ATTACK OF THE DALI ZOMBIE

DALI WON’T DIE thanks to the Dali Museum in a St. Petersburg.

Salvador Dalí reborn as a deepfake at his museum

The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has reanimated Salvador Dalí as a deepfake video experience. The “Dalí Lives” video installation opens in April on screens throughout the gall…


Greetings From Ultima Thule

The image travels 4,000,000,000 miles, uploads to the internet, and down to a phone.  #nonfictionsciencefiction

The Newest Pictures of Asteroid Bennu Are Unreal

The asteroid-orbiting OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has released some of its most detailed images yet of its target, the asteroid Bennu. And they’re breathtaking. The spacecraft took these images on January 17 when it was only a mile (1.6 kilometers) above Bennu’s surface, using its NavCam 1 navigation camera, according to a NASA release.


The Naked Mole Rat: Key to Human Life extension?

Naked mole rats defy the biological law of aging

In the world of animal models, naked mole rats are the supermodels. They rarely get cancer, are resistant to some types of pain, and can survive up to 18 minutes without oxygen. But perhaps their greatest feat, a new paper suggests, is that they don’t age.

Good looks, glamorous lifestyle, eternal youth– it’s hard not to hate the naked mole rat.


Steve Didn’t Invent Surveillance Capitalism

 

But he did lay it’s foundation.

Jobs Never Wanted Us to Use Our iPhones Like This

Opinion | Steve Jobs Never Wanted Us to Use Our iPhones Like This

The devices have become our constant companions. This was not the plan. By Cal Newport Mr. Newport is a computer scientist and author. Smartphones are our constant companions. For many of us, their glowing screens are a ubiquitous presence, drawing us in with endless diversions, like the warm ping of social approval delivered in the forms of likes and retweets, and the algorithmically amplified outrage of the latest “breaking” news or controversy.

Surveillance Capitalism: