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Happy Batman Day!

Continuing the Batman Day tradition, DC Entertainment has combined forces with thousands of comic book retailers, bookstores, schools and libraries across the country to bring fans exciting festivities. There will be Batman and Harley Quinn masks, free comic book giveaways, talent signings and more-all to honor Gotham’s Dark Knight and its most beloved supervillain.
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That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind

On July 20th, 1969 Apollo 11 lands on the Moon on the Sea of Tranquillity and transmits the message, “Houston, Tranquillity Base here. The Eagle has landed." Six and a half hours later, astronaut Neil Armstrong becomes the first man to walk on the Moon, followed by Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin. As Armstrong steps onto the lunar surface he proclaims, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” Across the globe, nearly 700 million television viewers witness the event as it happens.
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Dino Pet by Biopop

Dino Pet, the New Living, Interactive, Bioluminescent Pet

Dino Pet gives "Man's Best Friend" a whole new meaning with this new illuminated pet for tons of fun and less cleanup.Have you ever wanted an interactive pet that uses naturally occurring bioluminescence to glow brilliantly when you play with it at night? Then the Dino Pet by BioPop is just for you! It's cleaner than dogs, eats less than a baby, and smells better than anyone. Anyone.
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fluid art

What is Fluid Art?

California-based artist Crystal Ma has discovered a captivating way of creating art on canvas. The technique is called "Fluid Art" and the results are mesmerizing.The process starts by diluting the paint with pouring medium, water, and a tiny bit of silicon to trigger a chemical reaction. The contents will either be poured directly onto a canvas or turned upside onto the canvas and released for a more sudden and dramatic reaction.
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Moneypenny illustration

James Bond's Moneypenny Gets Her Own Comic

We all know Moneypenny as M's secretary from the hit James Bond movies, but her character is about to take on a major role.Dynamite Comics wants to alter the character's perception by creating a single issue comic book where Moneypenny portrays an action hero rather than the secretary that James Bond flirts with before he goes out on a major mission. The comic will be titled James Bond: Moneypenny, where she'll be re-imagined into a personal bodyguard, every bit as kickass as 007 himself, and where we'll get to dive deeper into the character's back story beyond M's office.
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Woman on bed

People Are Getting Married to Themselves

It's hard to find the perfect person that you want to spend the rest of your life with. Today, some people, particularly women, are participating in a new self-love practice called "sologamy".Erika Anderson, whose self-marriage ceremony helped this trend go viral, said it's more than just the dress:
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Wannabe by the Spice Girls

Women across the world give new meaning to

The Global Goals, an organization created to help put an end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change, has put together this video of women dancing their hearts out to "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls. The video was created to establish awareness of women's rights and how you can be part of a movement to help obtain those rights.
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3D Pixar-style character

Artist Creates 3D Pixar-Style Characters Using Stranger's Faces

There are so many talented artists and designers out there today and one of them that really stood out is Lance Phan, 3D CGI animator and designer known for creating Pixar-esque animated characters of complete strangers.
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3D printed faces from DNA code

Artist Creates Faces From DNA Left In Public

We leave DNA everywhere we go. From the strand of hair that drifted off our head taking a walk to the lick of saliva left on a glass at your favorite cafe. No matter where you go, your DNA was left somewhere at some point in time.
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