Découvrez Koro, un petit lama que la gourmandise entraîne dans une drôle de m... Ce superbe court-métrage d’animation raconte la mésaventure de Koro, un lama sacrément mignon. Ce dernier cherche désespérément à manger une herbe qui se trouve de l’autre côté d’une barrière électrifiée… Mais la tâche ne s’avère pas être si facile que ça. Un fou rire garanti pour les petits comme pour les grands ! Caminandes est l’abréviation espagnole des mots : « caminar » (marcher) et « Andes » (ou Andes en français) qui est la plus longue chaîne de montagnes continentale au monde, habituellement désignée comme étant « la colonne vertébrale de l’Amérique du Sud ». Hurricane Sandy in Photos - In Focus Hurricane Sandy, which has already claimed over 50 lives in the Caribbean, has traveled north. It will soon bring heavy winds and floodwaters to the mid-Atlantic region, combining with other weather systems to possibly become what some are calling a historic "superstorm." Gathered here are images from Sandy's story so far, from the Caribbean to preparations along the East Coast of the United States. In the next hours, as Sandy makes landfall, I will continue to update this post with new images from the newswires and elsewhere. Update: See also the new entry: Hurricane Sandy: After Landfall, from October 30, 2012. [50 photos]
NAOMI KLEIN ET LA CRISE FINANCIÈRE – L’INTÉGRALE (1-2-3) Nous avons pu rencontrer Naomi Klein, cette journaliste et écrivaine canadienne, auteure du livre “No Logo”, et plus récemment de “ la stratégie du choc ” (2007, Actes Sud). Alors que la crise financière s’installe dans le monde entier, il nous a semblé utile d’entendre cette spécialiste du “capitalisme du désastre”. “ La stratégie du choc” à l’œuvre pendant la crise financière “La règle du néolibéralisme n’est pas le libre-marché, la règle c’est l’intérêt des multinationales” Dans cette première partie, Naomi Klein nous rappelle la stratégie de l’idéologie “néo-libérale”: profiter des crises pour installer un peu plus le système du “laissez-faire”. Un système qui fonctionne sur les bulles spéculatives et le secours de l’Etat en cas de problème.
The 6 Most Terrifying Features of Japanese Toilets You're probably already familiar with a toilet. If you're not, it's that poop-eatin' chair in the other room. When you think about it -- and most people, rightly, don't -- a toilet's got a pretty thankless task. With a job description that grim, few would have the nerve to ask much more of the poor toilet. The Japanese are those few people. Hurricane Sandy: After Landfall - In Focus Last night, Hurricane Sandy -- the largest Atlantic tropical system on record -- made landfall just south of Atlantic City, New Jersey, bringing winds up to 90 mph (150 kph), and pushing a massive storm surge onto beaches and shorelines. At least 12 deaths have been reported in the United States. These fatalities, when added to the previous toll in the Caribbean, leave Sandy responsible for more taking more than 80 lives to date.
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Capturing the Exact Moment of Impact Apr 24, 2012 Alan Sailer is an artist that specializes in high-speed photography. He has a penchant for shooting and blowing up things up like fruit, household items or stuff he finds at flea markets, thrift store and yard sales. The results are posted to his wildly active and entertaining Flickr page where he discusses his process and responds to questions and comments. Alan works out of his garage using a homemade high-speed flash device that’s based off an article from a 1974 volume of the Scientific American.
42 Hilariously Inappropriate Children's Books You'll Want To Read Life Funny NEXT PAGE 42 Hilariously Inappropriate Children's Books You'll Want To Read by MichaelaSleeth from @FUN Here’s the perfect U.S. road trip Randy Olson, a fourth-year graduate research assistant at Michigan State University, previously used a genetic algorithm to figure out the fastest way to find Waldo. Now Olson is back and he's using that same algorithm to map out the perfect U.S. road trip. Actually he created two perfect road trips, with help from Tracy Staedter.