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Tu seras une femme, ma fille

Kweeped from www.howtobearetronaut.com by unbowed 2839 days ago


Préface du Good Housekeeping Compendium (~1953) : "She can't even boil an egg!" This sweeping condemnation is perhaps true of few women today; but because cookery books sometimes assume that their readers are already familiar with the very simple processes [...]

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Pyrotechnicisons mon domicile

Kweeped from www.kweepmail.com by unbowed 2871 days ago


Cette année, pyrotechniciens de l'extrême : malgré le vent trop fort ils ont quand même tiré le feu d'artifice du 14 juillet. Le vent venait vers moi. Et le ciel est subitement devenu celui de Bagdad.

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Tempête sur Saturne

Kweeped from fr.news.yahoo.com by unbowed 2878 days ago


This image provided by NASA shows a Saturn image taken on Dec. 24, 2010 by the Cassini camera showing a storm, upper center, covering an area similar to that from London to Cape Town.(AP Photo/NASA)

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The Gateway to Iceland

Kweeped from www.flickr.com by unbowed 2715 days ago


Photo by Skarphedinn Thrainsson
An Ice cave in Vatnajökull ice cap, southern Iceland. Vatnajökull is the largest ice cap in Europe, around 3,100 km³ constanly changing it's formation

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The War in Hipstamatic - An FP Photo Essay

Kweeped from www.foreignpolicy.com by unbowed 2842 days ago


Left: Lance Cpl. Kevin Daly during a military operation near Doghaka village in Musa Qala district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, on Nov. 7, 2010.
Right: Ali Mohammad, a 10-year-old refugee from Kandahar province, stands in front of his makeshift house in [...]

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José Ferreira’s Trash Land

Kweeped from www.emptykingdom.com by unbowed 2849 days ago


Originally hailing from Lisboa, Portugal, Ferreira travels into the Huléne dumpsite (Maputo, Mozambique) to document the conditions in which people are forced to live in, as most First-World Nations continue to live in comfort completely unaware of how our [...]

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London - Postcards from the Future

Kweeped from www.howtobearetronaut.com by unbowed 2862 days ago


“Climate change is central to London’s future. It will affect every aspect of the city, from buildings and public spaces to the way Londoners live and work. What impact will climate change have?

A display of 14 arresting images have been on display a [...]

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New York’s forgotten island

Kweeped from www.howtobearetronaut.com by unbowed 2867 days ago


Of all the forgotten and mysterious places in the Five Boroughs of New York City, few have histories as rich and interesting as that of North Brother Island.

Situated in the Hell Gate, a particularly treacherous stretch of the East River, North Brother was [...]

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Un haboob en Australie

Kweeped from abonnes.lemonde.fr by unbowed 2311 days ago


Cette tempête de sable, au large de la ville d'Onslow, sur la côte ouest de l'Australie, a eu lieu le 9 janvier. Les météorologues parlent de haboob, "vent fort" en arabe.

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#fail La Copa America, c'est intéressant

Kweeped from yfrog.com by unbowed 2860 days ago


Allez tiens, lundi soir, un peu de légèreté.
Diego Forlan soulève la Copa america shooté avec son portable...et oublie Caceres en second plan...

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Osborne 1: the first lap-top

Kweeped from www.howtobearetronaut.com by unbowed 2867 days ago


The Osborne 1 was the first commercially successful portable microcomputer, released on April 3, 1981 by Osborne Computer Corporation. It weighed 10.7 kg and cost $1795. Its principal deficiencies were a tiny 5 inches display screen and use of floppy disk d [...]

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Pas Sidney Poitier - Percival Everett

Kweeped from www.actes-sud.fr by unbowed 2871 days ago


Venu au monde au terme d’une ahurissante grossesse de vingt-quatre mois, un enfant répondant au patronyme de Poitiers se voit affublé par une mère aussi rebelle qu’excentrique de l’impossible prénom de Pas Sidney, lequel semble n’avoir d’autre [...]

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