Monthly Archives: March 2012

Designer choreographs ant ballet at the Pestival

Originally posted on WANDERLUST:
Produced by Ollie Palmer, the Ant Ballet is a 2-year investigation into the parallels between human and ant communication which culminated in the world’s first ballet to exclusively feature ants. It is currently in Phase I…

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Thailand’s Floating Cinema

Originally posted on WANDERLUST:
The drive-in movie theater may be a uniquely North American institution, but the icon of the wide-open American landscape recently experienced its most heroic revival in Thailand, leaping forth from its humble, grounded origins and into…

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Towards a New Manifesto by Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer

Originally posted on WANDERLUST:
Gretel Adorno was a remarkable woman about whom far too little is known. Although the recent publication of her correspondence with Walter Benjamin has confirmed the impression that she was a formidable intellect in her own…

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Originally posted on National Post | News:
Each year, the Toronto Transit Commission awards licences to 75 musicians to play in the subway. Of those, 74 musicians must pass auditions run by the TTC. Subway Licence No.1, though, is reserved for…

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The Rhythm, The City, 7pm I Trailer

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Originally posted on John R Childress . . . Rethinking:
There is an important word in Brazil: simpático (or “carismático”). It refers to a range of desirable social qualities – to be friendly, nice, agreeable, and good-natured. A person who is fun to be with…

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Originally posted on Adventures with Getting Fit Dancing:
Pounding away at the gym may be some people’s idea of fun but the music isn’t usually Samba. Shame… Samba is possibly the best music to lose weight. It encourages lots of…

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Originally posted on UHI energyresearchgroup:
A new website, ScienceOmega, aimed at showcasing high-quality scientific features and news has been launched and may be worth keeping an eye on. It is boasting quite a list of contributors – Sir Patrick Moore,…

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Originally posted on Passing Through . . . .:
From Technology Magazine TECHNOLOGY Updated March 29, 2012, 8:41 p.m. ET Audit Faults Apple Supplier Outside Audit Finds Health, Safety Violations at Foxconn By JESSICA E. VASCELLARO A top Apple Inc. supplier agreed to change…

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Originally posted on What do you REALLY think?:
Pesticides harming bee populations, researchers suggest – Telegraph. A pair of studies relating to honey and bumble bees found that pesticides which affect the insects’ nervous system could be in danger of…

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