Found object sculptor Howard Lerner created this strange and wonderful assemblage, titled "Adam Rocket." Howard says that it's "about our celestial 'beginnings.'" Lerner's approach is to use "common remnants of our civilization to create human size constructions using a Biblical narrative." Amazing work. Howard Lerner Art
Ursula K. Le Guin’s “Always Coming Home” (1985) is a combination novel and anthropological study of the Kesh, a culture that “might be going to have lived a long, long time from now in Northern California.” Early editions of the book included a cassette of faux “field recordings,” indigenous songs, and other audio of the […]
Although the YouTube channel The Financial Diet usually offers financial advice, in this video host Chelsea Fagan talks through the Sunday routine that’s helped her become more productive despite her naturally lazy, type-B personality.
As part of his Amazing Places series, YouTuber Tom Scott explores how the Quadratestadt of Mannheim, Germany confounds modern computer mapping systems because it doesn’t name its streets.
Python is one of the most popular and versatile programming languages used by developers today, making it an ideal first choice for those looking to kickstart a career in programming. While you could go back to school or sign up for a pricey coding bootcamp, you can learn the essentials of coding with Python at […]
Going back to school isn’t necessarily an option for everyone. Between the time commitments and steep tuition rates, there are obstacles aplenty as far as furthering education is concerned. However, that’s not to say it’s impossible to learn new skills. Excel with Business lets users access thousands of hours of online learning in Microsoft, business, technology, […]
More often than not, you won’t see an accident coming, which means it pays to be proactive and ensure you have the right tools on-hand before you need them. Whether you find yourself in the middle of a power outage or having car trouble at night, you can make sure you’re still capable of navigating […]