Looking at the work of a few pioneers, specifically those on the scene in New York City, it’s obvious that technology was a catalyst for a new type of electronic art; these artists were trailblazers in both fields.
(Video Link) (Video Link) Many people find learning the Japanese language, both written and spoken, to be quite a daunting task, but the little chatterbox of a mynah bird in this video named Abechan is so good at speaking Japanese that...Show More Summary
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Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez is dead at age 87. He was one of the giants of world literature and, given the relative decline of the novel over the past 50 or so years, he may well be one of the last great culture heroes of a particular...Show More Summary
Tired of cutting out coupons from the newspaper or printing from websites to save money at the supermarket? Tired of seeing paper going to waste in the name of saving money? One game-changing smart phone app could offer an answer. Mobeam...Show More Summary
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In my created (only click on that link if you’re caught up on the show). I know, it’s pretty morbid. But sometimes the most unsettling things can create something wonderful. Now, keep in mind that I have absolutely zero formal training. What I did was completely drawn upon from my own experiences with cooking and [...]
I watch Mad Men and I studied Blaxploitation in a college film class. Brilliant Mad Men-Blaxploitation parody is brilliant. (Language is NSFW, but no nudity!) [Leroy & Clarkson / via YouTube]
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SCALIA AND GINSBURG talk about amending the Constitution. Not long ago, the Tennessee Law Review published a symposium on Article V conventions, including a staff-written section on procedure, a couple of years ago. Contributors included such luminaries as Randy Barnett, Richard Epstein, Sanford Levinson and many others. Show More Summary
Welcome to Wonkbook, Wonkblog’s morning policy news primer by Puneet Kollipara. To subscribe by e-mail, click here. Send comments, criticism or ideas to Wonkbook at Washpost dot com. To read more by the Wonkblog team, click here. Wonkbook’s Number of the Day: 8 million. That's the latest number of signups for health insurance in the Affordable Care Act's […]
Armed with a label maker and a degree in psychology, Natalie Schrier creates calm out of chaos. As anyone who has watched an episode of Hoarders knows, holding on to things (especially fossilized cat skeletons) is almost never about the actual thing. Show More Summary
Did You Hear? :: Drake goes hard for the Toronto Raptors. He not only signed on as the NBA team’s global ambassador but also narrates their latest commercial. And Drizzy does a great job of talking the team up. [Rap-Up] :: There are big changes ahead for Selena Gomez. She recently changed management (the diva is... More »
Following Olivier Giroud’s awesome take down and finish for Arsenal against West Ham, we decided to compile a list of the best first touches you have ever seen. Thanks to our Facebook and Twitter followers we came up with 10 rather good videos. So good was it in fact, that Gazzetta dello Sport put all [...]
1. We could talk about the title, which like the similar title "Decision Points" (George W. Bush's book), suggests there will be a sequence of narratives highlighting the author's role as decisionmaker. I wonder how hard they thought...Show More Summary
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Filmmakers Neil Losin and Nathan Dappen talk about their film "Snows of the Nile," a visually stunning documentary about disappearing glaciers in Uganda.
Unless you want to lose, you never want to try and remove a single block at the bottom of a stack of Jenga blocks. But this guy exploited the laws of physics to help him pluck out the bar without toppling the whole tower.
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