Your nothing but bitch-made if you only play with Real Madrid on FIFA 14.
By now, we’ve all gotten pretty used to not owning stuff—at least in the traditional, hold-it-in-your-hands sense. If you’re anything like me, your DVD collection stopped growing a few years back once Netflix and Hulu bolstered their offerings. And that CD storage stand (hell, even your iTunes account) has probably gathered dust thanks to Spotify and Rdio. But books? Turns out, we’re still content to pay $10 for a paperless novel that we’re not even certain we’ll like or finish. The publishing industry is among the last holdouts in the ongoing transition from owning media to accessing it through a monthly service, but that’s about to change with the launch of Oyster, an app released today for the iPhone that’s looking to transform the way you read and pay for books.
» via Wired
Book. Magical mind fruit.
Final spiral installation atop WTC, what a view!!
by Dave Choe
Hot tubbing… Well anywhere.
A 15m(49ft) head was fixed on a torso with cranes and integrated into a floating stage on Lake Constance near Bregenz, Austria. It is part of the stage setting for the opera ‘Andre Chenier’ by Italian composer Umberto Giordano.
Photo credit: Felix Kaestle/Associated Press
Hell of a stage…