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#Breadcrumbs January 26th, 2018

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From VR movies and the NIKE Air Force 1 reimagined, to Blue Planet II and Maison Margiela, we’ve got some great links in store for you this week.

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Image by The Charles
Image by The Charles
Image by The Charles

NEWS & BUSINESS

  • Here’s what you should know about the secret memo that’s causing such a media frenzy.
  • The Communist Party in China is censoring women who want to organize or reach out to the #MeToo movement.
  • Thanks to Trump, the “Doomsday Clock” ticked forward 30 seconds, to 2 minutes to midnight.
  • Does being an optimist mean you might live longer? Yes. See who those people are. #glasshalffull
  • Sadly, the Middle East peace talks have been disrupted.

FASHION

ART & CULTURE

  • Take a look inside the first digital art auction where the digital art world met memes and bitcoin.
  • After 25 years, Maya Angelou and Jean-Michel Basquiat’s children’s book “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me At All” remains relevant to the young and old.
  • A force unstoppable — The Second Annual Women’s March brought out four million marchers around the world.
  • Calling all Stranger Things fans: Finn Wolfhard will flex his bad boy skills in the new film adaptation of Goldfinch. Keep an eye out.
  • Fishin’ for a new show? Dive into Blue Planet II for an impressive look under the sea. #yourewelcome

TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

  • Do your research, and don’t get conned into “basic economy” fares without reading this first.
  • Google Chrome is as woke as ever with this new plug-in that autocorrects the phrase “racially charged” to “racist”.
  • Looks like the battle between future and traditional films begun after a VR movie lands a 7-figure deal at Sundance.
  • Thanks to Yondr, venues can now lock ticket-holders out of their smartphones during shows. Entertainment: 1, Fans: 0.
  • Reddit reveals easy-to-use applications that let people face-swap celebrities and porn stars, creating fake celebrity porn. #awk