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  • Wasted Food Creates Carbon Footprint Bigger than Nations

    Wasted Food Creates Carbon Footprint Bigger than Nations

    The carbon footprint created by the amount of food that goes to waste each year is larger than that of all nations except China and the USA. The world throws out around 1.3 billion tonnes of food every year, which greatly contributes to the global carbon footprint. (more&h...

Tech
  • QUIC! New Google Protocol Makes Data Go Faster

    QUIC! New Google Protocol Makes Data Go Faster

    Google is testing a new protocol designed to make the internet operate faster. Quick UDP Internet Connections (QUIC) is designed to reduce the number of trips data makes as it travels the web loading information into your browser, as reported by Ars Technica. (mor...

  • Android Insider Offers Advice on Creating Graphic Icons

    Android Insider Offers Advice on Creating Graphic Icons

    As technological capabilities improve, web and application designers are finding themselves having to adjust to new graphic demands. Android’s Roman Nurik, an industry insider, created a list of dos and don'ts for those looking to create graphic application icons th...

Special Interest
  • Floral Event to Welcome Spring

    Floral Event to Welcome Spring

    Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) in Michigan held its third annual “Art in Bloom” event in March, featuring a free exhibition of floral designs inspired by works of art in GRAM’s permanent collection. The floral extravaganza ran from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th March and also offered a range of workshops and events. (more…)...

  • Movie Set Café

    Movie Set Café

    A house in Seoul, which was designed to be the basis of last year’s hit movie ‘Architecture 101,’ is due to open as a cafe next week. When film producers decided to employ an architect for design services, Koo Seunghoi was their choice to create not just the house, but also all to develop all other architecture for the movie. (more…)...

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