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This soda-dispensing vending machine in Seattle might potentially be haunted

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in Uncategorized on Monday 14 April 2014

What a find: a soda machine located in an obscure part of Seattle’s Capital Hill has been around for a decade and a half, with one slightly disconcerting detail: no one knows who stocks or maintains the damn thing. It even has a button you can press to get your hands on a mystery drink, […]

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A swimming pool in the middle of the desert? Not a mirage

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By Lai Chow in Uncategorized on Tuesday 8 October 2013

Los Angeles-based Ball-Nogues Studio, reworked the plywood structure of one of its art installations, Talus Dome, to create a new art installation: Yucca Crater near Joshua Tree National Park. With the 30-ft earthwork and participatory installation, visitors were able to climb in and jump into 8 feet of glistening water. The pool is a reference […]

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Weird interview questions from Apple, Google, Amazon

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Uncategorized on Thursday 3 October 2013

Job interviews might be one of the reasons some of us stay in our crappy 9 – 5 jobs. There’s just something creepy about divulging (sometimes personal) information to a stranger behind a desk who’s gazing down at you, judging you. And we’ve all had that one job interview that turned an awkward moment into […]

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