The Website Will Be Down For The Next Few Days…

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We’ll be away for a few days…

Why?…

UniqueDaily V8: The Grid Is Back, Again!

The new site will be up by Monday morning. UniqueDaily V8 will return to a photo grid format… Don’t worry, the posts (photogrid) will all be external links! Meaning; when you click on a photo, on the grid, it’ll take you directly to the source. It will not take you to an internal post like it did last time (UD:V5) which was a BIG lesson learned.

If you’re anxious to see what the site will look like, here’s a little peek of the theme we’re working off of… keep in mind there’s many visual customizations that will get tweaked and worked out.

Until then, see you on Monday!

Michael — UD

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Creepy Eyes!

“Sitting at a national coney island and my wife starts rubbing her eyes. Then she starts wiggling them back and forth & I could see her contacts under her eyelids.” — Andrew Costanza

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Master Of Tides – Lindsey Stirling

“Wow… Lindsey Stirling has been getting a huge ‘push’ lately by the industry! For a solo violinist (pushing 30 years old), that is simply amazing. Kudos to her!” — VivaToddVegas

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Scientists Program Largest Swarm Of Robots Ever

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“Alone, the simple little robot can’t do much, shuffling around on three vibrating tooth-pick legs. But working with 1,000 or more like-minded fellow bots, it becomes part of a swarm that can self-assemble into any two-dimensional shape. These are some of the first steps toward creating huge herds of tiny robots that form larger structures—including bigger robots. Building swarming robots can also help scientists understand collective behavior seen in nature, from bird flocks and fish schools to networks of cells and neurons. In the past, researchers have only been able to program at most a couple hundred robots to work together. Now, researchers at Harvard University have programmed the biggest robot swarm yet.” w/ photos + video

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