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Bombing Hills

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SF cyclists take a thrilling rip down the Marin Headlands

There's nothing quite like the pure, simple joy of bombing a hill on a bike or skateboard. Add some stunning scenery and a solid soundtrack to the occasion, and you have yourself all the makings of a viral hit. San Francisco production crew Werehaus prove it with this great short vid, which follows a couple of guys on BMX bikes tearing down Hunt Hill in SF's Marin Headlands. The......read more

Wax Tailor ft. Aloe Blacc, "Time To Go"

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Watch a stop-motion "quadropus" turn the city blue

Here's the best stop-motion animation we've seen in a good minute. The video comes courtesy of Australian animation studio Oh Yeah Wow, who crafted the visual tale to Wax Tailor's "Time To Go" (featuring our guy Aloe Blacc). To make the clip, the crew created a blue crotcheted "quadropus" (a four-legged octopus, duh) then spent three months filming the creature slithering......read more

Smart Web Platform Diverts Energy Waste to Charity

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Ohmconnect offers users cash or charitable donations in exchange for saved energy during peak hours

From writer Rachel Signer and our friends at Collectively: Maybe you've heard of smart homes, where devices and appliances are connected so they can "talk" to each other. Well, they're getting smarter, and greener.  Imagine: it's around 6pm, and people are arriving home from work. Everybody turns on their lights, stoves, and heating or air conditioning all at once, placing demand on the......read more

Chicago Food Deserts Down 40 Percent

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City sees increasing access to fresh food, but lots of work still needed

With First Lady Michelle Obama in Chicago to address the city's food desert problem, a report [PDF] released this week shows that the amount of people without easy access to fresh, healthy food is down 40 percent over the last five years. Still, an estimated 384,000 Chicagoans -- mostly African-Americans, 124,000 of which are children -- live in food desert neighbourhoods. There is no......read more

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