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    Can Tech Reboot Greece?

    Mass emigration over the past few years of the country’s young and educated seemed to point to a complete stagnation… Keep Reading

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    The Apple Watch, 1984 style.

    CUPERTINO, California—September 9, 1984—Apple Computer Inc.® today unveiled Apple // watch™—its most personal device ever. Apple // watch introduces a… Keep Reading

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E20: Dublin Beta Start-Up Gathering Edition

Tonight was Dublin Beta 15 – that, in a transient world is consistency. I haven’t been for a while and this seemed an appropriate evening to rekindle things in The Hangar on Dublin’s Andrew’s Lane; Fingal Enterprise Week started today …

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Apolo Cacho “The Eternal Mexican Repression”

Apolo’s exhibition is being presented during some of the most controversial political and social moments in the state of Oaxaca. Initially titled “The Eternal Mexican Depression,” the artist decided to change the show’s name to “The Eternal Mexican Repression,” a …

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“Sweet Spoils” Group Show at Miishkooki Art Space

Artist John Maloof, director of the Oscar and Emmy nominated documentary, Finding Vivian Maier, recently opened Miishkooki Art Space, a new gallery in the heart of the Northern Chicago suburb of Skokie. Miishkooki’s first show features work from Joan Cornellá, Brecht Vandenbroucke, Sean …

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Linda Franco : CEO, Machina Wearable

Earlier this year I met Linda Franco, the CEO and co-founder of Machina Wearable Technology. Machina were described once in Wired as making 'the most beautiful wearable tech in the world'.The first thing we chatted about was being a start-up, …

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Digital Currency, to go.

Let's say it's late, the development team is getting edgy and hungry - it's hard to code even Swift on an empty stomach... "I give you, Quattro Coin" …

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Aperture’s 2016 Summer Open Proves the Magic of Photography

Aperture, a not-for-profit organization with a focus on photography, recently opened its exhibit Photography is Magic at the Aperture Gallery. The exhibit is a collection of handpicked submissions from its 2016 Summer Open. The theme of the Summer Open was depictions of photography as a medium of magic. The interesting and whimsical contributions make for quite a fascinating display. The final selection of pieces from the contest explore the topic on a deeper level than the superficial. The artists invite viewers to become genuinely intrigued with the photos, as they appear to be fantasy. Some artists delve deep into photography’s…

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Apolo Cacho “The Eternal Mexican Repression”

Apolo’s exhibition is being presented during some of the most controversial political and social moments in the state of Oaxaca. Initially titled “The Eternal Mexican Depression,” the artist decided to change the show’s name to “The Eternal Mexican Repression,” a name that firmly suits the continuing injustice lived by anyone who dares raise their voice against the corruption of the Mexican government. The show consists of a compilation of drawings, comic books and murals presented in the artist’s peculiar, intense and crude style.

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“Sweet Spoils” Group Show at Miishkooki Art Space

Artist John Maloof, director of the Oscar and Emmy nominated documentary, Finding Vivian Maier, recently opened Miishkooki Art Space, a new gallery in the heart of the Northern Chicago suburb of Skokie. Miishkooki’s first show features work from Joan Cornellá, Brecht Vandenbroucke, Sean Norvet, and many more! “Sweet Spoils is an expression of the dichotomy between the beautiful and the blemished. Everyone, everyday, feels it, sees it, and knows it, but it is artists as these, with their unapologetic c eye, who can translate these universal experiences into modern day visual art. Taking the very best cynical and sardonic iconoclasts of the day,…

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“PUNK” @ Michael Hoppen Gallery

The Michael Hoppen Gallery in conjunction with REX SHUTTERSTOCK is delighted to present PUNK, an exhibition of vintage press prints that document the rise of punk culture in 1970s Britain. Many of the prints included are suitably distressed, with an object quality and intensity that encapsulates the movement. The gallery was established twenty-four years ago on the Kings Road in Chelsea, an area that just over a decade earlier formed the epicentre of punk culture. In 1971 Malcolm McLaren and Vivien Westwood opened SEX (originally called Let it Rock), a notorious shop that became instrumental in creating the radical punk…

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“Three Photographers/Six Cities” @ the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Currently on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a collection of works by Akinbode Akinbiyi, Seydou Camara, and Ananias Léki Dago. The exhibition, titled Three Photographers/Six Cities takes a look at the African cities in which these artists focused much of their work, including Cairo, Nairobi, Lagos, Johannesburg, Bamako, and Tombouctou. Nigerian artist Akinbode Akinbiyi focused his works on the contrast of present and past culture in African cities such as Lagos, Nigeria; Cairo, Egypt; Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Confo; and Johannesburg, South Africa. His photographs often depicted the urban living in these large African cities, capturing…

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Photography by Thomas Devaux

Capitalizing on the expansive possibilities of digital techniques, French photographer Thomas Devaux’s series of work “Attrition,” is a “double articulation between what is borrowed and that which is a reinterpretation on one hand and an ax in art history on the other hand…The portrait becomes a division of a face created by itself and see-through.” (via)

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Review: 3DRobotics Solo

The maker says that the smart element of the Solo is not just that the drone does more and it certainly does, but it allows you, the pilot to do less. By giving you less to do they make it easier for you to focus on what this drone was really designed for, aerial photography. It’s designed to work best with a GoPro camera that you mount under the drone with the pictures from that camera sent wirelessly from the sky to your controller, where you mount your smart-phone or tablet. And it’s that footage that makes the whole drone experience worthwhile.

E21 : Charly Lester on Online Dating: Business Or Personals?

The founder of 30datesblog.com and the UK Dating Awards, she’s a regular on BBC Radio 4 and Editor-in-chief of The Guardian’s Soulmates website and Global Head of Dating for Time Out – she knows dating, online and off but I think she knows you and me, and that’s what makes her insights so lucid.

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