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Every dot is moving in a straight line — back and forth. But the synchrony makes for a beautiful illusion.
Just like life.

Every dot is moving in a straight line — back and forth. But the synchrony makes for a beautiful illusion.

Just like life.

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Just beautiful…

Just beautiful…

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More to iPhone than meets the eye

In the past 2+ months, during which I’ve had iPhone 5  I’ve noticed that I tend to touch and hold it more often, just for the sake of it. And I realized that this is because I really like the feeling I get from the way it in my hand. With my previous one, iPhone 4, I’ve done the same, but the reason was the feeling I got from looking at screen, not by the form and the materials. The screen is still something to be marvelled at, but paired with the latest iPad, I got kind of accustomed to Retina displays.

Now, if I can only get my hands on Surface Pro

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One of the most amazing stories I’ve ever seen. And not to spoil the ending, but the metaphors are really strong!

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Good for them. Now let’s see who else will follow.

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Chevrolet have car with profile that I can’t take my eyes off of.

Chevrolet have car with profile that I can’t take my eyes off of.

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While speaking of customizations, here is a instruction how you can change the operator logo on your iPhone with custom icon.

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Fascinating explanation of how Apple keeps their prices even across all retailers in pretty much all the world. 

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Nokia showing the way to the future of 3D printing

You want to buy new Lumia 820 but you don’t like any of the available colors?

Well fear not as Nokia has posted the drawings (here, here and here) for the back covers of this particular phone so you can 3D print your own custom back.

This is something that will ultimately be expected from any mass market product to have, just like now we have schematics for most of our electronics. We should be not only able to reproduce and repair the internals, but also to print the externals of the products we buy in order to customize or repair them. And when the latest and greatest 3D printer cost less than $3000, it should become reality sooner rather than later.

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Finally, all the information Facebook has collected for you and all the connections you made through the years can start paying off. The newly announced Graph search looks like just another search bar, but it’s actually very powerful filtering mechanism for everything they know about you.

You want to ski with someone from you company? Easy as typing “people I work with who like ski”.

Wonder who you can call for a weekend trip? “Friends who like road trips”.

You get the idea. And this is something really cool. Something that the mobile generation expects from Facebook. And something that they will easily get accustom to. And my guess is, something that will make Google+ look like news from yesterday. At least for a while.

Now, how about those “organically” suggestion from the merchants inserted in my searches?