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Some travel hacks:

  1. If you have a tethered broadband component to your phone tariff it won’t be part of Feel Like Home
  2. You will be on 3G networks rather than LTE back in the UK, your mileage may vary

More travel hacks here

The New Yorker has been producing some fantastic surreal content

The Suicide Squad movie was disjointed to say the least, but one good thing that came out of it was a collaboration between Action Bronson and Mark Ronson

Korean cosmetic brand Innisfree tapped into the aspirations of Korean and Chinese consumers with this fantasy VR bike ride to Jeju Island. The execution was canny, from a technical perspective it deals well with the motion / balance issues that VR projects sometimes have. Jeju Island is a famous for its pleasant weather and more relaxed lifestyle. Chinese investors have recently been driving up property prices there. More Korea related content here.

Finally, man gets tattoo in shape of scar to support son after surgery.