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More than any book, I think what opened my eyes was music.

— Gabriel García Márquez (via lincolncenter)

pbsnature:

Had it with this winter weather… Had it, I tell you! Watch a clip from ‘Snow Monkeys’ on Nature on PBS, airing Wednesday April 23: http://to.pbs.org/1qUg2rL

pbsnature:

Had it with this winter weather… Had it, I tell you! Watch a clip from ‘Snow Monkeys’ on Nature on PBS, airing Wednesday April 23: http://to.pbs.org/1qUg2rL

theatlantic:

Two Charts That Put China’s Pollution in Perspective

Everyone “knows” that China is badly polluted. I’ve written over the years, and still believe, that environmental sustainability in all forms is China’s biggest emergency, in every sense: for its people, for its government, for its effect on the world. And yes, I understand that the same is true for modern industrialized life in general. But China is an extreme case, and an extremely important one because of its scale.
Read more. [Image: NASA via Atlantic]

theatlantic:

Two Charts That Put China’s Pollution in Perspective

Everyone “knows” that China is badly polluted. I’ve written over the years, and still believe, that environmental sustainability in all forms is China’s biggest emergency, in every sense: for its people, for its government, for its effect on the world. And yes, I understand that the same is true for modern industrialized life in general. But China is an extreme case, and an extremely important one because of its scale.

Read more. [Image: NASA via Atlantic]

I think if Dickens was alive today, he’d have been working for the BBC, until HBO offered him much more money.

Roddy Doyle discusses television and his short story in this week’s issue of the magazine: http://nyr.kr/1mUhHxZ (via newyorker)

(Source: newyorker.com, via emergentfutures)

vocativ:

A special-ed student who recorded bullies has been accused of felony wiretapping —> http://www.vocativ.com/culture/society/special-ed-student-recorded-bullies-accused-felony-wiretapping/
After being regularly shoved and tripped, and nearly burned with a cigarette lighter, a tormented special-needs student in Pennsylvania decided to take matters into his own hands. He secretly recorded the abuse on his school-issued iPad, and his mother eventually submitted the evidence to the school’s principal. But instead of punishing the teenage tyrants caught on tape, administrators decided to call the police, who threatened the 15-year-old boy with felony wiretapping, but later reduced the charge to disorderly conduct. He was found guilty on March 19.
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vocativ:

A special-ed student who recorded bullies has been accused of felony wiretapping —> http://www.vocativ.com/culture/society/special-ed-student-recorded-bullies-accused-felony-wiretapping/

After being regularly shoved and tripped, and nearly burned with a cigarette lighter, a tormented special-needs student in Pennsylvania decided to take matters into his own hands. He secretly recorded the abuse on his school-issued iPad, and his mother eventually submitted the evidence to the school’s principal. But instead of punishing the teenage tyrants caught on tape, administrators decided to call the police, who threatened the 15-year-old boy with felony wiretapping, but later reduced the charge to disorderly conduct. He was found guilty on March 19.

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(via defendingequality)