• The future of window shopping.

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    Here's a pretty sweet idea. Adidas NEO lets you shop at a physical store after it's closed.

    The storefront is a touch screen interactive catalog that lets you play around with all the Adidas wares. When you find something you like, simply drag it to a virtual shopping bag, then use a QR code on your phone to buy everything instantly.

    Awesome use of technology. Maybe one day we'll have mini malls filled with not physical stores, but virtual ones like this.

  • A video you can't watch on the plane.

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    The Samsung Galaxy S III has been hammering the iPhone with funny spots ripping on the fanboys. Now they're out with a spot that doesn't go after Apple, but is still damn funny nonetheless.

  • We've never gotten dressed quite like this before.

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    You just gotta love Axe. They do their thing and they do it well.

  • Shit to hit: Making A Better Yesterday Today: Isabel Samaras Solo Exhibition of Paintings

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    Looking for some art to check out? Then put this in your calendar: Varnish Fine Art is presents Making A Better Yesterday Today: Isabel Samaras, opening on November 3. In this very special exhibition, the gallery divides into 2 spaces, “Yesterday” and “Today.” Isabel’s new series of pop cultural mash-up oil paintings and limited edition prints on wood comprise the artwork of “Today.” The “Yesterday” space within the gallery showcases a curated selection of Isabel’s greatest hits, publications and object d’art featuring popular images from past works never before shown in San Francisco.

    Opening Reception: November 3, 2012 6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Exhibition Dates: November 3 – December 22, 2012
    Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm

  • Your fun animation of the day: Le Taxidermiste

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    "This is the story of an old woman who wants to pay her last respects to her husband. She welcomes a team of Funeral directors at her home, a strange apartment full of dead animals. It’s time to get the body and perform the ceremony. It’s time to say goodbye to what is left behind."

    Le Taxidermiste from Le Taxidermiste Team on Vimeo.

  • PBR comes to Vegas.

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    No, not the beer. The Professional Bullriders Association.

  • Job Posting: Full-Time Senior Motion Designer/Animator

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    Here's a great job post for you guys. It's a full-time Senior Motion Designer/Animator. Apply today and mention the SF Egotist sent you.

    Remember: Only members get to see jobs posted within the last 3 days. So if you want to get a jump on everyone else - join us.

  • How to Get People to Sign Up for Your Crappy Newsletter at a Trade Show

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    It's every brand's goal these days to sign up subscribers to various drips at trade shows. Staropramen, a Prague-based brewer, made the typically dull process interesting. Robofun Create, another Czech company that does these sorts of things, helped them build a keyboard out of beer cans. Forty-four cans were used — connected to a large wall-mounted plasma screen. In addition to receiving the company's undoubtedly exceptional emails, subscribers were entered for a trip to Prague. According to Robofun Create, every single conference attendee tried the keyboard and entered the contest. Impressive, if it's true.

    The Beer Cans Keyboard Movie from Viorel Spinu on Vimeo.

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