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When you think “hospital,” you don’t often think “Christmas,” but this open list hopes to change that. At least for the holiday season! We had our pandas scour the Internet for the best photos of hospital Christmas decorations. Who knew that latex gloves can be used as a semi-sterile Christmas tree?
As it turns out, LEGOs are only good at hurting unsuspecting feet, they’re also good at making math easier for children. Alycia Zimmerman, a 3rd-grade teacher in New York, has … Read more
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Three Ghazals Children have their own music; and the owls; the snow owl: always five blinks off the beat. Our friend pointed to the eves just off the wild life preserve: “This guy’s a menace. Barker from a bad circus.” Softly, low, emulation and the owl:—no light anywhere. Shake hands with your sister Kate, shake […]
Finally figure out when to toss your makeup.
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Even before giving birth to her daughter Eve, Canadian artist Ruth Oosterman already knew she wanted her child to be passionate about art. So as soon as Eve got old … Read more
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Last time I checked, Christmas is that fattening holiday where we can be stupidly and utterly happy. So since when did pop culture pick up Christmas as some sort of dreaded death anniversary, meriting its own survival guide for those spending it alone sans a beau? They say the holidays are colder without a partner when really, […]
For its 150th birthday, Canada got a typeface.
The post Canada’s New Typeface Unifies the Country’s Many Languages appeared first on WIRED.
Plunging into the frigid water with nothing more than a wetsuit, his camera and one deep breath, Voyer came face-to-face with the tuxedoed flightless birds.
The post Gorgeous Photo Captures a Penguin Colony on the Hunt appeared first on WIRED.
The online disruption of journalism continues apace. Today The Tab, a hyperlocal news site aimed at young people and written mainly by “grassroots” (read: unpaid) student journalists, has raised $3 million from Balderton Capital to build out its business. This is The Tab’s first fundraise and the startup — originally founded in the UK — will be using it to expand… Read More
Should you or should you not leap into the Singapore housing market today? If you were holding off on investing in one of the most expensive housing markets in Asia, Singapore property prices have hit a new low. Prices declined 4 percent last year and could decline another 4.5 percent this year. Fortunately, there has been a boom in property websites to make your search for property investments easier. These sites provide lots of tools to help you make that buying decision. With mortgages rates rising, you will want to make use of the rate comparison and affordability calculators. To make smart buying decisions, also take advantage of their free expert advice through news, guides and videos. Property Website #1: PropertyGuru PropertyGuru is a good place to start your housing search. You can peruse a thorough listing of residential and commercial properties, as well as overseas properties. If you want to check out new condo launches, they are listed too. Property investors may also compare rates for new mortgages and refinancings. Use the Affordability calculator, which takes into account all buying costs, to determine the down payment and monthly payments you can afford. This website is valued for the quality […]
The post 5 Property Websites In Singapore To Buy, Rent & Sell Houses appeared first on The New Savvy.
Stop! How many days are left before Christmas? Have you shopped for those presents? Is your pantry stuffed with all the good treats that holidays bring? Of course, you’ve got your place decked out with the right amount of glitter and décor, I bet. Still, there’s got to be a thing or two missing. Maybe your […]
The post Bookmark this DIY Felt Snowball Project for Extra Holiday Cheer appeared first on Preen.
Apparently, you can now wear architecture thanks to Kiev-based designer Konstantin Kofta’s line of Baroque-inspired backpacks and purses. Part of a series entitled ‘Arxi’, the bags incorporate various Baroque elements … Read more
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These are the locations you’re looking for! As the world prepares for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, here’s a guide to the series’ most famous settings and where you can pay homage
A must on the travel itinerary of any Star Wars fan is the desert planet of Tatooine, the setting for Luke Skywalker’s formative pre-Jedi years. Currently, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises against travelling to Tunisia, the location for many of the planet’s exterior scenes (such as Luke’s family home). However, Death Valley in the US was also used as a backdrop for the planet, and visitors who stop at the Ranch at Furnace Creek Inn (doubles from $119) can follow the same trail to Jabba The Hutt’s Palace taken by R2-D2 and C-3PO in Return Of The Jedi.
This sure is playing in to her hand perfectly…
It seems like the sky is clearing up for Rihanna all the more and we’re not only talking about her new record that we know we’d soon be spinning to our hearts’ content. Bad gal RiRi is finally unveiling the first-ever ready-to-wear collection she has designed for Puma. The Puma by Rihanna collection is set to dominate the runways of New York Fashion Week on Feb. 12 of […]
The post Yeezy, Beware: Rihanna Is Also Set to Show a RTW Collection on Fashion Week appeared first on Preen.
Kevin Owocki needed just two hours to create a micropayments tool that could replace ads—and help online publishers make money.
The post Hate Ads? Maybe You Should Give News Sites Some Bitcoins appeared first on WIRED.