Zebra Back Rubtaken by Valerie of ucumari photographysome rights reserved You're really missing a treat if you don't browse Valerie's photography. There are some simply wonderful candid animal shots.
White-Tailed Eagletaken by Remo Savisaar As always with Remo's photographs, it is best to go to his place to see them in their full sized magnificence.
During the days of the early church, thousands lost their lives because they would not say two words: Kaiser Kurios, which means "Caesar is Lord." That's because they understood that words matter.
Over the next month or so, there will be literally hundreds (if not thousands) of articles written about the 2015 NFL draft. Millions of words will be used to describe this year's top prospects, their talents and flaws. When stars such...Show More Summary
Emile Friant, Cast Shadows, 1891via French Painters
A picture that holds a memory is worth much more than a thousand words. Electronics company Ricoh has restored and returned more than 90,000 photos lost or damaged by victims of the March 2011 T?hoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Through...Show More Summary
by Haley Mlotek There are approximately seven billion inhabitants of earth. They conduct their lives in one or several of about seven thousand languages—multilingualism is a global norm. Linguists acknowledge that the data are inexact,...Show More Summary
Fox and Bird. Ink on Saunders Waterford hot pressed, 2.5 x 3.5? (ACEO)by Himmapaan
Automobile Bookplate from the Antioch Companyvia Confessions of a Bookplate Junkiewhere you may find a 2-part series on car bookplates
Last month we launched a global call-to-arms by inviting our readers to submit one thousand words that fought for their chosen cause. We're now sharing our favourite runners up, here 21-year-old soon-to-be English graduate Rachel Finn shares a plea for a more compassionate, and better funded mental health service.
WASHINGTON -- A picture is worth a thousand words. In the case of Sen. Rand Paul, perhaps even more. When the Kentucky Republican makes one of the first stops in his official run for the presidency in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, next...Show More Summary
A poorly-Photoshopped picture is worth a thousand misspelled words. Amazon's Kindle Store has become a godsend to struggling authors around the world. In the past, countless manuscripts languished forever in a drawer, just because no publisher would take a risk on them. Show More Summary
Outtakes 1, Kashmirtaken by the blue hour, shared by permission
Last month we launched a global call-to-arms by inviting our readers to submit one thousand words that fought for their chosen cause. After we published the winning entry from Toronto based journalism student Kelsey Adams yesterday, we now share Newcastle based Law student Jessica Johnson’s piece on silent sexualisation. Show More Summary
A picture says a thousand words. On March 23, Liam Payne posted a hilarious, sad, and all around ridiculous photo of himself with the members of One Direction minus a very important member… …Zayn Malik! In the snap, Liam comically has his hand over Zayn's face in what appears to be a poster of the group — which [...]
Medieval illustration from beekeeping manuscriptVia Animalarium where there is an antique treasure chest of illustrations for anyone who clicks through the link!
Last month we launched a global call-to-arms by inviting our readers to submit one thousand words that fought for their chosen cause. As everyone from 13-year-old students to 25 year-old creatives flooded our inbox with entries, the disaffected and dissatisfied jumped at the opportunity to see their fight in print. Show More Summary
International Solar eclipse stuns Europe National Confederate battle flag at center of Texas free speech case McCain to Obama: Get over it Cruz to announce White House run today Local Thousands of dollars in political donations vanish...Show More Summary
"The eye, which is the reflector of the external world, is also the mirror of the soul within."taken by Valerie, ucumari photographySome rights reserved.
We’re living in the end times, people… Foreign Policy’s latest issue, which hits newsstands Tuesday, March 24, is “front to back nuclear.” If a picture is worth a thousand words, the apocalyptic scene depicted on the magazine’s cover...Show More Summary