Cerbero is a 14-year-old poodle that’s travelled more than the rest of us

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By Rachel Oakley in Cool Travel on Thursday 28 August 2014

Lately we’ve seen a slew of dog bucket list photos and videos making the rounds on the Internet. But what if a dog’s owner simply took their beloved pooch travelling just for the sake of good times? Ety Fefer took her 14-year-old poodle all around the world and documented every moment with a cute but hilarious blog titled Cerbero on the Road. So, where has Cerbero been in his 14 years?

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An Unstealable Bicycle: the answer to all our problems!

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By Milo Sumner in New Design on Thursday 28 August 2014

There are so many positive aspects to cycling: it’s a great way to combine travel and exercise, you can avoid being crammed up with other people during your morning commute, less cars mean less emissions and also it’s simply pretty cool.

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Fancy yourself a talented photographer? Enter the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards

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By Feature Shoot in New Photography on Thursday 28 August 2014

Up and coming photographers looking to get some amazing exposure for their work should apply for the Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards. Feature Shoot, a photo blog devoted to showcasing compelling work from both establishing and emerging photographers, is presenting the annual award to three photographers working in documentary, portraiture or fine art.

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Finger condoms protect you from the messiness of eating fried chicken and sticky donuts

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By Rachel Oakley in New Products on Thursday 28 August 2014

You know what really bites? Eating fried chicken and getting all that grease over your fingers and not having a napkin in sight. Or biting into a donut and forgetting to protect your fingers from the stickiness of that delicious icing. It’s the little things in life that can ruin our days. But our days are about to get a whole lot more tasty and OCD-free, thanks to these finger condoms.

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Just six months after the winter Olympics, Sochi is now virtually a ghost town

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Thursday 28 August 2014

Just six months ago, this place was brimming with visitors from around the world as it hosted the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Today, the streets are empty, the shops and hotels are closed, and the structures are left unfinished. The neighborhood of Rosa Khutor is now virtually a ghost town.

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Billy Crystal’s tribute speech to Robin Williams will have you weeping and laughing at the same time

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By Milo Sumner in Video on Thursday 28 August 2014

At the Emmy Awards Ceremony on Monday, guests were fortunate to witness a truly heartwarming spectacle as actor Billy Crystal paid tribute to his dear friend and colleague, Robin Williams. After a lifetime of fighting mental illness, Williams committed suicide a little over two weeks ago. The world of entertainment, and indeed the world at large, was hit hard at the loss of such a dazzlingly talented comedian.

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Sleepy chick: probably the cutest hedge we’ve ever laid our eyes on

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Art on Wednesday 27 August 2014

Strolling along the Jardin des Plantes in Nantes, France, you might come across a rather unusual sight: a giant, green bird taking a lazy afternoon nap. ‘Poussin endormi’, which means ‘Sleepy Chick’, is a charming topiary sculpture of a napping bird by French artist Claude Ponti.

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Pin this brooch to wear a piece of literature you’ve enjoyed reading

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By Kenny Ong in New Design on Wednesday 27 August 2014

You can now wear a piece of literature you’ve enjoyed reading, thanks to the crafty hands of London-based artist Sarah of House of Ismay. She has created decorative pins made from reclaimed wood covered with the worn out pages from many classic books. Each handmade brooch features the name of an important character or a well-known excerpt and quote, and they are then paired with relevant shapes.

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Merfin: flippers that will turn you into a beautiful mermaid

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Products on Wednesday 27 August 2014

Why go diving with regular scuba gear when you can don on a pair of flippers that will turn you into an enchanting mermaid? ‘MerFin’ flippers is a product of a collaboration between Urban Outfitters and designer Kazzie Mahina. It’s basically the same as a boring ‘ol flipper – except it makes you look like you have a mermaid tail, which is like a hundred times cooler!

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Kids with inappropriate spelling errors are the funniest things ever

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 27 August 2014

Kids say the darndest things – and by ‘darndest’ I meant highly inappropriate and NSFW language! Check out this collection of photos that show how kids are a bundle of joy, even when they don’t intend to.

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What if guy BFFs acted like girl BFFs? It would be weirdly creepy, that’s what

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By Milo Sumner in Video on Wednesday 27 August 2014

Let’s be honest here: men are from mars and women are from venus. Or something like that. At any rate there are some whoppingly irreconcilable differences between how males friends act with each other and how female friends act with each other [watch the video here].

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Small things that are surprisingly big: this incredibly versatile sofa bed

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By Rachel Oakley in New Design on Wednesday 27 August 2014

At first glance, the Sosia doesn’t look like much at all. In fact, it looks just like a small screen you’d use to separate a room. But dig a little deeper and you’ll see that this is no ordinary room divider. In fact, the Sosia’s main function is actually a sofa.

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Highlights of Burning-Man festival in photos (and lots of them)

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By Milo Sumner in New Photography on Wednesday 27 August 2014

Started in 1986, Burning-Man is perhaps the most famous festival of its kind in the world. Based around values of community and self-expression, the week-long event is hosted in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA. Championing radical artistic expression and self-reliance, Burning-Man has ever been a haven for like-minded people who strive to live by a certain set of values.

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These are what famous places look like throughout the course of a day

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Photography on Wednesday 27 August 2014

Can’t decide whether to visit a famous monument during the day, when the sun shines bright and the place is buzzing with activity, or during the night, when the structure is gorgeously illuminated by the stars and spotlights? Photographer Richard Silver can you help you with that, thanks to his series, ‘Time Slice’.

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Tasmanian festival is invaded by rabbits the size of houses

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By Milo Sumner in New Art on Wednesday 27 August 2014

This month Launceston, Tasmania, is playing host to the Junction Arts Festival, a series of ‘unexpected art adventures weaving through the city.’ From music to installations, Junction is an energy-packed festival that combines joy with interactive performances to show that art needn’t be limited to gallery spaces.

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