Hyekyung Kim

16 Added | 3 Magazines | 2 Likes | 2 Following | @hyekyungkim52 | Keep up with Hyekyung Kim 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 “Hyekyung Kim”

The World’s Best Pâtisseries

Are you salivating yet? Wait for it….<p><b>1. Sweet Lady Jane</b> <i><br>8360 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California, USA</i><p>This upscale bakery makes some of the best lemon meringue tarts, flourless chocolate cake, and cheesebread in the U.S. The decorated cakes are both visual and culinary masterpieces. Grab a seat …

Panasonic May Launch a Fixed Lens Compact Camera with a Four-Thirds Sensor

According to a post in 4/3 Rumors, Panasonic’s set to announce a new Four-Thirds fixed lens compact camera sometime around late August or early …

No Rest For The Wicked

Freediving with sharks in Roatan, Honduras – in pictures

Freediving with sharks off Honduras's Roatan island is a thrilling, if nerve-racking, experience. Professional freedivers Eusebio and Christina Saenz de Santamaria shot these photographs as they explored the Cara a Cara site, famous for Caribbean reef sharks. Eusebio runs a freediving school in …

ZOOX Level 4 Mobility Company Features Bi-Directionality Driving System

Eventually autonomous technology is going to replace our conventional car. Driverless car might be said a new technology to us, but you can read in …

Driverless Cars

The Internet Visualized As An Unexpected Work Of Art

If you drew a portrait of Google, it might look something like these crazy images that take you inside the complex network of links and websites that make up a website.<p>The Internet is a series of tubes. A series of stunningly beautiful ones at that, as a new art project called Data Portraits shows …

Maps

8 Spa-Like Bathrooms Designed to Instantly Soothe

Let these airy oases across the globe spur some ideas for creating your own refuge.

File:Paul Gauguin 111.jpg

Artist<p>Paul Gauguin (1848–1903)<p>Alternative names<p>Henri Eugène Paul Gauguin<p>Description<p>French painter and writer<p>Date of birth/death<p>7 June 1848<p>8 May …

행복한 눈물

<b>행복한 눈물</b>© Estate of Lichtenstein - SACK, Seoul, 2010출처: 로이 리히텐슈타인 재단 이미지갤러리<p>앤디 워홀과 함께 미국의 팝아트를 대표하는 로이 리히텐슈타인(Roy Lichtenstein, 1923-1997)은 우리나라에서는 워홀에 …

별이 빛나는 밤

<b>별이 빛나는 밤</b>© The Bridgeman Art Library - GNC media, Seoul출처: The Bridgeman Art Library 이미지갤러리<p>빈센트 반 고흐의 대표작 중 하나로 꼽히는 <별이 빛나는 밤>은 그가 고갱과 다툰 뒤 자신의 귀를 자른 …

Weather Gone Wild

Rains that are almost biblical, heat waves that don’t end, tornadoes that strike in savage swarms—there’s been a change in the weather lately. What's going on?<p><b>The weekend forecast</b> for Nashville, Tennessee, called for two to four inches of rain. But by the afternoon of Saturday, May 1, 2010, parts …

Iconic Ganges River Dolphin: Freshwater Species of the Week

Conservation India reports that an endangered Ganges river dolphin (or Gangetic dolphin, <i>Platanista gangetica gangetica)</i>, was killed by villagers in Assam this week. A fishmonger was seen selling the marine mammal’s meat at a roadside market in Lezai-Kalakhowa.<p>The Ganges river dolphin is the …

5 Sky Events This Week: Red Planet, Bull’s Eye, and Jovian Giant

<b>Heading into the final days of September and first week of autumn sky-watchers will find the moon dancing with celestial luminaries like planets and stars.</b><p><b>Mercury and Spica.</b> Within a half hour after sunset on Tuesday, September 24, look toward the very low southwest horizon for planet Mercury …

Global Warming to Spawn More Severe U.S. Thunderstorms: Study

Climate change could help create atmospheric conditions ripe for storms.<p>Continued global warming could help create atmospheric conditions that are fertile breeding grounds for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the United States, a new study suggests.<p>The findings, detailed in this week's issue …

Fish Fossil Has Oldest Known Face, May Influence Evolution

The 419-million-year-old fossil has the same jawbones as vertebrates.<p><b>Scientists have found the oldest face—and it's a fish. (Not a fishface, though.)</b><p>The 419-million-year-old fish fossil could help explain when and how vertebrates, including humans, acquired our faces—suggesting a far more primitive …

Surprising Photo: Toad Eats Bat

Wildlife & Wild Places<p><b>It may look like the Lady Gaga of amphibians, but this enterprising cane toad is actually in the midst of eating a bat.</b><p>Yufani Olaya, a ranger at Peru’s Cerros de Amotape National Park, sent the picture to Peru-based biologist Phil Torres, who published it on his blog.<p>The toad …