Stan Jaroh Maroni

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Syrian rebel forces in Aleppo suffer 'biggest defeat since 2012'

Government advance drives wedge through rebel-held areas as activists claim opposition has lost third of its territory<p>Rebel forces in Aleppo have lost control of a key district that threatens to split the remaining opposition-held area in two, according to activists.<p>The Syrian Observatory for Human …

There’s now a Google-backed smartphone that will never run out of storage

“Not enough storage.” This is my iPhone’s favorite saying. After using the phone for just under a year, I’ve already taken enough photos and videos, downloaded enough music and apps to fill up the phone. If I want to back up all my data, I have to pay Apple between $1 and $20 a month to store it in …

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 finalists - first look - Telegraph

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Photographer Recreates a 100-Year-Old Film Showing the Dutch City of Alkmaar

This video is a “then-and-now” comparison showing the Dutch city of Alkmaar in 1914 and in 2014. It was created by Dutch photographer Frits de Beer, …

Red Wing Shoes

Red Wing Heritage kindly brought us out to Red Wing, Minnesota to see the mecca of handcrafted workwear: the Red Wing Shoes factory. The bustling place is an endless expanse of leather, sewing machines, stitching and hot wax thread and has been producing workwear for over 100 years. Renowned for …

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Whither the Breadfruit?

By James McWilliams August 1, 2014<p><i>Whither the breadfruit?</i><p>Marguerite Girvin Gillin, <i>Breadfruit</i>, ca. 1884<p>There’s such a thing as the Breadfruit Institute, and there should be. Researchers consider the species a “NUS”—“neglected and underutilized species.” But Ian Cole, the Breadfruit Institute’s …