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Apple reportedly planning new Retina MacBook Air

There’s an updated MacBook Air in the pipeline, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing sources familiar with the matter.

Apple is expected to unveil a 12-inch MacBook Air after production began earlier this year. 158 more words


6 Reasons why 3D Immersive Environments are the Ideal Learning Environment of the Homo Zappiens

Technology has long been shaping the way people learn. The insightful book by prof. Wim Veen “Homo Zappiens” shows how learning needs to be conceived today to adapt to they way technology has shaped our approach to learning and education. 442 more words


The Most Logical (And Craziest) MH370 Conspiracy Theories

A year later, we still have absolutely no sign of Malaysia Flight 370. So, what happened? Conspiracy theorists think they have the answer.

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Snakes Aren’t Scary if You Put Them on Colored Backgrounds

From Adam and Eve to Snakes on a Plane, legend and pop culture confirms all that slithers is just a little bit creepy. Andrew McGibbon has made it his mission to change people’s minds, highlighting snakes’ beauty and elegance in his series Slitherstition. 39 more words


The Rise and Fall of the World’s Nuclear Arsenal Over 70 Years

Since 1987, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has been counting up each country’s nuclear arsenal in its Nuclear Notebook, which it has turned into this new interactive graphic. 13 more words


Buffer takes Pablo, its words-on-an-image service, out of beta

You see them more and more on Twitter and Facebook. Images with text over them meant to boost engagement. The reality is that they do make a post more enticing to your followers or friends. 84 more words