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Dreams VS Reality.

Sinister Mastermind.

News Anchors Fails of 2011.

Funny Photos.

Animal House


Young Frankenstein.

Tasty Burger. Classic Samuel Jackson.


Just a flesh wound.

 

Bring out your dead!

 

From Full Metal Jacket.

 

Bob & Tom at it again.

 

Cat wranglers.

This is hilarious.

 

I believe the medical term for this is headupassitis.

Texting gone bad.

 

Canine Stereo

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  • A sci-fi vision of love from a 318-year-old hologram | Monica Byrne
    Science fiction writer Monica Byrne imagines rich worlds populated with characters who defy our racial, social and gender stereotypes. In this performance, Byrne appears as a hologram named Pilar, transmitting a story of love and loss back to us from a near future when humans have colonized the universe. "It's always funny what you think the future […]
  • The dream we haven't dared to dream | Dan Pallotta
    What are your dreams? Better yet, what are your broken dreams? Dan Pallotta dreams of a time when we are as excited, curious and scientific about the development of our humanity as we are about the development of our technology. "What we fear most is that we will be denied the opportunity to fulfill our true potential," Pallotta says. "Imagine […]
  • Pirates, nurses and other rebel designers | Alice Rawsthorn
    In this ode to design renegades, Alice Rawsthorn highlights the work of unlikely heroes, from Blackbeard to Florence Nightingale. Drawing a line from these bold thinkers to some early modern visionaries like Buckminster Fuller, Rawsthorn shows how the greatest designers are often the most rebellious. […]
  • How my son's short life made a lasting difference | Sarah Gray
    After Sarah Gray's unborn son Thomas was diagnosed with anencephaly, a terminal condition, she decided to turn her family's tragedy into an extraordinary gift and donate his organs to scientific research. In this tribute to life and discovery, she shares her journey to find meaning in loss and spreads a message of hope for other grieving families. […]
  • How to read the genome and build a human being | Riccardo Sabatini
    Secrets, disease and beauty are all written in the human genome, the complete set of genetic instructions needed to build a human being. Now, as scientist and entrepreneur Riccardo Sabatini shows us, we have the power to read this complex code, predicting things like height, eye color, age and even facial structure -- all from a vial of blood. And soon, Saba […]
  • A provocative way to finance the fight against climate change | Michael Metcalfe
    Will we do whatever it takes to fight climate change? Back in 2008, following the global financial crisis, governments across the world adopted a "whatever it takes" commitment to monetary recovery, issuing $250 billion worth of international currency to stem the collapse of the economy. In this delightfully wonky talk, financial expert Michael Met […]
  • Why I put myself in danger to tell the stories of Gaza | Ameera Harouda
    When Ameera Harouda hears the sounds of bombs or shells, she heads straight towards them. "I want to be there first because these stories should be told," says Gaza's first female "fixer," a role that allows her to guide journalists into chaotic, war zone scenarios in her home country, which she still loves despite its terrible situa […]
  • Insightful human portraits made from data | R. Luke DuBois
    Artist R. Luke DuBois makes unique portraits of presidents, cities, himself and even Britney Spears using data and personality. In this talk, he shares nine projects -- from maps of the country built using information taken from millions of dating profiles to a gun that fires a blank every time a shooting is reported in New Orleans. His point: the way we use […]
  • A smart loan for people with no credit history (yet) | Shivani Siroya
    Trust: How do you earn it? Banks use credit scores to determine if you're trustworthy, but there are about 2.5 billion people around the world who don't have one to begin with -- and who can't get a loan to start a business, buy a home or otherwise improve their lives. Hear how TED Fellow Shivani Siroya is unlocking untapped purchasing power i […]
  • Hunting for dinosaurs showed me our place in the universe | Kenneth Lacovara
    What happens when you discover a dinosaur? Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara details his unearthing of Dreadnoughtus -- a 77-million-year-old sauropod that was as tall as a two-story house and as heavy as a jumbo jet -- and considers how amazingly improbable it is that a tiny mammal living in the cracks of the dinosaur world could evolve into a sentient being […]
  • Progressive Groups Ratchet Up Pressure On Google To Dump The GOP Convention May 5, 2016
    National progressive organizations are ramping up efforts to get Google to drop its sponsorship of the Republican National Convention’s video live stream, claiming it amounts to an implicit endorsement of Donald Trump’s bigoted rhetoric and views. CREDO Action, the activism arm of the progressive wireless phone company, released a video on Thursday challengi […]
  • Bernie Sanders’s Online Foot Soldiers Weigh Their Next Campaign May 5, 2016
    No sooner had Senator Ted Cruz of Texas exited the Republican primary on Tuesday night than Hillary Clinton’s partisans on social media began calling for Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont to follow suit. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not […]
  • Here Are The Rules For Navigating Gay Dating Apps Successfully May 5, 2016
    [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7_XGHJqw7M?wmode=transparent&rel=0&autohide=1&showinfo=0&enablejsapi=1] Depending on who you ask, online dating apps have made finding the perfect romantic match easier or more difficult than ever.  That's why YouTube personality Davey Wavey teamed up with singer-songwriter Steve Grand to break do […]
  • 3 Tips for Grooming Your Product Backlog Effectively May 5, 2016
    A product backlog is a prioritized inventory of features, defects, or technical work that has yet to be worked on. It should be work that is considered valuable from the product owner's perspective. It can also include ideas that have been identified and, in some cases, prioritized to include in future releases. When working on your product roadmap, you […]
  • How Russia and China Are Cooperating to Dismantle America's Dominance of the Internet May 5, 2016
    Did the Cold War even end? Moscow and Beijing, deeply resentful of American power, are again finding ideological common cause, jointly aiming at two pillars of the post-Cold War dispensation: a borderless Internet and international civil society. They are doing so on the declared basis of national sovereignty. Modern nationalism has proved much sturdier than […]
  • The World's First Self-Driving Taxi Fleet Is Prepping For A Test Drive May 5, 2016
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  • 15 Tweets That Perfectly Describe The Web Designer Life May 5, 2016
    Having completed a Bachelor degree in Computer Science, I've picked up one thing or two about coding. Web design though is an entirely different beast to tame. I am not claiming to be a web design expert. I've built a couple of websites for university projects but if you're looking for someone to talk about IDEs, browser plug-ins or scaffoldin […]
  • The Myth of Selling to the CMO May 5, 2016
    Building long-term partnerships with big brands seldom start with the CMO "If only I could get to the CMO," thinks just about every purveyor of marketing technology and services. "They'd see how unique and valuable my [insert buzzword] solution is, and all barriers to a deal would be removed." It doesn't matter what side of the […]
  • Here Comes The Next Huge Wave Of Solar Panels May 5, 2016
    The solar industry is booming. The millionth set of solar panels in the United States was installed sometime in the last two months, and industry leaders expect the number of solar-powered systems to double within two years. That's a huge deal, experts say. While solar still only makes up 1 percent of the country's energy mix, the swift rise in sol […]
  • The Key to Realizing London's Digital Potential May 5, 2016
    London needs a Chief Digital Officer. When the next Mayor appoints one, the capital will assure its continued reputation as the leading European tech hub, and the potential for technology to benefit all Londoners. Over the last two years I've had a unique opportunity to work with London's City Hall as well as the business, academic, creative and te […]