Monthly Archives: September 2012

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SMC_MCR October: What Lies Beneath – Unseen Journeys Through the City

Originally posted on SMC_MCR:
Map drawn by Fredrich Engels 1844 SMC_MCR Tuesday 2nd October, 6.30pm – 9pm – The Northern, Tib Street, Manchester (Directions) Please register to attend here. This month’s SMC takes a different twist and looks at the…

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love era

Originally posted on lisboa{images}:
by love war, rua dos caetanos, bairro alto

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Day (???)

Originally posted on A Personal Document:
And then it happens. You stop keeping track of each new day that was initially bursting with new sights, experiences, and moments. Each day starts to unfold into the next with less of a…

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Originally posted on ANCLAS blog:
Former Brazilian finance minister Maílson de Nobréga has shared with O Estado de São Paulo the obvious, but not necessarily widely reported conclusion that there has been a substantial change in Brazil’s economic policy. The…

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Wings

Originally posted on Creative's Outlet:
Wings, a photo by DavidKifford on Flickr. A rather impressive bridge over the River Irwell next to MediaCityUK.

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Babilak Bah: The Restless Man

Originally posted on BerimbauDrum:
Versão em Português Brasileiro / Portuguese Brazilian Version Babilak Bah is an artist that translates as innovation. The self-taught musician, percussionist, compositor and poet, from the Brazilian state of Paraiba, calls himself a “proposer” instead of…

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Originally posted on Rachel Marsden's Words:
A good friend from Hong Kong sent me an email this morning with a link to a BBC news article about the Chinese photographers Huang Qingjun and Ma Hongjie. He thought I’d like…

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Tim Minchin and ENCODE

Originally posted on Sustain science:
Tim Minchin narrates the story of the ENCODE project, the latest chapter in the story of you. To read the ENCODE research papers and more, visit http://www.nature.com/ENCODE. Video Courtesy of NatureVideoChannel and YouTube.

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