Pricila Horta

151 Flips | 6 Magazines | 523 Likes | 4 Following | 13 Followers | @PricilaHorta | Keep up with Pricila Horta on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Pricila Horta”

This anti-sex trafficking law could end internet freedom

20 One-week Vacations to Take Between Jobs

The best way to get ready for a new job? Take a vacation!<p>Getting a new full-time gig is thrilling, and the very best way to start a new position is …

23 Teeny Tiny Party Favors You Can DIY

Whether you’re picking out party favors for a summer wedding or spring party, there’s no going wrong with ones that are itty bitty in size. They’re compact, easy to carry and a great idea, especially when it comes to making a bunch for a large group. Plus, there’s just something about …

DJ Rita Ray’s African tracks: Fusing sounds across the Sahara

<b>In her regular column about African music, DJ Rita Ray looks at some of the best recent music releases from Morocco - and why some North African musicians are seeking inspiration further south.</b><p>Ahmed Soultan, a pioneer of Morocco's urban music scene, says that one of the most popular bands at the …

Part Time Jobs For Students - $200-$300 A Day

Insects like you've never seen them before (pictures)

The Latest: Officials: Paris bombmaker among Brussels dead

BRUSSELS (AP) — The Latest on the attacks in Brussels and related investigations (all times local):<p>9:05 p.m.<p>Two officials say the suspected bombmaker …

Extremism

Extreme Surfing in the Arctic Circle: Pictures

Northern Lights

Museum of Lost Objects: The Winged Bull of Nineveh

<b>One year ago a man took a pneumatic drill to the statue of a winged bull at the gates of the ancient city of Nineveh, near Mosul in modern Iraq. It's one of countless treasures destroyed by vandals, militants or military action in the region in the past 15 years. This is the first of 10 stories</b> …

Archaeology

The art that shows what goes on deep in the human brain

<b>From scary sleep paralysis, to recalling memories that never happened, a new exhibition is exploring the art inspired by human consciousness. Here, we see how artists have interpreted moments from the mind.</b><p>Do you dream sweet dreams each night - drifting gently in and out of sleep? Or is the …

British Museum

World's biggest floating solar farm powers up outside London

Five years in planning and due to be finished in early March, more than 23,000 solar panels will be floated on the Queen Elizabeth II reservoir near Heathrow and used to generate power for local water treatment plants<p>On a vast manmade lake on the outskirts of London, work is nearing completion on …

Queen Elizabeth II

This Is the Entire Universe Squeezed into One Image

An enterprising artist has taken on one of the biggest concepts known to man: the universe.<p>Pablo Carlos Budassi is drawing eyes across the Internet …

Universe

25 books we can't wait to read in 2016

The hottest titles of 2016 include buzzy debuts, stunning memoirs, and long-awaited new novels from literary heavyweights such as Louise Erdrich and …

Must-read books that are turning 10 in 2016

1. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – <i>Half of a Yellow Sun</i><p><b>Why you should read it:</b> The way Adichie explores love, war, and womanhood in this book is both …

13 Books to Read Before They're Movies in 2016

<i>Regan McMahon, Common Sense Media</i><p>From sweet children's classics to edge-of-your seat dystopian thrillers to swoon-worthy romances, movie adaptations of kids' and teen books in 2016 are likely to be big box-office draws for families. If you or your kids like to read 'em before you see 'em, here's a …

Books

40 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books That Will Rock Your World In 2016

2015 was a fantastic year for books, including a lot of titles that did things we’d never seen before. But 2016 looks like it could be just as …

Who Lives in a Pineapple Under the Sea? The First Animal on Earth

Sea sponges have planetary seniority. Respect your elders.<p>Sea sponges may not look like much, but if seniority on our planet means anything, they deserve your unwavering respect. According to new research published today in the <i>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences</i>, these ancient marine …

NASA’s gigantic ‘Super Guppy’ cargo plane ships spacecraft destined for Mars

A manned mission to Mars is a little closer after a big move from NASA on Monday. A Super Guppy cargo jet was used to transfer the Orion spacecraft …

Wearable Sweat Sensor Paves the Way for Real-Time Analysis of Body Chemistry

Materials scientists have created a small, wearable sensor that can read the molecular composition of sweat and send its results in real time to a …

Troy High School Takes First Place at Regional Science Bowl

Sporting T-shirts depicting a DNA double helix spiraling into a bowl, a team of students from Troy High School in Fullerton, California, won the …

These Baristas Are Refusing to Make Coffee with Low Fat Milk and Customers Are Pissed

A New Zealand cafe has been criticised after announcing that it will only serve coffee with whole milk. Co-owner Stephen Mateer explained: “We think [skim milk] builds an inferior match with the product that we roast.”<p>Ordering coffee is an enjoyable experience: the smell of roasting beans, the …

Coffee

Here's the design that won Elon Musk's Hyperloop Pod design contest

The MIT Hyperloop team won first place for the best overall design and will have the opportunity to build and test their Hyperloop pod design on a one-mile test track at SpaceX headquarters later this year.<p>The Hyperloop is a futuristic transport system that carries passengers in capsules at speeds …

Looted 'priceless' ancient treasures from Pompeii found in Swiss storage lock-up

Hundreds of priceless antiquities including fragments of fresco from Pompeii as well as terracotta pots, decorated vases, busts and bas-reliefs were …

Body Drawings Capture the Worst of "The Mondays" | Monday Insta Illustrator

The worst parts of you will relate to Benedikt Notter's eerie illustrations.<p>Jealousy, laziness, yearning—the feelings we struggle against every day are rendered with eerie accuracy in Swiss illustrator Benedikt Notter's Instagram feed. The worst emotions you can have on this hamster wheel we call …

The Unearthly Beauty of the Red Rectangle

Straight lines do not often crop up in space. Whenever they do, they seem somehow incongruous and draw our attention. The Red Rectangle is one such …

Google's self-driving cars rack up 3 million simulated miles every day

Google uses its giant data centers to simulate 3 million miles of autonomous driving per day, the company has revealed in its monthly autonomous driving status report. That's a really long way — like driving more than 500 round trips between NYC and LA — but it actually makes a lot of sense. …

Forget the Joker — It looks like 'Suicide Squad' will be all about his sidekick Harley Quinn

Sure, the trailer for the supervillain movie showed a lot of new scenes featuring Jared Leto's Joker; however, after watching the trailer a few times, I'm willing to bet those are all scenes of him in flashbacks.<p>It looks like the Clown Prince of Crime is being used to help bring Harley front and …

Harley Quinn

New genes born by accident lead to evolutionary innovation

Novel genes are continuously emerging during evolution, but what drives this process? A new study, published in <i>PLOS Genetics</i>, has found that the …