Monthly Archives: September 2014

Science Has Great News for People Who Read Actual Books – Mic

Science Has Great News for People Who Read Actual Books – Mic.

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Why Books Matter

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
I finished this book last night. I don’t recall another book packing such a punch at the finish. “I felt myself enter Fitzgerald’s language, felt its lilt, its music, carry me away.” Right book.…

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Listen to The Beatles’ isolated vocal tracks for Abbey Road medley

Originally posted on Consequence of Sound:
Ed Note: Today, The Beatles’ Abbey Road celebrates its 45th anniversary. In light of the occasion, we’re republishing this story, which was originally posted in September 2013. A few years ago, we named The Beatles’…

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Romeo Saganashs Speech On Murdered, Missing Aboriginal Women Silences House

OTTAWA – NDP MP Romeo Saganashs remarks to the House of Commons on Friday about the need for an inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women:”Indigenous women experience more violence because they are indigenous and because they are women. Amnesty … Continue reading

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The Lost Forest World of the World’s Largest Cave | Mysterious Universe

In this technologically advanced age of Google Earth and ever expanding exploration of our planet, there are fewer and fewer places that remain hidden from the gaze of humankind. We are exploring the forests, mountains, and seas of the world … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning: Jonny + Xena. Moved.

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
There’s not much to say here except WATCH. Thank you Julie.

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Crystalline

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
http://youtu.be/jrZ8t2es5g8 Ruu Campbell is a British singer-songwriter from Shropshire, England. His music has been compared to Bon Iver and James Vincent McMorrow. (Although, I think he sounds more like Nick Drake.) Campbell’s songs “The Call”, “Crossroads” and Mathereal were featured on Parenthood in…

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I am alive and walking

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
How important it must be to someone that I am alive and walking, and that I have written these poems. This morning the sun stood right at the end of the road and waited…

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T.G.I.F.: 1:55 min Dance to your Morning Commute

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
http://youtu.be/SB_0vRnkeOk Smart, the company behind the original smart car, has devised a clever way to help pedestrians wait for the walk signal and keep the streets safer — a dancing traffic light. By projecting…

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▶ Moana & the Tribe Nga iwi e Chiemsee reggae

Moana & the Tribe Nga iwi e Chiemsee reggae via ▶ Moana & the Tribe Nga iwi e Chiemsee reggae – YouTube. “Everywhere Indigenous people are standing up for their rights. Everywhere people are standing up for their rights… so … Continue reading

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