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The First 6 Pages of Bill Gates's Favorite Book Will Change Your Life (and the Next 500 Pages Aren't Bad Either) | Inc.com

If you're pessimistic about the state of world today, Bill Gates and Harvard psychology professor Steven Pinker have a message for you: "This bleak assessment of the state of the world is wrong. And not just a little wrong--wrong wrong, flat-earth wrong, couldn't-<i>be</i>-more-wrong."<p>The quote appears on …

Bill Gates

The Beauty of Freezing Bubbles Is the Only Good Thing About These Nightmarish Temperatures

Did you for some reason think the grueling endurance march that was 2017 would end without one final ordeal? You fool. Right now the eastern and …

Filmmaking

Photographer’s Unique Layered Prints Show People Melting Into Landscapes

German photographer Michel Lamoller has created an incredible series of photo collages that depict subjects melting into their environment.<p>Titled</i> …

RT @formatfestival: Brilliant self portrait by the enigmatic #vivianmaier http://t.co/EQJcn5SNaR

Jimi Hendrix on Carnaby Street in London, June 1967. http://t.co/uqhKuut4NQ

Man in the Rain, New York City, 1952. (By Ruth Orkin) http://t.co/zjWIXZQmmi

Redefining Smartphone Photography

This June, the exhibit “The Space Between: Redefining Public and Personal in Smartphone Photography” opened at the Center for Photography in Woodstock, New York. The show—which includes the work of Laura El-Tantawy, Henry Jacobson, Chip Litherland, Florence Oliver, Kerry Payne, Mark Peterson, Sofia …

La Zona

Project info<p>The Zone. Leipzig, Germany. 2006. Brought by a friend, I enter some abandoned factories and buildings. We spend hours walking through corridors and rooms, and more rooms that open to more corridors, more and more ruined places, worn by abandon. Tarkovski's Stalker comes to mind. Some …