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  • The First Brand on the Moon Could Be a Japanese Energy Drink

    Japanese company Otsuka is packing a powered form of its amazingly named beverage Pocari Sweat into a time capsule built to last 30 years on the moon’s craggy surface and sending it to the moon in 2015 on the SpaceX-funded Falcon 9 rocket and Astrobotic Technology’s “Griffin Lander.” The can will be left on the moon’s surface as a kind of mini billboard – the first commercial product delivered to another world for marketing purposes.

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  • Dear World: Boston Marathon

    Photographer Robert X. Fogarty’s latest project in his “Dear World” message-on-skin portrait series focuses on survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings.

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  • No Rent for You! “Seinfeld” Apartment Recreated on Oculus Rift

    It’s a replica for the rest of us. Jerry Seinfeld’s fictional Upper West Side digs have been given new life on Oculus Rift. The intricate endeavor, dubbed Jerry’s Place VR, maps out the title character’s apartment down to the smallest of details, including a Superman action figure and 90s-era magazines scattered on the coffee table.

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  • Denim on Demand

    New York-based apparel company Flint & Tinder is rebooting an American icon – the perfect pair of jeans. They’ve developed a revolutionary new system they’re calling “Denim on Demand,” offering high-quality selvedge jeans made to order in NYC for just $98.

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  • The 35 Best Google Doodles

    From Lego to Les Paul, MC Escher to Dr Seuss, here’s a look back at the greatest Google Doodles to date, including illustrations, animations and beyond.

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  • Jerry Seinfeld’s Intentionally Bad, New-Old Acura Ads

    Jerry Seinfeld has written eight new Acura commercials in collaboration with Boston ad agency Mullen as part of the brand’s title sponsorship of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Inspired by actual car commercials from the ’60s, the faux-vintage spots will bookend new episodes of the show.

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