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See what's new on the Big Map: Hallets Cove Esplanade and Astoria Boulevard in Astoria, Queens (2/17/14); Whitey Ford Field in Astoria, Queens (2/14/14); Juniper Valley Park in Middle Village, Queens (2/6/14); Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, Sarasota Jungle Gardens and The Ringling on Florida's Gulf Coast (2/1/14); Super Bowl Boulevard in Midtown Manhattan (1/31/14); Phoenix Zoo in Phoenix, Arizona (1/24/14); Discovering Columbus Exhibition in Columbus Circle, Midtown Manhattan (1/18/14); Oyster Bay Oyster Festival in Oyster Bay, Long Island (1/4/14); Queens Zoo in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens (9/21/13); Shuttle Enterprise Flyover at the Intrepid in Manhattan (9/19/13); Great Jones Street in Noho, Manhattan (9/17/13); Barclays Center, Brooklyn Flea at the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower and the defunct Dekalb Market in Brooklyn (9/16/13); Acadia National Park, Portland Head Light and Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Observatory in Maine (8/16/13) Related:  Entertainment

25 Excitement GIFs to Perfectly Express Your Joy Excitement can be hard to convey in an e-mail. It's tough to capture just how wildly your arms are flailing or the exact non-word sounds escaping from your mouth in your state of extreme happiness. Luckily, there's a GIF for that. GIFs with jumping, dancing, screaming and anything else you might be doing in the wake of your good news. Once you've settled on a GIF, you only need to decide the ferocity of your excitement. You don't want to convey a Beyonce tickets level of excitement when you find out there's a Pretty Little Liars marathon on. You're welcome. 1. Image courtesy of Tumblr, yourbodyisanocean 2. Image courtesy of Tumblr, maxafax 3. Image courtesy of Tumblr, tatertonks 4. Image courtesy of Tumblr, gemini-dragon-gifs 5. Image courtesy of Tumblr, katty-mee 6. Image courtesy of Tumblr, otaku4prez 7. Image courtesy of Tumblr, 1luckygrl 8. Image courtesy of Tumblr, csulaadmissions 9. Image courtesy of Tumblr, paint-me-a-butt 10. Image courtesy of Tumblr, sydneyjoto 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Here Is Everything I Learned in New York City Wear Comfortable Shoes Yes, there are women who walk around New York in five-inch stilettos. There are also people who like to have sex hanging from a ceiling with a ball gag in their mouth. This world is strange and mysterious. But New York is a walking city, a city of derring-do, and you don’t want to be limping behind. Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for What You Want When I first came to New York, I was intimidated by delis, which is a little bit like being frightened of lawn sprinklers. “Whaddaya want?” “Um, what do you have?” The man would look at an expansive glass case of cold cuts and cheeses splayed out before me with a gesture that suggested: What do you need, lady, a map? Sometimes I panicked. You can ask for what you want and suffer the possibility of judgment, or you can pretend you want something else and almost certainly get it. When I finally asked for a sandwich as I really wanted it, the man behind the counter simply nodded. My face prickled with embarrassment. He shrugged.

100 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novels to Geek Out Over - Half Price Books Blog - HPB.com If your answer to every question is 42. If you can quote the three laws of Robotics. If you want to say “my precious” every time you see a gold band. Then this list is for you. We asked our 3,000 bibliomaniacs what their favorite SciFi/Fantasy novels were, and here are their top 100 answers. Now, Dune has been on my reading list for a while, but I am definitely going to have to read Ender's Game. You can find these books and more at your local Half Price Books. -- Julie 12 Best Free Summer Events New Yorkers Know About that Tourists Don't If you want a true New York summer experience, join the locals, who mark their calendars as soon as dates are set for these free not-to-be-missed events. Picnic provisions are essential for park entertainment, and in a city where real estate seems to always be at a premium, people will arrive more than an hour in advance to throw down a blanket to claim space. 1. Central Park's SummerStage It's the 20th anniversary of this series, best-known for drawing top names to its home at Rumpsey Playfield. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

OTR.Network Library (The Old Time Radio Network) Magic Beauty Of Italian Coastal Cities I think you would not refuse to live in any of these towns in Italy. There’s a calm, picturesque, sunny and these cities are located near the azure sea. Just paradise! Vernazza – one of five localities of the Cinque Terre. Portofino – small fishing town located in the province of Genoa. Atrani – a municipality in Italy, located in the region of Campania, is subject to the administrative center of Salerno. Ravello – a popular resort. Sorrento. Rapallo – a resort city (since 1957) on the Ligurian coast, the waters of the bay of the same name, to the south-east of Genoa. Lerici. Castiglioncello, a small town in Italy, Tuscany. Manarola – a small fishing village in Liguria, northern Italy.

movies you should watch before you die - a list by Chris1660 43 Places TSPDT - The 1,000 Greatest Films (Introduction) , the 1,000th ranked greatest film. INTRODUCTION to the 1,000 Greatest FilmsAs voted by 3,349 critics, filmmakers, scholars and other likely film types. Current Version: February 2014by Bill Georgaris The 2014 version of TSPDT’s 1,000 Greatest Films is now at your disposal. I always aim for January, but somehow February seems to be where it all comes together these days. Courtesy primarily of Cinephilia's 2012 poll, a total of 145 top-10 lists were added to the TSPDT database. Additionally, approximately 300 miscellaneous lists have been added to the brew taking the complete tally used to 1,900-plus. TSPDT’s Top 10 Greatest Films1. Listed below are the biggest winners and losers in this year’s edition: The Winners – Top Climbers within the 1,000Plácido (1961) 917 to 638 (up 279 spots)And Life Goes On… (1992) 909 to 728 (up 181)Funny Games (1997) 728 to 598 (up 130)Brokeback Mountain (2005) 870 to 741 (up 129)Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) 567 to 443 (up 124)

Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 2) Tian Tan Buddha on Lantau Island, Hong Kong Fernando De Noronha - Brazil Spirit Island, Magligne Lake, Alberta, Canada Rice Field Terraces in Yunnan, China Bern, Switzerland Coron Palawan, Philippines Rocky Village, Vernazza, Italy Porto Katsiki, Lefkada Island, Greece Lower Lewis River Falls - Gifford Pinchot National Forest - Washington, USA Pangong Tso Lake in the Himalayas Golden Eye Hotel - St. Golden Horn, Brac Island - Croatia Soneva Fushi, Maldives Alentejo, Portugal Etretat, Normandy, France The Pearl Waterfall, Jiuzhaigou Valley, China Norway Awa’awapuhi Trail Kauai, Hawaii Santa Domenica nel Salento Amazing Places To Experience Around The Globe (Part 1 - click here) Discovered a place we should include in Part 3 of Amazing Places?

100 Things Personality Test - VisualDNA VisualDNA brings a new layer of information to the world of technology that will help bring it closer to the people who use it – making it more enjoyable and relevant. Technology provides businesses with a surfeit of DATA – what and when. However it provides very little in the way of UNDERSTANDING – who did things, and why they did them. We see this effect in all areas of business from marketing to financial services. Despite all the targeting and site metrics, digital marketing isn’t getting any more effective. We have a different approach. In the financial sector this approach has led to a five-fold increase in ROI, in media we have seen 35% improvement in click rates. Watch a short video about VisualDNA. Learn more about our solutions for business:

12 Less Visited Countries and Why You Should Go There Now We travel to experience something different, to go places our friends haven’t been and regale them with our backpacking tales of far off countries when we get back, but these days everyone seems to be on the same trail. If you’re looking to get off the beaten track this year then maybe you should try one of these countries. Whether it’s due to geographical location or a turbulent history, the following countries have amazing sights and cultures to offer but have stayed under the radar. Want to plan a trip around these locations? North Korea North Korea is one of the most secretive societies and one of the few countries that are still under communist rule, so if you want to see the ‘last bastion’ of communism, now is the time to go. Almost untouched by tourism, North Korea lets in very few westerners each year and you enter strictly on the government’s terms with an approved tour guide. >> Read about 10 other difficult to visit places, and how to get there Myanmar Marshall Islands Bhutan

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