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Bullet PR, Brighton and London PR company Museums at Night This much-loved national event is the UK’s annual after-hours festival of culture and heritage. It features an astonishing range of live performances, twilight film screenings, artist talks and, of course, museum sleepovers. Bullet PR has been handling the media campaign since 2010. In that time, the AVE has grown from £40,000 to £3.4m.

mental_floss Blog & Talking Pictures: Love and Marriage Talking Pictures is a spankin'-new column in which, every week or so, I'll post an array of fascinating found snapshots that have writing on them, all arranged around a particular theme. I discovered them either in swap meets or flea markets or in the vast collections of snapshot-obsessed friends -- most of whom had never bothered to turn their photos over to check whether anything interesting was written on the backs. For me, words are what make old photos come to life. mr. div all in our heads // video 16,984 notes Kris Menace ‘The Entirety of Matter’ // Album art by Mr. Div Bearing Witness, Losing Her Life I got to know Camille Lepage on my first trip to South Sudan last summer. A jaunty young Frenchwoman who tooled around the rutted dirt roads of Juba on the back of a beat-up old motorcycle, she was hoping to work with me on the story I had come to town to cover, and I had received a slew of email messages from her. When we met at the outside patio at the Logali House, a popular haunt for journalists, I had to tell her I had already been assigned to work with another photographer. She was characteristically blunt in letting me know that she was disappointed, but then immediately began sharing beers, contacts and safety tips with me. Optimistic, generous, hard-working and relentless are all qualities I would come to associate with Camille. I would add fearless to that list as well.

// Animated Gifs 03 - Matthew DiVito // MOTION // GRAPHIC // DESIGN // Animated Gifs 03 Featured on Creative Review: "The reanimated gif" Featured on The Creators Project: "Mr. Div And His Fantastical Geometric GIFs" 25 Websites that will make you look like a Genius 1. Khan Academy Have you ever wanted to pick up a subject you’re not well-versed in, but you didn’t have the money to invest in a college course? Khan Academy aims to provide education at the collegiate level for anyone who wants it. They provide resources for learning pretty much every subject out there, including math, science, history and more.

Genetic Engineering Companies This is a short list of some of the commonly known private companies that are developing genetically engineered crops. It is not an exhaustive list of all companies, but it should help you get familiar with some of them. Also, genetic engineering in agriculture is not exclusively done by private companies – many public organizations and nonprofits are also developing the technology. The Big Six What Language Do I Use? - General Programming Like operating systems, software office suites, and computers themselves, there exist a large variety of computer languages. And the reason for such variety is the same as the reason for variety anywhere else -- because there is not a single solution that solves all problems. Some languages are better at raw speed.

We Know How You Feel Three years ago, archivists at A.T. & T. stumbled upon a rare fragment of computer history: a short film that Jim Henson produced for Ma Bell, in 1963. Henson had been hired to make the film for a conference that the company was convening to showcase its strengths in machine-to-machine communication. Told to devise a faux robot that believed it functioned better than a person, he came up with a cocky, boxy, jittery, bleeping Muppet on wheels. “This is computer H14,” it proclaims as the film begins.

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Call: artvideoKOELN – audio-visual experience 01 Call for entriesDeadline: 2 March 2015 artvideoKOELN – audio-visual experience 01 16 May Cologne artvideoKOELN organising the past 10 years the 10 festival editions of Cologne International Videoart Festival – becomes now an event structure of itsown. For the first event to take place on 16 May 2015, artvideoKOELN international would like to invite artists working with “moving images” to participate and submit their latest, best and most exciting creations. —————————————————- Regulations —————————————————-

Bullet Journal Instructions – Bullet Journal Now what? Congratulations, you’ve made it all the way through! Start by getting a notebook and trying out the system for a least two months. Also, check out the Bulletjournalist Blog and the Library. Online premiere: "Ways Of Something" and the female nude — Hopes&Fears — flow "Art" : Why "Ways of Something"? LORNA MILLS: “Something” is a good word, and it leads to the question: “but what?” Until all four episodes are completed, and we finally see what we have here, the project feels propositional, and I’m comfortable with that.

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