1. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - Man on Fire


    http://ift.tt/161xmoo

  2. Bastille - Pompeii


    http://ift.tt/VNbnY1

  3. Keb’ Mo’ - Every Morning


    http://www.last.fm/music/Keb%27+Mo%27/_/Every+Morning

  4. http://feedly.com/k/1cII2GR →

    "Americans Should Be Living Longer [CHARTS]"

  5. http://zite.to/1dxgqWn_ →

    The explosion of mobile phones in Africa in two graphs

  6. The Case for Unconditional Handouts to the Poor
Olga Khazan, theatlantic.com
Moroc­co is one of the more devel­oped coun­tries in Africa, but only about half — 56 per­cent — of its pop­u­la­tion can read. Most schools there lack elec­tric­i­ty, and many don’t even have toi­lets. Most chil­dren liv­ing in the coun­try’s…

New evidence suggesting that sometimes unconditional can transfers are more effective.

    The Case for Unconditional Handouts to the Poor
    Olga Khazan, theatlantic.com

    Moroc­co is one of the more devel­oped coun­tries in Africa, but only about half — 56 per­cent — of its pop­u­la­tion can read. Most schools there lack elec­tric­i­ty, and many don’t even have toi­lets. Most chil­dren liv­ing in the coun­try’s…

    New evidence suggesting that sometimes unconditional can transfers are more effective.

  7. smithsonianmag:

Photo of the Day: A self-portrait.
Photo by: Nicole Lewis (Carlsbad, California), Carlsbad, California

    smithsonianmag:

    Photo of the Day: A self-portrait.

    Photo by: Nicole Lewis (Carlsbad, California), Carlsbad, California

  8. : Glanmore Sonnet X →

    millionsmillions:

    I dreamt we slept in a moss in Donegal

    On turf banks under blankets, with our faces

    Exposed all night in a wetting drizzle,

    Pallid as the dripping sapling birches.

    Lorenzo and Jessica in a cold climates.

    Diarmuid and Grainne waiting to be found.

    Darkly asperged and censed, we were laid out

    Like breathing effigies on a raised ground.

  9. faketv:

    Sheer awesome?

    theatlanticvideo:

    Terrifying Flying Robot Quadrotors Perform the ‘James Bond’ Theme

    Engineers at the University of Pennsylvania’s General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab, Daniel Mellinger, Alex Kushleyev and Vijay Kumar, demonstrate the agility of their autonomous quadrotors by programming them to plunk out the James Bond theme music on a room full of instruments. Humans assign the robots a location in space and a time to get there, but the robots have to figure out how to navigate from point to point without colliding in midair. Kurtis Sensenig produced this dramatic video of the performance.

  10. Just favorited “Influencia do jazz” by jazzcat on Mixcloud.com

  11. Just favorited “Vlada Stojanovic - Jazz Ladies” by Laid Back on Mixcloud.com

  12. Just favorited “Best of Quantic Mix by J.Rocc” by Tru Thoughts on Mixcloud.com

  13. Just favorited “Break n’ bossa” by jazzcat on Mixcloud.com

  14. Just favorited “Amy, Amy, Amy!” by DOC TV on Mixcloud.com

  15. Just favorited “Cornerstone Global-icious June (17th June 2011)” by docfiasco on Mixcloud.com