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After 80 Years Of Confusing People, the London Underground Now Has An Accurate Map Up until recently, the London Underground was difficult to navigate because of its beautifully-drawn yet horribly inaccurate map. But there’s a new map in town — actually, the London Underground’s been using a more accurate map for a while now and just not sharing it.
10 Tricks To Master Apple Mail On iOS Apple’s mobile email client has been designed with simplicity in mind, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some useful tips and tricks to be found if you look closely enough.
At Scotland's Crawick Multiverse Garden, You Can Look Into The Void Have you ever wanted to meander between two spiral galaxies, or follow in the footsteps of a comet? Now visitors to southwest Scotland’s Nith Valley can do just that. Welcome to the “Crawick Multiverse,” a massive installation created by renowned landscape architect Charles Jencks that gives symbolic physical form to some of our most abstract physics theories.
A Life-Size Plush BB-8 Is The Next Best Thing To A Real Droid Sphero’s version of BB-8 rolls and moves just like the movie version does, but at around half-a-foot tall it’s a little disappointing in terms of scale. That’s why we’re tempted to drop $US50 on this life-size plush version from ThinkGeek that feels more like a true companion droid.
This Is What A Road Bike Might Look Like, If There Were No Design Rules People don’t often realise it, but the design of every high-end bicycle is shaped, one way or another, by the governing body of bike racing, the Union Cycliste Internationale. This is what bikes might look like if their rulebook didn’t exist.