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Endorsement: At Least We Have This Man Surfing on a Car After a Motorcycle Accident — In a world stricken by war, and pain, and injustice, and not understanding the injustice, and the hopelessness of the hot, hot last pangs of summer, it appears that now, more than ever, we are tumbling aimlessly, ceaselessly, AC-lessly into the void. Now, there is more. There is now this.
Aug 21, 2014

Surf's up, dude. RT @Esquiremag Man avoids accident by surfing a car, proves humanity will live on:

The Esquire 2014 Alternative Emmys — Originally published in the August 2014 issue Tina Belcher on Bob's Burgers. Tina Belcher is a sexually frustrated animated teen-age girl. She writes erotic friend fiction. After developing a crush on her dentist, she gifts him with a subscription to Highlights because "he loves that magazine." She is played by a 33-year-old man.

Solar Thermal Plants Have a PR Problem, And That PR Problem Is Dead Birds Catching on Fire — Environmentalists and animal rights activists are in rare opposition, because birds are being cooked alive when they fly through the concentrated rays of the world's largest solar thermal power plant, Ivanpah Solar Power Facility in California. Solar thermal plants are excellent means of creating renewable energy and jobs.
Aug 21, 2014

In California, a solar-thermal power plant is so strong it's frying birds alive when they fly over it:…

The Bike That Can't Be Stolen — Today in ingenious humans around the world, three engineering students at Chile's University of Adolfo Ibáñez have designed a bicycle that cannot be stolen. More than novel for mere wow's sake - this is no two-way toothpaste tube or scooter stroller - Project Yerka solves a very common problem.
Aug 21, 2014

RT @mattdelong: College kids in Chile invent a self-locking bike that can't be stolen without breaking the frame…

Aug 20, 2014

Bring that shit to Chicago and we'll see. RT @Esquiremag College kids have invented a bike that can't be stolen:

The Vanishing American Newsroom — "The Philadelphia Inquirer is my hometown paper," says photographer Will Steacy. "It is the paper my father worked for and the newsroom I grew up running around in." Like many newspapers, the Inquirer has been struggling to stay afloat in the digital age.
Aug 21, 2014

Journalists, pic editors, snappers etc... time for a weep: The Vanishing American Newsroom… via @EsquireMag

Aug 21, 2014

RT @JoeWSJ: The Vanishing American Newsroom. @Esquiremag essay charting one newsroom's battle to survive.…

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