Monthly Archives: September 2019

Shakespeare’s mystery annotator identified as John Milton – ScienceBlog.com

It is well known that Shakespeare was a huge influence on Milton. From learning how to write nature poetry to creating charismatic villains, Milton’s debt to his forebear continues to fascinate experts. The younger poet once praised the ‘wonder and … Continue reading

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Complex Bent Wire Portraits by Spenser Little Become Street Post Accessories

California-based artist Spenser Little has spent the past 15 years creating sculptures by bending and cutting wire into figurative portraits and phrases. His lightweight pieces have been installed on lamp posts and other existing structures around the world and have also been … Continue reading

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How Geography Turned the Sahara Green

Atlas Pro support me on patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/atlaspro follow me on twitter @theatlaspro Music from https://filmmusic.io “Virtutes Instrumenti” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b…) Music from https://filmmusic.io “Infados” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b…) Music from … Continue reading

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Street Art in Sao Paulo, Brazil. — toro bravo photography

When I go shooting in the streets, I also like to see the street art. Recently I was in Sao Paulo and realize that this city has the best street art in latin america, here some photos: Here one of … Continue reading

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Pathological power: the danger of governments led by narcissists and psychopaths

The risk of “pathocracy” is always close. And once entrenched, difficult to dislodge. Source: Pathological power: the danger of governments led by narcissists and psychopaths

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Quirky Juxtapositions Capture Imperfect Human Moments in Photographs by Shin Noguchi

Photographer Shin Noguchi spends his time, camera in hand, in Japan’s public spaces, observing and seeking out candid moments that reflect the humorous, heartbreaking, and bizarre realities of the human experience. Noguchi shares with Colossal that he values the existential affirmation of … Continue reading

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how to do nothing

enny Odell Follow Jun 30, 2017 · 44 min read This is the transcript of a keynote talk I gave at EYEO 2017 in Minneapolis. An adapted version appears in my book, How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy. I’d like to start off … Continue reading

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danny o’connor

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Keith Haring at Tate Liverpool — Down by the Dougie

Last Saturday we travelled over to Liverpool to take a look at the latest exhibition at the Tate on Albert Dock. It’s had a lot of good reviews so I wanted to see for myself what the fuss was about. … Continue reading

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