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The Loupedeck CT is a fantastic, flexible editing console for Mac and PC

The Loupedeck CT is a fantastic, flexible editing console for Mac and PC For photographers and videographers spending a lot less time on location and a lot more time at the desk right now, one great use of time is going back through archives and backlogs to find hidden gems, and hone […]

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The Webs of Covid-Related Caution Tape Across London

The Webs of Covid-Related Caution Tape Across London Seemingly overnight, the red-and-white-striped tape that suddenly became ubiquitous in the English capital. Source: www.wired.com The Webs of Covid-Related Caution Tape Across London

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Artist Rachel Cabitt Is Trapped In a Quarantine Horror Film

Artist Rachel Cabitt Is Trapped In a Quarantine Horror Film Yes, the current experience is full of terror. But there’s room for catharsis, too. Source: www.wired.com Artist Rachel Cabitt Is Trapped In a Quarantine Horror Film

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The Women of Ukraine's Railroads Keep the Trains Running

The Women of Ukraine’s Railroads Keep the Trains Running The under-sung heroes of the country’s rail system keep vigilant watch from colorful mini-castles. Source: www.wired.com The Women of Ukraine’s Railroads Keep the Trains Running

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Space Photos of the Week: An Eternal Voyage of Discovery

Space Photos of the Week: An Eternal Voyage of Discovery As we sunset this weekly series, we take a farewell tour of the outer planets—and pay tribute to one of the most famous last looks at Earth. Source: www.wired.com Space Photos of the Week: An Eternal Voyage of Discovery

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High in the Alps, Giant Blankets Slow a Glacier's Ice Melt

High in the Alps, Giant Blankets Slow a Glacier’s Ice Melt Despite preservationists’ best efforts, the Rhône Glacier may not have long. Source: www.wired.com High in the Alps, Giant Blankets Slow a Glacier’s Ice Melt

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Space Photos of the Week: Keeping an Eye on Jupiter's Storms

Space Photos of the Week: Keeping an Eye on Jupiter’s Storms NASA’s Juno orbiter, along with its Hubble and Gemini telescopes, will help scientists better understand the planet’s atmosphere. Source: www.wired.com Space Photos of the Week: Keeping an Eye on Jupiter’s Storms

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The Flimsy Veneer of Gigantic Advertisements

The Flimsy Veneer of Gigantic Advertisements Next time your eyes are drawn to a billboard or a commercial facade, try to notice what it’s obscuring. Source: www.wired.com The Flimsy Veneer of Gigantic Advertisements

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Space Photos of the Week: Cassini's Curtain Call

Space Photos of the Week: Cassini’s Curtain Call Before it crashed onto Saturn, the spacecraft captured images of the most photogenic planet in our Solar System. Source: www.wired.com Space Photos of the Week: Cassini’s Curtain Call

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The Last, Lonely Walks Through New York City

The Last, Lonely Walks Through New York City On the eve of his move back to his native Tel Aviv, photographer Natan Dvir made a final tour of the streets that he had called home for the past 11 years. Source: www.wired.com The Last, Lonely Walks Through New York City

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