Author Archives: agogo22

About agogo22

Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk

Richard Williams- Animating Movement

[…] In a world where live-action and animation are growing closer and closer to one another, Richard Williams was and still is one of the last remaining members of the old guard who wanted to push animation in the exact … Continue reading

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Somewhere in Japan | Our Planet Daily

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Centuries and Still Short Film

“Centuries and Still” is a Staff Pick Premiere! Read more about it, including a Q&A with director Sally Tran, here: vimeo.com/blog/post/centuries-and-still-by-sally-tran still-films.com “Centuries and Still” is a mixed media illustrated short film telling the history of anti-Asian racism and violence … Continue reading

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Stephon H.S. Alexander – Why is the Universe So Beautiful?

Free access to Closer to Truth’s library of 5,000 videos: http://bit.ly/2UufzC7 Why do scientists use the word beauty to describe the universe? Gaze at the universe with a knowing eye. There’s beauty on every level—simplicity and regularity, even a kind … Continue reading

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Fotini Markopoulou – Why is the Universe So Beautiful?

Free access to Closer to Truth’s library of 5,000 videos: http://bit.ly/2UufzC7 Why do scientists use the word beauty to describe the universe? Gaze at the universe with a knowing eye. There’s beauty on every level—simplicity and regularity, even a kind … Continue reading

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How TikTok’s Algorithm Figures You Out | Kottke

Using dozens of bot accounts, The Wall Street Journal did an investigation and determined that TikTok’s algorithm needs only one piece of information to determine what you want to watch: the amount of time you spend watching individual videos. Observing … Continue reading

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What Doctors Learned from Swabbing Subways in Different Countries | WIRED

A subway pole, a turnstile, a seat….what kinds of bacteria and microbes live on these surfaces? Dr. Christopher Mason and his team swabbed every subway station in New York City, and many around the globe, to come up with the … Continue reading

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Styling from Inside Out™ | Dawnn Karen | TEDxFIT

Utilizing your outer appearance to feel better on the inside, to be whoever you want to be, and to be your true self! Dawnn Karen holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology from Columbia University and is also … Continue reading

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Magnetic Cement Highway That Could Charge Moving EVs To Be Tested – DesignTAXI.com

The trial highway will be made out of magnetic cement. The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), in partnership with Purdue University, has signed up to the ASPIRE (Advancing Sustainability through Power Infrastructure for Road Electrification) initiative. Funded by the National … Continue reading

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Calling From The Coral

Coral reefs have existed for 400 million years, but due to climate change, they’re currently on track to disappear within a few decades. As a deep-sea scientist studies coral reefs from a submarine in the Red Sea, he opens up … Continue reading

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