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Large-scale sculptures take over the Australian coastline

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Burger bait. A cavalcade of charging horses. A plastic bubble paradise. They’re all sitting on the coastline of Australia.

Every year, the two-kilometre coastal walk from Sydney’s Bondi Beach to Tamarama becomes an open-air gallery for the celebrated Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, with selected artists invited to install sculptural works along the shoreline for three weeks in spring.

Master the art of cybersecurity with this series of online courses

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Hackers used to be a small subculture of punk weirdos that messed around with dinky little computers and didn’t really cause much damage. But now, large hacker groups like Anonymous are causing so much damage, that they’re practically an enemy of the state.

11 TEDx talks on failure (that you probably haven’t seen)

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Hide. Run. Bury. Welcome to the 21st century’s default approach to failure. Sure, we enshrine motivational mottos like “Fail fast, fail often,” but moving those sentiments into our hearts is anything but easy.

Pride dogs us. Ego protests. And the pain of disappointment — not to mention the pain of embarrassment — can be overwhelming. While a few brave souls confide their losses to trusted friends, the one thing we never do is share our failures to be recorded and watched in perpetuity.

Maybe…

Fight hunger while you play mobile games this week

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You can help get food to children in need this week, and maybe even have fun at the same time.

In honor of World Food Day, which raises awareness every Oct. 16 about global hunger and the fight to end it, Google Play is joining forces with the World Food Programme (WFP), the food assistance branch of the United Nations.

Through Google Play’s first-ever “charity collection” of 12 featured apps and games,…

Ai Weiwei debuts ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ in NYC in response to the refugee crisis

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Chinese artist, filmmaker, photographer, and activist Ai Weiwei premiered his latest installation of public art in New York City this week. The piece is curated by Public Art Fund New York. ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ will be up from October 12th to February 11th all over the city. In order to draw attention to the global migrant and refugee crisis, Weiwei has created cages in spaces where New Yorkers wander freely, to symbolize the obstacles refugees all over the world are facing. The…

Ai Weiwei debuts ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ in NYC in response to the refugee crisis

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Chinese artist, filmmaker, photographer, and activist Ai Weiwei premiered his latest installation of public art in New York City this week. The piece is curated by Public Art Fund New York. ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ will be up from October 12th to February 11th all over the city. In order to draw attention to the global migrant and refugee crisis, Weiwei has created cages in spaces where New Yorkers wander freely, to symbolize the obstacles refugees all over the world are facing. The…

How to help survivors of the devastating Northern California wildfires

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When multiple wildfires began raging early Monday morning in towns an hour north of San Francisco, residents fled their homes with little more than the clothes they were wearing and whatever valuables they could grab.

P!nk sang Twitter songs about fall and it was majestic

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Fall just got a whole lot more awesome.

P!nk was a special guest on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night, and ahead of the show Fallon got his audience to send in their personal compositions with the hashtag #FallSongs on Twitter for P!nk to perform live.

Oh man, did she perform. P!nk’s voice is so powerful she can make even songs about allergies sound ridiculously…

Steve Bannon warned Trump about the 25th Amendment, and Trump didn’t know what it was

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At this point, nine months into the Donald Trump presidency, we shouldn’t really be surprised by anything that happens. And, yet, stories like Trump being completely unaware of the 25th Amendment still manage to instill us with shock and awe.

This latest revelation about Donald Trump comes from Gabriel Sherman’s latest dispatch for Vanity Fair in which it sounds like every day in the White House is a long version of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day for Trump: a…

Kudos wants to be a gentle introduction to social media sharing for kids