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The best way to hold a hamburger (it’s science)

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    The best way to hold a hamburger (it’s science)

    August 28, 2014 at 22:57
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    Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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    Kapil Bhagat

    We saw some of these illustrations on the mashable tumblr but there is so much more on Kapil Bhagat's tumblr that we had to prepare a feature post.

    Check out this tumblr!

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This fellow right here is a stray dog who lives outside my house. He came to say Hello and I thought I should make a portrait of him. I call him Caesar.Photo By: Siddharth Setia
by Siddharth Setia  (siddharth-setia-photography.tumblr.com)

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    This fellow right here is a stray dog who lives outside my house. He came to say Hello and I thought I should make a portrait of him. I call him Caesar.
    Photo By: Siddharth Setia

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New Bonsoir Paris Cover Shot for Printed Pages Magazine
The Autumn issue
Photo by Ben Sandler
 

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    New Bonsoir Paris Cover Shot for Printed Pages Magazine

    The Autumn issue

    Photo by Ben Sandler

     

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Coney Island, NY, USA 2014
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Coney Island, New York, United States, North America, 2014
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Photo of the week!
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World Street Photography

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    Coney Island, NY, USA 2014

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    Coney Island, New York, United States, North America, 2014

    Photo of the week!

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    World Street Photography

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    Canadian visual artist and tattooer Kit King does a great line in finely detailed and beautifully rendered black and white drawings. The imagery she creates is rooted in darkness, with symbols of death like skulls reappearing frequently, and the level of realism she achieves is stunning.

    artist find at Septagon Studios

                                                :-)

    August 26, 2014 at 20:50
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    Tove Lo | Habits http://www.last.fm/music/Tove+Lo/_/Habits

    Tove Lo | Habits http://www.last.fm/music/Tove+Lo/_/Habits

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    BBC News - How Norway has avoided the 'curse of oil' →

    (…) Yet there are few displays of ostentatious spending - there are no supercars with tinted windows, no designer handbag shops, and no queues of people outside exclusive nightclubs.

    For while other countries have struck oil and then binged on the revenues, by contrast Norway is continuing to invest its oil and gas money in a giant sovereign wealth fund.

    The fund, worth about $800bn (£483bn), owns 1% of the entire world’s stocks, and is big enough to make every citizen a millionaire in the country’s currency, the kroner. In effect, it is a giant savings account. (…)

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    How Norway has avoided the 'curse of oil' →

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    Sarah Treanor:

    For while other countries have struck oil and then binged on the revenues, by contrast Norway is continuing to invest its oil and gas money in a giant sovereign wealth fund.

    The fund, worth about $800bn (£483bn), owns 1% of the entire world’s stocks, and is big enough to make every citizen a millionaire in the country’s currency, the kroner. In effect, it is a giant savings account.

    1% of all the stocks in the world. Crazy (smart).

    We’ll see how this plays out in the long run, but it strikes me as smart for any “boom” town to diversify as much as possible when they can — before they can’t, and they’re screwed.

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