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Education and Enlightenment
May 24 '13

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Sep 14 '12

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Sep 14 '12
srdash:

Gravity manipulation. All so called as Gravitokinesis or Gyrokinesis.

srdash:

Gravity manipulation. All so called as Gravitokinesis or Gyrokinesis.

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Sep 11 '12

justbeingseriouslysocial:

Three Cubes Colliding: A 3D Printed Kite Spectacular (VIDEO) »

Using 1,700 3D-printed joints, CTF3 (Cuben Fiber) fabric and feather-light carbon rods, this seemingly heavy and eight-foot cube is actually a kite that can fly to the sky.

The piece is simultaneously a complex and mesmerizing formal accomplishment and a light, airy ode to innocent play.

art + design + science + technology = This 3D-printed kite

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Aug 13 '12
srdash:

As they say in India: Be able to be alone.

srdash:

As they say in India: Be able to be alone.

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Jun 30 '12

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Jun 22 '12

srdash:

857 Empty School Desks

The desks represent the number of U.S. students who drop out of school every hour, every day. […] The art installation was made by not-for-profit organization, College Board, to call upon presidential candidates to make education a more prominent issue in the 2012 campaigns.

OMG! The 2nd image is a Graffiti made on one of the 857 empty school desks.

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Jun 21 '12
“This is causing universities to rethink their value to students,” says Professor Koller, who is from Stanford University’s computer science department. The most prestigious universities are always going to have enough demand for places - but the emergence of high-quality online courses could be tougher for middle-ranking institutions. Why would you pay high fees to sit through a mediocre lecture, when you could go online and watch world experts at another university, even if it’s in another country? “The universities in the middle will really have to think about their proposition,” she says.

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Jun 19 '12

pewresearch:

"Asian Americans are the highest-income, best-educated and fastest-growing racial group in the U.S, with Asians now making up the largest share of recent immigrants." Read our new report, "The Rise of Asian Americans," just released:  http://pewrsr.ch/KIJP63

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Jun 19 '12
justbeingseriouslysocial:

srdash:

Though all of our sea creatures are becoming extinct at an alarming rate, live sea animals are being sold as keyrings in China.

One salesman claimed that the creatures could live as long as several months because the water contains “nutrients” - a claim that is unlikely at best. […] Even if this were true, it doesn’t excuse the fact that the creatures have no space to move around in, very little air, and are likely to be smashed in someone’s pocket. The worst part is that this practice is completely legal! Chinese law prohibits the sale of wild animals, but apparently the legislation does not apply to selling turtles and fish in such inhumane fashion. 



Just knew about this via @OMGFacts and this post is a WARNING: If you’re selling live animals as keyrings in China or any other part of the world, beware! The Internet will expose you even if your country’s law doesn’t prohibit you from doing such cruel and merciless act.

justbeingseriouslysocial:

srdash:

Though all of our sea creatures are becoming extinct at an alarming rate, live sea animals are being sold as keyrings in China.

One salesman claimed that the creatures could live as long as several months because the water contains “nutrients” - a claim that is unlikely at best. […] Even if this were true, it doesn’t excuse the fact that the creatures have no space to move around in, very little air, and are likely to be smashed in someone’s pocket. The worst part is that this practice is completely legal! Chinese law prohibits the sale of wild animals, but apparently the legislation does not apply to selling turtles and fish in such inhumane fashion. 

Just knew about this via @OMGFacts and this post is a WARNING: If you’re selling live animals as keyrings in China or any other part of the world, beware! The Internet will expose you even if your country’s law doesn’t prohibit you from doing such cruel and merciless act.

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Jun 18 '12
justbeingseriouslysocial:

NYC Kids Spend Estimated $4.2 Million On Phone Storage »

$22,800. That is how much money the New York Post estimates New York City high school students hand over each day to make sure their cell phones are safe while they are in class. And all because the Department of Education continues to be incredibly stubborn about its cellphone policy. Even sadder is that most of the kids paying to keep their phones locked up could really use that extra money for things like lunch.

Even those students don’t hesitate to cut back on food for the sake of their smartphones! So, a part of digital culture is evolving?!

justbeingseriouslysocial:

NYC Kids Spend Estimated $4.2 Million On Phone Storage »

$22,800. That is how much money the New York Post estimates New York City high school students hand over each day to make sure their cell phones are safe while they are in class. And all because the Department of Education continues to be incredibly stubborn about its cellphone policy. Even sadder is that most of the kids paying to keep their phones locked up could really use that extra money for things like lunch.

Even those students don’t hesitate to cut back on food for the sake of their smartphones! So, a part of digital culture is evolving?!

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Jun 9 '12
fotojournalismus:

Shogara, Tajikistan. 1993. Drawings of war scenes by children.
[Credit : Abbas]

fotojournalismus:

Shogara, Tajikistan. 1993. Drawings of war scenes by children.

[Credit : Abbas]

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Jun 4 '12

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May 4 '12
As you educate yourself about your own talent and ambitions, you graduate from doing a task right to doing the right task. It takes some experience to realize that a lot of work is better left undone. It might be busywork that is performed out of habit, or it might be work that is heading in the wrong direction. Working smart means making sure you are spending your time on jobs that are effective and that actually need to be done.

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Apr 27 '12

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