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stephdau:

Step 1: I make coffee.
Step 3. I reach for the cup, but it’s empty.

Can you guess step 2 and 4?

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My mornings.

snakknorsk:

Face vocabulary !  
(et) ansikt: face
(en) munn: mouth
(et) kinn: cheek
(et) øre: ear
(et) øye: eye
(et) hår: hair
(et) hode: head
(en/ei) panne: forehead
(et) øyebrynn: eyebrow
(en/ei) nese: nose
(en/ei) leppe: lip
(en) hals: neck
(en/ei) hake: chin
(en/ei) tann: tooth

Parts of the face in Norwegian!

snakknorsk:

Face vocabulary !  

(et) ansikt: face

(en) munn: mouth

(et) kinn: cheek

(et) øre: ear

(et) øye: eye

(et) hår: hair

(et) hode: head

(en/ei) panne: forehead

(et) øyebrynn: eyebrow

(en/ei) nese: nose

(en/ei) leppe: lip

(en) hals: neck

(en/ei) hake: chin

(en/ei) tann: tooth

Parts of the face in Norwegian!

catacademy:

¿Ves esto? = Do you see this?Ella es mía = _____________What do you think the cat is trying to say?http://is.gd/catspanish

Use cats to learn Spanish. Don’t mind if I do.

catacademy:

¿Ves esto? = Do you see this?
Ella es mía = _____________

What do you think the cat is trying to say?

http://is.gd/catspanish

Use cats to learn Spanish. Don’t mind if I do.

mentalflossr:

18 Fancy Words for Specific Shapes
Acicular means needle shaped. 

The intricacies of language

mentalflossr:

18 Fancy Words for Specific Shapes

Acicular means needle shaped. 

The intricacies of language

design-is-fine:

Andreas Feininger, Lower East Side, Harlem and Brooklyn Bridge, NY, 1940. ©Andreas Feininger Archive, Zeppelinmuseum, Germany. Source.

Andreas was the eldest son of Lyonel Feininger, American, born in Paris. He was educated as an architect at the bauhaus. Later he focused on photography, famous for his view on NY.

csneal:

"Favorite books to travel with" for Real Simple.

Chris Silas Neal illustration - more of him @ redsilas.com

csneal:

"Favorite books to travel with" for Real Simple.

Chris Silas Neal illustration - more of him @ redsilas.com

“The art of living… is neither careless drifting on the one hand nor fearful clinging to the past on the other. It consists in being sensitive to each moment, in regarding it as utterly new and unique, in having the mind open and wholly receptive.”

— Alan Wilson Watts (via observando)
zenhabits:

Green Living in NYC reimagined

Utopian dream for the masses.

zenhabits:

Green Living in NYC reimagined

Utopian dream for the masses.

design-is-fine:

Kazumasa Nagai, artwork for exhibition poster 100 Paintings of Toyama by 100 Artists, 1983. For The Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan. Via Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich

design-is-fine:

Kazumasa Nagai, artwork for exhibition poster 100 Paintings of Toyama by 100 Artists, 1983. For The Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan. Via Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich

mariam-jameel:

Bonjoooooooour ♥♥

Language and coffee go hand in hand.

mariam-jameel:

Bonjoooooooour ♥♥

Language and coffee go hand in hand.

aleyma:

John Lewis Childs, Rare Flowers, Vegetables, & Fruits, 1894 (source).


Beautiful colors on vintage seed labels.

aleyma:

John Lewis Childs, Rare Flowers, Vegetables, & Fruits, 1894 (source).

Beautiful colors on vintage seed labels.

What kind of linguist should you be?

languagevillage:

I got phonologist, of course.

I got syntactician, mostly because I like things neat and organized.

creativemornings:

"Keep an open mind and learn as much as you can."
— Dr. William Murphy Jr..
Watch the talk.

creativemornings:

"Keep an open mind and learn as much as you can."

— Dr. William Murphy Jr..

Watch the talk.

newyorker:

A look at the history behind the design overhauls that gave the New York subway, the U.S. Postal Service, and other companies the visual identities we see today: http://nyr.kr/1mds6kO
Photograph by Tom Middlemiss/NY Daily News Archive/Getty.

newyorker:

A look at the history behind the design overhauls that gave the New York subway, the U.S. Postal Service, and other companies the visual identities we see today: http://nyr.kr/1mds6kO

Photograph by Tom Middlemiss/NY Daily News Archive/Getty.