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leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
leslieseuffert:

SOFTlab (NYC) Melissa - We Are Flowers, 2014
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guardian:

Scottish independence referendum : final results in full
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latimes:

For the ethnic Uighurs in far western China, perhaps nothing is more essential than a knife. 
Farmers use them to slice open melons that they sell on the roadside. In open-air markets, butchers slaughter sheep and cattle in accordance with Muslim practice.
A knife by the bedside is thought to keep away bad dreams. On a baby’s seventh day of life, it’s tradition for parents to briefly slip a blade under the sleeping infant’s head to guarantee a long and healthy life.
But in the wake of a string of deadly clashes and terrorist attacks, including a mass slashing, knives have taken on a deadly cast in the region.
Photos: Julie Makinen / Los Angeles Times
latimes:

For the ethnic Uighurs in far western China, perhaps nothing is more essential than a knife. 
Farmers use them to slice open melons that they sell on the roadside. In open-air markets, butchers slaughter sheep and cattle in accordance with Muslim practice.
A knife by the bedside is thought to keep away bad dreams. On a baby’s seventh day of life, it’s tradition for parents to briefly slip a blade under the sleeping infant’s head to guarantee a long and healthy life.
But in the wake of a string of deadly clashes and terrorist attacks, including a mass slashing, knives have taken on a deadly cast in the region.
Photos: Julie Makinen / Los Angeles Times
latimes:

For the ethnic Uighurs in far western China, perhaps nothing is more essential than a knife. 
Farmers use them to slice open melons that they sell on the roadside. In open-air markets, butchers slaughter sheep and cattle in accordance with Muslim practice.
A knife by the bedside is thought to keep away bad dreams. On a baby’s seventh day of life, it’s tradition for parents to briefly slip a blade under the sleeping infant’s head to guarantee a long and healthy life.
But in the wake of a string of deadly clashes and terrorist attacks, including a mass slashing, knives have taken on a deadly cast in the region.
Photos: Julie Makinen / Los Angeles Times
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The BrandZ™ Top 50 Most Valuable Indian Brands 2014 totals $70 billion in value.
Service sector brands, banks and telecoms primarily, drive that result. Consumer product brands also contribute, powered by Indian family conglomerates and MNCs (Multinational Corporations). The value of the India Top 50 reflects the efforts of these brands to serve the rising middle class and those who aspire to it, both in India’s cities and countryside.
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engadget:

Apple’s Continuity texting won’t arrive until after iOS 8 launch
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Économie circulaire : les nouveaux “business models”
La forte croissance de la population et sa concentration dans les zones urbaines va entraîner une très forte augmentation de la demande en matières premières. Pour faire face à un accès aux ressources naturelles de plus en plus restreint, les industriels vont devoir adopter de nouveaux business models …
via FUTURIBLES
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fastcompany:

Inside The Phenomenon Of Cats That Look Like Pin-Up Girls
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Prudence …
Les appareils connectés, tels que les téléviseurs, peuvent faciliter aux pirates l’accès à votre maison !
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CASENGO
21 rules the best customer service teams know – and follow.