Finding beauty in the simple things, this illustrated gif makes us excited for what’s to come this spring. Made by brilliant Brooklyn based artist Rebecca Mock.
From my friends at @Half The Sky Movement and Games for Change:
Half the Sky Movement: The Game is the new Facebook game that takes you on a global adventure to create virtual and real-world change in five countries. As you play, the main character Radhika completes a series of quests that create opportunities for the many women she encounters in her travels. Each quest directly relates to real-world challenges women and girls face around the globe, and corresponds with the work of seven nonprofit organizations: The Fistula Foundation, GEMS, Heifer International, ONE, Room to Read, United Nations Foundation, and World Vision.
Sponsors have donated $500,000 that is waiting for you to unlock by completing specific quests in the game. You can also choose to make personal donations to any of the game’s nonprofit partners if you would like
On March 4th, kicking off the week of International Women’s Day, we invite you to: play, explore, and share - @halfthegame - to help make a real impact in the lives of women and girls around the world.
The game is executive produced in partnership with Games for Change, a non-profit that catalyzes social impact through digital games, and all its revenue is directed to charitable causes.
May 11, 1929: An international Rhönrad contest in Würzberg, Germany. The Rhönrad, or German wheel, was invented in 1925 and apparently shown at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, but was not entered as an official sport. Photo: The New York Times
Today would have been a beautiful day for a Rhönrad contest.
Boom! Love Love Love Google Glass 😎 (at Willow Road)
Post hip surgery lazy Sunday, complete with all the essentials: Bassa nova playlists, pain meds, peanut butter. A boa vida