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This Huge Crashing Wave in a Seoul Aquarium Is Actually a Gigantic Optical Illusion

I live in Seoul, and whenever I'm back in the West, I hear the same question over and over: what's Gangnam like? Presumably Westerners wouldn't have had anything to ask me before the virality of "Gangnam Style," and specifically of the music video satirizing the image of that part of the Korean capital. In Korean, "Gangnam" literally means "south of the river," the waterway in question being the Han River, which runs through modern Seoul much as the Thames and the Seine run through Londo...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Technology, London, College, Thames, Samsung, Paris, Korea, Seoul, Seine, Facebook Twitter, Escher, Han River, COEX


This is How the Riverdale Stars Are Dressing in Their Down Time – and How You Can Get Their Looks for Less

Get Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart, and Madelaine Petsch's recent street style looks for yourself, on a budget.
Tags: Celebs, College, Inspiration, Celebrity Fashion, Riverdale, Celebrity Street Style of the Week, Madelaine Petsch, Camila Mendes Lili Reinhart, Riverdale Stars Are Dressing


Foresight is 2020. Let’s talk about the future of learning.

Today is the launch of The Future of Learning, a series by Z-17 Collective in collaboration with Big Think.Over the next several weeks, we will be releasing interviews and articles with education thought leaders, examining how the coronavirus era will forever change the way we teach and learn.How can we future-proof our schools so that they better serve our children and our communities? We are in the throes of the greatest learning moment in the history of education. COVID has forced all of us—...
Tags: Learning, Education, Children, Future, Teaching, Innovation, Coronavirus


Stream 15 Audio Drama Podcasts & Get Through COVID-19: Features Rami Malek, Catherine Keener, Tim Robbins & More

At my home now, we constantly tell stories: to distract, soothe, entertain—telling and retelling, collaboratively authoring over meals, listening to a ton of story podcasts. These activities took up a good part of the day before all hell broke loose and schools shut down. Now they guide us from morning to night as we try to imagine other worlds, better worlds, than the one we’re living in at present. We are painting on the walls of our cave, so to speak, with brave and fearful images, while out...
Tags: Google, New York, Hollywood, London, Podcasts, College, Scotland, America, Fbi, Tennessee, Ethan Hawke, Truth, Ross, Alice, Helen, Naomi Alderman


Stream 15 Audio Drama Podcasts & Let Stories Get You Through the Doldrums of COVID-19 Isolation

At my home now, we constantly tell stories: to distract, soothe, entertain—telling and retelling, collaboratively authoring over meals, listening to a ton of story podcasts. These activities took up a good part of the day before all hell broke loose and schools shut down. Now they guide us from morning to night as we try to imagine other worlds, better worlds, than the one we’re living in at present. We are painting on the walls of our cave, so to speak, with brave and fearful images, while out...
Tags: Google, New York, Hollywood, London, Podcasts, College, Scotland, America, Fbi, Tennessee, Ethan Hawke, Truth, Ross, Alice, Helen, Naomi Alderman


Iggy Pop, David Byrne, and More Come Together with Bedtime Stories (For Grownups)

View this post on Instagram A post shared by New Museum (@newmuseum) on May 14, 2020 at 10:10am PDT That level of engagement would have pleased conceptual artist Maurizio Cattelan, who launched Bedtime Stories under the digital auspices of New York City's New Museum, asking friends, fellow artists, and favorite performers to contribute brief readings to foment a feeling of togetherness in these isolated tim...
Tags: Google, Art, College, New York City, Museums, Dolly Parton, The New York Times, Margaret Atwood, Michael Stipe, Thomas Hardy, David Byrne, Jeff Koons, Tacita Dean, Takashi Murakami, Facebook Twitter, New Museum


Hyper-innovation: COVID-19 will forever change the way we teach kids

Long-held structures in the education system, like classroom confines and schedules, have held back innovation for a long time, says education leader Richard Culatta.In the coronavirus era, we have been able to shake some of those rigid structures loose, making way for creativity and, ultimately, a more open mindset. When creativity and technology combine, learning can become so much more than delivering content to a student. Culatta gives two stunning examples: one of a biotech class, and anoth...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Education, Children, Internet, Youth, Intelligence, Teaching, Creativity, Innovation, Exploration, Curiosity, Richard Culatta, Pandemic, Future Of Learning, Coronavirus



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