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April 14, 2014
nevver:

Hip Hop, Ricky Adam

nevver:

Hip Hop, Ricky Adam

Eyes in the Aisles: Why is Cap’n Crunch Looking Down at My Child? | Food and Brand Lab →

In a study of 65 cereals in 10 different grocery stores, Cornell researchers found that cereals marketed to kids are placed half as high on supermarket shelves as adult cereals—the average height for children’s cereal boxes is 23 inches verses 48 inches for adult cereal. A second key finding from the same study is that the average angle of the gaze of cereal spokes-characters on cereal boxes marketed to kids is downward at a 9.6 degree angle whereas spokes-characters on adult cereal look almost straight ahead.

April 10, 2014
Illumination-Aware Age Progression →

A single photo of a child (far left) is age progressed (left in each pair) and compared to photos of the same person at the corresponding age (right in each pair). The age progressed face is composited into the ground truth photo to match the hairstyle and background.

April 8, 2014

Saudade bicolor.

historicaltimes:

Rwandans flee Kigali during the genocide - April 6, 1994

historicaltimes:

Rwandans flee Kigali during the genocide - April 6, 1994

March 28, 2014
Silicon Valley Needs to Lose the Arrogance or Risk Destruction | Wired Opinion | Wired.com →
March 27, 2014
parada:

Sebastião Salgado.

parada:

Sebastião Salgado.

February 28, 2014

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stunningpicture:

My friend tries to photobomb panorama, instead panorama makes him a god

stunningpicture:

My friend tries to photobomb panorama, instead panorama makes him a god

February 19, 2014
The Crazy Mythology That Explains ‘True Detective’ →

True Detective, on the surface, seems to be a noir story. But a deeper dive into the references that keep popping up in the show suggest it’s from another place entirely: it’s a horror story dressed up in noir clothing. All these details come from a mythology that writers have been contributing to for more than 120 years: an interlocking set of stories, poems, and even a play about a fictional city called Carcosa, that can never quite be seen directly.

Échale una mirada também no ótimo texto do Renmero - claramente influenciado, como todos nós, pelo calor da putaria generalizada daquele já clássico quarto episódio. https://medium.com/p/4d574cd8d611

February 14, 2014

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