The New Tesla Model M Concept Bike

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Alors que Tesla mise sur l’électrique avec principalement des voitures de luxe, le designer Jans Shlapins, basé à Londres et indépendant de la marque automobile, a décidé de se focaliser avec ce Model M Concept Bike aux deux-roues. Avec un système permettant d’alterner entre quatre modes de conduite – Race, Standard, Eco & Cruise -, cette moto fonctionnant avec des batteries au lithium ionique proposera un moteur de 201cv. Un concept à suivre de près, et à découvrir à travers quelques modélisations dans la suite.

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  • Need to go to a zone you don’t have on your travelcard? Oyster wins for once.
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 6-1.
    Paper wins.
  • Concerned about privacy? No tracking on paper travel cards.
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 6-0.
  • Never run the risk of being overcharged.
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 5-0.
  • Need to re-enter the station for a trip to the loo? No probs.
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 4-0.
  • “Card clash” - what’s that?
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 3-0.
  • If there’s a technical problem just show the date stamped card to the bus driver or guard at station.
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 2-0.
  • Never “run out of money on the card.
    Paper travel card vs Oyster card 1-0.
  • That from The Times. I do like his focus.
  • “To be able to qualify on it, I need it to be on an accredited track”. Well and I guess have a couple of IAAF reps doing the measuring?
  • who is building an officially registered IAAF-standard long jump pit next to his rural house (completely flat, highest spec possible).
  • “I have moved every aspect of my training to within 800 metres of my house … I’m going to become an athletics hermit”. Greg Rutherford who
  • Another reason to not go to music festivals: 1 in 3 festivalgoers “will buy a completely new wardrobe for the event”and never wear it again.

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  • “Revealed: The security hole in Chrysler cars is ridiculous”.
    The US police force a big customer. http://t.co/4WMAslVEg2
  • Full travel jacket: hi-tech coat raised over $1.5m “built-in pillow, eye-mask, gloves and earphone holders”. http://t.co/qSQnyKqpZb
  • Spotify boosts its dance music cred with a Beatport deal http://t.co/1Et5lfwL4j
  • Trains to Croydon properly messed up. Here comes the weekend. http://t.co/kPZNtlpp13
  • “Jeep hack prompts 1.4m car recall”. Internet of car crashes. http://t.co/OZIP59cxA3
  • (followed you since you blogged in your Sun days)
  • Paul - impressed with Discover Weekly, one year in purchase of EchoNest bearing fruits. Good, simple implementation.

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  • . How bad is Apple Music? It’s Apple Maps bad.
  • If thinks Apple Music is a nightmare then something can’t be right… https://t.co/9cUG7Qya91
  • organic Fairtrade wool, in red of course?
  • never mind the environment? The only car I’d want would be a nippy Tesla styled by the Alfa Romeo team.
  • Given the traffic and cost of parking, it makes no sense to own a car if you live in a city http://t.co/61inTXXl3T http://t.co/MMSr…
  • Revealed: The shocking number of cyclists killed or injured in London in the last year http://t.co/kY8g9XODFa http://t.co…
  • Karma Cola founder on BBC biz live. Remember Quibla Cola? Gone. But an organic Fairtrade cola is something should do.
  • and seems to have been drinking from the same sweet source, although on opposite parts of the globe.
  • #NowPlaying “The Moment” by Tame Impala from Currents. This is not the Tame Impala I saw at the Roundhouse a few ye… http://t.co/ZfgGiLWEPA
  • #NowPlaying “Rover - 2003 Remastered Version” by Jethro Tull from Heavy Horses. Remastering done fairly well. ♫ http://t.co/E1nrnpQS8H
  • “The sound editor’s question is, at its most essential: how do you experience the world? “. Solid piece of writing there TY
  • “This kind of noise … intended to blend in to the background – is called Foley. (… named after Jack Foley)”
  • “It is a central principle of sound editing that people hear what they are conditioned to hear, not what they are actually hearing.”
  • - consider ‘s piece in the today on sound artist Skip Lievsay for your weekend reading lists.
  • Rain is sizzling bacon, cars are lions roaring: the art of sound in movies | Jordan Kisner http://t.co/8h6zPp2hGL
  • BBC News - North Korea allows ‘first foreign band to perform’ - and it is Laibach http://t.co/JB6WIQY8CG
  • some paragraphs missing from that online article - Feb, Mar, May and Jun all warmest in 136 years. http://t.co/O6NceS3Z8q
  • Nigel Richards dominated French Scrabble…now we want him to try Romanian: http://t.co/uuigCn9JH8 http://t.co/0vYolf7…
  • Arnold : climate change is not science fiction #keepitintheground http://t.co/t332FEqz5F

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  • Interesting piece on how well Iceland have done today (outside EU) in The Thunderer by , but no mention of how radical they went

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  • ‘No hipsters injured’ in London fire http://t.co/TohsBPkY4W
  • “Heavy Horses” one of my fav concept albums along with “Welcome to My Nightmare” & Bernard Szajner’s “Some Deaths Take …”
  • 1979, mostly an Arctic punk - but I always had a soft spot for weirdos and that includes Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull http://t.co/F1GC9Iw1mT
  • Farmers OK, but without Jethro Tull and the early organic horseshit farming of Ian Anderson’s “Heavy … http://t.co/V7E23g4fk1
  • Robots Read News about Mexican tunnels. http://t.co/9e3hZYd6Kh
  • Saw Xiu Xiu 5 years ago the now defunct Luminaire, a bit more aggressive than this show seems to have been (but then TP is not about anger)
  • Experimental Post-Punk Band Xiu Xiu Plays the Music from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks http://t.co/8owpYR5ikP via
  • Underground classic. ♫ http://t.co/lVMGX230wD
  • https://t.co/1LXVDpJ7n6 - test your browser config (ie your web fingerprint), it just might be unique (via privacytools.io).
  • “If you’re still planning on writing a story about the Apple Watch, mine is now on eBay”.
  • Apple Watch “fails to excite” and is “a bit underwhelming” say designers http://t.co/4bSHdxgY1Z via

100% Norway exhibition to showcase the country’s designers and manufacturers in London

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An exhibition of Norwegian design will return to the London Design Festival in September, with a new focus on the country’s manufacturing industry (+ slideshow). (more…)

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  • Elon Musk: upgrade to Tesla Model S car makes it ‘faster than falling’. Good man (if possibly a bit of a twat). http://t.co/YRsJHtgIrw
  • Idiotic. Will not help the film and music industries one (literal) bit. http://t.co/AvA1z7UJRG
  • Croydon Architecture Late Show BBC 1993 that is.
    «A new dawn … will this brave new Croydon ever be built?» Eh no.
  • https://t.co/drYzeEMoBw Deyan Sudjic and Richard Roger’s speaks about Croydon architecture (1993). A gem and a shame nothing (?) happened.
  • “: How graphics have evolved from 1997 to 2015 http://t.co/Fj25f26tXE”
  • Out of ideological conviction and financial self-interest, corporate media — Facebook, Google, and Gawker — want to see pri…
  • “maintaining a strong BBC is as important for the UK as keeping up spending on overseas aid&maintaining the defence budget” ()
  • Why a weaker BBC at home threatens the UK’s standing abroad. My comment here: http://t.co/6iNtv6dhHj
  • don’t worry - in the cheap seats, but will be there on opening night.
  • Bernard Szajner.
  • BBC, NHS, justice system - why are the Conservatives set on breaking down what’s great in Great Britain? Too many hardcore capitalists?
  • ‘government warned that the corporation [BBC] could no longer justify trying to be “all things to all people” ’ (Times). Why not?
  • “£8m in charges for failing to touch out”. Paper travelcards for me until I (or paper tickets) die http://t.co/l4xZ0yPpIi

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  • Neil Young removes his music from all streaming sites because of sound quality. I’m surprised he’s actually got any hearing left.
  • #notplaying (well I’m on the vinyl diet). But you do need Kevin Coyne. I was lucky enough to see him live at Handel… http://t.co/5DIB4i7feC
  • If Apple can make a 32GB iPod Touch they should be able to make a 32GB iPhone 6s? /cc
  • #nowplaying Kevin Coyne’s “Dandelion Years”, his first 3 records published on John Peel’s label from 1969 onwards. http://t.co/5HGjQGcLNP
  • At night the columns of The Bank of England become public urinals judging by the rivers of piss I have to step over.

The New Google Patents

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There’s a new version of Google Patents that’s available at patents.google.com. The interface now uses Material Design, there’s a checkbox that lets you search Google Scholar, advanced search options are available in the sidebar and you can quickly navigate between search results, which are now grouped by category. The prior art finder is now properly integrated and no longer uses a different interface.

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You can now click the navigation icons at the top of the page to go to the previous or the next search result. Keyboard shortcuts also work: use the left/right arrow keys.

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“The new Google Patents helps users find non-patent prior art by cataloguing it, using the same scheme that applies to patents. We’ve trained a machine classification model to classify everything found in Google Scholar using Cooperative Patent Classification codes. Now users can search for [autonomous vehicles] or [email encryption] and find prior art across patents, technical journals, scientific books, and more,” informs Google.

Another change is that you can search for foreign patent documents using English keywords. Patents without English full text are translated using Google Translate, so it’s easier to find them.

It’s interesting to notice that the old Google Patents is still available if you use this URL: http://ift.tt/Nnnbks.

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  • Police criticised over spy-cam tweet of comedian Michael McIntyre in street http://t.co/bfGeurOV53
  • “Have I not met Hunter [S Thompson] I could have been just nothing”. Ralph Steadman on rise from “jobbing cartoonist” to legend,Sunday Times
  • #NowPlaying (vinyl though) Wild And Lonely by The Associates Not much by Scotland’s best ever on Spotify, though th… http://t.co/1S8M4mHblO
  • http://t.co/flSXijGEng «Google Chrome Includes 5 Browser Plug-ins, Here’s What They Do» (includes Flash, so disable it or use click-to-play)
  • Normally 8(+) coaches, 6 yesterday and today just 4. 2 tomorrow to really piss off the commuters? http://t.co/U2VF1muHMR
  • #nowplaying «Big Science»/Laurie Anderson on vinyl. Classic (and I can only get to my first cradle [A-C] of records at the moment).
  • Mac OS X 10.10.4 seems to be first rock solid version of Yosemite. Still prefer the look of Mavericks, but Security > Looks.

The password sharing economy

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Netflix and HBO know what you did last summer. And they know you’re still doing it this summer. The sharing of login credentials is so widespread that the big streaming players are losing hundreds of millions a year. So why don’t they stop us? Two reasons: It’s all about growth at this point. And no one has come up with a way to limit credential sharing without hurting the customer experience.

Amazon is a different kind of movie studio. It’s all about getting more people to become Prime members.

You can have the best technology, you can have the best business model, but if the storytelling isn’t amazing, it won’t matter. Nobody will watch. And then you won’t sell more shoes.

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  • “Adobe, MS, Oracle Push Critical Security Fixes”. Get rid of Windows, Flash, Shockwave and Java. Sleep better. http://t.co/ZNwoKOedZq
  • Never installed Flash since I went Mac, and now I’ve turned off Flash in Chrome as well (thx to HackingCrew revelations).
  • An average Premiership footballer gets her yearly package in a month and all they are up against is equally average premiership footballers.
  • If you are up against shadowy, murky powers like that then you need brave well paid outsiders. I have no problem with her pay package.
  • £500,000/year for Justice Lowell Goddard seems like good value IF there is hold in the alleged claims vs shadowy MPs, military and police.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR-Quality Images on Your iPhone

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As the anecdote goes: the best camera is the one you have with you. We hit up Yopoosh, one of the most impressive iPhone photographers on Instagram, to learn the tricks of the trade. As you might expect, he has quite a considerable arsenal of apps to help elevate his iPhone photos into DSLR-quality images.

Check out his recommendations below, then get-to snappin’.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR Quality Images on Your iPhone

Snapseed

This is my primary app for every photo, allowing me to fine tune the basic essentials including contrast, ambiance, highlights/shadows, brightness and saturation. The best feature on this app is the selective adjust – super helpful for focusing on specific colors/highlights of my images that I want to either stray attention from or put emphasis on. For example, I usually desaturate the warm tones in my street photos.

Boosting up the detail in sharpness and structure (very lightly!) can help bring out the best in your photo and achieve a DSLR look as well. I would say this is the primary go-to app for achieving a DSLR look just because of the customization with selective adjust.

Download Snapseed here.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR Quality Images on Your iPhone

VSCO Cam

The next app in order for editing my photos – I primarily use VSCO for tones. You can implement so many different tonal ranges into your images but it’s also easy to overdo it with this app – creating a harsh overtone with super faded shadows and really low highlights that I feel can do the opposite of achieving a DSLR look on your images. Playing around with the level of applied preset is good to balance out the tones and ensure that it’s not overdone. When you compare the presets and VSCO tools available on Lightroom with the VSCO app, it’s amazing what you can achieve.

Download VSCO Cam here.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR Quality Images on Your iPhone

Image Blender

I use this app for various reasons: mainly to create juxtaposed images where I place an image of a person on top of an image of a landscape for example, and use the masking mode to cut the person out and place them into a new environment. It’s basically Photoshop in your pocket (with a lot more work and patience required). But I also use this when I have two different edited photos that I can’t decide on which one I prefer, and then I just play with the overlay percentage to get a little bit of both tones/colors in the images.

Download Image Blender here.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR Quality Images on Your iPhone

Big Lens

This is probably the best app for achieving a DSLR look in regards to bokeh. You can apply subtle and heavy bokeh looks to any images to create a depth of field that is usually only achieved with an actual DSLR or film camera. It’s amazing what you can achieve with this app – perfect for portraits to create emphasis on your subject.

Download Big Lens here.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR Quality Images on Your iPhone

Slowshutter

One of the more popular features on a DSLR is long-exposure nighttime shots that create a dreamy light trail. It’s also good in low-light situations but for both occasions, you have to have a tripod adapter for your phone. I use a Glif tripod mount & stand that easily catches onto my DSLR tripod, it’s super small and easy to carry around and install onto your tripod. If you add on a sandbag or something heavy to your tripod to reduce shake, you can truly achieve some high-quality-long exposure shots with an iPhone.

Take your final photo into Snapseed and tune the image to get a high quality DSLR look.

Download Slowshutter here.

The 6 Best Apps for Taking DSLR Quality Images on Your iPhone

AvgCamPro

My go-to app for low-light situations and nighttime photography. This is similar to Slowshutter in the sense that it ultimately keeps the shutter of the camera open, but this allows a little bit more control for low-light situations and nighttime photography. You choose the number of photos you want the camera to take, and then the app will overlay all the photos and compress them into a single image, resulting in more detail and light that the native camera on the iPhone would not be able to achieve. It’s like setting your DSLR lens to 1.4 for low-light situations. But you also need a tripod and no shaking!

Download AvgCamPro here.

Final Thoughts

Overall, achieving a DSLR look is more than possible on your iPhone. Aside from the benefit of the high-quality built-in camera, the apps available allow full control on editing all aspects of your image as you would on your computer with Lightroom or Photoshop. Of course, it won’t be quite as good as a DSLR but it can still fool many people.

The best feature on the native iPhone camera is the AE/AF lock, and tapping on darks/whites of an image to allow the camera to reprocess the ISO and focus. It goes without saying, you don’t get the full control/customization as a manual DSLR but this can make a huge difference in your photo from being extremely washed-out in bright situations to too dark in low-light situations. It’s just an extra little touch on the iPhone camera that brings your images that much closer to looking and feeling like a DSLR.

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  • Stumbled upon foodie event around Carnaby Street today. You can get 3 meals at for the price of one at Gaucho (£45 or so)
  • Stonemouth (2015)
    #IMDb E01&E02. It’s hard to make proper TV. Series just about saved by decent actors. 2* http://t.co/kKUhPeaTCW
  • Behind the Candelabra (2013)
    #IMDb Hollywood stars in drag. Daytime melodrama. All over waste of talent. 1* http://t.co/R9cjx5p56A

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  • «There is empty lawn either side of Centre Court, and that is what it remains—uncluttered and elegant»
  • #Wimbledon has, rather improbably, become a model for modern sport. From the archive http://t.co/vyOSBh6yMY http://t.co/VQy…
  • Putting the “O YES” into http://t.co/cFcjToOfyH
  • DAF and the first Spandau Ballet LP seems to share some strands of musical DNA.
  • Too much funk in DAF to be as core-European as Kraftwerk, but they were outstanding. ♫ http://t.co/a3KR4UJsLO
  • pretty much the only time in my life I’ve been tempted to do a selfie. I resisted the urge - did not feel right.
  • should have invited myself to dinner? Not to fond of goulash (or gulag). Slavo looked to be in very good company though.
  • Free band name: The Nope Popes.
  • PiL would be brilliant if John Lydon could write lyrics like Howard Devoto. As it is they are just excellent.
  • #fuckyeahD.A.F #nowplaying Proper minimal. London 2009. ♫ http://t.co/AgdXNW3Wgg
  • iTunes - even more of a glorified sync and backup application with the addition of Apple Music. Missed oppurtunity.
  • Beware of Mr. Baker (2012)
    Ginger Baker, a man who has caused me some grief (rock drum solos). Good movie though. 4* http://t.co/j1CdnglXPq
  • he looked much healthier than on screen (London sunshine) and I’m sure he’ll make good company.

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  • Also managed to Žižek how much I liked “The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema” before we all moved on. I do love living in London.
  • I asked him if he indeed was SŽ. “Unfortunately I am” he said. I shook his hand & showed them the way to “The Gay Hussar” (Hungarian place).
  • On my way back I heard someone quoting Beckett (a gambling quote) in an Eastern European accent. Slavoj Žižek with a young protégé.
  • Weather to nice to stay inside today, so dropped watching the tennis and dropped to the pool for a sweet swim at Holborn instead.

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  • «Cotton alone is responsible for the greatest ecological catastrophe on the planet, the drying up of the Aral Sea». AA Gill on ethics of fur
  • «Fur kills hundreds, cotton kills millions. Cotton demands enormous amount of pesticide … every T-shirt wastes almost 3000 litres of water»
  • “Modern Life” 2010 - so is this the real debut album by JEK? ♫ http://t.co/irhVGOEalI
  • Austerity Has Failed: An Open Letter From Thomas Piketty to Angela Merkel via http://t.co/cnV6d05QNf
  • «You’re born, you die, you make way for someone else». Wilko Johnson, Sunday Times. Atheist, can read Njål’s Saga in original (Icelandic).
  • https://t.co/7TlgcPIZhq
  • Alice Cooper 1973 live - Hello Hooray #musicmusic
  • “Guitar Heroes” - Richard Thompson #musicmusic
  • NME announces major brand transformation including free magazine http://t.co/jfWSmfrZFg
  • Will NME hit the right note as a free magazine? http://t.co/t6jvf49Te7

White Mountaineering x Seiko “Spirit” Watch

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White Mountaineering has teamed up with Japanese watch brand Seiko. This season they have chosen to work on the very unique looking Seiko Spirit chronograph, originally designed by Italian automobile designer Giorgetto Giugiaro. Th watch comes with an interesting bracelet and limited to only 700 pieces worldwide, the White Mountaineering x Seiko “Spirit” watch will release in the coming weeks.(Read…)

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  • ty - “Europe was founded on debt forgiveness and investment in the future. Not on the idea of endless penance.”
  • “Piketty: Germany is the country that has never repaid its debts. It has no standing to lecture other nations.
    **… http://t.…
  • Apple Music overwrites every track in your library with DRM’d RHCP tracks, then empties your bank account before setting …
  • https://t.co/zYfHvpT92w “Test Pilot Admits the F-35 Can’t Dogfight” $200 mill F-35 can’t even beat the F-16.
  • #Varoufexit: Yanis Varoufakis says he has resigned
    http://t.co/nnQfot9CTK http://t.co/exReuqtoJP

How Peter Luger chooses their beef

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Eater’s Nick Solares accompanies the proprietor of Peter Luger Steakhouse to one of the few remaining butchers in the Meatpacking District1 to see how she selects meat for the restaurant.

  1. You know, that place with all the fancy shops, night clubs, and garbage people.

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  • That via The Guardian, who knew that parody group Albertos Y Los Trios Paranoias (Stiff Records) was linked to New Order?
  • Gerry And The Holograms - Gerry Hologram https://t.co/Q4veJjGqgW the 1979 source for New Order’s «Blue Monday». Awesome, even if a parody
  • Well I blame Zimmerframe and the stomping Stones for most of the bad stuff (I’m Townes Van Zandt and The Who until I die).
  • Back in the late 70s and early 80s no-one (until Americana sort of made a come back) no-one looked to Dylan, hence music was refreshed.
  • Loads of new artists stating that Bob Dylan is an influence, that’s why we get all this derivative shit these days.
  • sometimes DNA breaks down or mutates, Apple aint to no Apple (the record label).
  • maybe I could, but my daytime job in computing probably pays better.
  • “What it do, ma?” http://t.co/YD2Cb2w0YN
  • Tits and and war. What men want.
  • WOEBOT is back. http://t.co/z86MfZy9gJ
  • wow, thx for the heads-up
  • Carrier bag seen today (in Central London!)
    “Whole Foods Markets. Free Parking”,
    no wonder our planet is fucked,

  • So for my swim today I dipped back into good old Bukowski (“Post Office”). Almost forgotten how bare and funny Buk was. Fluent writing.
  • “The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle” (Murakami) just too long. The cat, the elegantly dressed older woman and the “religious” undertones all there.
  • : True Detective shows just how good a Dave Robicheaux TV-series could potentially be. What about it James Lee Burke?
  • The flashback interview one example, seen in film noirs (will have to look up examples though).
  • True Detective S01E01-E03. Truly full of clichés and scenes you have seen elsewhere, but somehow still very watchable.

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  • “Best match of the tournament so far” BBC on Dustin Brown vs Rafael Nadal. 7-5, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4.
  • Brown vs Nadal. Worth your time.
  • seem like a gap in the market there between Coke Life (89 kcal) and Zero (1 kcal). Let’s do 45 kcal and call it Coke Zero Life.
  • Coca-Cola 139 kcal/can, Coke Life 89 kcal, Coke Zero 1 kcal. http://t.co/nxJpgBN2mn

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  • By the time I finished my 330ml can of Dr Pepper is reckon it has already seeped through my pores. No need for a piss.
  • I love the heat, but sitting on this train is like sitting in a sauna with clothes on.
  • A robot has killed a worker in a VW plant in Germany http://t.co/RRdCnNmbsj