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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Originally posted on Self-Doubt Gun:
It’s quite admirable that two professional psychics recently volunteered to have their abilities tested by Merseyside Skeptics. The test devised is interesting, it basically consists of each psychic having to do written ‘readings’ for five…
Originally posted on Today's Juice:
In honor of Halloween, I had to find something creepy and cool. I’m a sucker for street art. I try to not be biased towards it and post a lot of it, but this…
Originally posted on Soho Shorts:
Future Artists Film and Media festival is a collaborative project bringing together a selection of both emerging and established entrepreneurs in the industries. They aim to explore the new ways of storytelling through film and…
As it’s Halloween, we present two suitably scary archives from our collection; a full, particular and authentic account of the dreadful ghost which haunted the neighbourhood of Stretford and an account of a strange and marvellous funeral, seen between Dunblane…
LUX from Juliette Oberndorfer on Vimeo.
Originally posted on Are You Global:
There is another interesting website showing us how big this world really is. On 7 Billion & Me you can see the current population of the world and you can put in your date…
As I Am from alan spearman on Vimeo.
Swing of Change from Swing of Change on Vimeo.