Making a parody will soon become legal in the UK

 

When it comes to the right to take the mickey out of famous songs, movies or books, the UK has always cast envious eyes toward the US.

“If you’re a YouTube sensation-in-waiting, just gagging to unleash your parodies onto the world, what is it that you can and can’t do under the new rules? For a start, you can make a pastiche, caricature or parody, and while there’s no word on transformative works (i.e. mashups like Buttery Biscuit Base and They’re Taking the Hobbits to Isengard) we’d imagine they’re pretty safe, too”

 

 

Source: www.engadget.com

TSA offering $15K for ideas to speed up security lines – WFAA

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TSA offering $15K for ideas to speed up security lines
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“As such, the current challenge is a targeted request for inventive ideas that allows the agency to crowd source by engaging diverse and non-traditional groups of thinkers and solvers.”

Source: www.wfaa.com

MIT Researchers Create Personalized Vision-Correcting Displays

Have trouble seeing? No worries. A team of university researchers is developing displays that can adjust itself depending on your prescription.

Source: www.entrepreneur.com

 

 

 

 

My vision changed once I hit 40. I have to hold everything far away to see it.  I don’t think my arms will be long enough to see anything when I turn 50. Thank you MIT… My Obamacare plan does not cover Arm Lengthening Surgery. 

Thrift Store Paintings With Added Extras

Ontario-based artist David Irvine who is also known as “The Gnarled Branch” buys old paintings from thrift shops and markets and adds his own special touches to them.
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Source: www.graphic-design-blog.com