Yoann Lemoine has directed music videos for some of pop’s biggest stars, including Lana Del Rey, Katy Perry, and Drake. But Lemoine doesn’t just make videos for other people. The French director is also a musician, creating complex and layered songs under the moniker Woodkid. For one of his latest songs, “The Golden Age,” Lemoine has combined his talents, pairing the 10-minute-long track with a strange and symbolic video that uses a 3D scanner to juxtapose new technology with black-and-white images of life deep in the country.

The video starts with the figure of a man slowly sliding into shot. It’s almost as if he’s being 3D printed: as the camera tracks down his body, we see his leg bones appear to coalesce under his skin. The camera…

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Everybody loves to hate email.

It’s overwhelming, all-encompassing, and perhaps most importantly, lacks the context we’ve come to expect from modern communication apps. It’s hard to blame email, though, since most apps we use for managing it can only communicate via IMAP, an age-old standard that’s slow and difficult to work with. When Google announced its Gmail API a few weeks ago, it seemed like we might finally have an answer to the question we’ve all been asking: when is email going to start working like the rest of our apps?

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A firefighter has an invention that he believes will keep school shooters out of classrooms. CNN affiliate WSYX reports.

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You had to feel sorry for the home team when host country Brazil got trounced 7-1 by Germany in their World Cup semifinal game on Tuesday.

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A woman whom police describe as a high-end prostitute is under arrest after they say she injected a Silicon Valley tech executive with heroin and then casually left as he lay dying.

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Posted by on Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 in Syndicated Post

Not so long ago, a cellphone used to look like a cellphone. But these days, it’s not unheard of to see someone talking on a rabbit pressed to his or her ear.

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