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    4
    Sep

    samdesant1s:

    evepostapple:

    Make Your Own Alkaline Vitamin Water

    Find yourself needing a vitamin boost?  

    Click here, for complete recipe and directions of my five signature colour-free, sugar-free and bpa plastic free alkaline vitamin waters or get inspired to make your own combinations.  

    • Recovery - This vitamin water is ideal for recovery post-workout or after a large bout of physical activity.  Blackberries and Cherries aid in replenishing oxygen in the blood while pomegranate and glutamine help to restore and repair muscle tissue damage
    • C*Power - This vitamin water gives you a boost of anti-viral and anti-inflammatory vitamin C.  With natural citrus fruits and camu camu powder, c*power is ideal for boosting your immunity after an illness or just keeping your body empowered.  This is an excellent combination for weight loss
    • Stressless - This is my favourite combination, the blend of watermelon and rosemary is divine.  This vitamin water is ideal for helping you balance stress on a mental and physiological level.  With the addition of B vitamins, hydrating watermelon and calming rosemary this combination is best used during times of stress or intensity
    • Digest It - Excellent for aiding in digestion and stimulating the colon and digestive tract.  With the combination of pineapple’s digestive enzymes, soothing, cooling mint and warming ginger, stimulating lemongrass, immunizing lychee and probiotics this water will aid in internal balance
    • Detox - Purify your blood and body with this awesome vitamin water!  Detox is ideal for the morning after a night out or when you are cleansing.  Created with hydrating coconut water, and fresh cucumber, nutrient rich coconut meat, detoxifying milk thistle and anti-oxidant loaded raspberries and blueberries, this combination will cleanse your body from the inside out

    It simple, cheap and easy way to get your vitamins in a delicious and hydrating way.

    www.zainsaraswatijamal.com

    doing it

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    30
    Jun
    
This Is the Most Detailed Image of the Universe Ever Captured
NASA has just published the most detailed view of the Universe ever taken. It’s called the Extreme Deep Field—or XDF for short. It took ten years of Hubble Space Telescope photographs to make it and it shows some the oldest galaxies ever observed by humans, going 13.2 billion years back in time.
It’s a mindblowing, extremely humbling view. Not only for what it shows, but for what it doesn’t show. While this image contains about 5,500 galaxies, it only displays a tiny part of the sky, a ridiculously small slice of the Universe.

    This Is the Most Detailed Image of the Universe Ever Captured

    NASA has just published the most detailed view of the Universe ever taken. It’s called the Extreme Deep Field—or XDF for short. It took ten years of Hubble Space Telescope photographs to make it and it shows some the oldest galaxies ever observed by humans, going 13.2 billion years back in time.

    It’s a mindblowing, extremely humbling view. Not only for what it shows, but for what it doesn’t show. While this image contains about 5,500 galaxies, it only displays a tiny part of the sky, a ridiculously small slice of the Universe.

    (via contortedfantasies-deactivated2)

  3. 654
    30
    Jun

    npr:

    What do these two photos have to do with each other?

    Artist Heather Dewey Hagborg has been putting together DNA traces—like the ones found on this piece of gum—and making educated guesses about what the chewer may look like.

    Read more on NPR.org.

    Mother of mercy!! On the other hand…maybe people will stop spitting in public.

  4. 174
    14
    Jun
  5. 133
    12
    May

    "Humphreys said one of the early conclusions from her research is the possibility that the mass media of the 20th century was in fact a blip, a historical aberration, and that, through platforms like Twitter, we are gradually returning to a communication network that indulges, without guilt, the individual’s desire to record his existence."

  6. 297
    10
    Feb
    fred-wilson:

catastrophe is opportunity
(via How to Save College | The Awl)

    fred-wilson:

    catastrophe is opportunity

    (via How to Save College | The Awl)

    (via emergentfutures)

  7. 45
    10
    Feb
    michaelbharris:

Jawbone acquires Massive Health to build the next generation of beautiful experiences
(via Jawbone Buys Massive Health to Improve User Experience)



These are beautiful!!

    michaelbharris:

    Jawbone acquires Massive Health to build the next generation of beautiful experiences

    (via Jawbone Buys Massive Health to Improve User Experience)

    These are beautiful!!

    (Source: linkaboutit, via emergentfutures)

  8. 600
    7
    Feb
    newyorker:


An Internet firm like Netflix producing first-rate content takes us across a psychological line. If Netflix succeeds as a producer, other companies will follow and start taking market share. Maybe Amazon will go beyond its tentative investments and throw a hundred million at a different A-list series, or maybe Hulu will expand its ambitions for original content, or maybe the next great show will come from someone with a YouTube channel. When that happens, the baton passes, and empire falls—and we will see the first fundamental change in the home-entertainment paradigm in decades.

Tim Wu explains why the Netflix-produced series “House of Cards” could be the death of cable television: http://nyr.kr/Wo7J8A

    newyorker:

    An Internet firm like Netflix producing first-rate content takes us across a psychological line. If Netflix succeeds as a producer, other companies will follow and start taking market share. Maybe Amazon will go beyond its tentative investments and throw a hundred million at a different A-list series, or maybe Hulu will expand its ambitions for original content, or maybe the next great show will come from someone with a YouTube channel. When that happens, the baton passes, and empire falls—and we will see the first fundamental change in the home-entertainment paradigm in decades.

    Tim Wu explains why the Netflix-produced series “House of Cards” could be the death of cable television: http://nyr.kr/Wo7J8A

    (via emergentfutures)

  9. 365
    17
    Jan

    beautifultype:

    Jessica Hische Lettering Rendered In Cut Paper. More details here.

  10. 54
    17
    Jan
    emergentfutures:

How Kickstarter stole CES: the rise of the indie hardware developer


While corporate giants hog the floor space, indie gadgets are getting the rave reviews

Full Story: The Verge

    emergentfutures:

    How Kickstarter stole CES: the rise of the indie hardware developer



    While corporate giants hog the floor space, indie gadgets are getting the rave reviews

    Full Story: The Verge

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