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Mashable had a little bit of help covering the news today by
Sesame Street, John Oliver, Kate McKinnon, Al Roker and Nick Offerman.
Check out the full video here.
John Oliver on the Scottish ‘Better Together’ campaign slogan.
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"I like how driven you are and engaged and passionate about the news"
Words that one of the editors of my magazine told me
The Newsroom: Election Night, Part I
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Seeing the Invisible
This animated documentary celebrates the 17th-century citizen scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, whose discovery of microbes would change our view of the biological world.
"We’re always looking at an unknown world. We’re driven by our ignorance, and we’re driven by the idea that the world must be more complex than what we understand right now. And that’s enough inspiration to do an experiment."
"Before I went to the protest that day, I stood in front of a picture of the Dalai Lama, and I swore an oath: ‘If I am arrested, I will not give the names of any of my friends.’ They put me through eight months of interrogation. They burned cigarettes on my face. They made me stand in ice for four hours, until my skin froze into the ice, and then they pushed me forward. They gave me electric shocks on my tongue. They told me they were going to kill my father and mother. After eight months, I had a trial. Two guards stood next to me when I testified, and they hid electric shocks in my sleeves in case I said something they didn’t like. I was sentenced to four years. Sometimes I’d get so hungry I’d eat toothpaste. And sometimes I’d get so thirsty, I’d drink my urine. When I finally got out, I weighed 39 kilograms."
A bit of context on this next series of photos: Dharamshala, India is where the exiled government of Tibet resides. Led by the Dalai Lama, nearly 100,000 Tibetan refugees live in this northern Indian city, where they seek to maintain their traditions and culture in exile. The long journey from Tibet to India includes a grueling 28 day walk through the Himalayan mountains. Many of the refugees make this trek as children, sent by their parents in hopes of studying their language and religion in freedom. In conclusion, here’s a young Tibetan monk playing with a kitten.
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