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“However much we take it for granted, coffee has become a sort of identity.”

Sadie Stein on International Coffee Day.

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catsbeaversandducks:

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jvnk:

Tangible Memory: The Poetic Photo Frame That Arouses Love in Heart

This photo frame created by Weng Xinyu is part of a larger collection of home items called “Good Medicine Tastes Bitter" that essentially provide the user with a less-than-perfect experience in order to convey a larger idea. The Tangible Memory photo frame has been created to represent the passing of time and loss of memories. If the photo frame isn’t touched by the user, it gets blurrier over time. When the user touches the glass, it reappears.

Check out the whole series here.

Oh yeah, memories need to be touched often or they will fade away.

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"Don’t judge everyone else by your limited experience."

Carl Sagan (via whats-out-there)

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oamul:

ON THE  ROAD

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  • Dấu cộng: Thế nào là người Sài Gòn?
  • Dấu trừ: Sống ở Sài Gòn.
  • Dấu cộng: Thế thế nào là người Hà Nội?
  • Dấu trừ: Sinh ra và lớn lên ở Hà Nội.

Experience life with Dr. Seuss.

(Source: youtube.com)

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