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Progressive Critics of Obamacare Still Are Still Not Happy: Is Glass Half Empty or Half Full?

49 minutes agoNews / Independent News : AlterNet

Launching a massive new social program is a heavy duty project. Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has saved Obamacare—The Affordable Care Act—for the second time and signs of relief from its supporters have subsided, there is a certain amount of buyer’s remorse circulating in liberal media circles. Show More Summary

Paris: Paris Is Killing It with All These Potential Killer Views

19 hours agoTravel / Hotels : HotelChatter

It seems like only yesterday we were admiring the killer view from the potential Paris hotel at the Hermitage Plaza. No update on that, yet, but here?s another project to drool over: Tour Triangle, a 180m high glass pyramid in the Porte de Versailles area which will just so happen to contain a hotel. Show More Summary

New Google Patent Turns Arms Into Keyboards, Hands Into Calculators

Google obtained a long-awaited patent this week for a device which offers a modification to its troubled Google glass project, allowing a head-mounted computer to project keyboards and keypads onto different body parts.

Listen to Another Alice Glass-less Crystal Castles Song Called "Deicide"

By this point, you've probably made your mind up on how you feel on the Crystal Castles drama a few months back—you know, when Alice Glass left. But the electronic project apparently isn't stopping anytime soon. Ethan Kath and a newShow More Summary

MAD Architects unveil the green-walled 8600 Wilshire, their first residential project in Beverly Hills

MAD Architects unveiled their first residential project in Beverly Hills that looks like a green urban hillside. Topped with clustered glass villas, 8600 Wilshire includes 18 residential units and commercial spaces bellow. The project combines private a

Welcoming Array of Open and Enclosed Spaces: “House Set On The Valley” in California

Situated on a privileged site filled with vineyards and beautiful mature trees in California, USA, this residential project consists of two separate houses connected by glass. Envisioned by Jørgensen Design, the House Set On The Valley...Show More Summary

Beautiful Houses: Cliff House

Today we will show you a breathtaking home Auckland, New Zealand, a project by Fearon Hay Architects. This is a perfect glass box. You can enjoy beautiful views and a lot of natural light. Besides that the layout and materials are also great. Show More Summary

Worth a Thousand Words: X

Xby Karin Jurick A glass ceiling projecting patterns and shadows on the floor while a young woman sketches in the Sculpture Gallery of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City.Karin Jurick's been working her way through the alphabet. Can you find the X in her painting?

Why We Struggle to Have it All

There's a double-bind in seeing the glass as half-empty or as half-full. JD McGuigan explains. The post Why We Struggle to Have it All appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Ismaili Center in Toronto is topped with a stunning angular glass dome

Ismaili Center in Toronto, designed by Charles Correa Associates and Moriyama & Teshima Architects, provides the city's Islamic community with a new cultural center dominated by a beautiful angular glass dome. The project aims to create a union of a

Innovative glass at Nationalmuseum Design this summer

last weekArts : Artdaily

On 17 June, an exhibition with the title Glass is Tomorrow opened at Nationalmuseum Design, located inside Kulturhuset Stadsteatern in Stockholm. The result of an international project to highlight the potential of glass, the exhibition...Show More Summary

In Memoriam: 5 Memorable Buildings by the Late, Great Charles Correa, the Indian Architect Who Shunned Glass Towers

Ismaili Center (2014), Toronto, Canada—Photo via Ismaili Center In the 1950s, the newly independent India got a first taste of modernist architecture through the Le Corbusier-designed city, Chandiragh, a project that wound up greatly inspiring India's own iconic modern architect,...

Here's what comes in the Project Fi welcome box

If you're waiting for a Project Fi invite, this is what you can look forward to when you sign up. Google has done some neat packaging for its Nexus devices and accessories (Google Glass was particularly high-end), hardly cutting back on the presentation. Show More Summary

Swords (and Glasses) Up to the Knights of the Single Oak Project!

Recently I ventured to Frankfort, Kentucky with a handful of other spirits writers to digest Buffalo Trace’s exhaustive Single Oak Project. We tasted the five bourbons from the project most highly rated by consumers and voted for the winner. That… Continue reading ? The post Swords (and Glasses) Up to the Knights of the Single Oak Project! appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Thinking Big: Google Set Sights on Managing Entire Cities

As Google has rolled out mobile phones, and Google glass, and self-driving cars, it's been clear they want to build more than an online empire. Their next project takes on the very real-world problem of livable cities.

Glasses Malone ft. Dom Kennedy – After Hours

Damn, this is fire. Look out for the Glasshouse 2 project to drop soon. Previously: Glasses Malone ft. Brian McKnight – My World | Glasses Malone ft. Kendrick Lamar – Thuggin

The Third Glass: She Likes To Drink, I Don’t

The third time may be the charm, but not if it's a third glass of wine. The post The Third Glass: She Likes To Drink, I Don’t appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Forget Your Vision Statement: How is the State of Your Vision?

I broke my glasses and it made me smile. The post Forget Your Vision Statement: How is the State of Your Vision? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Here's new evidence that Google Glass is moving forward (GOOG)

The future of Google Glass, the company's much-maligned Internet-connected glasses, remains a mystery since the project was sent back to the drawing board earlier this year. But a new job listing on the company's website hints that Google's Glass efforts are moving forward, and perhaps nearing the stage of volume production. Show More Summary

‘The Diffusion of Light’, A Project Featuring White Light From a Laser Focused on Broken Glass and Mirrors

4 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The Diffusion of Light is a project by Jayson Haebich created while at the Institut Fur Alles Mogliche in April 2015 that uses white light from a laser focused on a pile of broken glass and mirrors. As the light moves, the refraction and reflection causes the light to shift and dance about. As the […]

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