BY Michelle Beiter in General on Mar 18, 2014 |
If you’ve been having a bad morning, fret not my friend. Your complaints of not enough sleep and too many tasks have been heard, and the gods of the internet have provided a solution: zen mood music fueled by Wikipedia contributors in an amazing live graphic that reminds us that we are all connected (by the internet).
"Listen to the sound of Wikipedia's recent changes feed. Bells indicate additions and string plucks indicate subtractions. ... Read More
BY Andrea Stopa in General on Mar 17, 2014 |
Given the high likelihood that you are nursing a wicked hangover (or maybe still drunk?) this Monday morning, here is a dose of zen cats, to remind you to desire for nothing, and that this too, shall pass away.
Maybe they're just napping - but we like to think they are emptying their minds of all thoughts and attachments to their kitty ... Read More
The photographer Sarolta Bán’s new series of images of abandoned and sheltered animals stays true to its touchingly simple title: Help Dogs with Images. For homeless animals, visibility is often a dream; far too many go unseen and unrecognized, and through her vivid imaginings in Photoshop—brought to life by the dignified warmth and wisdom of furry faces—Bán hopes to change all that. With a support ... Read More
There’s nothing like being read to; simply put, being told a story makes ya feel loved.Shelter animals around the world deserve to feel special and cared for, and the Animal Rescue League of Berks County thought of an unusual way to nurture their underprivileged cats. As part of the shelter’s new program, kids from Grade 1 to Grade 8 visit the animals and read to them; the shelter reports that the kids’ reading improves and the animals are ... Read More
The glorious lady photographer Elena Shulimova lives on a farm, where she and her sons care for and frolic with dogs, cats, bunnies, and even ducklings. In the vein of other starkly maternal photography like that of the renowned (and controversial) Sally Mann, Shulimova lovingly and expertly captures the innocence and experimentation of childhood within the context of the natural world.
Without a hint of condescension or sentimentality, ... Read More