Who people picture as Aziraphale and Crowley: Insert various hot Hollywood and Television actors like Michael Fassbender, Tom Hiddleston, Benedict Cumberhatch (I think I spelled his name wrong, correct me if I did, I don’t watch Sherlock), Martin Freeman, Johnny Depp, etc, etc here.
A good chart to show hold long your vegetables, fruit and… other stuff would stay fresh for. Brought to you by visual.ly, a place with a TON of infographics, maybe the biggest on the web.
Good to know!!
reblogged so I can find it again
This is the illustration I made for Neil Gaiman. I was attending an event which was to promote his new (hilarious) children’s book- ‘Fortunately the milk’.
He was doing a signing afterwards so I wanted to make something to give him as a prezzie.
I was really impressed.
I was inspired to create this gif after reading "Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming" by Neil Gaiman, and seeing images of an abandoned Detroit library.
When I was a kid, I rode my bike every Saturday to the local library, which was less than a mile from my home. Where I live now, a child would have to ride her bike 10 miles to the nearest library. Even by car, it takes a dedicated parent and engaged child to make the trip. All the more reason adults, whether they have children or not, need to show enthusiasm and support for public libraries.
Neil Gaiman, author of things, explains All Hallow’s Read, a Tradition that was just waiting to happen. Full Details at www.allhallowsread.com. Nobody was actually killed during the making of this video.
And give someone a scary book at Hallowe’en.
For the puzzled…
10 Stunning Cityscapes Without Light Pollution
There are many advantages to city life, from conveniences like 24-hour delis and reliable public transportation to all of the culture that’s right at our fingertips. But there’s one thing that’s sadly missing from our lives — starry skies. In Thierry Cohen’s thought-provoking series Darkened Cities, we get to see what various cityscapes worldwide would look like minus all of the light pollution.
The Paris-based photographer’s work is very precise; the skies that he superimposes into his photos are taken from locations that are situated on the same latitude as the original cities, and shot at the same angle. The resulting images are beautiful. Click through to see what some of the world’s brightest cities look like when the lights are off and the stars come out to play.
- Hong Kong, China
- Los Angeles, California
- Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
- São Paulo, Brazil
- San Francisco, California
- Tokyo, Japan
- Paris, France
- Manhattan, New York
- Ground Zero, New York
- San Francisco, California
A very important PSA.
It’s about sex education, and reproduction, and it is very sharp indeed.
NOT A JOKE: Photos from Personhood for Women
Also, check out National Advocates for Pregnant Women, org that stands up for the rights of women (often the ones with the least means) who have no way of debunks bad science and challenges religious lunatics in courts.
There is no “debate” about choice. Either women are people or we’re not.
*Doesn’t affect just women but people with uteruses, ok? Still very important