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QuadPay
       
     
WannaGo
       
     
ETN: Skateboarding, Uninterrupted.
       
     
#SelfCare
       
     
The Impossible Project
       
     
Microsoft: Music x Technology
       
     
Microsoft: Music x Technology

Forward-thinking artists using Microsoft technology to transform the way we create and experience music. As the destination for all things music and artistry, this digital platform teaches visitors about the musicians who employ Microsoft technology in their day-to-day agendas. At the heart of Music x Technology is the notion that today’s artists work at an ever-evolving intersection of music, art and technology.

QuadPay
       
     
QuadPay

QuadPay empowers consumers with the option to pay for their purchases in four equal and interest-free installments over six weeks; the customer gets the product upfront while QuadPay’s brand partners are paid immediately.  

WannaGo
       
     
WannaGo

Taste, of course, is subjective, so if you disagree? Start a list of your own, and see how many people you can get to WannaGo with you. WannaGo makes local restaurant discovery effortless, thanks to curated lists from local food and drink experts — and people you trust.

ETN: Skateboarding, Uninterrupted.
       
     
ETN: Skateboarding, Uninterrupted.

Created by skateboarders, ETN offers exclusive access to original skateboarding shows and live events. Don't miss out. Get access to ETN to watch live, unpredictable, and raw skateboarding directly into your hands, anytime, anywhere.

#SelfCare
       
     
#SelfCare

In this world ruled by digital overload, TRU LUV takes your phone past being a tool for personal betterment and onto providing a truly restorative immersive experience — one that replaces mindless scrolling with mindful intention. Download #SelfCare for iPhone or Android.

The Impossible Project
       
     
The Impossible Project

Polaroid Originals is a new brand from Polaroid dedicated to analog instant photography in the original, iconic format. It’s the next step in a journey started by The Impossible Project, who kept the format alive since 2008.