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  1. Kate Moss graces her 34th Vogue cover


    Her first was in March 1993! Still going strong!

  2. The internet isn’t just for kitten pictures…


    Feast your looking balls on The British Library manuscript viewer... for some 1400-year-old graphic wonders.

  3. Vote for NASA’s next spacesuit design


    If you ever wanted to participate in spacesuit design, even in a small way, here’s your big chance. NASA is asking the public to choose which design of the futuristic Z-2 “planetary mobility” suit prototype will be used by astronauts while evaluating how well the spacesuit works.There are three options, and NASA promises the winning design will be used in pool training at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory, the Johnson Space Centre “rockyard” to simulate Mars exploration.

    Click here for a spacesuit catwalk and to cast your vote.

  4. Resonate Festival 2014: Day One


    A few members of our digital team have taken a trip to the Resonate 2014 festival in Belgrade, Serbia, attending talks, screenings, performances and workshops. Here are a few highlights from the first day!

    Click here to view more.

  5. Once Upon A Time in Shaolin


    In a very clever piece of marketing the Wu-Tang Clan will make and release just one copy of their new, secret album 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin'. Their intention is to restore the idea of music as a work of art and this "masterpiece" will be treated as such, sold for a one-off fee in the millions and taken on a tour of galleries including the Tate Modern. Of course a major label or brand could buy the piece and the rules on copyright are bit fuzzy but there is the potential for an individual to snap it up. It will then be up to them if the wider world ever gets to hear it. Personally, I think D&P should make a move for it. It would look great in reception…

  6. Facebook buys Oculus VR for two billion dollars


    Sci-fi fans rejoice as we move ever closer to the end of civilisation.

  7. Pepsi Max, Unbelievable


    Pepsi Max brings you the 'Unbelievable'. Unbelievable feats and experiences created for you by Pepsi Max. Pepsi Max surprise commuters with an ‘unbelievable’ augmented reality experience at a bus shelter on New Oxford Street in London. Watch their reactions as unbelievable scenarios unfold before their eyes; from a giant robot crashing through the street to a passer by being abducted by flying saucers.