When It Comes to Race, Watch Your Mouth. Huge Saber-Toothed Cat Paw Print Fossil Found In Argentina. Jak skompletować deskorolkę? - Skateboard.pl. Cleverly Designed Bookmark Easily Doubles as a Brightly Shining Book Light. Bookmarks and book lights are two peas in a pod, but they’re marketed as separate items.
Kyouei Design has created a product, however, that cleverly combines the two into one incredibly useful device. Aptly called Bookmark Light, its minimalist design features a thin piece of clear film that’s embedded with a silver nanoparticle ink that transmits electricity. This allows for its dual usage—with the addition of a lithium coin battery, the bookmark turns into a small light that illuminates your words on a dark night. The Bookmark Light takes its natural form in a flattened rectangular shape. To transform it into a light, you simply fold the piece and sandwich the battery between either end. Kyouei Design currently sells the Bookmark Light on their website.
A short comic gives the simplest, most perfect explanation of privilege I've ever seen. Privilege can be a hard thing to talk about.
Go Long! 11 Albums With Ludicrously Lengthy Titles. It's Official! Welcome Back, My Corgi People! - The Daily Corgi. Louis O’Neill, Corgi King of Dallas Dear friend and fellow Corgi lover, After seven years, 4,000 posts, and hundreds of Corgi smiles and stories, I am pleased at last to introduce the new and improved Daily Corgi!
Think of my blog as a new house. Not just a fresh coat of paint, but a whole new building. A building full of Corgis. 15 rare species and why it's critical you know they (and others) exist. 1.
The Emperor Tamarin Two words: HOLY MUSTACHE. Image by Kevin Barrett/Flickr. Female-named hurricanes kill more than male hurricanes because people don’t respect them, study finds. Hurricane Rita (2005) People don’t take hurricanes as seriously if they have a feminine name and the consequences are deadly, finds a new groundbreaking study.
Female-named storms have historically killed more because people neither consider them as risky nor take the same precautions, the study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences concludes. Researchers at the University of Illinois and Arizona State University examined six decades of hurricane death rates according to gender, spanning 1950 and 2012. Of the 47 most damaging hurricanes, the female-named hurricanes produced an average of 45 deaths compared to 23 deaths in male-named storms, or almost double the number of fatalities. (The study excluded Katrina and Audrey, outlier storms that would skew the model). The difference in death rates between genders was even more pronounced when comparing strongly masculine names versus strongly feminine ones. Rare Photos Showing That Victorians Weren’t That Serious. Radiohead’s ‘OK Computer’ - 20 Things You Might Not Know.
These GIFs Show How Hiroshima Has Emerged From Devastation Over 71 Years. Sticky Notes War Between Two Office Buildings That Got Out Of Hand. Post-it notes are an awesome way to leave someone a cute message they’ll find in the morning or be passive-aggressive at work when James leaves a mess after himself in the kitchen… come on James!
But a couple of office buildings in New York stepped it up a notch when they started a full-blown sticky notes war between themselves. It all started when an employee at Harrison and Star wrote “hi” on his office window, hoping to catch the attention of a neighboring office across the street. He did. Talking About Your Mental Illness for Attention. A comic that debunks myths about asexuality. Asexuality is often misunderstood.
In general, it's believed to be the absence of any romantic interest, but asexual identity actually means that a person is not sexually attracted to anyone. Romantic feelings and the strength of those feelings can vary from person to person. Currently, about 1% of adults have no interest in sex, though some experts believe that number could be higher. Hope your week's going well. Here's a comic about death. Father and Daughter Find Adorable Baby Foxes in Their Backyard. A New Jersey homeowner was fortunate enough to find a delightfully cute surprise in his backyard—a litter of baby foxes!
Philip Wang and his daughter Alice discovered the little kits on their 7-acre property in Princeton, NJ. The pair photographed the adorable foxes as they dozed together, played with each other, explored their surroundings, and even turned their curious eyes upon the camera. Visually Satisfying Project Shares the Color Palettes of Iconic Film Scenes. Twitter account Cinema Palettes takes screenshots from classic films and translates them to ten-part color palettes.
Though based on a momentary still, each spectrum of shades seems to encapsulate its movie's overall mood: the somber, otherworldly blues of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the dreamlike pinks and purples of The Grand Budapest Hotel, the cloyingly pretty pastels of Edward Scissorhands, and the earthly, organic greens and browns of Atonement, for example. The collection ranges from Mary Poppins to Star Wars, catering to all cinematic tastes. Find your favorite film below and see whether the color scheme suits your style—if so, you can now paint your home or redesign your wardrobe with your movie of choice as your hue inspiration. Above: The Royal Tenenbaums Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Rodzaje płyt gramofonowych, rodzaje płyt winylowych - Vinu. Energetic Pet Fox Finds an Unlikely Best Friend in a Gentle Canine. When we first met Juniper, an adorable domesticated fox, she was furiously hopping on a bed thinking it was a pile of snow.
After being won over by her charms, we’ve continued to follow her on Instagram, where her human Jessika shares facets of the lively fox's everyday adventures. One constant in Juniper’s life is Moose, an Australian Shepherd Malamute mix that has become her best friend. Like Juniper, Moose was rescued by Jessika at a very young age. The gentle, smiling canine was introduced to Juniper on her first day home, and they instantly became pals.