Archive for November, 2011

My Ninja, Please! 11.7.11 : Dogboarding

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Posted: November 7th, 2011
at 6:22pm by mnp


Categories: myninjaplease,10th dan

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Craig Redman: Pop Portraits

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Posted: November 7th, 2011
at 5:58pm by mnp


Categories: contemporary

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‘Ecological and carbon footprints are in widespread use, but the present study suggests that they may fail to promote or even reduce sustainable behaviour for some people,’ Brook wrote. ‘Understanding how to modify footprint feedback to more effectively motivate sustainable behaviour is urgently needed.’ #earth

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Posted: November 7th, 2011
at 5:40pm by mnp


Categories: the column

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Running and Sketching?

Live-streaming? Boring. Live-Tweeting? Laaaame. Live-sketching is where it’s at, kids! Christoph Niemann, who draws a fantastic column for The New York Times Magazine, just finished live-sketching the New York City Marathon as he ran it—meaning that he’s both a more talented artist than you and in better shape. #doublyimpressive

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Posted: November 7th, 2011
at 12:16pm by Black Ock


Categories: art,health

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Lamp Post

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Posted: November 6th, 2011
at 9:25pm by mnp


Categories: photo

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Im not saying caffeine screw up my life but it had some effect. I think the new energy drinks are good thing. Why? Because they raise awareness off people that caffeine isn’t something that kids should drink. Im not saying caffeine is bad thing or that it should be banned, but giving it age limit is something that should be done. #coffee

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Posted: November 6th, 2011
at 9:10pm by mnp


Categories: the column

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Only 4 percent of college graduates major in English. Just 2 percent major in history. In fact, the proportion of undergraduate degrees awarded annually in the liberal arts and sciences has been declining for a hundred years, apart from a brief rise between 1955 and 1970, which was a period of rapidly increasing enrollments and national economic growth. #college

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Posted: November 6th, 2011
at 8:59pm by mnp


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I’m talking about the increasing number of employment ads that make it clear that all applicants must currently have a job. If you are unemployed, don’t even bother applying. People might have many different reactions to this, based on whether it is unfair to the applicant. #dumb

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Posted: November 6th, 2011
at 8:26pm by mnp


Categories: the column

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None of these things will hurt anyone (unless your parachute breaks) and yet they do a far better job of bringing a sense of achievement and completeness. #orphanage build

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Posted: November 6th, 2011
at 8:17pm by mnp


Categories: the column

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