QUIT MUMBLING DAMMIT: Warpaint - "Billie Holiday... →
quitmumblingdammit: Just take one stroll through Sei A’s Soundcloud account, and you will quickly learn that the London-based producer can churn out the ultimate techno jams for the dance floor. This time around, however, he caught my ear for quite the opposite. The all girl, Los Angeles quarter…
QUIT MUMBLING DAMMIT: Spiritualized - "Hey Jane" →
quitmumblingdammit: Spiritualized have a knack of doing too much and doing it very well. Fans know this very better than anyone: their alternative rock staple Ladies and Gentleman, We Are Floating in Space ends with the momentous “Cop Shoot Cop,” a seventeen minute finale. Fast forward fifteen years…
The eBook isn’t about winning or losing. It’s about an ‘exploration,’ and...– Gaming developer turned children’s book illustrator Jon Skuse on the future of the picturebook as a storytelling medium. (via curiositycounts) this couldn’t capture our sentiment any better. #HaitiSundriedandIlluminated :)
Seattle to Build Nation’s First Food Forest →
#heaven ver2go: Seattle’s vision of an urban food oasis is going forward. A seven-acre plot of land in the city’s Beacon Hill neighborhood will be planted with hundreds of different kinds of edibles: walnut and chestnut trees; blueberry and raspberry bushes; fruit trees, including apples and pears; exotics like pineapple, yuzu citrus, guava, persimmons, honeyberries, and lingonberries;...
curiositycounts: Seaview, an underwater version of Google Street View, invites you to an unprecedented photographic tour of the ocean.
In coming years, we will have to ask ourselves if public policies should be...– Bob Ward of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change, in The Guardian’s, “Attacks paid for by big business are ‘driving science into a dark era” (via thegreenurbanist)
ashleydellis: Wondros created some amazing videos for TED’s new projects - for my own secret reasons, these are my favorite: The TEDActive Color Project challenges the TED community to rethink the way we use color. The TEDActive Giving Project will investigate ways that we might transform acts of charity from one-time donations to regular habits.
curiositycounts: Your Brain in Love and Lust – Scientific American explores the neurochemistry of attraction and rejection. See also Helen Fisher’s bioanthropology of love.
great piece. great musician. ashleydellis: caitlin moe is a musician.
Nostalgia is the negation of death, it proves we are still living even without...– An Elixir of Reminding (via curiositycounts)