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Color of Time, Colorful Hanging Numbers That Mark Passage of Time With Changing Colors of the Day

A post shared by emmanuelle moureaux (@emmanuellemoureaux) on Dec 27, 2017 at 6:58pm PST Emmanuelle Moureaux, a French architect and designer who lives and works in Tokyo has created “Color of Time“, a beautiful installation that features hanging numbers that use the changing color of the day to mark the …

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Photo Of The Day By Douglas Croft

Photo By Douglas Croft Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Last Light” by Douglas Croft. Location: Yosemite National Park, California. “As sunset approached, we stopped at Olmstead Point looking west toward Yosemite Valley,” explains Croft. “The sun dipped below the clouds and above the horizon and created an amazing light …

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A Bright Yellow Parakeet Gives His Little Human Lots of Chatty Kisses Goodnight

When it was time for bed, a beautiful bright yellow Lutino Indian Ringneck parakeet named Dunkin gave his little human lots of kisses good night while saying really sweet things to the little girl. Dunkin also shares his chatty kisses with fellow ringneck and roommate Rukus. via reddit A Tiny …

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Rob Scallon Records Acoustic and Metal Songs on 100 Year Old Wax Cylinder Recording Equipment

The very talented Rob Scallon who is know for being rather adventurous with his music, had the phenomenal opportunity to record in a studio using 100 year old Edison Cylinder Phonograph. He and friend Jeff Linville started off the session with the beautiful acoustic fingerstyle “Short Song” that Scallon wrote …

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Unsuspecting Police Officers Are Almost Tricked Into Issuing a Parking Ticket to a Car Made Out of Snow

Simon Laprise, an artist and fabricator in Montréal, Quebec, with a wicked sense of humor, sculpted an amazing realistic, but inconveniently parked, car out of snow. The car looked so real that even the local police were fooled and came very close to issuing a ticket, but upon realizing their …

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Burger King Explains Net Neutrality With Whoppers

. As with their thoughtful social experiment on bullying, an apparently woke Burger King brand addressed the confusing issue of Net Neutrality with Whoppers. In a frustrating but useful experiment, (actors posing as) employees served orders to (real) customers on a priority basis depending on how much the customer paid …

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Artist Rob Sheridan Shares How He Played a Role in Spreading the Infamous Dancing Baby Meme

In 1998, a 16 year old Rob Sheridan, a talented artist, photographer, former creative director for Nine Inch Nails and friend of Laughing Squid, sat down for an interview with local television station K5 in Seattle to talk about the website he made that was dedicated to the infamous “Dancing …

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Backlight And Silhouettes Assignment Winner Milko Marchetti

Photo By Milko Marchetti Congratulations to Milko Marchetti for winning the recent Backlight And Silhouettes Assignment with the image, “Great reed warbler.” “This photo was taken in the area of the Po Delta Park,” says Marchetti. “I am from Ferrara (Italy) and live near the area, which I visit almost …

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Photo Of The Day By Rick Moore

Photo By Rick Moore Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Mother Nature’s Art” by Rick Moore. Location: Great Falls, Montana. Rick Moore describes the image, “When the first snow falls and leaves have not quite fallen yet, Mother Nature makes her own art. I just happened to be there to …

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People From Around the World Share How They Say ‘Cheers’ in Their Respective Native Languages

In a spirited episode of the Condé Nast Traveler series Many People from Many Countries Say Things, 70 different people from all over the world shared how they say “Cheers” in their native languages. While the words varied from country to country, the ritual of declaring a general toast aloud …