DJI Osmo 4K Video with 3-axis Stabilizer.

Entertainment, Video/Film
DJI the popular drone maker which made heads turn with the Phantom, Phantom 2 and then the re-imagined Inspire 1 which lets you record 360º video without the legs of the drone coming in the way (they built it from the ground up) along with a dedicated 4K video camera using a 12mp chip from Sony. The company has created a device that competes with professional equipment but it's target is the action camera using GoPros for sports where the camera is used without stabilization. The gymbal is the magic, but the package that DJI built in the OSMO's pistol grip with controls easily accessible via your trigger finger and thumb make it a perfect tool to shoot videos on the move. [embed][/embed] The OSMO went on sale October 26th…
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GoPro launches compact, single-button Hero4 Session camera with iPhone

Entertainment, News, Video/Film
This is beautiful!! The brand new Hero4 Session camera by GoPro is just amazing, small, light and super clean! I'd love to get my hands on these babies and replace my GoPro Hero3 Black (but of course these can't do 4K). With their super light weight and small form-facture, make them the perfect companion to mount on your head, helmet, chest and close to you so you can focus more on the sport you're enjoying and less on how much additional weight you're carrying.   [embed][/embed] You get pretty good usage for how tiny it is, between 1hour 45minutes to 2 hours when using it with the GoPro App or with the wifi off respectively. Check out more details on the link below. GoPro on Monday announced a new $400…
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Simple Inventions go a long way

Genius, Random, Solutions
We all love our inventions and like to keep them as pure as possible. After all simplicity in a product takes you a long way. sprinkling a perfect inventions with useless features destroys the one thing you didn't say no to. Comic Strip Series - Wally Invents the two-handled coffee mug Source: Wally Invents the two-handled coffee mug | Dilbert by Scott Adams
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Dark Matter

Communicate Effectively, Lifestyle, Solutions
Excellent article over at Medium by Justin Barber Talks about our obsession, nay addiction with technology and the millions of screens available at our disposal, and what they all mean. It starts by realizing our problem with technology isn’t between us and our devices, it’s between you and me: we’re not addicted to our phones, we’re addicted to people. -Justin Barber Source: The Dark Matter of Screens - Part 1
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Color Accessibility – The Pocket Guide

Communicate Effectively
What is Color Accessibility? It's a condition faced by 5% of the entire population in the world, we should design with taking into account that these folks won't be able to see the vision we're trying to display with our creations. Geri from created this awesome pocket guide to help designers create designs that are accessible for people with colorblindness. Get your copy here! It's just a few bucks and will take you a long way in creating accessible designs.
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Job Searching

Job Searching, what to do when you're down in the dumps and have recently been laid off? Well it's pretty awesome times right now to be able to be at 10 places at the same time, or ever more if you're up to the challenge. With the greatest times that we're in right now, its so easy to apply for jobs and search for a job in the career that you're interested in. I'm not going to waste your time with what to do and what not to do, because tell you the truth.. you already know what to do. I'm just going to point you in the places that I found interesting and which are very different from all the other places that give you the ability to apply for…
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Steve Jobs’ 11 success principles.

Apple, Lifestyle
In a recent interview with John Sculley, the former CEO of Apple, said that it was a big mistake making him the CEO back in 1985, because the board thought Steve Jobs was too young to be the CEO. Sculley still to this day admits that he had no idea about computers, and that he used Steve Job's philosophy to carry on the company. He also shared with us the success principles that Steve Jobs strives on for each and every product. Here they are: 1. beautiful design; 2. customer experience; 3. no focus groups; 4. perfectionism; 5. vision; 6. minimalism; 7. hire the best; 8. sweat the details; 9. keep it small; 9. reject bad work; 10. perfection and 11. systems thinker. After looking at this list and comparing…
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