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Apr 04
anjaniedringhaus:

Afghan day laborer Mesbah, 12, takes a rest after preparing kilns to fire bricks at a brick kiln factory on the outskirts of Kabul. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)


Journalism lost a very good photojournalist today.

anjaniedringhaus:

Afghan day laborer Mesbah, 12, takes a rest after preparing kilns to fire bricks at a brick kiln factory on the outskirts of Kabul. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)



Journalism lost a very good photojournalist today.


newyorker:

Richard Brody discusses his DVD-of-the-Week, Nicholas Ray’s 1973 film “We Can’t Go Home Again”: http://nyr.kr/1eOhKmN


fastcompany:

Are you more excited about health-care reform now that Zach Galifianakis has made some jokes about it?

You can mock but can you think of a better way to reach the age group that the affordable care act needs?

Feb 11
http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=HNq51ieN2YM&u=/watch?v=riEBi8BJ9Tw&feature=share

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Feb 08

c4news:

Jobs. Housing. Benefits. Are young people getting a raw deal, and will they accept it? Next week on Channel 4 News: http://bit.ly/LW4EfS

Could this be the snapping point in many OECD countries?


comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jon Stewart’s take on Rob Ford and Justin Bieber’s latest antics.


theatlantic:

Notice that Flicker? Europe’s Lights Are Out-of-Tune With Your Phone

It’s not camera-hacking elves: If you take your North American smartphone to Europe and shoot video indoors there, an odd flickering appears in the recording. As intrepid videographer Tom Scott shows above, it’s because of something normally invisible—the differences in how the two continents transmit electricity. 

It’s an awesome video, interesting even if you’ve never bounded the Great Circle.

Read more.


life:


New York City during the great blizzard of 1947 - evocative of the scene this morning, as the city digs out from the snow.  (Photo: Al Fenn—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

life:

New York City during the great blizzard of 1947 - evocative of the scene this morning, as the city digs out from the snow.

(Photo: Al Fenn—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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Nov 13

vicemag:

You Should Be Very Excited About the Launch of i-D’s New Website 

Tomorrow, the iconic British fashion and lifestyle publicationi-D will be launching their new website. We’re very excited about this because, as you’ll see tomorrow, it’s going to reinvent the way fashion works online. The site unveiling comes with the premiere of M.I.A’s video for “Y.A.L.A (You Always Live Again),” an original i-D commission in collaboration with KENZO, as well as a whole raft of exciting new video pieces they’ve been working on.

The site’s launching tomorrow with a bunch of great stuff, but you can watch the teaser video above to keep you happy until then.


Life Magazine and the Zapruder film


Only a publication like Life could not exist and still put out something so perfect. An interesting look into how the moments unfolded after Kennedy’s assassination and what one Life editor had to do to get the footage.



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