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Butt Art iPad app teaches children how to draw

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What’s the best way to get kids to draw? Well, you can start by having them draw butts. Yep, that’s the premise behind a new iPad app from New York start-up Madbrook that is launching its Butt Art – Kids Learn to Draw Zoo Animals Step-by-Step app today, joining two Everything...
Butt Art iPad app teaches children how to draw

Watching J and his team play soccer. K and mom are freezing their butts off. (@ Iverson Park) http://4sq.com/a2CnSb

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Watching J and his team play soccer. K and mom are freezing their butts off. (@ Iverson Park) http://4sq.com/a2CnSb

Get your glowsticks out and dance...to the Skype ringtone?

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Nerdy house music may be about to join NerdCore in the genre of geek related music. House duo, Jonathan Gjertsen and Morten Reinhard of Oslo have put together a funky house track based on the familiar Skype dial tone. The pair announced the publication of their track on SoundCloud and...
Get your glowsticks out and dance...to the Skype ringtone?

Choosing the right toilet paper. http://lgno.me/9ydp34 [Choosy butts choose...]

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Choosing the right toilet paper. http://lgno.me/9ydp34 [Choosy butts choose...]
Why did Netflix sputter, while Amazon's Prime Instant Video kept chugging along?

Why Didn't Any Startups Get Off Their Butts And Pitch This Captive Audience?

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Pitch me maybe? (Photo: flickr.com/joeshlabotnik) Tonight is the premiere of the Public’s revival of Sondheim’s In the Woods, which means free tickets were distributed at 1p.m. yesterday. Because New Yorkers love nothing so much as an excuse to stand in line at a park (see also: Shake Shack), Gothamist reports that...
Why Didn't Any Startups Get Off Their Butts And Pitch This Captive Audience?
'Jurassic Park' coming to IMAX 3D for one week only in April

The Real War At SXSW: AT&T Versus 15,000 Data-Crazed Geeks

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We’ve talked a lot this week about the so-called “Location War” brewing at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas starting tomorrow. That war will happen, but actually, there are likely to be a lot of winners because a few of the location-based services should be able to leverage the exposure...
The Real War At SXSW: AT&T Versus 15,000 Data-Crazed Geeks

Startup Spotlight: What’s In This Stuff identifies the gross stuff you’re eating

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What's in this Stuff founders Tymon Johns and Chris Smith Ever wonder what’s in your Frosted Flakes or Fritos? A new Seattle startup is looking to provide answers to those questions, allowing users to get the scoop on the ingredients that make up their food. The company — aptly dubbed What’s...
Startup Spotlight: What’s In This Stuff identifies the gross stuff you’re eating
Solar-powered LEDs flood Tokyo river during the city’s firefly festival [PICS]

Making Learning Fun For Kids, Everything Butt Art Launches Its First iPad App

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You know what’s funny? If you Google “how do you get kids to learn” (sans quotes, even), the first result goes to this TechCrunch blog post about an app that lets kids draw butts on the iPad. Really! The company, Madbrook (aka Everything Butt Art), launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NY in...
Making Learning Fun For Kids, Everything Butt Art Launches Its First iPad App

Microsoft posts weird Windows 8 commercials, then promptly takes them down

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It appears Microsoft either made a mistake by posting new Windows commercials or was just flat-out embarrassed by the initial response. On Wednesday afternoon, both Neowin and WPCentral noticed that Microsoft uploaded three new spots to the official Windows YouTube channel. The ads, titled “Windows 8 Training Camp,” featured groups of...
Microsoft posts weird Windows 8 commercials, then promptly takes them down

Should we just play Chopsticks? Microsoft uses Siri to ridicule iPad in latest commercial

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Microsoft is taking another swing at a competitor and this time it’s Apple’s iPad getting the backhand slap. In its latest Windows commercial titled “Less talking, more doing,” Microsoft uses Siri’s voice to show how Windows tablets can perform tasks that the iPad cannot, all at a cheaper price. Important...
Should we just play Chopsticks? Microsoft uses Siri to ridicule iPad in latest commercial

Jeff Bezos: 7 gems from his Amazon Web Services talk

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Jeff Bezos spoke this afternoon at the Amazon Web Services re: Invent conference in Las Vegas, interviewed on stage by Amazon technology chief Werner Vogels. It was a wide-ranging talk, covering not just AWS but also Bezos’ entrepreneurial advice, the principles of Amazon’s business, and even two of Bezos’ side...
Jeff Bezos: 7 gems from his Amazon Web Services talk
New Year's resolutions: startup style

Reminder: Webby Award voting ends tomorrow, give the Engadget Show some love

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Do you really want to hurt us? Do you really want to make us cry? If not, you should head on over to the Webby Awards site and vote for the Engadget Show. Seriously, though, it's an honor just to have our humble production nominated for the third year...
Reminder: Webby Award voting ends tomorrow, give the Engadget Show some love
Hold On To Your Butts: There's a New Instagram With a New Filter

Fairness For Shareholders Who Bust Their Butts

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Editor’s note: Ronen Shilo is the founder, chairman, and CEO of Conduit, a provider of cloud-based solutions that empower web and mobile publishers to engage their users across multiple platforms. Follow him on his Conduit blog and on Twitter. Every day I thank the universe for my inexperience. Why do I...
Fairness For Shareholders Who Bust Their Butts

Firefox Is Losing The Race To Chrome

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Many people have asked me why I started developing ExtensionFM on Chrome before Firefox. Firefox has about 25% market share while Chrome has only 5%. Below are ten reasons why I believe Chrome is the better browser right now and easier to develop applications for. Let me first say that...
Firefox Is Losing The Race To Chrome

Gogo launches next-gen in-flight internet, with better speeds and more capacity

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Gogo is pretty much the standard for in-flight internet. But, as much as it's saved our workaholic butts on a number of occasions, we've always said there's room for improvement. Speeds are often on the low side and connectivity can be unreliable on a plane packed with fellow web...
Gogo launches next-gen in-flight internet, with better speeds and more capacity

Just launched! Warby Barker starts selling custom frames for canines

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This just in from Warby Parker, the social good startup making waves in the custom eyewear space: ”There’s nothing we loathe more than seeing a cute dog in heinous glasses. That’s why we’re pleased to offer a limited-edition Canine Collection featuring five of our classic vintage-inspired frames, each crafted from chew-resistant...
Just launched! Warby Barker starts selling custom frames for canines

daily bizcard 019: tim o’reilly

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Today’s “Daily Bizcard” design, “Life Is Too Short”, goes to Tim O’Reilly, CEO of O’Reilly Media. What’s there to say about Tim that hasn’t been said already? He’s one one of our great Internet and technology visionaries. I was fortunate to meet him a few months ago at Supernova...
daily bizcard 019: tim o’reilly

Everything Butt Art: The future of children’s books takes to Kickstarter

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Time has shown that tablets can do amazing things, and using them to build immersive books is one of them. But up until this past February, I never saw a children’s book that truly realized the hidden potential packed into the iPad. Everything Butt Art, which spans across traditional books, ebooks...
Everything Butt Art: The future of children’s books takes to Kickstarter

Dollar Shave Club's Latest, Greatest Idea Is Baby Wipes for Bro Butts

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(Screencap: YouTube) When last we heard from Dollar Shave Club, a razorless Dennis Crowley was wondering if the subscription service e-commerce startup was a “meme/hoax,” as he had signed up but not yet received his “fucking great” razors. Now in an effort to “own the bathroom,” DSC is launching a...
Dollar Shave Club's Latest, Greatest Idea Is Baby Wipes for Bro Butts

Ready My Cyanide Capsule!: Space Invader IRL

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Space Invaders: apparently they're not just really crappy 8-bit spaceships like I was hoping. They...are much, MUCH more terrifying. Not gonna lie, if it came down to having to fight these things to save earth I'd probably just say "f*** it" "I'm way too drunk for this shit" and...
Ready My Cyanide Capsule!: Space Invader IRL
Winning! Deverge and Dealflicks earn fame and fortune as the first two #WinSXSW finalists

Windows 8: Hide Yo Kids, Hide Yo Wives

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Windows 8: Hide Yo Kids, Hide Yo Wives: Sean Gallagher in an op-ed for Ars Technica: If even a tenth of a percent of new Windows 8 users respond with the level of dismay and distress my wife did, Microsoft and those unlucky enough to be in frontline tech support...
Windows 8: Hide Yo Kids, Hide Yo Wives

Studios Should Take Notice of IMAX's Dominant Batman Showing

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Studios Should Take Notice of IMAX's Dominant Batman Showing: Forget the 3D nonsense, if Hollywood wants to keep butts in the seats, they need to go all-in on IMAX. While you can certainly argue that the home theater experience is comparable to that of many standard theaters (and in some...
Studios Should Take Notice of IMAX's Dominant Batman Showing
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Universal Is Well Aware The Internet Loves Fast & Furious 6, In Fact They're Betting On It

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So metal. (Photo: Screencap) There are marriages that don’t live as long as the Fast and the Furious franchise, which somehow made it through the rough patch that was Tokyo Drift and continues to bump along more than a decade later. Sure, the series is a little light in the plaudits department,...
Universal Is Well Aware The Internet Loves Fast & Furious 6, In Fact They're Betting On It
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