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#breadcrumbs, September 2, 2016

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Our Slack channel #breadcrumbs is essentially short form for our internal knowledge sharing initiative: BIRDWATCH.  Our team’s love of sharing the latest and greatest has resulted in a collection of over 10,000 links. Now, we’re opening up the wealth of knowledge that is #breadcrumbs to you.

1. After 5 years of waiting, Instagram finally gives us the zoom feature we’ve been demanding. No more screen-shots.

2. Throw these artists a bone! A contemporary art exhibit exclusively for dogs opened in London. We hope this is a trend that continues.

3. The late Bea Arthur‘s home will turn into a homeless shelter for LGBTQ youth.

4.  Freegians rejoice: a new app for ordering cheap leftovers from restaurants and bakeries.

5. Studio Borgman / Lenk took the pixel aesthetic to life and completed an incredible architectural installation at a school in Denmark.

6. From spray cans to fashion fans, Brooklyn-based graffiti artist GucciGhost’s collaboration with Gucci is now available for sale online.

7. Coney Island debuts its annual public mural project, which encourages artists from all around the world to decorate one of New York’s most loved landmarks.

8. The Cut nails it! Check out the immense history behind why New York’s sport all black.

9. We are blown away by this WEB GL experience, and you will be too!

10. Take a look at the MIT brains that designed and built an interface for annotating livestreams.