Christine L. Liner

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Frozen falls in Oregon! Thank you Wick

Knitted Lamps by Ariel Zuckerman and Oded Sapir For more images: http://www.contemporist.com/2013/09/11/knitted-by-ariel-zuckerman-and-oded-sapir/

Matthew Cusick creates collages of inlaid maps and acrylic on wood panel. See more of them here: http://j.mp/1gtmpv3

Work Is Broken; Let's Hack It

Just passing Labor Day in the USA makes an excellent time to consider something we all know and feel instinctively: <b>Work is fundamentally broken</b>. I used to think it was just a little chipped in the corner, so we turned it around to show another face and pretended no one would notice. No, it is not …

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6 Steps To Creating A Knockout Online Portfolio

As the Chief Designer of Behance, few people are better at identifying a great online portfolio than Matias Corea. While judging contests, looking …

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The Four Things People Can Still Do Better Than Computers

Yes, it’s down to 4. You better be good at them.<p>Humans are good at some things. Computers are good at other things.<p>As Google CEO Eric Schmidt has put it, the key for humans who want to succeed in the future will be observing this “separation of powers” and collaborating with computers while …

Santorini, Greece (j) via the-wonderblog.tumblr.com

Hamersley Gorge, Western Australia (j) Karijini National Park in WA is one of the largest and most photogenic national parks in Australia. The park is famous for its sheer gorges, waterfalls, sparkling rock pools and cool swimming holes. Karijini is about 275km south of Port Hedland and 100km east of Tom or Paraburdoo. The park is all about exploring serpentine tunnels of marbled rock, clambering over boulders, squeezing through narrow tunnels, inching your way along ledges, paddling through subterranean waterways and descending deep into chasms which have been eroded into the landscape over two billion years. Photo and caption by Ignacio Palacios/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

How to: Make an Easy Perpetual Chalkboard Calendar

Organization is not my strong suit. Of course, I <i>enjoy</i> being organized, but somehow I never quite get there. So, I thought a new calendar might help …

20 Brilliant Ways to Repurpose Lightbulbs

When it comes to repurposing, lightbulbs are a tried and true DIY go-to. Whether you’re turning one into a bud vase or covering it with twine to masquerade as a pear, these versatile pieces of glass belong anywhere but in your trash. We’ve rounded up 20 brilliant ways to breathe new life into your …

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5 DIY Chalkboard Projects for Your Home

Chalkboard paint is gaining a lot of popularity among home design and DIY enthusiasts, and for good reason. It makes note-taking and list-making …

Tilapia Tots

Fish haters everywhere! You gotta gotta gotta try this recipe. Tilapia was never this fun to eat! Who knew? These amazing little balls are filled …

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Wonders of the World

The surreal cyclops in this painting ($900) by Italian artist Federica Filippelli underscores the calm "eye" that exists at the center of even the most monstrous storms. Browse more work in our Unreal collection: http://saatol.us/129qOMM

Denmark's Lykke Steenbach Josephsen is a young artist on the rise. Check out "African Woman" ($4,200) which is part of our New This Week collection: http://saatol.us/134FgL9

When the brain forgets to take out the trash

<b>U. ROCHESTER (US) —</b> A system that removes waste from the brain could offer a powerful new tool to treat disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.<p>Scientists …

Massive solar explosions could explain an extremely hot mystery

Massive explosions in the sun's atmosphere could help to explain a curious pattern of heat distribution that has puzzled researchers for decades, reports the BBC. The explosions were discovered within a brief five minutes of imagery captured by a NASA camera that's still in development. By …

WIRED Space Photo of the Day 2013

PhysicsWhy Do You Feel Lighter at the Top of a Ferris Wheel?<p>Author: Rhett AllainRhett Allain<p>EcologyHow Plastic Straws Slip Through the Cracks of …

How walnuts and walnut oil reduce cholesterol

Emerging evidence suggests that a diet rich in walnuts may help reduce levels of "bad" low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and improve general …

Mount Zoomore Optical Illusion

This beautiful painting by Donald Rusty hides more than meets the eye! Check it out and see if you can spot all the animals hidden somewhere inside …

Dragons Tattoo Optical Illusion

Wow, seems some people take their illusions even more serious than we do! This guy loved them “Two Dragons” so much, he decided to put a tattoo of …

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An Arctic summer adventure

When the ice starts melting in Svalbard, Norway’s winter wonderland, travellers can explore a slice of the polar circle’s untouched beauty.

America the Beautiful: 50 States in 50 Photos

At 3.79 million square miles (9.83 million km2) and approximately 315 million people, the United States is the third largest country by land area and …

Photos From My Favorite Hikes Around the World

This week the #FriFotos theme is <b>HIKES</b>. I’m not what you would normally call an outdoorsy person, but in spite of that I find myself hiking a lot of …