- Steve Saling, an architect and engineer with ALS, designed a home controlled by blinks. [PBS]
- Sharktivity is an app that lets beachgoers report shark sightings and then sends out alerts. [Boston Globe]
- The story behind the gold wall at Herald Square subway stop. [NYDN]
- A pop-up Museum of Ice Cream is opening in the Meatpacking District. It’ll offer an immersive chocolate room, a pool of rainbow sprinkles (not edible, unfortunately), and tastings. [TONY]
- Starting next summer, the J and Z trains will run local for 10 months while the MTA repairs the M line. [DNAinfo]
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