Children follow the example. Man Interviewed By His 18-Year-Old Self for 'Later That Same Life' What if you could interview your future self?
One writer thought ahead—by thirty-eight years—and recorded himself at 18-years-old to ask himself the tough questions. Back in 1977, the same year Star Wars came out, Peter "Stoney" Emshwiller recorded himself asking questions like “Are you married?” And “What’s happened to the family?” Nearly four decades later, he answered them and cut all of the footage into one seamless interview that is now a short film called Later That Same Life. Per the NPR, highlights from that interview are listed below. Trying to follow what is going on in Syria and why? This comic will get you there in 5 minutes. That warning has become a global alert.
Since the uprising against Assad in March 2011, over 240,000 people have been killed, 4 million Syrians have fled their country, and over 7 million have been displaced. The headlines are full of the heartbreaking stories of these refugees — including young children — who have died trying to reach safety in other countries. The story of these refugees is deeply tied to the effects of climate change. "We are experiencing a surprising uptick in global insecurity ... partially due to our inability to manage climate stress. " That's how Columbia University professor Marc Levy (who also does studies for the U.S. government) summed it up. Adolescentes, Drogas e Piadas com HIV: Seja Bem-vindo ao Witch House na Rússia. "Imagine que você é uma jovem de 16 anos que foi estuprada pelo próprio pai na frente de todos os seus amigos e postou isso no Instagram".
Why All Hipsters Look The Same. Por 4.000 Dólares Você Pode Experimentar Como É Estar Morto. Print de Wake Up and See Life in a Whole New Way, por COLORS/Vimeo.
This Dad Knew Exactly What to Do When His Autistic Son No Longer Qualified for Services. Most parents have dreams for their children to be successful.
To be happy. To be independent. For parents of children with autism, they fear that this dream is out of reach. This is a story, wonderfully told by NationSwell, about a father just like so many out there who was having trouble imagining what the future would hold for his autistic son. One Word: Ferguson - Episode 2. These Second Graders' Reactions to "Normal Barbie" Are Absolutely Amazing.
If You Pee Against A Wall In Hamburg You Might Be In For A Nasty Surprise. Female Company President: "I'm sorry to all the mothers I worked with" I still am embarrassed by this memory.
Five years ago I walked into an office on the twenty-fifth floor of the Manhattan headquarters of Time Inc. NÃO TIRA O BATOM VERMELHO. The Tweeting Child, or What I Learned about Social Media from a Five Year-Old. Noah, AKA @beebaaahp, is a five year-old boy.
He likes playing Wii tennis (complains about line calls), having Mr. Man books read to him at bedtime, and snacking on string cheese and applesauce squeezies. Visualizing Superheroes with Realistic Body Types. When it comes to accurate depictions of the human body, comic book heroes are hardly realistic.
Whether they’re sprouting blades from their hands or surviving decades in a deep freeze, these characters regularly push the limits of what’s considered possible. But they also depart from realistic human anatomy in a more mundane sense: Almost none of them reflect the typical physique of most Americans. Today, 33.7% of men and 36.5% of women in the U.S. are considered obese, and more than two-thirds are overweight.1 Weight gain has put millions of people at risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other preventable conditions.2 Meanwhile, comic books depict vastly different figures: men with massive biceps and shoulders and women with toned abs and tiny waists. So what would they look like if they reflected more typical body shapes and sizes? February 2015 Infographic: Meet the Centennials. February 2015 Infographic: Meet the Centennials. Artista transforma pallet em skate para circular em linhas de bonde. THE UNSLUT PROJECT. "Slut: A Documentary Film" can only happen with YOUR help!
Please give whatever you can and help spread the word! Filed under unslut slut shaming sex women feminism crowdfunding seedandspark. O que aconteceu com a blogosfera brasileira? Lembro quando, no ano passado, o Cid do Não Salvo, após ganhar mais uma vez o prêmio de blog do ano no youPIX, comentou comigo que o Não Salvo é a resistência.
O que ele quis dizer é que, em uma premiação inundada de influentes que tem no vídeo seu principal formato criativo e de distribuição, ele é um dos únicos premiados que vem de outro ecossistema, a blogosfera. E ele tem razão. Creative People Say No. Cognitive Biases Screw Up Decisions. What is the Point of the Humanities? Free Trade - or Protectionism? One of the most pressing choices facing modern economies is whether to adopt a…Should We Work on Ourselves - or on the World? When we’re struck down by emotional issues, like depression, anxiety, or love…Romantic vs. A Teenager’s View on Social Media — Backchannel. Written by an actual teen I read technology articles quite often and see plenty of authors attempt to dissect or describe the teenage audience, especially in regards to social media.
However, I have yet to see a teenager contribute their voice to this discussion. This is where I would like to provide my own humble opinion. For transparency, I am a 19-year-old male attending The University of Texas at Austin. I am extremely interested in social media’s role in our society as well as how it is currently evolving.
This article will not use any studies, data, sources, etc. What Teens Really Think About YouTube, Google+, Reddit and Other Social Media — Backchannel. Neal D Retke For President! YouTube's Year In Rewind Video Is A Perfect Look Back At 2014. 5 Ways to Know a Company’s Work Culture (Without Asking) How Silicon Valley Can Get Less White. By Lauren C. Williams. Social Capital: The Secret Behind Airbnb and Uber. Douchebag: The White Racial Slur We’ve All Been Waiting For — Human Parts. On Shouting White Racial Slurs in Public I am a white, middle class male professor at a big, public university, and every year I get up in front of a hundred and fifty to two hundred undergraduates in a class on the history of race in America and I ask them to shout white racial slurs at me.
The results are usually disappointing. First of all, everyone knows that saying anything overtly racist in front of strangers is totally taboo. How Much Money Do Twentysomethings Actually Get From Their Parents.