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wsjhouseoftheday:

Beachfront Luxury in New Zealand

Photos: Cavalli Beach House Retreat

Wow.

(Source: The Wall Street Journal, via wsjhouseoftheday)

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Beyoncé - ***Flawless ft. Nicki Minaj

all-nickiminaj:

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I haven’t even listened to the song yet but this is just hilarious

— 2 weeks ago with 816 notes
rtamerica:

BREAKING: Israel, Hamas agree to unconditional 72-hour ceasefire

Well it’s about time. Hopefully the Western powers involved can help negotiations between the two

rtamerica:

BREAKING: Israel, Hamas agree to unconditional 72-hour ceasefire

Well it’s about time. Hopefully the Western powers involved can help negotiations between the two

— 2 weeks ago with 16 notes
"You have to stay positive."
Charles Ray Hastings Jr. (via thatlitsite)

Words to live by.

— 4 weeks ago with 101 notes
fastcompany:

New predictive analytics are making Moneyball look obsolete.
At a workshop during the GigaOm Structure conference, Hensberger shared his next-level data crunching and the academic paper his team prepared for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. His team modeled MLB data to show with 74.5% accuracy what a pitcher is going to throw—and when.
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I love science.

fastcompany:

New predictive analytics are making Moneyball look obsolete.

At a workshop during the GigaOm Structure conference, Hensberger shared his next-level data crunching and the academic paper his team prepared for the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. His team modeled MLB data to show with 74.5% accuracy what a pitcher is going to throw—and when.

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I love science.

— 4 weeks ago with 36 notes

101110:

sometimes i just lay down on the floor when i can’t handle shit. soccer players, they’re just like us

#ibelieve

(Source: shuaitou, via theworldsgame)

— 2 months ago with 5070 notes
"Southern states Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana are among the weakest performers, with results similar to developing countries such as Kazakhstan and Thailand. West Virginia is also among the group of lowest performers, where maths levels are far below western European countries or high-performing Asian education systems in South Korea or Singapore."

BBC News - US ‘in denial’ over poor maths standards (via infoneer-pulse)

No wonder I’ve always been terrible at math…

(via infoneer-pulse)

— 2 months ago with 10 notes

asylum-art:

Incredible Libraries from  Around the World 

source::bigpicture.ru

These pillars of higher learning are also home to some of the world’s most incredible architecture. Below is a small collection of stunning libraries around the globe. From the historical to the modern, these centres of knowledge and learning also preserve the history and culture of their respective periods. What pleasure in these places too beautiful for the eyes not to wander

1.El Real, El Escorial, Madrid, Spain. Photo: Jose Maria Cuellar.
2.Admont Abbey Library, Austria. Photo: Ognipensierovo.
3.Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland.
4.University of Coimbra General Library, Coimbra, Portugal.
5.Library of Law, Iowa, USA. Photo: Tani Livengood.
6..Portuguese Library in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photo: Ruy Barbosa Pinto.
7.Library of the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Photo: Sam.
8.Theological library, Strahov Monastery, Prague, Czech Republic. Photo: Rafael Ferreira.
10.Library of Law, Iowa, USA. Photo: Tani Livengood.

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(via washingtonpost)

— 2 months ago with 3660 notes