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nois7 Robert Jahns

Robert Jahns captivating work and unique approach to photo manipulation deliver unexpected moments that marry people, nature and movement in ways that seem alive, yet surreal, all at once. Robert works on a global scale and collaborates with other well-known Instagrammers, photographers from all over the world.

GOT7’s JB And Yugyeom To Launch Art Collaboration And Reality Show With Beverage Brand

On April 16, carbonated mineral water brand Perrier revealed that JB and Yugyeom will be participating in art collaboration project “Collaboran” with American multimedia artist Ben Jones.

“Collaboran” is a new project where K-pop stars and famous global artists collaborate to create art and reveal the process through a reality program.

JB and Yugyeom’s art collaboration with Ben Jones will be unveiled through a launching event on April 22 at Nakwon Musical Instrument Arcade. The reality show will be released in early May through various digital channels including Perrier Korea’s Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

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World Afro Day and Ogilvy have created the first-ever Campaign to raise awareness around hair bias.

Hair bias is rarely discussed, but it remains a persistent global problem which affects millions. This year alone, families have had to take legal action both in the UK and overseas for the right to have their children attend school with their natural Afro hair.

The new awareness campaign ‘Change the Facts, Not the Fro’ will be tackling how society perceives women’s Afro hair and highlighting the importance of celebrating it in its natural glory, this campaign aims to challenge the status quo so this generation and the ones to come feel they have the choice to wear their hair in whatever way, shape or form.

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got7 as youtubers

jackson: the prankster
- “it’s just a prank bro!”
- has over 2 million subscribers
- always promoting his merch that usually says ‘stay healthy’ or eat ‘organically’
- replies to the comments
- gets to know his fans and even knows one so well that he remember what they ate 9 years ago, their foot size, age, and height
- pranks his girlfriend and almost ends up single every time
- daily vlogs
- always wearing a backwards hat and a black tank top
- collabs with other youtubers
- meetups

jaebum: the angry ranting cat man
- not well known on YouTube
- has at least 20,000 subscribers
- rants about the generation
- has loads of cat videos that gives him the views
- is always being flirted to in the comments
- rarely uploads
- made a YouTube after being forced to
- “I’m not your daddy wtf.”
- always has to explain that he’s happily engaged and doesn’t want any of his fans
- is an internet meme and hates it
- eats and sleeps way too much on camera
- fans are intimidated when they do see him in public

mark: the hypebeast
- millions of subscribers and views
- mainly does reviews on every Yeezy shoe ever
- “These are the exclusive custom-made Yeezys made by Jesus himself.”
- vlogs include shopping at the mall, exploring LA, and hanging out with friends
- is really shy in person
- gets discovered in public and turns into a shy potato
- meeting one fan turns into an entire meetup
- almost failed cooking videos with coco
- gets mad when people asks about everyone else but him

youngjae: the cute crafter
- has half of a million subscribers
- makes DIY videos (sometimes doesn’t go as planned)
- comments are usually always positive
- open to collaborate with anyone
- features his nieces and nephews in a lot of his videos
- “This is Youngjae channel!”
- takes video requests
- makes self-help videos just so his viewers can keep a positive mind
- likes reading his fans comments
- also uploads a few singing videos here and there
- doesn’t vlog often since he’s not good at operating a camera

bambam: the unintentional comedian
- famous because he’s a living meme that’s everywhere on social media
- doesn’t intentionally try to be funny but just is
- does a lot of stupid skits with yugyeom
- dabs constantly
- gets a lot of hate comments and doesn’t appreciate it
- gives his fans names like ‘the Dabbing Princes & Princesses’ since he’s the Dabbing King
- always eating in his videos
- ootd videos always fail because of his dorkiness
- screams
- people always comment about how extra he is with his fashion

yugyeom: the dancer
- very popular since his videos are shared globally
- collaborated with famous dancers
- adores Chris Brown and mainly mentions/plays his music
- steals fans heart with his talent
- blushes at the positive comments
- cries at the rude comments
- dances like he’s mental whenever bambam is in a video
- vlogs usually involve him acting slow at the grocery store
- still gets slapped around by his elders (Jinyoung)
- people are amazed by his height in real life
- uploads often

jinyoung: the Christian family vlogger
- your average famous family youtuber
- dresses like he’s going to church
- “I would appreciate it if you guys would stop being sexual, I’m married.”
- yells at whoever calls him ‘Jr.’, his old YouTube name, in the comments
- always showing off his wife and kids in his vlog
- does livestreams
- petty to his fans and other youtubers (yugyeom)
- open about religion
- always mention how his fans should buy his book and also start reading more
- has coffee in literally every video
- always has comments requesting him to do asmr because of his voice

GOT7's JB And Yugyeom To Launch Art Collaboration And Reality Show With Beverage Brand

GOT7’s JB And Yugyeom To Launch Art Collaboration And Reality Show With Beverage Brand

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Members of GOT7 will be participating in a special art collaboration project! On April 16, carbonated mineral water brand Perrier revealed that JB and Yugyeom will be participating in art collaboration project “Collaboran” with American multimedia artist Ben Jones. “Collaboran” is a new project where K-pop stars and famous global artists collaborate to create art and reveal the process through a…

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2manysiblings revisits tokyo, explores different intersections, and records cityscapes and people. this exhibition is created in collaboration with global african design brand, MAKI MPHO featuring originally designed contemporary textile prints. limited digital print edition is available for each photo. visit IG @makimpho for more info.

ナイロビの2manysiblings東京再訪。さまざまな交差点 – intersection -を巡り、都市と人々を記録する。独自のコンテンポラリーなテキスタイル柄を特徴とするグローバルアフリカンデザインブランドMAKI MPHO(マキムポ)とのコラボレーション企画。数量限定プリント版も販売。詳細は@makimphoをクリック。

I sometimes see ‘hate messages’ towards Greek civilization, and it wasn’t perfect and I’m by no means a nationalist, I do believe in global collaboration and exchanges…but it is so mean to accuse a civilization which gave so much to this world, that has contributed to so many categories of human interest and that has been stolen, intentionally ruined, misunderstood and misinterpreted in so many ways. We have bits and pieces to navigate ourselves when it comes to the past, why are so many people so intolerant, ignorant, jealous? I mean we all have to learn so much, to become inspired, to explore and the Greek myths, language and symbols are surely here to enrich human consciousness, of that I’m so certain.
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Eco - Global Survival Game

Collaborate to build civilization in a simulated ecosystem, creating laws to make group decisions.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is a British computer scientist. He was born in London, and his parents were early computer scientists, working on one of the earliest computers.

Growing up, Sir Tim was interested in trains and had a model railway in his bedroom. He recalls:

“I made some electronic gadgets to control the trains. Then I ended up getting more interested in electronics than trains. Later on, when I was in college I made a computer out of an old television set.”

After graduating from Oxford University, Berners-Lee became a software engineer at CERN, the large particle physics laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland. Scientists come from all over the world to use its accelerators, but Sir Tim noticed that they were having difficulty sharing information.

“In those days, there was different information on different computers, but you had to log on to different computers to get at it. Also, sometimes you had to learn a different program on each computer. Often it was just easier to go and ask people when they were having coffee…”, Tim says.

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The Peninsular pronghorn is the 2nd-fastest land mammal and can reach speeds of 60 mph. One thing this fleet-footed animal can’t outrun, however, is the threat that habitat fragmentation poses to its existence. San Diego Zoo Global is proud to collaborate with partners on a conservation project that just might buy this enigmatic creature enough time to rebuild its numbers—one adorable fawn at a time. Details: http://bit.ly/ViEb726

BREAKING: A new, non-profit organization created to finance and produce films, documentaries, TV and other forms of media uniquely dedicated to the empowerment of women has been launched with a mission to create content that will change perceptions of female stereotypes. On the advisory board of the company called We Do It Together are Jessica Chastain, Juliette Binoche, Freida Pinto, Queen Latifah, Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke; actress Ziyi Zhang, to name only a few.

The move comes after the revelation last fall that the The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was interviewing dozens of female directors about the discrimination they face in both film and television. Women currently receive only 16% of the episodic TV directing jobs, and last year directed less than 5% of the major studio releases.

We Do It Together looks to change this. They say they will raise capital from grants, governments, corporate sponsors, and individual donations to invest in the production of films, proceeds from which will be reinvested in the company to create a self-sustaining organization, prepared to invest in additional films. The first film through this new company will be announced at the 2016 Cannes International Film Festival.

The advisory board also consists of such creative talent as male director Hany Abu-Assad; A United Kingdom director Amma Asante; The Diary of a Teenage Girldirector, writer and actress Marielle Heller; City of God Director Katia Lund; Ellesdirector Małgorzata Szumowska; actress, producer and writer Alysia Reiner; MacArthur Fellow, Harvard Professor, Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Award, National Humanities Medal honoree Henry Louis Gates; and BAFTA-nominated and Wadjdadirector Haifaa Al Mansour.

The board will be responsible for collaborating on the slate of films they will produce. They also plan to start local chapters to make regional impacts.

The organization’s launch comes as the company readies itself for its first public speaker platform, with We Do It Together scheduled to participate at the United Nations’ 3rd Annual Power of Collaboration Global Summit on February 29th. Speaking to the topic of “A Glimpse to Next Stop: Conversations With Men (And Women) in Hollywood,” board member and founder Chiara Tilesi will be presenting the new international non-profit production company model and discussing the organization’s mission of challenging the status quo, producing movies by women and about women, while changing deep-seated perceptions about female stereotypes.

Sitting on the board of directors of We Do It Together are producer Albert Berger; DDA Partner Dana Archer; The Gersh Agency’s Sandra Lucchesi; Mosaic manager Paul Nelson; Producer-Director Carol Polakoff; Primetime Emmy-winning producer Shelby Stone; producer and philanthropist Tilesi; and Septembers of Shiraz writer and producer Hanna Weg.

Jessica Chastain, Juliette Binoche, Freida Pinto, Queen Latifah, Other Women Launch Production Company To Help Female Empowerment In TV And Film

Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein's prediction

For the first time, scientists have observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves, arriving at Earth from a cataclysmic event in the distant universe. This confirms a major prediction of Albert Einstein’s 1915 general theory of relativity and opens an unprecedented new window onto the cosmos.

Gravitational waves carry information about their dramatic origins and about the nature of gravity that cannot otherwise be obtained. Physicists have concluded that the detected gravitational waves were produced during the final fraction of a second of the merger of two black holes to produce a single, more massive spinning black hole. This collision of two black holes had been predicted but never observed.


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“Portals” are gigantic public art installations that let viewers interact with people in other places around the world using immersive, human-scaled video chat.

Currently set up in places like New York City, Havana, and even a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan, these illuminating portals allow individuals to interact, collaborate, and connect as though they were standing in the same room together. Now, the creators of this project hope to connect Kabul, Afghanistan to their global network, facilitating artistic collaborations, poetry recitals, concerts, and — most importantly — numerous conversations.

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