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Looking for an out-of-this-world experience? Mars One, a non-profit agency, is accepting applications for astronauts to help build the first settlement on the red planet in 2023.Astronauts will undergo a whopping eight years of training before being ...
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To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the LEGO group, the Danish company commissioned this animated short detailing the life of LEGO's inventor, Ole Christiansen, and the founding of the company. The short was produced by Lani Pixels, an animation stu...
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One thing I love about Nokia Music is the ability to create your own mixes. Today, while listening to one, which included the Beatles it struck me how many people must have been involved in influencing their sound. Turns out … Continue reading →