The week’s biggest stories in the world of tech, creativity and business.
The original selfie stick creator, circa 1926.
Fighting for chocolate justice against Cadbury and the ‘non-Dairy Milk’ Creme Egg.
Drones fly down the red carpet of the Golden Globes, but who were they wearing?!
Photography: The Atlantic shows us a ‘World Transfixed By Screens’.
Now you can find the birthday of that one plumber you emailed once. Thanks Google Calendar.
The world’s biggest indoor farm is 100 times more productive than traditional methods, and about 100 times more pink too.
The Random Darknet Shopper is an automated bot with a weekly budget of $100 in Bitcoin. It makes one Deep Web purchase a week, which will be compiled for a Zurich art show.
The New York Times tracks Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson as they attempt to free-climb the 3,000-foot Down Wall.
Toe tapping stop motion by Greg Barth.
This way to the Museum of Stolen Art.
Tinder gets Tappy.
The biodegradable drone grown from mushrooms.
Dress like Marty McFly – Nike goes Back To The Future.
“Hey DDB. Remember that Netflix ad where something funny happened? Me neither.”
This list originally appeared in Moving World Wednesday 20150114
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