Sunday, May 24, 2015

You Can Take this Little Wind and Solar Powered Home Anywhere

Ecocapsule, which calls itself “the first truly independent micro-home,” is a new, teeny tiny smart home powered entirely by the sun and the wind. It can serve as your beachfront cottage, stylish mountaineering tent, or modern day yurt.
You can take it just about anywhere, hitched to the back of your electric car—which, by the way, the Ecocapsule’s 9700 Watt-hour battery will happily charge for you.

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Touching organ donation advert "The man and the dog' will leave you in tears


DDB, the agency behind John Lewis's "Monty the Penguin" Christmas ad, have once again proven they are able to strike a chord when it comes to emotional advertising campaigns. Share/Save/Bookmark

Dog Enjoying A Ride

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Deal with it later

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You may not


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The feeling of Metamorphosis and Solitude.


 Exactly at that moment, at the moment of metamorphosis, just before the “fabric” of the flower becomes even more loose, Ksenija ┼ápanec freezes its transience and fragility in time.

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'Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash killed

US mathematician John Nash, who inspired the Oscar-winning film A Beautiful Mind, has died in a car crash with his wife, police have said.

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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Cann: Dalibor Matanic’s “Zvizdan” (“The High Sun”) won the jury prize in Un Certain Regard

Grimur Hakonarson’s “Rams” (“Hrutar”), a family drama set in a remote valley in Iceland, has been named the best film of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard section, a jury headed by actress Isabella Rossellini announced on Saturday.
Other awards in the section went to Dalibor Matanic’s trilogy about love amidst ethnic strife in the Balkans, “Zvizdan” (“The High Sun”), which won the jury prize.

Un Certain Regard is typically devoted to films that are more adventurous than the films in Cannes’ main competition, with an emphasis on young and first-time filmmakers.via

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Rainbows everywhere

The Republic of Ireland will be the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage through a national referendum, according to preliminary results from the election held Friday.

 Ireland's historic vote for marriage equality prompts amazing Twitter celebration.

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Don't ask... Just get in the car!

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Dude

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Nightmare

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the order of things


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Clerks - Does your title dictates your behavior?

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Successful landing

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Selfie birth

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Sometimes a change of scenery makes all the difference.

The pair of critically endangered spider tortoises that arrived at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington, D.C., last June had been living together for 14 years in a Texas zoo and had never produced a viable hatchling. Then, on May 10 of this year, their first baby tortoise broke its way out of its shell, and the second one is expected any day.

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Fast and Furious


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What We're Reading


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Image of the day


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