Kathryn Bromwich

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How the Freaky Octopus Can Help Us Understand the Human Brain

DAVID DOUBILET/National Geographic Creative<p>The octopus is weird: eerily malleable body, sucker-studded arms, skin that can transform into a …

The News Article Is Breaking Up

On smartphones, through which the vast majority of the world's population will get their news, people love succinct and scannable information. We are gravitating to formats that do not require us to click through and consume paragraphs of prose. The update stream popularized by Facebook and …

Marketing

Mail Online revenues expected to hit £45m

Mail Online is expected to report full-year revenues of £45m this year with growth in digital advertising more than offsetting the decline in print ad revenues.<p>The group's digital advertising revenues including the Daily Mail's website, which had 111 million unique users last month, was up £13m in …

A forgotten classic: Nothing but a Man

Nothing but a Man is released nationwide, including an extended run at BFI Southbank, on 27 September.<p>One of the joys of my job as programmer at BFI …

Take your seats, it’s our London Film Festival special issue – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

Posted at 8:00 am, October 1, 2013 in Arts & Entertainment<p>Hear that rumbling? It’s the sound of limos pulling up, red carpets rolling out and popcorn …

BFI London Film Festival

Get your nose in a copy of @TimeOutLondon today to discover the ins and outs of this year’s London Film Festival #LFF http://t.co/t8AgTFXRAc

What coffee vs beer does to your brains

US-based Japanese blogger Ryoko Iwata, who read an article by fellow blogger Mikael Cho about how coffee and beer affects brains, was inspired enough …

Coffee: Your Poison or Your Medicine?

Coffee. It's <i>another</i> one of those foods. (Well technically, drinks.)<p>Just like the never-ending controversy surrounding the health effects of eggs, the experts can't seem to make up their<p>minds about coffee, either.<p>A study comes out showing daily (caffeinated) coffee consumption decreases the risk of …

The 8 Indie Films You Must See This October (Which Is Shaping Up To Be One of the Best Months For Film In a Very Long Time)

Today marks the start of what could truly one of the best months for moviegoing… ever? Week after week, some of the best films off this year’s film …

Film Festivals

10 ‘Directors to Watch’ According to iTunes

10 'Directors to Watch' According to iTunes<p>Indie film fans will, no doubt, already be familiar with the majority of these directors (they’re not …

Oscar predictions 2014: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

This year's …<p>Silver Linings Playbook. Romantic comedy, Hollywood style, with a guy to root for and a gal to fall in love with. That's the theory, anyhow.<p>What's it all about?<p>A big budget adaptation/remake of a Hollywood classic: Danny Kaye meets James Thurber. Thurber's original short story is a …

Great piece by Fernando Gómez Balbontín posted by Franco

Erotic bliss shared by all at Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art

Opulent eroticism curves and billows in this bold exhibition of <i>shunga</i> prints made to entertain and arouse Japanese men and women between 1600 and 1900. Fantasy blossoms too: in a sensational picture by Hokusai, two octopuses make love to a fisherman's wife, their tentacles literally everywhere. Her …

Lifting the kimono on Japanese erotic art - in pictures

A new exhibition dedicated to shunga, the sensual art of samurai Japan, opens in London this week. From carnal clinches to filthy fantasies, Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art at the British Museum has enough to titillate all tastes. It runs from 3 October to 5 January 2014

The VICE Podcast - Is Free Content Ruining Journalism?

This week on the podcast, John R. MacArthur, the publisher of <i>Harper's</i>, talks about his October manifesto arguing against the flood of free content on the web and the dilution of reporting and writing in the media.<p>Please enable Javascript to watch this video<p>The VICE Podcast is a weekly …

This Guy's Eaten Nothing but Raw Meat for Five Years

After contracting a mysterious illness that made him puke up everything he ate, doctors suggested Derek Nance change his diet. He tried everything from veganism to a Mediterranean diet with no results, so one day he said fuck it.<p>Meet Derek Nance. Five years ago, Derek had some mystery illness that …

Hip-Hop's Current Fascination With Food

The Most Pretentious Ways To Make Coffee At Home (PHOTOS)

It used to be that a coffee maker was just a coffee maker: Multi-cup pot, filter, water, coffee grains. If you had $40 and a nearby department store, all of your caffeine-feind dreams could come true.<p>But today, things are a bit different. Bugatti makes coffee machines. There are ones that look like …

Electronic Dance Music’s Love Affair With Ecstasy: A History

The drug and the music evolved together over years, making EDM a radically different culture today than it was when it started.<p>We don’t know much about Meredith Hunter other than that he killed the American Hippie. We know that his friends called him Murdock, and that he was 18, and that there were …

This Letter Steve Albini Wrote To Nirvana Is Just Incredible

The 20th anniversary reissue of In Utero contains an awesome historical document.

Dizzee Rascal: The Fifth – review

In the decade since he won the Mercury for Boy in Da Corner, Dylan Mills has undergone an unlikely metamorphosis: from edgy grime upstart to festival-pleasing loon with an eye on the global market. Recorded in LA with Madonna and Rihanna producers, The Fifth – Dizzee's fifth album, innit – packs …

12 Movies That Are Just As Good As The Books They're Based On

There are dozens of book adaptations coming out this fall, both promising and ridiculous ("12 Years a Slave" and "Adore," respectively. How could they do that to Doris Lessing?).<p>Book lovers may be wary of heading to the theatre unless they've already at least thumbed through the original work, but …

Film 'Inequality for All' takes on the income gap

September 26, 2013 | 4:11 PM<p>Embed Code<iframe src="https://www.marketplace.org/2013/09/26/wealth-poverty/film-inequality-all-takes-income-gap/popout" frameborder="0" width="100%" height="240px"></iframe><p>Copy<br>• Close<p>Embed Code<iframe …