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- Jason Mraz – Back To The Earth (Live)
- 24 Hours Of Reality: 24 Reasons For Hope – Live Now!
- 24 Hours Of Reality: 24 Reasons For Hope
- Origami Robot
- Elizaveta – Hero
- Apple – Perspective
- There Was No First Human
- Frank Turner – Undeveloped Film – Cosmopolitan Quartet Session Ont’ Sofa
- PHD Comics – Open Access
- Net Neutrality – A Threat To Internet Freedom
Author Archives: Wedge7
Jason Mraz – Back To The Earth (Live). Featured on the recently finished 24 Hours of Reality, this Jason Mraz song is rather catchy. It’s got that whole four chords thing going on, but the additional vocals make up for it. … Continue reading
24 Hours of Reality is live now. If you care about a better, cleaner future, tune in and check it out, and live to hope again. Onwards!
“Every movement has its moment. This is ours. On September 16-17, Al Gore, chairman and founder of The Climate Reality Project, will share 24 reasons why he’s hopeful that we CAN solve the climate crisis. Want to watch? RSVP now, … Continue reading
“Using techniques inspired by the art of origami, a US-based team has built a robot that can fold itself into shape starting from a flat sheet.” (YouTube) This is both amusing and awesome. It’s an origami robot that can fold … Continue reading
Elizaveta – Hero. Stumbled across this track after hearing a remix of it (Pegboard Nerds, Monstercat Release), and I really like it. It’s a song that beats along, not letting up, with beautiful vocals and ethereal strings. Onwards! Website, Wiki.
I think Apple released a new product or something recently? Pretty minor news, barely anyone heard about it. They did, however, release this great advertisement for their company, using some fantastic optical illusions. Onwards!