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Caen, France  (by Edgard.V)

allthingseurope:

Caen, France  (by Edgard.V)

1945-04-15 CBS Edward Murrow

—On Buchenwald

demons:

Edward R. Murrorw’s Reports From Buchenwald - 15 April 1945

Permit me to tell you what you would have seen, and heard, had you been with me on Thursday. It will not be pleasant listneing. If you are at lunch, or if you have no appetite to hear what Germans have done, now is a good time to switch off the radio, for I propose to tell you of Buchenwald.

Read the entire transcript here

(Source: otr.com, via maneatingbadger)

earth-song:

A few months ago David Chambon has been working on a series of amazing photographs of insects covered in dew drops. If the “creativity” of the phenomenon is due to the nature only, Chambon takes credit for putting in focus, with exemplary photographic expertise, these little natural wonders.

Check out some images below and visit his portfolio for more.

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ilovecharts:

What Your Beer Says About You
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ilovecharts:

What Your Beer Says About You

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(Source: bite.ca)

fastcompany:

Millennials Don’t Care About Owning Cars, And Car Makers Can’t Figure Out Why
"What auto manufacturers, along with much of corporate America are missing here is that the vehicles to freedom and personal identity have changed for this generation. The sooner brands get a grip on this reality the sooner they can make adjustments in how they market to and communicate with this core group, which is essential to their long-term success."
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fastcompany:

Millennials Don’t Care About Owning Cars, And Car Makers Can’t Figure Out Why

"What auto manufacturers, along with much of corporate America are missing here is that the vehicles to freedom and personal identity have changed for this generation. The sooner brands get a grip on this reality the sooner they can make adjustments in how they market to and communicate with this core group, which is essential to their long-term success."

More> Co.Exist

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awkwardsituationist:

crypsis is the ability of an organism to blend in with its environment, as seen here in (click pic) grasshoppers, mantids, geckos (three in the fifth photo), toads (three in the ninth photo), snakes and katydids, all of which have evolved to mimic or become inconspicuous amongst leaves. photos by (click pic) john cancalosi, christian zeigler, mattias klum and thomas marent.

"…from so simple a beginning endless forms most beautiful and most wonderful have been, and are being, evolved." - charles darwin

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