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Caitlyn Jenner rocks 1976 gold medal on cover of S.I.

What a difference 40 years make. Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, is on the cover of the most recent issue of Sports Illustrated rocking the gold medal she won as a man at the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. Her life has changed drastically...Show More Summary

How to Make a Custom Illustrator Brush

7 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : BittBox

It’s really a lot easier than you would expect. This tutorial was requested by many of my readers after I posted this Free set of 35 Abstract Illustrator Brushes. The possibilities are endless as far as brush making goes in illustrator,...Show More Summary

Sorry, but you Kant have that

The British public wants the right to work in the EU but they don’t want EU citizens to have the right to work in the UK. This was from a poll taken in 2014 that presciently illustrated some of today’s confusions and misgivings. Hat tip: Lones Smith. The post Sorry, but you Kant have that appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

Police Reports Illustrated: Man At QFC Scans Wiener, Brings His Own Sack

10 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

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There's already a way to win Nintendo's next game console

We know next to nothing about Nintendo's mysterious new console (the "NX") that will launch next year. If you have a knack for illustration and an active interest in the NX, however, there's already a way you can win one. Nintendo has...Show More Summary

Howard Pyle by hauk sven Via...

12 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

Howard Pyle by hauk sven Via Flickr: Why seek ye the living in the place of the dead, 1905 Howard Pyle was an American illustrator and author, primarily of books for young people. A native of Wilmington, Delaware, he spent the last year of his life in Florence, Italy.

Charts: Seattle High School Illustrates Integration/Inequality Problem

‘Microcosm of the city’: Garfield High principal navigates racial divide | The Seattle Times — alexandr (@alexanderrusso) July 1, 2016 Seattle's Garfield High School is integrated in...Show More Summary

In New York City, Windows Are the Windows on the Soul

14 hours agoArts : Wired: Design

Who knew an illustrated guide to New York City's windows could be so captivating? The post In New York City, Windows Are the Windows on the Soul appeared first on WIRED.

10 Illustrations of How Fresh Content May Influence Google Rankings (Updated)

17 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by Cyrus-Shepard [Estimated read time: 11 minutes] How fresh is this article? Through patent filings over the years, Google has explored many ways that it might use “freshness” as a ranking signal. Back in 2011, we published a popular Moz Blog post about these “Freshness Factors” for SEO. Show More Summary

How to Create a Space Observatory Badge in Adobe Illustrator

What You'll Be Creating At this point you’ve probably figured out that we here at Envato Tuts+ have a deep and ever-growing love for the dark mysteries that lie beyond the incredible vastness of space, which is why this tutorial will follow the same rend. Show More Summary

Child Sexual Assault Cover-Up in Idaho

The Twin Falls outrage illustrates how the West battles the harsh reality of unlimited Islamic immigration.

New Coffee Break Course on Using Layers and Artboards in Adobe Illustrator

Artboards help you organize your artwork and create multiple versions at different sizes. They're very handy, and you'll find yourself using them a lot. Another way to keep things organized is by using layers. Together, these two features...Show More Summary

Faulhaber:Patent Boxes And The Limits Of International Cooperation

Lilian V. Faulhaber (Georgetown), The Luxembourg Effect: Patent Boxes and the Limits of International Cooperation: This article uses patent boxes, which reduce taxes on income from patents and other IP assets, to illustrate the fact that the jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice has a longer reach than has...

Comedian takes her politics seriously in documentary 'Roseanne for President'

If there’s one thing that the documentary “Roseanne for President” illustrates, it’s that Roseanne Barr deserves a proper documentary about her career as a glass-ceiling-busting comedian, television pioneer and general rabble-rouser. There are crumbs of her remarkable life story scattered about...

Quote of the Day

Boris Johnson has dropped out of the running for British Prime Minister. Sigh. On the other hand, Michael Gove, the man who’s running in his place, is a man after my own heart. One quote from a few years ago to illustrate why: I’m unashamedly...Show More Summary

Vladimir Nabokov’s Scientific Butterfly Illustrations

yesterdayArts : Hyperallergic

At the end of Vladimir Nabokov's poem "Pale Fire," he describes how "White butterflies turn lavender as they / Pass through its shade where gently seems to sway / The phantom of my little daughter's swing."

What You Should Know About Dating Someone With A Mental Health Problem

Illustrated by Anna Sudit. "Depression," Eva Recinos tells me, "is the third wheel in my relationship." Recinos has been with her boyfriend for three-and-a-half years and lived with him for one-and-a-half. Even as their relationship has flourished, her depression and anxiety have always featured in it. Show More Summary

Cover Battle: NY Times Mag or Esquire

It's a powerful gender illustration versus a hairy Liev Schreiber.

SEC Extra Points: Should Ole Miss Be Worried About Latest NCAA Info?

Nothing spices up SEC media days like a scandal, and the wheels of Ole Miss' NCAA scandal kept spinning this week when Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated dropped his feature on the depth and potential ramifications of the Rebels' current...Show More Summary

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