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Adobe Just Built The Prettiest UI Ever
July 24th, 2017 by Fast Company
There is nothing quite like an artist’s palette. With this humble piece of paper or wood, the artist can mix infinite pigments, each of which can be dipped into again and again without a second thought. FiftyThree’s Paper did an incredible job at streamlining the palette for iPad screens.

How Restaurants Are Redesigning Themselves for the Ideal Instagram
July 21st, 2017 by The Verge
When it came time to design their first restaurant, Media Noche, San Francisco entrepreneurs Madelyn Markoe and Jessie Barker found themselves lacking inspiration. Their designer had asked them for ideas and they felt like “deer in headlights.” Ultimately, Markoe says, they came up with a single instruction: “We wanted to be Instagrammable.”
Apple Has Started Blogging to Draw Attention to Its AI Work
July 20th, 2017 by The Verge
After years of near-silence, Apple is slowly starting to make a bit of noise about its work on artificial intelligence. Last December the iPhone maker shared its first public research paper on the topic; this June it announced new tools to speed up machine learning on the iPhone; and today it started blogging. Sort of.
Amazon Cozies Up to Video Publishers with Marketing and Tech Support — and Cash
July 19th, 2017 by Digiday
Amazon wants video publishers and creators to distribute their work on its streaming platform. And it’s providing free marketing and technical support — and in some cases, financial incentives — to make that happen. Video publishers and creators have two primary ways to self-distribute on Amazon Prime: the Amazon Video Direct program...
Facebook Now Lets You Live Stream From Inside VR
July 18th, 2017 by The Verge
Facebook is adding a live-streaming feature to its virtual reality app Spaces. Starting today, Spaces users can position a virtual camera and stream a two-dimensional feed of themselves to people outside VR. Viewers can send reactions and comments just as they would on a normal Facebook Live video.
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