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Howard Mintz / Mercury News:
Samsung plans to petition to US Supreme Court the 2012 verdict that it violated Apple's patents — Apple v. Samsung: Samsung plans to appeal to U.S. Supreme Court — Samsung plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court by November to hear its appeal of a San Jose federal jury's stinging 2012 verdict …
Joe Mullin / Ars Technica:
Prenda attorney hit with Illinois bar complaint over fraud and deceit related to copyright trolling cases — At long last, Prenda mastermind hit with state bar complaint — Steele, charged with numerous frauds and deceits, could be banished from the law.
Ina Fried / Re/code:
3-D Printer Maker Carbon3D Raises $100 Million From Google Ventures, Others — Carbon3D, whose 3-D printing technology uses light and oxygen to make 3-D objects from a pool of resin, has also apparently honed an ability to print money. — The company is announcing Thursday it has raised $100 million …
Amin Vahdat / Google Research Blog:
How Google's networking infrastructure has evolved over ten years and five generations to deliver more than 1 petabit/sec of total bisection bandwidth — Pulling Back the Curtain on Google's Network Infrastructure — Pursuing Google's mission of organizing the world's information …
Banksy has developed an entire art subculture devoted to his works. Banksy’s art can impact any location at any given moment. His identity remains unknown, even after over 20 years of being involved with the graffiti and street art scene. His work not only includes many powerful, often controversial images, but they may also be found throughout the Internet as viral images.
In the Maltese town of Sliema there’s an image of a giant man on a building, butt propped up as he crawls into a dark tunnel. Almost 300 miles away, in the coastal Italian burg of Sapri, the dude’s upper half emerges from a different building, an expression of grim determination twisting his face.
Susan Decker / Bloomberg Business:
Akamai Wins Appeal in $45.5 Million Limelight Patent Case — Akamai Technologies Inc. finally won an almost decade-long patent-infringement fight with Limelight Networks Inc. over ways to store and deliver video content on the Internet. Limelight shares dropped the most in four years.
Sarah Buhr / TechCrunch:
No Fee Stock Trading App Robinhood Is Now On Android — Robinhood, a zero fee stock trading app, is now on Android. The app launched on iOS late last year and since grew to “hundreds of thousands of customers” and made over $1 billion in trades on the platform, according to the startup.
Here is a compilation of 28 little known images that you probably have never seen in your life, but you should see before you die.
As you will see, these photos are very varied and truly rare.
Feel free to share these photos with your friends, they are worth to be seen and shared!
Take a look at a few of the designs and illustrations, which are all part of the ‘The Institute of Illegal Images’ the largest collection of LSD blotter art in the world.
What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films side-by-side. Some of the opening shots are strikingly similar to the final shots, while others are vastly different–both serving a purpose in communicating various themes. Some show progress, some show decline, and some are simply impactful images used to begin and end a film.
MUSIC: “Any Other Name” by Thomas Newman
Films used (in order of appearance):
The Tree of Life 00:00
The Master 00:09
Brokeback Mountain 00:15
No Country for Old Men 00:23
Blue Valentine 00:30
Black Swan 00:41
Gone Girl 00:47
Kill Bill Vol. 2 00:53
Punch-Drunk Love 00:59
Silver Linings Playbook 01:06
Taxi Driver 01:11
Shutter Island 01:20
Children of Men 01:27
We Need to Talk About Kevin 01:33
Funny Games (2007) 01:41
Fight Club 01:47
12 Years a Slave 01:54
There Will be Blood 01:59
The Godfather Part II 02:05
Never Let Me Go 02:17
The Road 02:21
Raging Bull 02:31
Before Sunrise 02:42
Cast Away 03:01
Morvern Callar 03:18
Take this Waltz 03:21
Lord of War 03:32
Cape Fear 03:38
12 Monkeys 03:45
The World According to Garp 03:50
Saving Private Ryan 03:57
Solaris (1972) 04:05
Dr. Strangelove 04:11
The Astronaut Farmer 04:16
The Piano 04:21
Cloud Atlas 04:43
Under the Skin 04:47
2001: A Space Odyssey 04:51
The Searchers 05:03
The Usual Suspects 05:23
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So we scoured the 500px archives for the best examples of “all about the eyes” portrait photography. We wanted to put together a collection of photos that gaze into your very soul… photos that would inspire you to give these orbs the attention they deserve on your next photo shoot. Here are 21 Portraits that Gaze Into Your Very Soul—a collection we’re particularly proud of.
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