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· The history and future of the Snyder Cut of Justice League, explained →
It wasn’t until March 2019 (just prior to a Snyder Cut believers-led GoFundMe campaign) that Snyder confirmed the existence of his director’s cut, while attending a fundraiser for the ArtCenter College of Design’s Ahmanson Auditorium:
· Another economic crisis and the cupboard appears bare →
Nothing will increase productivity more in an advanced economy than investment in education, leading to a skilled workforce to take advantage of key technology, advanced manufacturing and industrial design opportunities.
The New York Times
· $3 Million Homes in New York, Texas and Massachusetts →
A 19th-century carriage house in Rhinebeck designed by Stanford White, a minimalist home in Houston and an 1890 brick rowhouse in Boston.
The Wall Street Journal
· Just North of Chicago, a Small Room With Big Views →
“We wanted to keep the outside the star,” said Ben Stringfellow of the 210-square-foot living area he designed for a young family whose modern home is perched on a hill in the northern Chicago suburbs, overlooking Lake Michigan.
· Apple’s butterfly keyboard failed by prioritizing form over function →
But the deeper issue isn’t that the butterfly switches often break; it’s the flawed design goals that led Apple to make a bad button in the first place.
· HBO Max is taking on Netflix with human curation instead of solely relying on algorithms →
Just like nearly everything else on the internet, streaming services are ruled by recommendation algorithms that are designed to predetermine what people want before they ask for it.
· Facebook’s latest TikTok-inspired app is a music-making platform called Collab →
The key words there in that statement are “starting with music.” This may be designed around music making and short-form music videos, but the entire point of the NPE division is to experiment and move quickly with new app ideas to see which might stick.
· World menstrual hygiene day: Know about all menstrual hygiene products →
A tampon is inserted into the vagina and is designed to absorb the menstrual flow.
· Renault and Nissan rule out merger as they unveil survival plan →
The new plan, which entails cutting the alliance's vehicle ranges by a fifth, pooling manufacturing by region and capitalising on joint designs, is meant to serve as a peace treaty, sources have told Reuters.
· Heat Biologics partners with Wisconsin University on COVID-19 vaccine →
Heat's approach is designed to induce a multi-epitope specific memory CD8 T-cell response that protects against multiple, distinct coronavirus strains and against potential future mutations.