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In early 2011, Casey Meehan, founder of free online music distributor Rock Proper, started compiling weekly mixes featuring Chicago band and artists.

Shortly after, word of his Chicago-centric mixtapes go out, the local blogosphere was buzzing about the intriguing operation, which was soon dubbed Chicago Mixtape.

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Rubber Tracks serves as a catalyst for originality by giving new and emerging bands the opportunity to record their songs in a high-quality studio setting. Musicians of all genres are able to apply in advance for a time to use the studio – for free. As in no cost.

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Leaked from a server apparently.

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Developed by AgenciaClick Isobar, the mosaic depicts a woman sunbathing on the sand, with the beads reacting to the sun’s UV rays to provide vivid colors, except for the white letters of the tagline covered with Nivea Sun protection. At night, without the sun shining on the billboard, the surface is white with a simple tagline.

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Google didn't exactly offer much fanfare for this new feature -- as far as we can tell, it still hasn't been officially announced. With the latest update to the Maps app, Mountain View delivered an extra level of functionality to the all but forgotten Latitude. Now check check-ins earn you points which are tallied and used to rank Google+ users on a global leaderboard, just like on Foursquare. Not everyone is seeing the feature just yet, and it only appears to reveal itself after you check-in somewhere. In fact, we still haven't found a way to pull up the leaderboard without first registering our location. You can see the rather sparse help page at the more coverage link and sound off in the comments if you're seeing your name ranked alongside your favorite Engadget editors and Leo Laporte.

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Facebook Statistics, Stats and Facts for 2011 are starting to roll out, and here is the first infographic to wrap them all up thanks to Online Schools. With over 500 million users, Facebook is now used by 1 in every 13 people on earth, with over 250 million of them (over 50%) who log in every day. The average user still has about 130 friends, but that should expand in 2011.

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24×7 Cultural has actually been selling books through vending machines for years already in São Paulo subway stations and other locations. Spanning a wide range of subjects and interest areas, books in the company’s vending machines are typically priced at BRL 5. In December, however, 24×7 began testing out a program whereby consumers can decide how much they want to pay for the books sold this way. The pilot began in the Anhangabaú and Trianon stations on the São Paulo Metro and will be expanded depending on its success, according to a report in PublishNews. The machines only accept notes as currency, and the smallest denomination commonly found in that form is worth BRL 2, PublishNews points out. According to Brazilian blogger Marcelo Duarte, sales at the promotional machines had already more than doubled within just over a month after the program’s launch, and most purchases are indeed paid with a BRL 2 note.

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Users of Flightfox begin by creating a contest on the site for the trip they plan to take, including setting a contest duration of one to five days and committing a refundable finder’s fee of AUD 29. Once the contest is posted, Flightfox’s competing “flight hackers,” as it calls them, scour the web personally in search of the best and cheapest flights. With expertise in ways to cut fees, taxes and surcharges, among other strategies, participating hackers typically shave AUD 369 off of the price of the average trip, Flightfox says. When the user books their trip, the winning flight hacker gets awarded the fee promised up front.

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