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I don't think anyone turns down their national team – Moyes

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has indicated he would not turn down the Scotland job – but his first choice is to return to club management. Scotland are searching for a new boss following Gordon Strachan’s departure. Moyes has not managed since leaving Sunderland following their relegation from the Premier League in May. “I don’t think anyone ever turns down their national team opportunity, but I think it has to be at the right time,” the Scot, 54, told BBC Radio 5 live. Strachan left his position on Thursday…

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RPCS3 Emulator Turns Old PS3 Games Into Works of Art

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. For many years, PlayStation 3 emulation was a contradiction in terms. Sony’s unique CPU architecture, known as the Cell Broadband Engine, is fundamentally different than any other CPU that’s ever come to market. While the Xbox 360 and PS3 share some DNA, Cell was legendarily difficult to optimize even when running native code. The developers at the RPCS3 project have gotten the PS3 working in emulation, however, and they’ve just added major upscaling features that…

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Tate Modern's Turbine Hall turns into a giant adult playground

Danish art trio Superflex, known for their playful and political large-scale works, have turned their attention to the huge space that is the Turbine Hall at London’s Tate Modern. Here are nine things you need to know about the artists and their latest commission. 1) Who are Superflex? Founded by artists Bjornstjerne Christiansen, Jakob Fenger and Rasmus Nielsen in the early 90s, the group have become known for their huge public commissions. These include Superkilen, an eclectic public park in Copenhagen, and Hospital Equipment, a functioning operating theatre created as…

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Unbuttoned: Desigual Turns to Jean-Paul Goude for a Makeover

Unbuttoned By VANESSA FRIEDMAN Jean-Paul Goude, the photographer-illustrator-filmmaker-advertising maven-former Grace Jones paramour/Svengali responsible for the Paper Magazine cover of an oiled and naked Kim Kardashian West that “broke the internet” in 2014 has added another hyphenate to his string. Desigual, the Barcelona-based, accessibly priced brand known for its teeth-clenchingly zany mix of colors and prints, has named Mr. Goude as its first artistic director, in a bid to be taken seriously as part of the style conversation. It’s a surprising pairing, and one that is also representative of (and possibly…

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