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August 2011
ianbrooks: Pictogram Histories by h-57 These easy to follow graphs breaks down the lives of many key characters in history including Julius Cesar, Bruce Lee, Jesus Christ, and Darth Vader into cleverly flowing pictograms. Which is pretty much the only way I learn things these days. (via: mymodernmet)
What Can Social Media Tell Us About American Society? [INFOGRAPHIC]
Do you think some feature films may be crowdsourced someday? I got to thinking it may be possible after checking out a contest that crowdsourced the best commercials made by independent filmmakers. MOFILM runs a series of competitions connected to festivals around the world, from Cannes to Rio. Nascent filmmakers choose one of the sponsors...
npr: Earlier today, Egyptian army and security forces raided Cairo’s Tahrir Square, forcibly removing protesters that had encamped there. Photographer Nora Shalaby captured these images of one man trying to escape near the American University in Cairo. He was unsuccessful. According to Shalaby, the beating he received was “brutal.” – @acarvin
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