1. the williamsburg bridge

  2. Tim Eriksen will be at Barbés in Brooklyn on tuesday night. so will I.

  3. Shenzhen, by Sze Tsung Leong

  4. laterrevueduciel:

    El Ateuf, M’Zab Valley, Algeria

  5. The Lancet has just a launched a special collection on how epilepsy is a global health problem particularly in lower-income countries.

    According to several of the articles, one of the key problems that drives the medical neglect of people with epilepsy is a lack of accurate information about the condition for health professionals and the public.

    How ironic then that The Lancet have put the five key scientific review articles from the series behind a paywall – costing $31.50 each. That’s 157.50 dollars for all five.

    According to the figures cited in special collection, in a low income country $157.50 dollars would pay for a year’s epilepsy treatment for up to 31 people (using the cheapest anti-epileptic drug phenobarbital).

    > Vaughan Bell, Mind Hacks


  6. "I’d like every man who doesn’t call himself a feminist to explain to the women in his life why he doesn’t believe in equality for women."
    — Louise Brealey

    (Source: cumberbitchy, via empartridge)

  7. climateadaptation:

    “Both the US National Academy of Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science use the word “consensus” when describing the state of climate science.

    And yet a social consensus on climate change does not exist.

    Climate Science as a Culture War” - a fantastic survey of the American-centric cultural distinctions surrounding climate change. Via Standford Social Innovation Review

  8. van duzer days, staten island

  9. your baby loved the show (showbabies #2)
    rye rye, DJ Jel, sleigh bells 

    the bass was at just intolerable levels 

  10. at the last nonreligious independent bookstore in queens

  11. from the nypd’s night out against crime, tuesday, in electchester, queens

  12. your baby loved the show (ted leo/mission to burma/wild flag)

  13. private schools don’t offer much over public schools but debt and misery

    though probably they don’t have this