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DROMOS - An immersive performance by Maotik and Fraction
Streets is empty / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1bEZDTx
How do you get to Carnegie hall? / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1jT0mzF
Family day in a quiet neighborhood / on Instagram http://ift.tt/1jSpjLu
I just want to say that this is why minority representation in the media matters. Mae Jemison was inspired to become an astronaut after watching Nichelle Nichols as Uhura on Star Trek.
Media is NEVER “just” media.
No, it’s never “just” media. Which is why we started The Reconstructionists.
“The Shapes of Stories by Kurt Vonnegut" Inforgraphic. Maya Eilam
/ on Instagram http://ift.tt/17C1Njn
Hot Pants Road
Funky Good Time: The Anthology
The four ways to really fix education (that no one wants to hear) http://t.co/HAoQZB8YBa— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) November 19, 2013
— MIT Media Lab (@medialab)
very interesting update on collaborative consumption in the real world: “ a guest post by Jon Wheatley of Need/Want that originally appeared on the company’s blog. Need/Want makes innovative products that solve problems like SmartBedding and Draft Notebooks.
In 2012 I bought an apartment specifically to rent out on Airbnb. I’ve been managing it remotely for the past year. This post includes everything I learned as well as some revenue numbers.
Finding a place to buy
Each listing on Airbnb has a publicly visible calendar that shows which nights are booked and which nights are available. Using this tool it’s very easy to work out almost exactly how much each host is making. This makes it an invaluable resource when researching where to buy.
Simply find a listing that’s in an area you’re thinking about buying and click on the calendar tab. Then count up how many red squares there are in a given month, multiply that by the nightly rate listed on the profile and you have the monthly revenue.”
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