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Hailed as the greatest pickpocket in the world, Apollo Robbins studies the quirks of human behavior as he steals your watch. In a hilarious demonstration, Robbins samples the buffet of the TEDGlobal 2013 audience, showing how the flaws in our … Continue reading
We’re laying it bare. Stripping it down. Peeling back perspective. In this monthly round up you’ll find the Life Lenses™ blog posts laid bare for the month of July. Get bare, dive in deep and take a full look around … Continue reading
If high school algebra sent you into convulsions, hang on, this story has a happy ending. Terry Moore explains why the letter x means the unknown in math equations, in his TED talk (see below for the video). If you’ve … Continue reading
What’s your worst nightmare if you’re up in front of people speaking? technical gadgets not working (no sound &/or no powerpoint)? forget what you’re going to say? getting heckled by an audience member? something else unexpected happening? What happens when … Continue reading
“I was only four years old when I saw my mother load a washing machine for the very first time in her life. That was a great day for my mother. My mother and father had been saving money for … Continue reading
How long have you been tying your shoes? Me – I remember knocking on a neighbours door and then realizing my shoelace was untied. For the first time I tied my shoes all on my own. I was so excited … Continue reading
JR, an anonymous photographer and artist, and his 28 millimetre project are enlightening, invigorating & inspiring. Take a look. A good look. A new look. Fore more information about JR click here.