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Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.

Dispatchwork, Lego street art around the world by Jan Vormann.
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Very awesome - free online education - by hook or by crook! 
beatonna:

medievalpoc:

thescienceofreality:

Academic Earth and Open Culture offer dozens of courses, text books, ebooks, and ways to educate yourself right at your fingertips!
[Edited: Make sure to read the full terms and agreements, and like most online course sites, do not expect this to act as a replacement for a real-life class unless any specific course you sign up for states it offers transferrable credits. Make sure you know most online-courses will not be recognized as a replacement for any part of any curriculum by credited educational institutions.]
Through Academic Earth, you can take courses in all of the fields below:
Business
Computer Science
Mathematics
Engineering
Science
Humanities
Social Sciences
Art & Design
Test Preparation
Academic Earth offers a variety of Universities, which you can click through below to see which University offers for specific online courses. 
Berklee College of Music
Caltech
Cambridge
Carnegie Mellon
Case Western Reserve
Columbia
Cornell
Dalarna University
Dartmouth College
Examkrackers
George Washington University
Gresham College
Harvard
IIT Delhi
IIT Kanpur
IIT Kharagpur
IIT Madras
Lund University
Michigan
Mises Institute
MIT
New School
Notre Dame
NYU
Oxford
Princeton
Rice
Stanford
The City University of New York
UC Berkeley
UC Irvine
UCLA
University of California San Francisco
University of Chicago
University of Houston
University of London
University of New South Wales
University of North Carolina
University of Western Sydney
Wesleyan University
Yale
Open Culture offers dozens of FREE  [500] online courses, [450] audio books, [500] movies, [40] language lessons, [325] ebooks, and [150] text books for your personal mind expansion!
Online courses from Open Culture include the listed topics below:
Archaeology
Architecture
Art & Art History
Classics & Classical World
Economics
Film
Geography
History
Journalism
Languages
Law
Linguistics
Literature
Music
Philosophy
Political Science, International Relations, and Law
Religion
Sociology
Urban Studies
Aeronautics
Anthropology
Astronomy
Biology/Medicine
Chemistry
Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence
Engineering [Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical]
Environment & Natural Resources
Mathematics
Physics
Psychology & Cognitive Sciences
Public Health
Business

Enjoy the over-abundance of free educational resources, and never stop exploring and expanding! And if anyone knows of any other great self-education resources, let me know!



Wow! This is actually really great, and most of these classes seem to have sets of videotaped lectures for the classes!


now that is something
Very awesome - free online education - by hook or by crook! 
beatonna:

medievalpoc:

thescienceofreality:

Academic Earth and Open Culture offer dozens of courses, text books, ebooks, and ways to educate yourself right at your fingertips!
[Edited: Make sure to read the full terms and agreements, and like most online course sites, do not expect this to act as a replacement for a real-life class unless any specific course you sign up for states it offers transferrable credits. Make sure you know most online-courses will not be recognized as a replacement for any part of any curriculum by credited educational institutions.]
Through Academic Earth, you can take courses in all of the fields below:
Business
Computer Science
Mathematics
Engineering
Science
Humanities
Social Sciences
Art & Design
Test Preparation
Academic Earth offers a variety of Universities, which you can click through below to see which University offers for specific online courses. 
Berklee College of Music
Caltech
Cambridge
Carnegie Mellon
Case Western Reserve
Columbia
Cornell
Dalarna University
Dartmouth College
Examkrackers
George Washington University
Gresham College
Harvard
IIT Delhi
IIT Kanpur
IIT Kharagpur
IIT Madras
Lund University
Michigan
Mises Institute
MIT
New School
Notre Dame
NYU
Oxford
Princeton
Rice
Stanford
The City University of New York
UC Berkeley
UC Irvine
UCLA
University of California San Francisco
University of Chicago
University of Houston
University of London
University of New South Wales
University of North Carolina
University of Western Sydney
Wesleyan University
Yale
Open Culture offers dozens of FREE  [500] online courses, [450] audio books, [500] movies, [40] language lessons, [325] ebooks, and [150] text books for your personal mind expansion!
Online courses from Open Culture include the listed topics below:
Archaeology
Architecture
Art & Art History
Classics & Classical World
Economics
Film
Geography
History
Journalism
Languages
Law
Linguistics
Literature
Music
Philosophy
Political Science, International Relations, and Law
Religion
Sociology
Urban Studies
Aeronautics
Anthropology
Astronomy
Biology/Medicine
Chemistry
Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence
Engineering [Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical]
Environment & Natural Resources
Mathematics
Physics
Psychology & Cognitive Sciences
Public Health
Business

Enjoy the over-abundance of free educational resources, and never stop exploring and expanding! And if anyone knows of any other great self-education resources, let me know!



Wow! This is actually really great, and most of these classes seem to have sets of videotaped lectures for the classes!


now that is something
Very awesome - free online education - by hook or by crook! 
beatonna:

medievalpoc:

thescienceofreality:

Academic Earth and Open Culture offer dozens of courses, text books, ebooks, and ways to educate yourself right at your fingertips!
[Edited: Make sure to read the full terms and agreements, and like most online course sites, do not expect this to act as a replacement for a real-life class unless any specific course you sign up for states it offers transferrable credits. Make sure you know most online-courses will not be recognized as a replacement for any part of any curriculum by credited educational institutions.]
Through Academic Earth, you can take courses in all of the fields below:
Business
Computer Science
Mathematics
Engineering
Science
Humanities
Social Sciences
Art & Design
Test Preparation
Academic Earth offers a variety of Universities, which you can click through below to see which University offers for specific online courses. 
Berklee College of Music
Caltech
Cambridge
Carnegie Mellon
Case Western Reserve
Columbia
Cornell
Dalarna University
Dartmouth College
Examkrackers
George Washington University
Gresham College
Harvard
IIT Delhi
IIT Kanpur
IIT Kharagpur
IIT Madras
Lund University
Michigan
Mises Institute
MIT
New School
Notre Dame
NYU
Oxford
Princeton
Rice
Stanford
The City University of New York
UC Berkeley
UC Irvine
UCLA
University of California San Francisco
University of Chicago
University of Houston
University of London
University of New South Wales
University of North Carolina
University of Western Sydney
Wesleyan University
Yale
Open Culture offers dozens of FREE  [500] online courses, [450] audio books, [500] movies, [40] language lessons, [325] ebooks, and [150] text books for your personal mind expansion!
Online courses from Open Culture include the listed topics below:
Archaeology
Architecture
Art & Art History
Classics & Classical World
Economics
Film
Geography
History
Journalism
Languages
Law
Linguistics
Literature
Music
Philosophy
Political Science, International Relations, and Law
Religion
Sociology
Urban Studies
Aeronautics
Anthropology
Astronomy
Biology/Medicine
Chemistry
Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence
Engineering [Mechanical, Civil, and Electrical]
Environment & Natural Resources
Mathematics
Physics
Psychology & Cognitive Sciences
Public Health
Business

Enjoy the over-abundance of free educational resources, and never stop exploring and expanding! And if anyone knows of any other great self-education resources, let me know!



Wow! This is actually really great, and most of these classes seem to have sets of videotaped lectures for the classes!


now that is something
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beatonna:

Got home for the holidays today
beatonna:

Got home for the holidays today
beatonna:

Got home for the holidays today
beatonna:

Got home for the holidays today
beatonna:

Got home for the holidays today
beatonna:

Got home for the holidays today
Katie McGowan: Flavors.me
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explore-blog:

More than two centuries after Goethe’s pioneering work on the psychology of color and emotion, a very ugly but informative infographic on how various brands are using the emotion of color in their logos. 
Pair with the visual evolution of famous logos.
Lou Reed, Velvet Underground Leader and Rock Pioneer, Dead at 71 | Music News | Rolling Stone
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theatlantic:

Which of Congress’s 100 Richest Members Are Refusing to be Paid During the Shutdown?

Since the government shutdown began, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have tried to show solidarity with the hundreds of thousands of furloughed government workers — or at least just tried to avoid looking callous — by forgoing their salaries. According to The Washington Post, at least 121 members of congress have either declined to be paid or promised to donate their earnings to charity. 
But here’s the odd thing: some of the capitols richest denizens, the ones you’d think would be first to say “no thanks” to a paycheck to avoid any political embarrassment, still haven’t jumped on the bandwagon. At least, they haven’t publicly. Of the 100 wealthiest members of Congress, all of whom claim estimated fortunes above $4.6 million, only 40 show up on the Post’s list. There appear to be a large number of House and Senate members with seven, eight, and nine-figure fortunes who are still somewhat inexplicably choosing to collect their salary. And since I’m sure you’re wondering, yes they too seem to be split between Democrats and Republicans. No party, it seems, has a monopoly on obliviousness. 
Read more. [Image: Reuters]


Hall of shame.
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Oy vey…
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rookiemag:

Cynthia Robinson: Dance All Night

We premiere a rare track and talk about overcoming doubt with the legendary trumpeter of Sly and the Family Stone.
Printing out the Internet: Proposal