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[This week on the Artblog Reader Advisor: A disappointed review of Björk’s MoMA show; there’s a shadow on Clinton’s presidential portrait; and multiple ways that Star Trek actually shaped modern technology. — the Artblog editors]

Science Addresses #TheDress; Millions Around World Still Don’t Care, via Wired

Pop Star’s MoMA Show Is Not All It’s Björked Up to Be, via Artnet

Bjork, Biophilia. Image via Artnet.
Bjork, “Biophilia”. Image via Artnet.

Rock-Solid: Pebble’s Smartwatch Launch Garners Huge Support, via TechCrunch

Museum Pieces Destroyed During ISIS Crisis May Have Been Mostly Replicas, via Huffington Post

Nay, We Cannot Bear It: Maggie Smith to Leave Downton Abbey, via the New York Times

From Star Trek to our pockets. Image via CNN.
From Star Trek to our pockets. Image via CNN.

Help Siri Serve You With These Three Tips, via Yahoo! Tech

Philly Artist Nelson Shanks Puts a Trace of Monica Lewinsky in Bill Clinton’s Presidential Portrait, via the Guardian

Star Trek Actually Helped Real-Life Tech Live Long and Prosper, via CNN

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