Darwin Deez is the creeper in your stock video nightmares for the indie group's latest video. Their new album Songs For Imaginative People is out now.
Google is giving us an idea of what life would look like (if you are a professional ice-skating pilot who dances with the American Ballet and carves ice sculptures in their spare time) with this short video shot entirely through their Glass headset. The hands-free device allows you to send and receive messages, search the web, and take pictures and video, all with just the sound of your voice. Now, get out there and take up some hobbies interesting enough to record on a $1,500 pair of glasses.
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Not all comforters are created equally. For those looking to step up their sleep game, Brooklinen's All-Season Down Comforter is the ideal addition to turn your bed in to a year-round cloud of comfort. Handmade in Northwest Canada of premium Hutterite down, a soft cotton sateen shell and a baffle box construction, this is a no-brainer upgrade. Warm enough to rely on during the winter and light enough to keep on your bed year round. After 5 months of back orders, these babies are finally back in stock so grab one while you can.
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After a box containing hundreds of negatives was discovered at an auction in 2007, a new street photographer was accidentally born. The mysterious photos belonged to nanny Viviam Maier and have now been exhibited in the United States, England, Germany, Denmark, and Norway and published in the book Vivian Maier: Street Photographer. This documentary follows John Maloof's search to uncover the life of one of the most talented street photographers we almost didn't know.