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A collection of works painted by contemporary artist Joshua Miels. 2015 http://metrogallery.com.au
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The Library of Congress Launches a New Online Poetry Archive. Listen to 75 Years of Classic Poetry Readings. 
Image by Fred Palumbo, made available by the Library of Congress. Put THIS in your pocket. The Library of Congress is celebrating National Poetry Month by launching its new Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature.
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Heaven help me if I ever give one of my kids a "popular" name.
Why do people give their kids certain names at certain points in history? It's not always clear -- but at least we can amuse ourselves with data about it. Abacaba created this strangely captivating bubble chart that contracts and swells with the popularity of U.S. girls names for every year since 1880.
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How far back in time do you have to go such that the number of your ancestors is equal to the human population?
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Its spring time and time to put in that pond you've been dreaming about. I put together this page several years ago and updated it so now its prettier.  I've also added an uploader so you can upload your timber pond photos too.  Checkout the user photos at the bottom of the post.
Happy ponding!
#ponding  #ponds
Here are my instructions for building an above ground, "portable", rectangular fish pond from landscaping timers, re-bar, and pond liner. The pond measures, roughly, 2'x4'x8' and will hold about 40...
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http://www.miscelanea.info/ http://www.miscelanea.info/e910/gravitant ; Discipline: Painting With this work, the artist wants to show that we live in one world, but we live in it in very different ways, playing with everyday objects and spaces, placed in impossible ways to express that many times, the inner dimension of each one of us does not match the mental structures of those around us. The architectural space, day-to-day objects, are part o...
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Finally, part 2 (or part 3, depending) of my Adventure Series is here.  This is a nonsense poem for kids, young adults, and people that like that sort of thing.  Definitely not for everyone.
#nonsensepoetry    #notquitepoetry   #poetry   #poetrymonth
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Hear Ursula K. Le Guin’s Pioneering Sci-Fi Novel, The Left Hand of Darkness, as a BBC Radio Play
Whether they consider it one of her most or least important works, fans of science-fiction writer Ursula K. Le Guin usually have a great deal to say about her best-known novel, 1969's The Left Hand of Darkness.
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“From December 11th to the 14th, 1972, astronauts Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt set foot on the lunar surface, becoming the last two human beings to do so as part of the Apollo program.”

It’s been nearly 43 years since humans have set foot on the Moon, and yet we’ve never forgotten what it looks like. Yet nothing that anyone can describe — either about what it was like or what we’ve done while we were there — can take the place of what our final, highest-at-the-time resolution views can tell us. Go experience the whole thing for yourself.
It’s been 43 years since humans walked on the Moon. Here’s our final view.
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