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Food-Porn: Tempting You, Tempting Me, Tempting Robots

(0) Comments | Posted March 12, 2013 | 5:54 AM

Whilst teenagers and drunk office colleagues are sharing pictures of their naked bits on their mobiles, even posting them to social media, there is another delight quickly climbing to the top of the "things that make you go Hmm" (or "Yumm") in the social media activities: Food-Porn. Don't be silly,...

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Lookk-Out: Fashion Retail Is More Nuts and Bolts Than Pixels

(5) Comments | Posted February 18, 2013 | 6:51 AM

London Fashion Week 2013 is showcasing to great success this year. The British talent today will exhibit its creative power and label muscle alongside the power houses . Many shows have gone mainstream thanks to live digital broadcasting. Technology indeed has democratised what only a few years ago was the...

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Bio-Slavery: The 2032 Factory Worker Is Likely to Be a (Plant) (Triffid)

(0) Comments | Posted January 23, 2013 | 12:03 PM

Professor Carole Collet, Reader in Textile Futures at the University Of The Arts, and founder of the Textiles Futures postgraduate degree course at London's Central Saint Martins College, elegantly approaches the stage in 5inch heels. Within two minutes of her French accentuated presentation, the...

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'Kiddie-Hack': Primary School Developers

(4) Comments | Posted December 28, 2012 | 6:00 PM

In an elementary school in North London, a young girl of just ten years of age sits at a desktop computer and clicks on a golden smiley cat icon. She looks at the screen and quickly remembers where she left her command blocks sequence.

She is programming a dancing...

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'Eco-doom': Silently Trending on Teens Virtual Networks

(0) Comments | Posted November 20, 2012 | 12:21 PM

In June 1992, the United Nations held a conference on environment and development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. A 12-year-old Canadian girl approaches the podium dressed in a floral summer dress, the picture of teenage nervous solemnity. Her opening words fall on the delegates' heads like a tonne of bricks,...

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