Just because i love this image of a Bolivian catcher found in the (otherwise not very spectacular) “Catch […]
By Richard Kalvar.
Verena Kuni has posted her first story on wmmna, it’s about the birthday of radio. But i first […]
This little girl who looks strangely like me wishes you a merry xmas. Found in Suzanne G.’s awesome […]
Last week in London a student of Design Interactions asked me if i had heard of interesting new […]
Translation of the accompanying text in 20minutos: Kids at the swimming classe in Jisou, China. (bigger caption).
It’s an image from last week but i only found it today. A high school student dressed as […]
Subtopia points to Rafael Estefania‘s photo journal of San Pedro prison, home to about 1,500 inmates in La […]
As you might have noticed i’m in Austria for the ars electronica festival. And it’s quite hot here. […]
When my boyfriend offered me a plush toy for Christmas i was appalled: did i really know that […]
The Queen takes the salute from Chelsea Pensioners at the Founders Day Parade, Royal Chelsea Hospital. Via The […]
Policemen inflate lifebelt before the arrival of the Chanchu typhoon in the Chinese province of Zhejiang. Via 20 […]
Surrounded by stories of spimes and RFID tags sprinkled from the sky at the Mediamatic workshop, i’m not […]
Images from the International German Beard Championship in Hesel. Previously: Bearded Germans triumph in Berlin. Get the lowdown […]
An Akihabara maid and her admirers, by Alex Flannery. Via Metropolis.
People for Ethical Treatment of Animals campaigns against furs wearers, Karl Lagerfeld likes to dress ladies in mink […]
Each time i have to speak at a conference i silently pray to see people close their laptop […]
Yesterday i felt the urge to balance eTech‘s overwhelming geekiness with some good girly vacuity. Thanks Jason who […]
An Australian researcher has developed a new test for mushrooms that produces a glowing light if they contain […]
This is for the mysterious three readers (three? i might be optimistic) i might have in groovy Piemonte. […]
On Tuesday Muslims are celebrating Eid al-Adha, the Islamic day of sacrifice. Every Muslim who is rich enough […]
Scientists have proved that teaspoons appear to have minds of their own. Their study monitored the movements of […]
Council chiefs in Wrexham have come up with a surprising idea to quell drink-fuelled violence in their town […]
Peter Feigenbaum crafts model trains passing through neglected neigbourhoods, complete with graffiti on the walls. Using photographs he […]
Shoppers in Paisley (Scotland) have been banned from entering some retail outlets wearing hoods and baseball caps. Police […]
Two Chinese policemen patrolling in Pekín, where temperatures have dropped well below zero. Via 20 minutos (if the […]
For the last decade, police in Tokyo -and now in Osaka- have been using forensic techniques to nab […]
Vote Chris Christmas Rodriguez. Via the apt.
Inflated by Macy’s employees for their Thanksgiving Day Parade. A propos tu l´as toujours mon nounours rue Sésame?
Starke community is staff housing for Florida’s state run prison facilities. 134 homes, 87 mobile homes and 52 […]
Every year since 1986, near Millsboro (Delaware), the Punkin Chunkin has been held. This month, 100 teams vied […]
A list of every monster, mutant, villain, and toady ever seen on Power Rangers. Via Crazy Japan! Related: […]
Mozart, Brahms and Bach have been enlisted to discourage youths from hanging around shops at seaside towns in […]
A guided tour by the National Geographic. Sandhogs guide a 16-ton front-end loader into the same tunnel where […]
The subterranean complex that was built in the 1950s to house prime minister Harold Macmillan’s cabinet and 4,000 […]
Gripping flickr set. By snailbooty. Via Happy Palace.
The tobacco industry will introduce in Japan a system aimed at preventing minors from smoking with the help […]
After Chernobyl reactor No 4 exploded on 26 April 1986, the surrounding 30 kilometres were declared too contaminated […]