An Archive

Apr 10

todayinlaborhistory:

Today in labor history, April 10, 1917: 133 workers, mostly women and girls, are killed in an explosion at the Eddystone Ammunition Works in Eddystone, Pennsylvania. A monument in the Chester Rural Cemetery marks the final resting place for the remains of the 55 unidentified victims.

todayinlaborhistory:

Today in labor history, April 10, 1917: 133 workers, mostly women and girls, are killed in an explosion at the Eddystone Ammunition Works in Eddystone, Pennsylvania. A monument in the Chester Rural Cemetery marks the final resting place for the remains of the 55 unidentified victims.

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Mar 10

fastcodesign:

Jeff Schultz has what’s possibly one of the world’s funnest jobs: He’s been the Iditarod Sled Dog Race’s official photographer since 1982.
More> An Intimate Look At The Life Of A Sled-Racing Dog

fastcodesign:

Jeff Schultz has what’s possibly one of the world’s funnest jobs: He’s been the Iditarod Sled Dog Race’s official photographer since 1982.

More> An Intimate Look At The Life Of A Sled-Racing Dog

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“The key factor is accountability. We can’t have officials like [national intelligence director] James Clapper who can lie to everyone in the country, who can lie to the Congress, and not even face criticism.” — In SXSW Conversation, Edward Snowden Calls For Better Security Standards (via fastcompany)

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“To communicate through silence is a link between the thoughts of man.” — Marcel Marceau (via observando)

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Mar 08

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Mar 02

Thoughts on being back in NY.

Thoughts on being back in NY.

Feb 28

nprfreshair:

Check out the Best Actress gowns over the years… Wishing  Katharine Hepburn went in 1934—and every other year she won—so we could’ve seen what she wore [awesome pantsuit?]
infographic via mediarundigital

nprfreshair:

Check out the Best Actress gowns over the years… Wishing  Katharine Hepburn went in 1934—and every other year she won—so we could’ve seen what she wore [awesome pantsuit?]

infographic via mediarundigital

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