Posts Tagged ‘Making’

The creator of Katamari Damacy is making a game with Google’s Project Tango

The creator of Katamari Damacy is making a game with Google’s Project Tango

The 2004 game Katamari Damacy is an often beautiful, childlike oddity with a still-devoted following. Today, Katamari creator Keita Takahashi, along with other members of game studio Funomena, announced a new project that will likely pique the interest of those fans: Woorld, an experimental, augmented reality game powered by Google’s Project Tango. “By peeking through the window of...

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How to be human: how can I stop making everything about me?

How to be human: how can I stop making everything about me?

Leah Reich was one of the first internet advice columnists. Her column “Ask Leah” ran on IGN, where she gave advice to gamers for two and a half years. During the day, Leah is Slack’s user researcher, but her views here do not represent her employer. You can write to her at askleah@theverge.com and...

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Save at the salon by making your haircut last — Savings Experiment

Save at the salon by making your haircut last — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Did You Know Did you know that there are ways to make your haircut last longer and trim your salon costs too? First, brush your hair before bedtime. It helps redistribute natural oils from your scalp, which prevent dried and split ends. And to preserve your locks as you sleep,...

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Kwikset is making a completely key-free smart lock

Kwikset is making a completely key-free smart lock

No matter how many features are built into today’s smart door locks, they usually maintain one thing in common with the locks we’re all used to: the metal key. But now Kwikset is trying to do away with it. It’s beginning to show off a prototype smart lock that only uses a touchpad. It’ll...

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In Catastrophe’s second season, its characters keep making mistakes

In Catastrophe’s second season, its characters keep making mistakes

At the start of Catastrophe’s second season, Rob (Rob Delaney) and Sharon (Sharon Horgan) are idly lying in bed. The first thing we notice is that Sharon is pregnant, which is startling — the previous season ended with Sharon giving birth to the child she and Rob had conceived during a one-night stand. At...

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FDA approves new abortion drug label, making it easier for women seeking procedure

FDA approves new abortion drug label, making it easier for women seeking procedure

In a major victory for reproductive rights advocates, the FDA has just approved new labeling requirements for mifepristone, the most widely used abortion drug in the country. The decision will make it easier for millions of women seeking a medication abortion to get one, and undercuts legislation supported by anti-abortion lawmakers across the country. Continue...

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Save at the salon by making your haircut last — Savings Experiment

Save at the salon by making your haircut last — Savings Experiment

Filed under: Savings Experiment, Did You Know Did you know that there are ways to make your haircut last longer and trim your salon costs too? First, brush your hair before bedtime. It helps redistribute natural oils from your scalp, which prevent dried and split ends. And to preserve your locks as you sleep,...

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Mondo is making gorgeous Star Wars and Indiana Jones posters just in time for the new movies

Mondo is making gorgeous Star Wars and Indiana Jones posters just in time for the new movies

It looks like there’s going to be plenty of incredible posters to get people excited about a new Indiana Jones movie: Mondo has announced that it is teaming up with ACME Archives to create a new series of posters based on both the Indiana Jones and Star Wars franchises. The partnership is kicking off with...

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt is making a KKK movie for Amazon

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is making a KKK movie for Amazon

Amazon and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are making a film about the rise of the Ku Klux Klan. The film, titled K Troop, is still in the early phases of development, but Amazon has secured the rights to the movie and Gordon-Levitt will produce it, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Gordon-Levitt may star in the film, as...

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Creed director Ryan Coogler is making a TV show about juvenile detention

Creed director Ryan Coogler is making a TV show about juvenile detention

Creed director Ryan Coogler, along with Short Term 12 director Destin Daniel Cretton and writer Chinaka Hodge, is working on a new TV show called Minors. The fictional series will explore the lives of children who grow up within the juvenile detention system, Variety reports. Minors will follow a group of young adults over the...

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