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Nike is pleased to unveil the Olympic uniforms for the US Track & Field team, featuring a number of technological innovations based on new developments in sports science research and testing. While we’ve already had a look at Flyknit technology, Nike announced that the lightweight footwear will be paired with new track apparel, developed as part of the Nike Swift research program.


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0wstudbfrhan09Now that you’ve gotten the clothes taken care of, here’s a brilliant solution to the age old question of how to carry the bike up the stairs to your apartment without getting your $180 pair of pants greasy.


Abe Burmeister: How I Built A Fashion Brand With No Experience, Just Punk Rock Spirit (And The Web) from Piers Fawkes on Vimeo.

And this, this is just some extra eye candy.

Terra Sacra Time Lapses from Sean F. White on Vimeo.

To pass the time during long flights, artist Nina Katchadourian goes to the lavatory, adorns herself in tissue paper costume, and creates hilarious self-portrait photos in the style of Flemish Renaissance paintings. She calls the series“Seat Assignment: Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style.”

While in the lavatory on a domestic flight in March 2010, I spontaneously put a tissue paper toilet cover seat cover over my head and took a picture in the mirror. The image evoked 15th-century Flemish portraiture. I decided to add more images made in this mode and planned to take advantage of a long-haul flight from San Francisco to Auckland, guessing that there were likely to be long periods of time when no one was using the lavatory on the 14-hour flight. I made several forays to the bathroom from my aisle seat, and by the time we landed I had a large group of new photographs entitled Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style.

Rinser” is a toothbrush with a built-in Power Fountain! You can brush without using a cup or using your hand to rinse your mouth. Clever.

This touchscreen technology grows clickable buttons that disappear again on command, and it can work on any device on the market.

The Verge reports that Instagram is developing its own analog camera called the Snap (video). It’s a great new way to share your photos with “the 6.95 billion people that aren’t on Instagram.”

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