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  • Human Rights Watch, Transparency Groups Condemn Twitter's Politwoops Ban

    An open letter asks Twitter to restore API access to a service that automatically saved politician's deleted tweets.

    Last month, Twitter revoked access to its API from Politwoops, a network of sites that automatically archived the deleted tweets of politicians.

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  • These ATMs In Kenya Dispense Clean Water Instead Of Cash

    A Dutch engineering firm has developed a clever way to distribute water in developing countries while collecting revenue for the community.

    When Dutch engineering firm Grundfos started researching the best ways to distribute water in Nairobi, Kenya, they found that access to clean water wasn't the problem. In most communities, people could go to central spigots and pay a fee for access to groundwater that's both drinkable and readily available.

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  • How Well Do You Know The News? Take Our Quiz!

    What happened this week? Here's our quiz for September 4, 2015.

    Did you follow the news this week? Research says that one of the best ways to solidify new information is to be tested on it. Here's a chance to bolster your knowledge of current events?and earn a special emoji badge. cool-face

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  • Here's What Happens When You Unleash A Bunch Of Designers On An Island And Tell Them To Build Their Dream Campsite

    How do designers go glamping? With a hand-built sauna and pizza oven, naturally.

    Armed with a few supplies, two weeks time, and a wealth of ideas, 18 designers descended on the Swedish island of Gotland and built their dream campsite. Hailing from all across Europe and practicing an array of disciplines?from product design to biology and mathematics?the group riffed on the landscape and crafted tents, hand-dyed sails, a hot tub and more all in the spirit of collaboration. Designers on Holiday is the ultimate?albeit all-too-twee?rustic summer getaway.

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  • The Vivid And Daring Visual Identities Of Airlines During The Jet Age

    We talk to Matthias C. Hühne about his new book Airline Visual Identity: 1945-1975 and why airline branding used to be so much better than it is today.

    When Continental announced its sudden merger with United Airlines back in 2010, they unveiled the very vanilla visual identity that's still in use today. The uninspired new logo?which simply stuck the United Airlines name onto Continental's blue "whiffle ball" logo?replaced the iconic "tulip" logo designed by legend Saul Bass in 1973. It also joined the ranks of countless other airline identities that are playing it safe with competent but bland visual identities?awfully similar as a result.

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