We all know you couldn’t resist looking at pictures of Kanye rocking his “Lady Blouse” at last weekend’s Coachella Music Festival. Big name acts and their famous friends aside, it can be hard to see the appeal of spending a single weekend in the desert with thousands upon thousands of overserved well-off hipsters attempting to relive the 70’s (as if they were actually there).
A couple of Berlin-based architects evidently had the same sentiments when they created a design for Denmark’s Roskilde Music Festival, Copenhagen’s answer to Coachella.
Their award-winning design, cheekily titled “Why Don’t We Do It On The Stairs?”, aims to salve music-lovers’ suffering by boxing up key services and meeting spaces into the stadium seating risers themselves. Continued…Redesigning An Outdoor Music Festival, So It’s Not A Mess of Sunburns And Mud
Thousands of students in the Philippines took to the streets on July 19 to demand a higher budget for education from President Noynoy Aquino, using the latest planking craze to register their grievances.
The consumer ‘Internet of Things’ (IOT) will grow to encompass almost 16 billion connectable devices worldwide by 2020, says the latest research from Analysys Mason.
The report, Internet 3.0: the Internet of Things, says the roots of the emerging IOT market lie in industrial…
“It’s never too early to learn that the government is a greedy piglet that suckles on the taxpayer’s teet until they have sore chapped nipples.” (This is Bear and his cousin, Penelope the Piglet, who was visiting when this episode of Parks and Rec aired.)
Thanks, queerfatfemme!! Bonus points for the inclusion of Penelope the Piglet! :D <3
Controversial new measures were introduced by Prime Minister David Cameron today in a bid to heal Britain’s “broken society”, which saw TFL opt for a one in, one out policy into Zone 1 to enforce the government’s new “radical social reform”.
“It’s dealing with the issues of family breakdown, welfare dependency, failing schools, crime, and the problems that we see in too many of our communities.”
For the majority of us it will mean increased travel times and document checks all in the interest of “Cameronomics”.
Boris Johnson confirmed today that London had run out of tokens to put into the electricity meter and as a result between Woodford and Buckhurst Hill the driver (and all able bodied passengers) will be required to push the train. It is anticipated this will have a negative impact upon journey times.
Free Agents wednesdays on NBC this fall.
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