Year: 2021

The origami master who took 50 hours to fold a Samurai warrior

The person who folded this incredible Samurai did a folding process video. Watching it will absorb you. This man folding the paper is like a Samurai warrior. His pre-creased sheet like a map, planning his attack. The insane folds looking initially like a disjointed pile of paper is the moving forward to battle in a …

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Five decades of design trends used in new General Motors logo

The new General Motors logo is very curious. It employs design trends from each of the past five decades. Perhaps General Motors wanted a logo that was timeless? If you use trends branching across a wide spread of time, that makes the logo timeless, right? Actually, it makes for one Frankenstein-hideous logo. Whoaaaaaa. Check that …

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Upper case numbers

When you are chatting and you want to really emphasize a year, but you only have plain text at your disposal. No bolding. No bigger words. How do you really punch up that year? Let’s take a page of the programmers book, and wrap the year with a made-up element. Made-up element method That’s kinda …

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New word: yollo

‘yollo’ definition: When you say both ‘yo’ and ‘hello’ at the same time, with a little ironic flavor of the old school yolo (you only live once) craze. example: Yollo Abhay! How are you? keywords: yo, hello, yolo, greeting I should submit this definition to the linguistic elites of Urban Dictionary, so they can go …

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Capturing time

How in the world did this slow-motion video capture two moments at once? The cork just coming out of the bottle—AND—the moment when the cork hits the guy’s face? (look at the shadow on his shirt, you’ll see the cork hitting his face) How slow-motion video works When you imagine video being recorded at 30 …

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$25,000 for moon rocks

NASA is willing to pay $25,000 to any company to bring back samples of the Moon. Dust or rocks. Only $25,000? NASA is expecting some private company to go to the Moon, get some rocks, bring it safely back to Earth—for only $25,000?! That’s less than the cost of a car these days! Soo, someone …

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