You might get a seizure if you watch Ian Eastwood dance too much in this video, but it’s so damn cool that it might even be worth it. It’s neat because he blends the view of him dancing while he’s facing us with another view of him dancing with his back turned. The two opposing views are spliced together and he’s doing the same impeccable dance in each—which basically makes you feel like you’re doing drugs, because you don’t know exactly which angle of him you’re watching.
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Over 20,000 people attended Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 show at Madison Square Garden. It’s safe to say that it was the first fashion show for a large percentage of those people. An event usually reserved for buyers, editors, and other fashion industry folk was suddenly blown-out, ticketed, and turned into one of the must-attend events of the year—for both “fashion people” and those who couldn’t care less about the difference between a jacket and a coat. It was also a sign that a fashion show could be bigger than a presentation of clothing.
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Microsoft is about to help the government regulate your weed.
The tech giant will join forces with KIND Financial, a company that makes software for the cannabis industry, to help state and local officials track marijuana sales, according to a press release Thursday. Essentially, Microsoft’s “Azure Government” service will help ensure that legal sales of cannabis are above board.
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Before last night’s Game 6, a player hadn’t been ejected from an NBA Finals game in 20 years. The last was Sonics enforcer Frank Brickowski, tossed from Games 1 and 3 in 1996, victim of master instigator Dennis Rodman. Last night it was mild-mannered MVP Stephen Curry, who scored 30 points but picked up a sixth foul and hurled his mouthpiece in disgust—hitting a courtside fan—in the waning minutes. He was escorted to the locker room, accompanied by chants of “hey, hey, goodbye.” How did we get here?
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The startup lifestyle is known to be stressful and challenging, but it’s also meant to be satisfying and fulfilling, with you as the entrepreneur in control of your own destiny. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out that way, based on my many years of experience with entrepreneurs and advising startups. The business can be successful, while the entrepreneur feels like a failure.
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ROLLS-ROYCE’S NEW CONCEPT is here and it’s…. Well, it’s something. Dubbed the “Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100,” a name we will not use again, the wild-eyed concept imagines—and satisfies—the self-glorifying demands of the 22nd century oligarch.
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We’re officially living in a new world.
Carbon dioxide has been steadily rising since the start of the Industrial Revolution, setting a new high year after year. There’s a notable new entry to the record books. The last station on Earth without a 400 parts per million (ppm) reading has reached it.
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