Data visualizing company The Visual Agency has recently released a complete digitization of Leonardo da Vinci’s 12-volume, 1,119-page Codex Atlanticus. For the first time, the interactive application you
White FDNY lieutenant sues department over racial discrimination after being barred from Vulcan Society mem...
A white firefighter has sued the FDNY after claiming he was barred from participating in a color guard ceremony honoring deceased members of the Vulcan Society -- a fraternal organization of black firefighters.
Talking to strangers. Saying yes to parties. Going on ‘mate dates’… All of this would once have been anathema to lifelong introvert Jessica Pan. But then she decided to say goodbye to being shy, to hell
Want to grow your own vegetables but not quite sure where to start? A new viral hack reveals how leftover food items can be used to grow new produce — and it's incredibly clever. The short Instagram video
One day in 1855, while pondering his evening commute on a New York ferry, Walt Whitman took out his notebook and jotted down thoughts for a poem, about time, space and his mystical ties to the future.
The seven poems you will find here below, as well as seven others that will follow in a second post, were curated by us over the past several months, and represent only a small segment of poets with disabilities