Arkadiusz Kowalski

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Hyper Dimensional Photographs in the Streets of So Paulo

Imagine walking down a busy, metropolitan street and suddenly looking up to see a huge, hyper dimensional photograph of a person staring down at you. Street artist Raquel Brust has been introducing this kind of experience in So Paulo, Brazil since 2008 with <i>Projeto Giganto</i>, which she describes as “a …

Black & White Photography

50 Stunning Reflection Photography examples and Tips for beginners

Reflection Photography: Scenaries are the first things that come to your mind when you think of reflection. Nature is probably one of the best …

Nature

Humor: CollegeHumor Takes on the Anti-Photoshop Movement in Hilarious Fashion

The anti-Photoshop movement is serious business. Videos that demonstrate what the liquify tool and an overzealous retoucher can do deliver an …

25 Books That Changed The Course Of History

But what about the lives of an entire generation? Can a book change the future?<p>Miriam Tuliao, assistant director of central collection development at the New York Public Library, helped us come up with a list of 25 books that changed the course of history.<p>From the Torah to Orwell's "1984," these 25 …

Literature

5 Copywriting Errors That Can Ruin A Company’s Website

Error #1: Writing Inwardly<p>Having worked in-house for many years, I’ve fell victim to the inward-focus syndrome on many occasions. It’s easy to do. …

"Blues fans have high self-esteem, are creative, outgoing, gentle and at ease. Country and western fans are hardworking and outgoing. Rock/heavy metal fans have low self-esteem." A look at how music affects our brains and our personalities: http://f-st.co/COZVvdQ

5 Free Apps To Get You In The Door, Keep Your Life On Track, And Much More

Why? Because it’s Friday. (And who doesn’t love free apps?)<p>If you’ve lost your keys, can’t wait for the World Cup, or want to keep a better digital diary, this edition of Free App Friday is for you.<p>As always, while they’re free now, we can’t guarantee how long they’ll last–so don’t wait too</b> …

Apps

17 Productive Ways To Spend 5 Minutes Instead Of Checking Your Email (Again)

Sure, cleaning out your inbox can feel productive, but you’re really not accomplishing anything.<p>The ubiquity of smart phones means we never lack for a way to spend time. Stuck waiting for the elevator for 30 seconds? Next thing you know you’ve got your phone out of your pocket, and you’re deleting …

Record numbers of new businesses registering with Companies House

Over 300,000 new businesses registered with Companies House between April and October 2013, 15 per cent more than the same period in the previous …

UK growing at fastest rate in developed world, says OECD

The UK economy grew faster than any of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD's) 34 nations in the third quarter, think tank says<p>Britain is now the fastest growing economy in the developed world, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) data …

'A perverse, uncompetitive system in dire need of reform’

Business rates are weighing down on growth and Osborne must act in the Autumn Statement<p>For most business people across the country, there will be just one thing on their minds when the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement next month – will he act in the economic interest of the nation and …

Top 10 walking tours for globetrotting foodies

The best – and tastiest – way to fast-track your understanding of a city's cuisine is to embark on a guided walking tour that includes sampling the local food. Tuck into the best offerings from street food stalls, meet chefs at cafes and restaurants, and local producers at markets. Best of all, …

Crew a ship and see the world for free (or almost)

In the first in a new series on free and cheap ways of travelling around the world, we look at crewing a ship as a way of earning your passage<p>You can't sail a ship without a crew, and these days finding a crew takes a little more time than simply walking into a coastal pub, slamming your pint of …

It's a Wonderful Life 2 coming Christmas 2015

In news that’s bound to excite no one anywhere, Variety has revealed that Frank Capra’s 1946 holiday classic <b>It’s a Wonderful Life</b> is getting a …

The Nut Job Official Trailer #1 (2014) - Will Arnett Animated Movie HD

Your FICO score is out of date. Here’s why

Today, our hyper-connected society has resulted in a world where we create our own permanent records beyond high school and college, a life …

Why are children always certain they know best?

I have watched four children grow now and I am still left with a mystery – what is the nature of childhood? What makes children different? I have written before about the elusive quality of innocence: how it, although we cannot define it, is the quintessence of the child's nature. But there are …

Why Before Midnight is the one film you should watch this week

Five cheap and quirky gadgets that could help cut your energy bills

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Boy killed himself after years of bullying, inquest hears

An inquest has heard that a teenager researched suicide online before taking his own life after years of bullying.<p>Ayden Keenan-Olson, 14, was found dead in his bed by his father, Tim Olson, at the family home in Colchester, Essex, at 7.20am on 14 March. He had taken an overdose of prescription …

If you haven't heard of Coin, you should. It's a new card that can replace most of the plastic that's found in a wallet, including credit cards, gift cards, loyalty cards, and membership cards. Users toggle between cards by pinching a button and a small screen displays letters to denote which card is active (D for Discover, AE for American Express, etc.) as well as the last digits and expiration date of the credit card. Watch how it works: http://f-st.co/ukpa53z

How Flipboard Keeps You Glued To The Page

The new Flipboard app, released this week, looks similar to previous iterations. And for good reason.<p>Several years ago, Flipboard CEO Mike McCue was searching for the company’s soul. He and cofounder Evan Doll had been playing with the idea of a magazine app for the age of the iPad, but they hadn’t …

Men stroked in their pants to shed light on chemistry that bonds relationships

Researchers have shed light on the chemistry that bonds one person to another by taking brain scans of men being stroked while in their underpants.<p>The Finnish study found that gentle stroking – which was not in sexually arousing areas – changed levels of opioid brain chemicals which work behind the …

The 10 Greatest Books Ever, According to 125 Top Authors (Download Them for Free)

Earlier this month, we highlighted The 10 Greatest Films of All Time According to 846 Film Critics. Featuring films by Hitchcock, Kubrick, Welles and …

How to Find Your Best Images With Lightroom 5’s Compare View

For decades photographers have faced the question of how to determine which of their images are the best. I’ve been through it all, from squinting at …

Animated history of the English language

If you've got 10 minutes, you can learn the history of English — including some interesting background on where specific words and phrases came from. …

On the Red Couch with Travel Journalist and Author Porter Fox

Inside Flipboard / November 14, 2013<p>Porter Fox was a travel journalist for many years before he decided to shake it up. Tired of the demand to …

S#x Acts Official US Trailer #1 (2014) - Sivan Levy Drama HD

The week in wildlife – in pictures

An elephant bull attacking a hippopotamus, butterflies fighting and deforestation are among this week's pick of images from the natural world