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ANKR $25 for Piece of Mind

I just installed an ANKR in my camera bag. Over the past 10 years I’ve had this reoccurring dream about my camera gear and my backpack being stolen. I’ve actually had two cameras stolen over the years unfortunately. When you use your camera every day like I do, it’s a hazard to have to deal […]

Katy Perry Allies With Los Angeles Archdiocese Over Property Sale

The church favors a deal to sell an eight-acre property to the pop star — over the objections of two nuns who have another plan in mind.

Dirty Hands and Dirty Minds Can Make for Good Art

2 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

I do know that I had no intention of writing about the two exhibitions currently at Tibor de Nagy, John Ashbery & Guy Maddin: Collages and Richard Baker: The Doctor is Out, when I went to the gallery.

Fetty Wap Can't Keep His Girl Off His Mind on 'D.A.M.,' Debuts 'Welcome to the Zoo'

Fetty Wap continues his steady stream of delivering new music with two songs: "D.A.M." and "Welcome to the Zoo." Continue reading…

Watch a Piece of Ice Larger Than Two Empire State Buildings Break Off a Glacier in Greenland

3 days agoNews : Vice News

VICE News is closely tracking global environmental change. Check out the Tipping Point blog here. If watching ice melt sounds boring, here's a video that might change your mind. Researchers from New York University (NYU) monitoring the...Show More Summary

For argument’s sake

I have (self) published an ebook For argument’s sake: evidence that reason can change minds. It is the collection of two essays that were originally published on Contributoria and The Conversation. I have revised and expanded these, and added a guide to further reading on the topic. There are bespoke illustrations inspired by Goya (of […]

Can Ricky Hatton burn off enough blubber for a comeback?

4 days agoSports / Boxing : BoxingNews24

By Scott Gilfoid: With 42-year-old Oscar De La Hoya recently talking about making a comeback to the sport before changing his mind to stay retired, it makes one think of former two division world champion [...] More boxing news on

Live... Die... and Live Again - Part 2

By Stephen Ellis - In Part 1, we used available evidence to show that the mind and the body are two separate, distinctive things. Now let’s look at some of the possibilities of what happens when the body dies. Of course, when you are...Show More Summary

Want To Be More Creative? Your Personality May Hold The Key

Are you focused or does your mind wander? Increase your creativity by using a cognitive approach that best suits your personality. Creative insight tends to strike one of two ways: either we labor over our work for hours and eventually find an innovative solution, or we're driving in a car or lying in bed and a good idea just hits us. Show More Summary

Skill Builder: Using an Awl to Sew Leather and Heavy Fabrics

Introduction If you think about tools that we use today that are passed down from ancient people, the knife, or possibly a modern version of the spear might come to mind. Lying somewhere between those two implements in the modern-day usefulness is the awl. Show More Summary

Video: Arnold Schwarzenegger calls UFC 189 headliner Conor McGregor 'one of the greatest athletes of all time'

"Conor is one of the greatest athletes probably of all times. He has the right combination of the mind and the body and the talent. The two are connected so well with him, which I think is so important in athletics, that you believe 100-percent in your victory. Show More Summary

GDD™ Morning Update: Nero, Guy Gerber/Miss Kittin, DJ Sprinkles

Property of Gotta Dance Dirty • Nero Unveils Brand New Single, ‘Two Minds’ • Guy Gerber and Miss Kittin partner on Rumors On The Dancefloor • DJ Sprinkles Believes the Changes to Japan’s ‘No Dancing’ Rule Dismisses Larger Issues   Nero...Show More Summary

Daily News and Post Feel Same Way About Escaped Prisoner

The headline writers at The New York Daily News and The New York Post had the exact same thought when they heard that David West, one of two escaped prisoners, had been caught. Great minds think alike?

You Open Your Franchise And This Happens

The time: Two months after you opened your new franchise business The place: Your office Your frame of mind:     The reason: (See the 1st image)       Those are crickets.   You Open Your Franchise And This Happens Imagine investing $250,000 on a franchise business. Show More Summary

Boddika & Joy Orbison - TMTT

Sounds like: Four Tet, Floating Points Song: Boddika & Joy Orbison - TMTT What's so good? Collaborations between Joy Orbison and Boddika are a meeting of two of the UK underground's most prominent minds. Generally, their collaborations...Show More Summary

Snakes Have Places to Be, Too

Here you will find a video (originally posted to Gothamist) of two large snakes minding their own business while riding the F train in Park Slope. (According to the person who shot the footage, the reptiles boarded the subway with the help of a dude who figured it was fine to... More »

Club Med Collides With Cirque du Soleil to Get 'Creactive'

What happens when two French-based companies have a meeting of the the tropics? The answer is a one-of-a-kind experience that might have you doing backflips and cartwheels...or hobbling to the Wellness Centre for some deep-tissue therapy. Show More Summary

Two years later, family remembers baby Walter, miscarried at 19 weeks

Photos of Walter have been viewed by millions, changing countless minds on abortion, and saving lives.

'The Last Guardian' will likely blow our minds — and it shouldn't even exist

In early 2007, the first iPhone had just been revealed by Apple president Steve Jobs on a stage in California.  Somewhere in Japan, a small team of acclaimed video game developers was reconvening after a two year hiatus. The goal was simple: to create a third game, as emotionally impactful and precedent-setting as the first two. Show More Summary

Massive Spikes, Neck Tentacles, and Two Mouths: Hallucigenia, Everybody

Colour reconstruction of Hallucigenia sparsa. Credit: Danielle Dufault Some of the weirdest fossils on record come from the Cambrian period, which occurred half a billion years ago. But even with that in mind, the aptly named creature Hallucigenia is in a class all its own when it comes to pure, unmitigated eccentricity. Show More Summary

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