphive does all of the conversion on their end. Eventually, the startup plans to release a native keyboard designer for the Mac that will cut out other software from the process and maybe even let designers have an impact on the functionality of the keyboard as well.

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Here’s An Affordable Mid-Range Electric Bike Conversion Kit To Speed Up Your Commute | TechCrunch

The Barak Electric Bicycle Kit is a conversion kit to convert any bicycle to an electric bicycle. The kit consists of only four parts which are easily bolted onto any bicycle to convert it into an electric bicycle. The kit consists of a hub motor wheel, battery, controller and throttle. The hub motor wheel contains the motor in the center of the wheel. The whole wheel simply replaces the front …

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Microsoft will not hand over overseas email, despite order

"Microsoft will not be turning over the email and plans to appeal,” a Microsoft spokesperson told Reuters. "Everyone agrees this case can and will proceed to the appeals court. This is simply about finding the appropriate procedure for that to happen."

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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Has Raised $100M. But It's Finally Cooling Off.

The philanthropic blockbuster, which has been ubiquitous on Facebook and lured in hundreds of celebrities, has sparked millions of donations to ALS research and raised awareness of the disease. But after a month in the spotlight, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is — finally — starting to show signs of cooling down.

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White House Reboots Its Tech Staff | TechCrunch

A number of moves this week: The White House announced its intention for Danny Marti to be its new piracy guru, departing national CTO Todd Park will return to Silicon Valley, but keep working for the government, Google X’s Megan Smith is said to be a top contender for the nation’s CTO role, and former FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will sit on the Intelligence Advisory Board.

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When does giving the reader what they want turn into clickbait? It's complicated

The outrage over clickbait is really just a symptom of the change from a one-way, broadcast model of journalism to one in which we actually know what readers want to read — and it’s not always what we think they should

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Cloud Cover 151: Azure Machine Learning with Parmita Mehta (Channel 9)

In this episode  Chris Risner  and Haishi Bai  are joined by Parmita Mehta, Program Manger on the Azure Machine Learning team.  Parmita gives an overview of the new Azure Cloud Machine Learning Service.  Using the Cloud ML service, Parmita demonstrates how you can create experiments to detect patterns in data.  In the example shown, Parmita uses Cloud ML to predict family income level based off of census data.  This is tested using modules pre-built by MS Research, Xbox, and Bing!  After building and testing out an experiment, Parmita shows how easy it is to push the experiment to production as a web service which can be used to run individual tests or batches.

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How to convert AVI to DVD

So you’ve got a movie in AVI format, but you want to put it on a disc so you can watch it through your DVD player. Sounds easy, right? The only problem is that you can’t just burn an AVI file to a disc. Well, technically you can, but your DVD player wouldn’t be able to read it. So, in order to get your AVI movie to play in your DVD player, you need to convert the file into a format that your machine can understand. Below, we’ll cover an extremely simple, cross-platform method that will get the job done in just a few minutes.

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The Revival Of Semiconductor Funding | TechCrunch

Over the past few years the semiconductor funding ecosystem experienced a downturn. According to the GSA survey, there were only five Series A semiconductor funding rounds and 10 exits in 2010 in North America, Europe and Israel. Most of the VCs who invested in semiconductors shifted their focus to software startups due to higher scalability, faster time-to-exit and low cost of failure.

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SoftBank's first Sony smartphone deal takes aim at U.S. market

"I can't see this making much of a difference," said Deutsche Bank analyst Yasuo Nakane of the Sprint deal, stressing the importance of a deal with a major carrier such as Verizon Communications Inc - along with AT&T Inc one of the top two U.S. carriers - to get critical mass in that market. Sony offers an Xperia tablet through Verizon.

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Evidence Grows That Online Social Networks Have Insidious Negative Effects | MIT Technology Review

But there is growing evidence that the impact of online social networks is not all good or even benign. A number of studies have begun found evidence that online networks can have significant detrimental effects. This question is hotly debated, often with conflicting results and usually using limited varieties of subjects, such as undergraduate students.

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Pump and Dump: How to Rig the Entire IPO Market with just $20 Million

While it’s possible that one or the other startup might become the next Facebook or Google, there are only a few Facebooks and Googles, but there are many startups whose business model and permanent lack of profits will eventually bring them down to reality, either in the portfolios of retail investors, or as a write-off by the acquirers, whose shares are also stuffed into the nest eggs of retail investors. Along the way, Wall Street extracts fees from all directions. That’s the Wall Street money transfer machine. It smells like a rose when all stocks go up, but when the tide turns…. OK, that won’t ever happen.

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Sprint rings up the HTC One E8 for $100 on contract - CNET

As for color options, you can buy the HTC One E8 in either Polar White or Misty Gray with silver accents for $99 with a two-year service agreement. Alternatively, qualified Easy Pay customers can scoop up the phone for $0 down (plus tax) and 24 payments of $20.84 per month, for a grand total of $500. It's initially a Web exclusive, but Sprint said it will offer the phone in retail stores in a few weeks.

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The Verge on Twitter: Nintendo has new 3DS and 3DS XL handhelds with dual analog controls http://t.co/mrgMs34PiT http://t.co/v2IsohZJBI

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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The Top 9 Things I Want To See In Windows 9

I am the longtime Managing Editor at HotHardware.com . I am also a freelance writer whose work has been published worldwide, in a number of PC and tech-related print publications. I have been a computing and technology buff since my early childhood. Even before being exposed to the Commodore P.E.T. and later the C64 some 30 years ago, I was interested in electricity and electronics, and still have the modified AFX cars and shop-worn soldering irons to prove it. Once I got my hands on my first Commodore 64, however, computing became my passion. Throughout my academic and professional lives, I have explored virtually every major platform from the TRS-80 and Amiga, to today's high-end, multi-core servers. Over the years, I have worked in many fields related to technology and computing, including system design, assembly and sales, quality assurance testing, and technical writing.

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Tablet Growth Now Expected To Be Flat In North America And Europe This Year | TechCrunch

I think that if we had all sat around a table in mid-2013, and asked ourselves if PC sales would stabilize as quickly as they have, and tablet sales growth would slow as quickly as they have, we would have laughed at the idea. That’s not to say that tablet sales aren’t a large part of the consumer hardware market, just that they appear to one of more minor import than we might have anticipated.

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Relive your childhood with streaming site Nick Reboot - CNET

Nick Reboot streams classic Nickelodeon shows 24 hours a day. The live stream is free to watch. Shows are shown in random order; upcoming shows are listed along the bottom of the page. You can also see what's currently playing and the next two shows on tap at @nr_schedule . Click here for the full list of shows the site streams from the 1990s and early 2000s.

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Predictive First: How A New Era Of Apps Will Change The Game | TechCrunch

Over the past several decades, enterprise technology has consistently followed a trail that’s been blazed by top consumer tech brands. This has certainly been true of delivery models – first there were software CDs, then the cloud, and now all kinds of mobile apps. In tandem with this shift, the way we build applications has changed and we’re increasingly learning the benefits of taking a mobile-first approach to software development.

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With New 3DS Model, Nintendo Continues to Woo Hardcore Gamers | Game|Life | WIRED

Losing the “expanded audience” that it once courted to great effect with simplified gaming platforms—whether to mobile phone games or Disneyland—Nintendo is now, at least in the short term, pursuing the high-end consumer with products more geared to their needs. That’s more buttons, more joystick, more RPGs and more oomph.

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Vice Media sells a 10-percent stake to Disney and Hearst, valuing the company at $2.5B

Vice Media has broken off talks with Time Warner about selling a stake in the company to the cable giant, and now it has cut a deal with A&E Networks that values the new-media upstart at $2.4 billion

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Absurd Creature of the Week: The 100-Foot Sea Critter That Deploys a Net of Death | Science | WIRED

The logistics of that seem, well, a bit complicated, if not entirely awkward. There are conjoined twins in our oceans, though, that pull off something far more remarkable. These are the siphonophores, some 180 known species of gelatinous strings that can grow to 100 feet long, making them some of the longest critters on the planet. But instead of growing as a single body like virtually every other animal, siphonophores clone themselves thousands of times over into half a dozen different types of specialized cloned bodies, all strung together to work as a team—a very deadly team at that.

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Uber’s Biggest Danger Is Its Business Model, Not Bad PR | Business | WIRED

But the real peril to Uber isn’t bad PR. It’s the costs of recruiting drivers and what that says about Uber’s business model compared to those of traditional software companies. More drivers don’t equal more value added. They simply equal staying alive.

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Two reasons now might finally be the right time for iPhone to gain NFC

Every year, we hear the rumor that the next iPhone will get NFC support and this year is no exception. However, there are two important differences that could mean the time is right for NFC in the iPhone 6.

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With the Huracán, Lamborghini Finally Learns to Refine Itself | Autopia | WIRED

My test model was equipped with optional variable ratio steering, which adjusts how much force is needed to turn the wheel, but also leaves uncertainty as to how much steering input is required for proper turn-in. It has a rubbery feel that makes sticking with the standard, linear rack a no-brainer (and you’ll save you about $3,000). Compared to the Gallardo, it takes a lot more to get the Huracán sideways. But once it gives up traction, its behavior recalls the wilder side of tuning, with a quick-yawing action aided by a chassis that’s been stiffened by 50 percent and lightened by 10 percent. Halfway through a turn, things can quickly go from safe to saucy. Especially in Corsa mode, a stab of throttle lays down enough power to break the tail loose.

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Game Show Night at PAX Prime: 3 hours of hilarious filth (and prizes!)

Is your life missing a deep, soul-warping sense of depravity? Could you use a few chuckles? Enjoy game shows? Has Joystiq got the PAX panel for you! As part of a long-running tradition , our own Managing Editor, Susan Arendt, will be hosting Blankety Blank, a disgusting but hilarious take on the classic game show Match Game . Join Susan as she asks audience members to answer simple fill in the blank questions, in the hopes that their answers will match the answers of the five game industry panelists, including Russ Pitts of False Gravity, Kathleen de Vere and Graham Stark of Loading, Ready, Run, Chris Kohler of Wired and Ubisoft community manager Dan Amrich. The event begins at 9:00pm Pacific in the Hedgehog theatre at PAX. Fair warning (especially if you have kids): The panelists' answers will be filthy . Like, wash your mouth out with Borax filthy. Blankety Blank is part of a massive, three hour long super panel, Game Show Night. The whole thing kicks of at 7:00pm Pacific with Pyramid , followed by Jeopardy at 8:00pm and, finally, Blankety Blank at 9:00pm. If you're not attending PAX this weekend, you can catch all of Game Show Night on Twitch right here .

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Philippe Starck's latest bike design puts fur between your legs

Industrial designers love to be provocative almost as much as they enjoy being original. Fulfilling both briefs with a furious disregard for common sense, leading French designer Philippe Starck has this week unveiled a new range of electric bikes. Dubbed Starckbike and built by e-bike specialists Moustache , the new collection features four distinct styles, each with "specific ergonomics adapted to its terrain and field of exploration."

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Alibaba Beefs Up Cloud Business

For Alibaba, any deal with Gokuai would be a minor one financially, given the size of funding Gokuai has so far received. A funding round in January 2013 raised 40 million yuan ($6.5 million) for Gokuai. But Alibaba’s interest in Gokuai, whose storage services are somewhat similar to Box Inc. of the U.S., is the latest indication of its bigger plans in cloud computing. Gokuai’s investors include Shanghai-based venture capital firm Gobi Partners and U.S.-based Sequoia Capital. Mr. Jiang said Gokuai has about 3 million registered users.

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This May Be The Best Look Yet At The New iPhone | TechCrunch

If these numerous leaks are to be trusted as the real deal, and we are, in fact, looking at parts for the next iPhone, then you’ll notice that this design language is quite a departure from the past few generations of the iPhone. From the iPhone 4 onward (with the slight exception of the iPhone 5c), the iPhone has had a flat face and back, with rounded corners.

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MSN Messenger is Finally Closing Down

Farewell MSN Messenger. The iconic 15-year-old Microsoft instant messaging service for desktops will finally be laid to rest after its closure was announced in China, the last market where it remains active.

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New Nintendo eShop releases: Layton vs Phoenix Wright, Mega Man X3

There's a good helping of eShop eStuff to tuck into this week, both on Wii U and 3DS. On the portable side, Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright features two characters who were born to point together - check out our review for a more nuanced analysis. Also, Azure Striker Gunvolt pumps Mega Man-inspired side-scrolling action onto the 3DS, complete with Mighty No. 9 crossover mini-game . Talking of the (original) blue bomber, Mega Man X3 coming to Wii U completes the Nintendo set of X games on the system. If you prefer your platforming a bit more vertical and underground, Steamworld Dig may be the Wii U game for you. As ever, the full list of new releases is below the break. On the sales side, Capcom has a decent-sized one this week across Wii U and 3DS, and Splinter Cell Blacklist will be permanently reduced from $40 to $20 starting September 1. Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright (8/25/2014) Wii U Mega Man X3 (Capcom, 1 player, $8) Steamworld Dig (Image & Form, 1 player, $10) The Fall (Over The Moon, 1 player, $10) Donkey Kong Jr.

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Gone Home going to Wii U, says Nintendo manager

For more on Gone Home , check out our review . (The Unite 2014 video is below the break as well as the text from the image for anyone who has difficulty reading it.) Gone Home (8/2/13) Looks like Nintendo let slip Gone Home is coming to Wii U. In his Unity 2014 talk, Marketing Manager Damon Baker said it was "confirmed" - check out when he mentioned the first-person adventure game at 6:50 in the video. We knew Gone Home was coming to consoles so if this is true, it's not a total shock. To be sure we've reached out to Nintendo.

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PAX10 Humble Flash Bundle discounts the showstoppers

The PAX 10 Humble Flash Bundle is live for five days and offers a lineup of really cool independent games that have been featured at PAX Prime over the years. Up for any price you feel like paying is Badland Premium , Solar 2 , Containment: The Zombie Puzzler and Jamestown: Legend of the Lost Colony Deluxe Pack , plus a DigiPen three-pack including Deity, A Flipping Good Time and Solace . Pay more than the average to add in Fez and The Swapper . Throw down more than $15 and get Cannon Brawl (Early Access version) and Life Goes On , too. Life Goes On is a selection in this year's PAX 10, while the rest are pulled from 2011 and upward. The PAX 10 Humble Flash Bundle supports, in part, Child's Play Charity. We'll have all the news and previews live from PAX Prime 2014 right here. [Image: Humble Bundle]

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Multi-Factor Analysis Of Y-Combinator’s Summer 2014 Class | TechCrunch

In my previous article, I wrote about how multi-factor analysis of startups helps avoid decision biases such as availability — anchoring or the famous “herd mentality.” The merits of the theories behind this approach go back to the 1950’s. But based on the feedback our team received, we felt encouraged to share a sample analysis with everyone to explain the inner workings of the process. With that in mind, we ran the Y Combinator Summer ’14 class through our models.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook (black) review - CNET

Barnes & Noble and Samsung call the Tab 4 Nook the first Android tablet " optimized for reading ." That's a rather specific claim, but the tablet does a pleasant job of serving up text. The 7-inch display has a 1,280-by-800-pixel resolution, giving it a pixel density of 215 pixels per inch. You can get 7-inch tablets with higher-resolution displays without spending too much more -- and, annoyingly, the Tab 4 Nook is a step back from the 1,440-by-900-pixel (243ppi) of the company's 2012 Nook HD tablet -- but the screen on the Tab 4 Nook is fine: colors are reproduced accurately and there was no shifting when I tilted the screen at awkward angles.

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This Man Is on a Mission to Turn NYC Into a Tech Magnet | Enterprise | WIRED

Still, despite his enthusiasm about these new developments, Iskold knows it will take years, and perhaps even a decade or more, to transform New York City into a true tech center. Silicon Valley investors, for one, still have the deepest pockets. And yet, he knows that the only way to grow the venture capital community in New York, is to build worthy companies first. “It’s a chicken or egg problem,” Iskold says. “In the Valley, you had the PayPal mafia and other people from 20 years ago with successful exits, who then became angels, and funded other companies. It’s a virtuous cycle.”

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Bonuses Are the New Raises

Anon, your comments makes zero sense whatsoever and clearly lacks understanding of the tax code. When you make 10% of your salary in one paycheck, that looks as though you make much more money in the year so taxes are higher for that pay period (perhaps in rate as well), but it is accounted for in your year-end tax return. You effectively pay no more, or less, on that money than you are supposed to for what you earn in a year.

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Google tests drone delivery service in Australian outback - Telegraph

Watch engineers at Google trial their new delivery system that uses self-flying vehicles to drop off parcels in remote locations

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Ultimate NES Remix slides onto 3DS later this year [update]

Ultimate NES Remix infuses 3DS with the series' mashed-up tapas approach to revisiting 8-bit classics, starting November 11 in Europe and December 5 in North America. According to Nintendo's brief announcement the 3DS entry features content from 16 NES games, but the company didn't note if any of that content comes from the NES Remix 1 and NES Remix 2 games already out on Wii U. We've reached out to the big N to learn more, but for now all that's left to say is that it's coming to stores and the eShop, and it's priced at $30. Meanwhile on Wii U, the NES Remix Pack compilation of the two released entries is coming to North American stores, and also with a $30 price tag. Update: A Nintendo spokesperson tells Joystiq the 16 games represented in Ultimate NES Remix are the same 16 found in the original NES Remix , though it's unclear what form these revived 8-bit classics will take in the newer release. [Image: Nintendo] NES Remix 2 (04/21/14)

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IDC: Tablets sales growth to slow this year

After four years of double- and triple-digit growth, worldwide tablet shipments this year will grow by just 6.5 percent over last year, according to IDC. The research firm had previously forecast 12.1 percent growth.

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How Bob Marley's Son Learned From Failure And Started A Multi-Million Dollar Coffee Company

I don't know about the other commentors but where I live in Canada just outside of Hamilton we have a coffee store called ecs coffee which has tons and tons of different varieties of coffee that are made for keurig and tassimo brewers, so basically its a keurig k-cup store. Anyway in my store they sell every box of the different varieties of Marley coffee and I mean EVERY box and that's the coffee I always buy so I guess I'm pretty lucky aha. I'm surprised nobody has found it as these ecs stores are all around canada and I can honestly say that Marley coffee is one of the best coffee's out there it's my favourite if you ever do find it like I did I highly suggest buying every flavour you see as they all taste amazingly different.

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How This Man Built A $3M Business A Year After Four Years In Prison

Frederick Hutson is a man who sees business opportunities in everything. By his own admission, this doesn’t always work out for the best. Hutson spent over four years in prison after getting busted for an opportunity he saw in drug trafficking, a huge market, and one that was as he saw it, ripe for disruption. Police busted him at his Vegas mail store, where he’d been reducing inefficiencies by rerouting marijuana through his Florida business via FedEx, UPS and DHL.

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http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/08/29/minnesota-man-will-file-civil-rights-suit-against-cops-who-tased-him-for-not-identifying-himself/

“The video speaks for itself,” Lollie’s attorney, Andrew Irlbeck, was quoted as saying. “He was there to pick up his children and bring them to daycare and when I do it as a white man, that’s what it gets called. When a black man does it, it’s loitering and trespassing, and he gets arrested and force used against him by police.”

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How sugar affects the brain - Nicole Avena

When you eat something loaded with sugar, your taste buds, your gut and your brain all take notice. This activation of your reward system is not unlike how bodies process addictive substances such as alcohol or nicotine -- an overload of sugar spikes dopamine levels and leaves you craving more. Nicole Avena explains why sweets and treats should be enjoyed in moderation.

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Cause of ALS is found, Northwestern team says

Researchers at Northwestern University say they have discovered a common cause behind the mysterious and deadly affliction of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, that could open the door to an effective treatment.

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T-Mobile’s 7th “Uncarrier” Announcement Will Happen On September 10th | TechCrunch

The company has just sent out invites for their seventh “Uncarrier” event, each of which has been intended to shake up some industry practice or another and coax potential customers into hopping on the T-Mo train by fixing some pain point. This next event will happen on September 10th at 1PM pacific.

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Is De-skilling Killing Your Arts Education?

Graydon Parrish- When I began my art training, I was accepted into a summer term at Parson's School of Design in Paris. After earnest, conscientious efforts, my mid-course review was a C (I'd never had a C in my life). Even though very few received A's, one did. Any painting he made only slightly resembled his subjects. I was confused. In the life drawing sessions we didn't have easels, so we sat on the floor directly on butcher paper and the model posed in the center. Contrary to my usual personality, I decided instead to fake it. Taking tubs of acrylic white gesso, I painted with my hands and fists, added blues and reds, swirled and smeared the image of the model into oblivion. At the final review, I received an A. The instructors pointed to these butcher paper figure paintings as the turning point. I admitted to the pretense, that I had painted what I thought they wanted, and they were completely incensed. When I pressed them further about their evaluations, giving them the aforementioned A student as an example, I got this reply: "Graydon, if you can't see it, we're not going to tell you!" I realized they not only desired conformity, they needed my soul.

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A Look Inside The Most Insane College Gyms

Gone is the old squat box of a gymnasium with Nautilus equipment--“the gerbil cage environment,” says Reed Voorhees, a CannonDesign vice president who works in the firm’s sports practice. In its place are soaring, light-filled structures with yoga decks, climbing walls, and juice bars. “There’s a more three-dimensional interplay of spaces rather than just a floor on top of a floor on top of a floor,” says Voorhees. “The walls are going away or we’re using more glass and materials that make them appear to go away.” That’s partly so students can see all their options, so someone coming in to use the track might run by the climbing wall and be inspired to check it out on a future visit. “The thinking is: Can we create a building that inspires someone to work out 15 minutes longer?’” says Braam, who watches the CrossFit Games, belongs to multiple health clubs, and just joined a boxing class for ideas. “The environment that you’re in is something that inspires the user to push harder and further.” With the raft of research about the benefits of exercising outside (among other things, people who get out in the fresh air tend to enjoy their workouts more and do it for longer), there is a push on college campuses to create exercise terraces or decks (Auburn has them) and to use the rooftop space.

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The Revival Of Semiconductor Funding | TechCrunch

Over the past few years the semiconductor funding ecosystem experienced a downturn. According to the GSA survey, there were only five Series A semiconductor funding rounds and 10 exits in 2010 in North America, Europe and Israel. Most of the VCs who invested in semiconductors shifted their focus to software startups due to higher scalability, faster time-to-exit and low cost of failure.

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U.S. Hikes Fee To Renounce Citizenship By 422%

Many so-called ‘expats’ who are caught up in this are people who have never had any connections whatsoever to the USA. Some were born in the US to non-American parents and returned home early in life. Others were born abroad to US parents but have never lived–or in some cases never even set foot–in the USA. In some cases families in foreign countries are being charged outrageous fees by banks to comply with USA tax requirements–even if no one in the family at all has ever had any US connection. This is fueling a great deal of anger at the USA within our allies at a time when the USA needs its allies. Not a smart move on the USA’s part.

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An Interview With Max Gurvits, Boy VC | TechCrunch

Max Gurvits is an investor . Based in Bulgaria, the peripatetic VC is almost everywhere, showing up at events around the world and scouting out some amazing ideas. I talked to him about how he became a VC at a comparatively young age and what it takes to make it in investing for our back to school series .

51 Scientists agree: Coffee naps are better than coffee or naps alone
52 MSN Messenger to end after 15 years
53 Picdeck is Tweetdeck for Instagram
54 The 7 Most Worthless Things at Your Garage Sale
55 Exactly How Much And How Often You Should Be Drinking Coffee
56 Tripcast Is A Beautiful Travel Journal For Your Smartphone | TechCrunch
57 25 Books on Persuasion, Influence and Human Behavior
58 The 10 Best Pieces Of Advice For Making A Fresh Start
59 Curious Launches Categories, Courses, And A Crafting App For Mobile | TechCrunch
60 Four Things You Need To Know About Disney's Drones
61 Watch: An Epic Time-Lapse Of Burning Man
62 3 Reasons You Should Let Yourself Get Distracted
63 Wells Fargo Launches FinTech Innovation Lab
64 How To Build A Large Following On Google Plus (And Why You Should)
65 Fabulous Fish Photobomb Of The Day - The Poke
66 Clever Launches New Instant Log In Feature | TechCrunch
67 A Step-by-Step Guide to Hosting or Joining a Twitter Chat
68 The One Word Men Never See In Their Performance Reviews
69 Do You Write Good Tweets? Twitter Opens Its Analytics Dashboard For All
70 For 'Freemium' Companies, What Are Non-Paying Consumers' Real Value?
71 How the Internet Saved Handmade Goods
72 Building Trust with First Time Subscribers, Leads & Customers
73 At Multiverse Impasse, a New Theory of Scale | Quanta Magazine
74 7 Things Not to Do on Twitter
75 http://harvardmagazine.com/2014/09/loeb-classical-library-1-0
76 Zimperium Updates Its Security Suite To Protect Employees’ iOS Devices From Cyberattacks | TechCrunch
77 Facebook's new click bait rule will totally blow you away (update)
78 The Best Customer Service Reps Are The Ones Who Pretend To Be Thor
79 VideoDubber Auto-Dubs Your Videos
80 Behold, a GoPro Captures the Miracle of Pizza Making
81 Tory Burch's Personal Touch
82 A Glitchy Game That's Designed To Break As You Play
83 facebook/folly
84 Say Goodbye to Summer With 18 Vintage Photos
85 Rebecca Black Wants to Surprise You With Her New 'Rockish' Sound [VIDEO]
86 The Hardware Behind IBM's Watson Will Be Probing The Mysteries Of Physics
87 How Google's PageRank Quantifies Things (Like History's Best Tennis Player) Beyond The Web
88 #Unplug: How to Work Hard and Still Have a Life
89 The End of Gamers
90 Science Confirms It: If You Want To Succeed, You Have To Screw Up
91 Kato.im Wants To Disrupt Broken Business Email--But Can Business Email Be Disrupted?
92 Interview: Inside Google Brain Founder Andrew Ng's Plans To Transform Baidu
93 Yep, BuzzFeed Is Building A Games Team | TechCrunch
94 MSN Messenger to shut down in China, its final stronghold
95 How to recover deleted photos from a memory card - CNET
96 Baidu's Surprising Search For The Holy Grail Of Artificial Intelligence
97 Why Vox Media Took on @SavedYouaClick Over Tony Soprano Spoiler
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99 This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Apple’s Event, Smart Watches, And Drones | TechCrunch
100 The TheTechNewsBlog Daily