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“Crowded Fields” – The Brilliant and Absurd Time-Lapse Photography of Pelle Cass

I like these photos by Pelle Cass, in which he composes several of the same shots on top of each-other. The contrast between the crowded fields (the name of this series) and the empty stands make this great. Booooooom: The … Continue reading

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The tip of an iceberg

Look closely … 😢 By Jorge Gamboa (via Artists.Without.Borders)

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No Hand’s Land – A map of the iPhone X for your fingers

By Sebastiaan de With, as featured in How to Design for iPhone X (without an iPhone X). Made me smile … “Mt Notch” 🙂

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Freelance Achievement Stickers

Funny because it’s true 😂 More stickers on the page. Freelance Achievement Stickers →

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A sheep herder from Eastern Turkey, anno 2017 (via @netlash)

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Using a 1-star Review to Your Advantage

Not all bad reviews are bad: Snowbird is a resort in Utah known for its difficult slopes. After some bro named Greg from L.A. gave them a 1-star review because the mountain was mean to him, they created a print … Continue reading

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Palestine Archipelago if it were in the ocean

The map above shows what Palestine’s West Bank would look like if all non-Palestinian land suddenly turned into water. (via Brilliant Maps)

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Polluted Water Popsicles

What if one were to create water popsicles from sewage water? Art students Hung I-chen, Guo Yi-hui, and Cheng Yu-ti from the National Taiwan University of the Arts did just so: The group collected polluted water from 100 locations in … Continue reading

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JavaScript: From Callbacks to Promises to Async/Await in 7 seconds

A picture gif is worth a thousand words: ☝️ In case you do want a write-up, check out 6 Reasons Why JavaScript’s Async/Await Blows Promises Away (Tutorial) → (via)

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Combatting frost on the Chablis vineyards

To combat periods of frost during the nighttime on vineyards, cultivators make use of smudge pots to prevent the plants from being damaged by the frost. Alternatively they also sprinkle water on all plants so that they only have to … Continue reading

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