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Axel Hirsoux - Mother (Belgium)

A very pretty song from Belgium, with Axel Hirsoux taking his song, Mother to Copenhagen.  Whilst it is clear Hirsoux can do this song justice when singing live on stage with his striking voice, a lot will depend on the staging for this song.
A factor not to be discounted is that Eurovision will be taking place on Mothers’ Day weekend for a whole range of countries, something that may sway some votes.
I think this is strong enough to make it to the final, but I’m not entirely sure how it will do on the night.

#london #easter (at One New Change)

#london #easter (at One New Change)

Come on people, wake up! If Jesus can do it so can you.

parislemon:

fastcodesign:

Feast Your Eyes On These Infinitely Looping Flipbooks
Every kid loves a flipbook. It’s magic, at first sight, the way flipbooks bring sketches to life one frame at a time. But, horribly, flipbooks might also represent one of the first of many disappointments in a kid’s life: Pages run out, the animation stops dead.
Now, artist Juan Fontanive has discovered the equivalent of flipbook immortality, or maybe the fountain of flipbook youth.
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Amazing.

parislemon:

fastcodesign:

Feast Your Eyes On These Infinitely Looping Flipbooks

Every kid loves a flipbook. It’s magic, at first sight, the way flipbooks bring sketches to life one frame at a time. But, horribly, flipbooks might also represent one of the first of many disappointments in a kid’s life: Pages run out, the animation stops dead.

Now, artist Juan Fontanive has discovered the equivalent of flipbook immortality, or maybe the fountain of flipbook youth.

Read More>

Amazing.

atlasofprejudice:

Europe According to Norway (2013) from Atlas of Prejudice 2 by Yanko Tsvetkov.

How Norway views Europe

atlasofprejudice:

Europe According to Norway (2013) from Atlas of Prejudice 2 by Yanko Tsvetkov.

How Norway views Europe

"The sensor feels more like a marketing gimmick than a legitimate feature."

parislemon:

Farhad Manjoo:

Samsung’s problems, meanwhile, will be more difficult to address, as you can tell by spending some time with the S5. One of its major new features is a fingerprint-sensor meant to let you unlock your phone without typing a passcode, a feature Apple introduced on the iPhone 5S last year. I don’t fault Samsung for copying Apple’s fingerprint idea, just as I won’t fault Apple for copying Samsung when it makes a bigger phone. Fingerprint unlocking is a good idea, and more phones should have it.

But I do fault Samsung for the slipshod manner in which it introduced fingerprint scanning. I’ve been using the iPhone’s fingerprint sensor for the last six months, and it has worked about nine times out of 10 for me. The Galaxy S5’s finger sensor is unusable. It has failed to recognize my finger just about every time I have tried it. It has been so terrible that the sensor feels more like a marketing gimmick than a legitimate feature. 

I’ll just reiterate: I understand why Samsung felt like they needed to include this feature in their new phone. But why on Earth would they let such an inferior product actually ship? In what way does it benefit them to have something so broken on the market? in fact, it must hurt them. Right?

Samsung copying Apple and failing…

Another hilarious tote! (at West Elm London)

Another hilarious tote! (at West Elm London)

Mother would many of the items this store. As do Nik and I. #london #homeware (at West Elm London)

Mother would many of the items this store. As do Nik and I. #london #homeware (at West Elm London)

Totes into this tote (at West Elm London)

Totes into this tote (at West Elm London)

Home shopping #west #london #westelm (at West Elm London)

Home shopping #west #london #westelm (at West Elm London)