The Me Bird: Animation by 18bis
Jason Jose,

The Me Bird: Animation by 18bis
A free interpretation of a poem by Pablo Neruda using a strata stencil technique.The inspiration in the strata stencil technique helps conceptualize the repetition of layers as the past of our movements and actio…

Amazing animation

Asparagus Prevents Hangovers, Incredibly Useful Study Finds
By Colin Lecher,

Plan your pre-New Year’s shopping accordingly.

It’s the hol­i­days, so maybe you’ve been drink­ing too much. And maybe you’ve been deal­ing with a few too many hang­overs. But no more. Just stuff some aspara­gus in your pock­et and enjoy your Ne…

Corporate Profits Hit Record High While Worker Wages Hit Record Low
Pat Garofalo,

A constant conservative charge against President Obama is that he is inherently anti-business. However, businesses keep defying the storyline by making larger and larger profits, rebounding nicely out of the Great Recession.In the third quarter of…

The Person You’re Most Likely To Kill With Your Gun Is You
Jason Sattler,

In 1979, there were nearly two automobile fatalities for each gun death. According to a study by Bloomberg, by 2015 firearm fatalities will surpass motor vehicle accidents as a cause of death.The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School has…

Renewable Energy Industry Has Lost Sight of Origins

Janet Bridgers / Board Member, New Mexico Solar Energy Association,

In little more than a half century — a nanosecond in the history of humankind — modern renewable energy technologies have come from idea phase to widespread implementation.Renewables are out there, big and small, simple and complex. They range fro…

Bronson Pelletier Arrested: 'Twilight' Actor Arrested For Drunken Peeing At Airport

The Huffington Post News Editors,

When you gotta go, you gotta go?Actor Bronson Pelletier was reportedly arrested at LAX Airport on Monday for public intoxication after allegedly urinating in public after being removed from a plane, reports TMZ. The website reports that airport…

The Works of Francesco Lo Castro

The multicolor paintings of Florida-based artist Francesco Lo Castro recently caught our attention. Using oils, acrylics, spray paint, silkscreen as well as layered epoxy resin and gold leaf, hes created a technicolor word of geometrics.