This week, it turned out we're all fauxsumerists

Plus: Game Boy turned 25, Cory Arcangel unearthed Warhol's early digital art and the NYPD made a mess on Twitter

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Please sir, can I buy more? Kathleen Tyler Conklin via Flickr

WE ALL SPEND TIME STARING WISTFULLY AT THINGS WE CAN'T AFFORD

That's right, a study concluded that we're all fauxsumerists – a generation that browses and browses and browses before deciding "no". We still want to die surrounded by clothes and trainers, we just can't afford them.

GAME BOY TURNED 25 – WE LOOK AT THE MUSIC IT SPAWNED

It was Game Boy's 25th birthday this week. Everybody knows the sound of the Game Boy, but we wanted to look at how the legendary handheld gaming device has been used as an instrument.

THE NYPD REACHED OUT ON TWITTER AND ENDED UP LOOKING REALLY DUMB

The NYPD took to Twitter with #myNYPD and asked Americans to send in pictures of them with officers of the law. It backfired spectacularly, with users tweeting in horrific pictures of police brutality. Who knew dogs weren't safe from stop-and-search? 

CORY ARCANGEL DISCOVERED UNSEEN ANDY WARHOL ART FROM A FLOPPY DISK

New media artist and self-confessed Warhol nut Cory Arcangel unearthed some of Andy's forays into early digital art, thanks to some savvy floppy disk retrieval techniques.

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© The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visuals Arts, Inc., courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum

ETHICAL FASHION IS FEMINIST FASHION

Do you know where your clothes come from? That's the question that this week's Fashion Revolution Day tried to explore. A year on from the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh, we argue that feminism and ethical fashion go hand in hand. 

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Do you know where your clothes come from? Fashion Revolution Day
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