Frisian Trade. Perpetual stew. A perpetual stew, also known as hunter's pot or hunter's stew, is a pot into which whatever one can find is placed and cooked.
The pot is never or rarely emptied all the way, and ingredients and liquid are replenished as necessary. The concept is often a common element in descriptions of medieval inns. Foods prepared in a perpetual stew have been described as being flavorful due to the manner in which the foodstuffs blend together, in which the flavor may improve with age. Examples Medieval cooking: – Tannahill Pepperpot is commonly eaten in Guyana and parts of the Caribbean. Ingredients Various ingredients can be used in a perpetual stew, such as root vegetables and tubers (onion, carrot, potato, garlic, parsnip, turnip, etc.) and various meats and game meats. See also References ^ Jump up to: a b Slabbert, Joan (2005).
Further reading Blaug, Mark (1997). Places of Horror - The Secrets of Scary Settings - Extra Credits. How do hard drives work? - Kanawat Senanan. Hard drives are data storage devices with a long history, beginning with IBM’s RAMAC in 1956.
Unlike other electronic devices these days, hard drives are mechanical devices with moving parts. See what’s inside a modern hard drive. Data is written onto the disk along a circular track very much like the grooves on an old-fashioned vinyl record, except that on a hard disk there are no physical grooves to guide the head. Controlling the head to fly over the correct data track and precisely follow it can be quite a challenge.
The drive must also tolerate any shocks and vibrations that might nudge the head off-track. How is it possible to keep the head flying so close to the surface of the disk? Tribology is the study of interacting surfaces in relative motion. Campo Santo - Firewatch. Quick Look: Tokyo Jungle. How to Make Donohi: Body Warming Device Used by the Ninja. Designer's Notebook: The Role of Architecture in Videogames. Designer's Notebook: The Role of Architecture in Videogames By Ernest Adams This month's column began life as a lecture I gave to the Ars Electronica festival of electronic and computerized art, in Linz, Austria.
They requested the topic, and although it sounded a bit odd at first, the more research I did, the more interesting it got. This month's column is a short version of that lecture. My audience was mostly artists and a good fourth of them had never played a videogame in their lives, so I had to include a lot of background material about game design that isn't included here. Why Humans Construct Buildings. Welcome to Mystic Island: Home to the Best Serial Stories. Webcams on a Map - find thousands of live cams near you or all over the world. The California Sunday Magazine.
Whittier, Alaska, is a town of about 200 people, almost all of whom live in a 14-story former Army barracks built in 1956.
The building, called Begich Towers, holds a police station, a health clinic, a church, and a laundromat. Its hallways resemble those of a school or a detention center. One can often find residents shuffling around in slippers and pajamas. Barbary slave trade. Purchase of Christian captives by Catholic monks in the Barbary states The Barbary slave trade refers to the white slave markets that flourished on the Barbary Coast of North Africa, or modern-day Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and western Libya, between the 16th and 19th centuries.
These markets prospered while the states were nominally under Ottoman suzerainty, but in reality they were mostly autonomous. The North African slave markets traded in European slaves. Why the modern bathroom is a wasteful, unhealthy design. For centuries, the people of London and other big cities got their cooking and washing water from rivers or wells, limiting their consumption to pretty much what they could carry.
They dumped their waste into brick-lined cesspits that would be emptied by the night soil men, who sold it as fertilizer or dumped it off Dung Pier into the Thames. Boa mistura rejuvinate mexican neighborhood with otomi art. Apr 24, 2014 boa mistura rejuvinate mexican neighborhood with otomi art boa mistura rejuvinate mexican neighborhood with otomi art the setting for boa mistura‘s latest project is la colonia de las américas on the outskirts of querétaro, méxico. it is a humble community of working class people consisting of housing (much of which is self built) and small business: ‘misceláneas’ (grocery stores), taquerías, and cantinas. américas is located across two sides of a hill, and has a ‘boomerang’ form overlooking the two main highways of the state; the ’5 de febrero’ road and ‘bernardo quintana’, which converge exactly at the apex of las amércias — as a result the neighborhood is seen daily seen by thousands of people. the community is filled with bright colors and patterns those interested in volunteering to help with the next stages of the project can find full details here »
The Gentlemen of Bakongo And Their Cult Of Elegance. Ever heard of a religion of clothing?
De Urban Campsite, een reizende camping waar kamperen en kunst samenkomen. Dutch Profiles. Dutch Profiles are short documentaries about architects, graphic, product and fashion designers in the Netherlands.
Containing interviews with both well-known and upcoming Dutch designers, Dutch Profiles focus on their conceptual approach, their work process, and the context of their projects. The series includes movies featuring Rem Koolhaas, MVRDV, Herman Hertzberger, Wim Crouwel, Jurgen Bey, Irma Boom, Hella Jongerius, Daan Roosegaarde, Jan Taminiau, Iris van Herpen and Alexander van Slobbe. From 2009 till early 2013, a total of 96 profiles were produced by Submarine for the DutchDFA programme, with an editorial board consisting of Jose Teunissen, Gert Staal, Huib Haye van der Werf and Christine de Baan.
A Dream of Glowing Trees Is Assailed for Gene-Tinkering. The project, which will use a sophisticated form of genetic engineering called synthetic biology, is attracting attention not only for its audacious goal, but for how it is being carried out. Rather than being the work of a corporation or an academic laboratory, it will be done by a small group of hobbyist scientists in one of the growing number of communal laboratories springing up around the nation as biotechnology becomes cheap enough to give rise to a do-it-yourself movement. The project is also being financed in a D.I.Y. sort of way: It has attracted more than $250,000 in pledges from about 4,500 donors in about two weeks on the Web site Kickstarter.
The effort is not the first of its kind. A university group created a glowing tobacco plant a few years ago by implanting genes from a marine bacterium that emits light. But the light was so dim that it could be perceived only if one observed the plant for at least five minutes in a dark room. Chindōgu. Chindōgu (珍道具?)
Is the Japanese art of inventing ingenious everyday gadgets that, on the face of it, seem like an ideal solution to a particular problem. Artist Uses His Own Body Fat to Make Soap. Miami-based performance artist Orestes de la Paz has put his heart, soul and fat into 20 bars of special soap made with his liposuctioned blubber.
The bars of human soap are available for purchase and priced at $1,000. Orestes de la Paz underwent a liposuction procedure in December of last year, and decided to turn the removed fat into soap to prevent it from going rancid. He came up with the idea for his art thesis after realizing that “clients are willing to try anything to feel and look beautiful, even to the extent of buying products with human elements in them (stem cells, placenta, semen; you name it, it’s out there.)” Creepy Black Balloon Will Follow You, Repeat Your Convos. How terrifying would it be to turn around and see a levitating black balloon following your every move and repeating the last conversation you just had?
Royal College of Art student Francesco Tacchini, in collaboration with designers Julinka Ebhart, and Will Yates Johnson, created exactly that, and called it Space Replay. Yakhchal: Ancient Refrigerators - Earth Architecture. Yakhchal in Yazd Province By 400 BC, Persian engineers had mastered the technique of storing ice in the middle of summer in the desert. The ice was brought in during the winters from nearby mountains in bulk amounts, and stored in a Yakhchal, or ice-pit. These ancient refrigerators were used primarily to store ice for use in the summer, as well as for food storage, in the hot, dry desert climate of Iran.
The ice was also used to chill treats for royalty during hot summer days and to make faloodeh, the traditional Persian frozen dessert. Aboveground, the structure is comprised of a large mud brick dome, often rising as tall as 60 feet tall. Extra Credits - MMO Economies - How to Manage Inflation in Virtual Economies. SkywayMyWay - Minneapolis Skyway Map. 10 Of The World's Most Unusual Towns. Travel A town is generally accepted as any region bigger than a village and smaller than a city. Thomassons: Those Peculiar Architectural Relics That Serve No Purpose. Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, NY, United States. The Atlantic slave trade: What too few textbooks told you - Anthony Hazard. 10 Bizarre Hypothetical Forms Of Government. Politics. On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs - STRIKE! Butterflies Remember What They Learned as Caterpillars. The Railroad Journey and the Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History 214.
Extra Credits: Gamification. Democracy, Authoritarian Capitalism, and China: Crash Course World History 230. Smallest organisms. The smallest organisms found on Earth can be determined according to various aspects of organism size; including volume, mass, height, length, or genome size. Given the incomplete nature of scientific knowledge, it is possible that the smallest organism is undiscovered. $9M Bitcoin haul buried in U.K. rubbish tip - Nov. 29, 2013.
Your save data tells a story that links us all together. The Firebombing of Tokyo. List of largest buildings in the world. This list of most voluminous buildings in the world ranks buildings from around the world by footprint on the ground, usable space (volume) and floor space (area). Hannes Coudenys creates an archive of Ugly Belgian Houses. Krakatoa. List of longest-living organisms. Magnetic movie. A Wild West Town’s Visionary Experiment. How to Make an Attractive City. Why Some Countries Are Poor and Others Rich. What do you think is the most interesting event in history? Selective breeding of plants. 10 Theological Explorations Of Futuristic Ideas. 10 Thought Phenomena That Cause Us To Make Bad Decisions. Weather Man: Life at a Remote Russian Weather Station. Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde. Continuing Days in the Life of a Financial Adviser. Civil inattention. Laughter in animals. List of weather records. Lists of extreme points.
Extremes on Earth. Largest organisms. Feedback loops: How nature gets its rhythms - Anje-Margriet Neutel. Ancient: Epicurus’ Cure for Unhappiness. Natural nuclear fission reactor. A guide to the energy of the Earth - Joshua M. Sneideman. Nietzsche: Genealogy of Morals. Garden hermit needed. Apply within. Things You Never Knew You Needed: An Ornamental Hermit. The Bloodbath of B-R5RB, Gaming’s Most Destructive Battle Ever. Sugar: Hiding in plain sight - Robert Lustig. How to Draw a Human Heart by Emon Hassan Narratively. 100 POSSESSIONS (CURRENT INVENTORY*) ★ Giant Ant Colony Excavated ★
100 Years of Breed “Improvement” Mirrors finally bring winter sun to Rjukan in Norway. 9 Ways Altruism Is Destroying The World. 10 Amazing Human Behaviors In Apes And Monkeys. Labyrint: Taal bepaalt. How Animals See The World. 10 Massive Things We Built And Then Destroyed. 10 Bizarre Scientific Art Projects. 15 Giant Monsters That Lived Alongside Humans. 10 Lesser Known or Used Forms of Government. 10 Bizarre Food Developments We May See In The Future. 10 Horrible Facts About Charities. 10 Astounding Natural Phenomena Caught On Film.
10 Amazing Examples of Mind Over Matter. Eindexpo Minerva Groningen, 2015. Deze lap vlees swipet iedereen op Tinder naar rechts. Pregnancy vest and stroller for baby plants by Alice Kim. Nearest Costco, Monument or Satellite. Radioactive Ming vases echo our toxic dependency on electronics. Interview with Cecilia Jonsson, the artist who extracts iron from invasive weeds. The sound of empty space. China Archives - Art and design inspiration from around the world - CreativeRootsArt and design inspiration from around the world. Exploring Bodily Autonomy on ‘American Horror Story: Coven’
Close Up is de documentaire rubriek van de AVRO Kunst. Neri Oxman creates 3D-printed structures for interplanetary voyages. Kevin Kan. A Media System That Gives Physical Life to Digital Media.