Friends from College Premiere Set for July 14

Friends from College premiere set for July 14 Netflix has set the Friends from College premiere date for Friday, July 14! You can watch the announcement video below. A group of friends from Harvard played by Keegan-Michael Key (Ethan), Cobie Smulders (Lisa), Annie Parisse (Sam), Nat Faxon (Nick), Fred Savage (Max) and Jae Suh Park (Marianne) are facing down their forties. With interwoven and oftentimes complicated relationships with one another, Friends from College is a comedic exploration o...
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Visit a New Digital Archive of 2.2 Million Images from the First Hundred Years of Photography

Interested in photography? You’re in the right place. Over the years, we’ve compiled free classes on digital photography, hundreds of photography lectures, courses on photography appreciation, and documentaries on famous greats like Alfred Stieglitz, Diane Arbus, Edward Weston, and Henri Cartier-Bresson. You can learn the history of photography in “five animated minutes,” see the venerable art of tintype recreated, and visit archives from the Soviet Union, the collection of George Eastman, and...
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Meet Yasuke, Japan’s First Black Samurai Warrior

“His name was Yasuke. His height was 6 shaku 2 sun” — roughly six feet, two inches — “he was black, and his skin was like charcoal.” Those words come from the 16th-century samurai Matsudaira Ietada, and they describe one of his colleagues. Though we don’t know much detail about his life itself, we do know that there once lived a black samurai called Yasuke, a version of the name he had in Africa, probably the then Portuguese Mozambique. Brought to Japan in 1579 by an Italian Jesuit named Aless...
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TONYMOLY I'm Real Sheet Masks Review: Part 3

Tea tree and cactus and rose, oh my! Hey babes, here's part three of my review of TONYMOLY's 18 I'm Real Sheet masks. If you missed them, be sure to check out parts 1 and 2. These masks are among the most popular products to come out of the Korean beauty craze, and they are also fairly cheap (especially if you buy them in bulk on Amazon - you're welcome) and readily available. Plus, the packaging is super cute. The only issue - there are 18 mask types available and most of the text on the packa...
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GoDaddy Wants to Help College Grads Find That First Job

GoDaddy powers the world’s largest cloud platform for small, independent ventures—and now, the flood of college and university graduates about to enter the workforce. In a smart extension of the brand’s core business, GoDaddy is to help new graduates fine-tune their digital presence to boost their personal brands and increase their job prospects by using its GoCentral platform to build a great resume website. GoDaddy’s GoCentral tool helps in the daunting matter of finding and securing a d...
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4 Shows You Need to Be Watching This Summer

4 shows for 4 months (Not that you'll need that long, though — right?) Photo by user wackystuff Hold up: It's officially summertime!Now, unless you're a poor schmuck stuck taking summer A classes like me (*camera pans over my crying emoji face as I re-download the Canvas app on my phone*), I imagine you're probably living it up at your parent's house this summer, taking advantage of the free laundry and easy livin'.In my very humble and couch potato-approved opinion, I think that the best way ...
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A Big List of Free Art Lessons on YouTube

It may seem like a dubious honor to belong to a select group that includes some of my favorite creative people: art school dropouts. But while a failed endeavor can be painful, many a dropout learns that the experience is valuable not only because failures can fuel future success, but also because the skills, techniques, and ways of thinking one picks up in the first, “boot camp,” year of art school are widely applicable to every creative endeavor. My favorite art school class was simply...
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The Library of Congress Makes 25 Million Records From Its Catalog Free to Download

Image by Carol Highsmith, via Wikimedia Commons A quick fyi: According to Fortune, The Library of Congress announced that it “will make 25 million records from its catalog available for the public to download.” They add: Prior to this, the records—which include books and serials, music and manuscripts, and maps and visual materials spanning from 1968 to 2014—have only been accessible through a paid subscription. These files will be available for free download on [the Library of Congress site] ...
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Celebrity Street Style of the Week: Vanessa Hudgens, Emily Ratajkowski, & Elle Fanning

Get Vanessa Hudgens's bright off-the shoulder dress, Emily Ratajkowski's denim on denim, and Elle Fanning's flirty springtime look, all for less. Every week, I scour the web to find inspiring outfits on your favorite celebs and help you recreate their looks! This week, I was inspired by Vanessa Hudgens, Emily Ratajkowski, and Elle Fanning. Read on to see how you can get their looks for yourself. Look 1: Vanessa Hudgens's Bright Off-The-Shoulder Dress Vanessa Hudgens was spotted out and about ...
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No to highlighters, yes to flash cards: new book explores science of learning

A new book offers insights into the science of how we learn.
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New leader of Washington’s community college system plans to push for more money

The new executive director of the state community college system wants more money to expand a new program that gives students a specific road map to a career.
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Apple targets community college students with new a Swift coding course

 Apple’s found a fair bit of success with Swift Playgrounds since launching it last year at WWDC. According to the company, the educational program has enlisted some one million users into its ranks. And while the dead simple offering is primarily aimed at youngsters, there’s apparently been a fair bit of interest across demographics. Today’s announcement extends… Read More
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No agreement yet: Washington Legislature headed toward second special session

Washington lawmakers are still wrestling with the state Supreme Court’s K-12 school-funding order known as the McCleary decision, as well as a new state budget.
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Hear 4+ Hours of Jazz Noir: A Soundtrack for Strolling Under Street Lights on Foggy Nights

Image from The Big Combo, via Wikimedia Commons Nowadays few crowds seem less likely to harbor criminal intent than the ones gathered to listen to jazz, but seventy, eighty years ago, American culture certainly didn’t see it that way. Back then, jazz accompanied the life of urban outsiders: those who dabbled in forbidden substances and forbidden activities, those influenced by the alien morality of Europe or even farther-away lands, those belonging to feared and mistreated social groups. That...
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New FOBA session added!

As I announced back in November, I’m teaching a workshop at the Focus on Book Arts conference this June. I’m still pinching myself. Three is a Magic Number – A pleasant journey through Keith Smith’s 3-signature bindings Well, imagine my surprise when I found out that my workshop had filled up two days after registration opened! More pinching. And then I was contacted about teaching another session of the workshop! Yet more pinching. So now I’m all black and blue from the pinching. But it’s a...
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7 Drugstore Hair Products That Are Worth Every Penny

Bonus: They're each less than $10! Photo Credit: Unsplash Haircare can be an expensive business. You've got to buy shampoos, conditioners, styling products, heat protectants, etc. Then there are specialty products (which are normally quite expensive) catered towards for specific hair concerns, like oil, frizz, or color protection. This level of upkeep makes me and my wallet cry.Expensive haircare products don't always fit into our college budgets, but the good news is that there are less expen...
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Fabulous Find of the Week: H&M Girlfriend Jeans

These perfect jeans will be your new summer staples.As the semester ends, it can be hard to transition from school clothes to summer wardrobes. Therefore, every fashionista needs jeans that can transcend season and occasion.Skinny jeans are being pushed out of the fashion spotlight and being replaced by loose, straight, and even boot cut jeans. These girlfriend jeans from H&M are straight leg but still show off one's figure. The mid denim wash goes with every outfit and is perfect for spring, su...
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YouTube is more popular than cable TV with teens watching every day

According to a new study more young people are watching videos on YouTube than they are watching cable TV as entertainment slowly shifts online. The study saw over 5,000 teenagers surveyed to see how they react with media and what’s popular in this ever changing modern climate. When asked about how they watch videos such as clips, tv shows etc. 26% of teens responded that they watched YouTube every day whilst only 23% said they watched Cable TV every day. With an average age of 16, this survey...
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Happy Preservation Week!

Hey everyone – it’s Preservation Week! This annual event, presented by the American Library Association (ALA), is going on now through April 29th. Here’s what the ALA has to say about the event: Memories and treasures should last a lifetime and be passed on to future generations. Sponsored by the ALA’s Association of Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS), Preservation Week inspires actions to preserve personal, family, and community collections in addition to library, museum, and ar...
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Sgt. Pepper’s Album Cover Gets Reworked to Remember Icons Lost in 2016

We’re just days away from the 50th anniversary of the release of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. And, as we mentioned last week, the BBC has kicked off the celebrations with a series of videos that introduce you to the 60+ figures who appeared in the cardboard collage that graced the album’s iconic cover. Bob Dylan, Edgar Allan Poe, William S. Burroughs, Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe, HG Wells, Shirley Temple–they all get a video introduction, among others. Historic as it...
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Young Entrepreneurs: How to Prepare for Small Business Ownership While You’re Still in College

Congratulations to the class of 2017! As thousands of students graduate this month with their undergraduate and graduate degrees, the internet is collectively exploding with advice listicles on topics ranging from the and how to create a . Right behind these seniors are three years’ worth of students who will be following in their graduation footsteps—in the near future, that is. Until then, startup owners like Kasper Kubica and Sarah Kauss argue that college is the best time to be an entrepr...
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How Famous Paintings Inspired Cinematic Shots in the Films of Tarantino, Gilliam, Hitchcock & More: A Big Supercut

It’s no accident that one of the best-known series of cinema-analyzing video essays bears the title Every Frame a Painting. When describing the height of film’s visual potential, we often draw metaphors from art history, but the relationship also goes in another direction: more often than we might think, the filmmakers and their collaborators looked to the canvases of the masters for inspiration in the first place. In this trilogy of short video essays, “Film Meets Art,” “Film Meets Art II,...
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Waldkita — forest kindergarten — in Germany.

There are 1,500 of them in Germany.Most have opened in the last 15 years and are usually located in the city’s parks, with a bare-bones structure serving as a sort of home base, but others... rely on public transportation to shuttle their charges daily out into the wilderness, where they spend most of the day, regardless of weather. Toys, typically disparaged at waldkitas, are replaced by the imaginative use of sticks, rocks and leaves. A 2003 Ph.D. dissertation by Peter Häfner at Heidelberg Uni...
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First Look at New Ideas and Research: May 23, 2017

The four minds of the customer...The personalities that yield innovation...Aston Martin's Second Century [Author: Carmen Nobel]
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What Community Colleges Do That Universities Don’t

They partner with businesses to ensure what students learn has value on the jo
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Get kids telling stories to speak truth to power | Brief letters

Oral skills in schools | The Trial and The Law Machine | Alan Titchmarsh’s gravitas | Loose canon | GranniesAs a storyteller and speech and language therapist I was delighted to see Tim Lott’s article (Ditch the grammar and teach storytelling instead, 20 May). However, his emphasis turns out to be on story writing, not storytelling. Oracy has been fatally sidelined by government policies, yet we know that oral skills must be in place to ensure the development of literacy. So please, by all means...
Tags: Television, Education, Religion, UK News, World news, Culture, Television & radio, Christianity, Schools, Education policy, Monarchy, Alan Titchmarsh, Prince Philip, Tim Lott, London Weekend Television, Nicola GroveHorningsham Wiltshire

John Grisham’s 15-Hour Workweek

The Deep Life of John Grisham As longtime readers know, I enjoy tracking down the deep work habits of well known and highly accomplished individuals. This is why I was happy to recently stumble across a pair of interviews (here and here) in which the novelist John Grisham describes his professional routines. Here’s what I learned… Grisham primarily writes his novels during the winter months on his farm in Oxford, Mississippi. During this period he works five days a week, starting at 7 am and...
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Educational disparity in the playground | Brief letters

Private schools | Basque refugees | Sexism | Raw meat | Older Guardian readersI saw the “privileged few” on Monday. Picture the scene: a beautiful sunny day in a village, near Northampton, all the primary school children ran the Race for Life for Cancer Research. Having only a small playground, they were allowed to run on the extensive playing fields of the private school opposite, while their children played cricket and rounders. I am afraid that my afternoon was somewhat spoilt by the contrast...
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Exhibition: America's Gardens

images: Smithsonian - click to enlarge If you, like me, have often wondered why American gardeners are so fixated on British gardens, it's probably because they just haven't bothered to delve into the fascinating story of our own gardens here in the United States. But now, the full story is... [Author: Jane Berger]
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A Luxury Industry Veteran Teaches the Importance of Aesthetics to Budding Business Leaders

Pauline Brown, a former top executive with French luxury goods conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, now teaches a course called The Business of Aesthetics, which culminates in a competition called “Aesthetic Idol.” [Author: by Carmen Nobel]
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