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Vintage NASA photos full of space firsts (pictures)

First self-portrait in space<p>First US spacewalk during Gemini 4<p>First view of Earth from the moon<p>First photograph of Mars<p>First photo in space taken by a human<p>First for curvature of the Earth<p>First photo taken from space<p>First spacecraft docking in orbit<p>Color image of the Earth from space<p>Man on another …

Space Science

Dennis Dunn, known among friends as “The Button Man," showed off his collection this morning on Fifth Avenue. "I've been collecting them for over 35 years," he told @fremson, who is posting photos from the #stpatricksday parade. Dennis, whose family hails from County Cavan, in #Ireland, has watched the parade from the same spot for the past 20 years. His festive sweater comes, too. (But he only removes the buttons to wash it every few years, he said.)

10 Crazy Uses For Animal Venom

When snakes and spiders try to kill us but wind up helping<p>All it takes is a pinch on the leg from a sting or a bite, and you could be dead within minutes. Venom, whether it’s from reptiles, insects, fish, mammals or arthropods, is extremely potent, but it’s not always deadly.<p>Venom has evolved …

12 Street Artists From Brooklyn Celebrate The DIY Culture Of Berlin

A new street art exhibition in Germany, aptly titled "Persons of Interest," is celebrating the spirit of two iconic art cities: Brooklyn and Berlin.<p>Both towns are known not just for their graffiti and street art, but for their greater DIY culture, marked by an influx of resident artists, musicians …

Why You Need To Unplug Every 90 Minutes

You’re an organism. And organisms run in cycles. Here’s how to work with yours.<p>Since sprints get us to focus in and finish our tasks with crisp consciousness, we know they’re the most effective way of working. But what’s fascinating is <i>why</i> they make us work so well.<p>For Leo Widrich at Buffer, it’s in …