[QUADRINHOS] Multiversity: preview do 2º capítulo da saga de Grant Morrison sobre o Multiverso DC

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Amanhã sai The Multiversity: Society of Super-Heroes, segundo capítulo da saga épica sobre o Multiverso DC escrito por Grant Morrison, e desenhado por Chris Sprouse. “Vazaram” na internet no final da semana passada as primeiras páginas da edição, que você confere no preview abaixo:

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How UK Mobile Retail Traffic Overtook the Desktop in 2014

Transmedia Newswire

The UK is a nation of digital shoppers. eMarketer estimates that retail eCommerce in the UK accounts for a larger proportion of total retail sales than in any other country tracked. And mobile is becoming an increasingly important element of the eCommerce equation. Mobile retail commerce is split into smartphone and tablet related online shopping.

via eMarketer

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Researchers Explore ‘Graveyard Of Ships’ In Trecherous Waters Near San Francisco

EYE CANDY?

Serendipity Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth

Absolute Beauty – We’ve all heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Do you agree? is all beauty contingent on a subjective point of view?


Is all beauty subjective? Nope, don’t think so. If there is one thing about which human societies have been consistently in agreement, it’s beauty. Human beauty. Natural beauty. Flowers. Sunshine. Woman, men, children.

Does this mean personal feelings can’t override our hard-wired reactions? If that were true, only beautiful people would find love … and that is obviously untrue.

96-Sunrise-Rockport-NK-3-A Incontestable. Beautiful sunrise. I still sleep late and miss most of them.

We don’t only marry pretty people. We don’t inhabit only beautiful places. I suppose if all things were equal, we would happily choose to live amidst harmony and beauty in preference to ugliness and discord.

Why not?

Isn’t that the way it’s supposed to be?

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WordPressers Making a Splash

The WordPress.com Blog

We might think of the end of summer as a slow news season. Not so for the authors and bloggers we feature today, who’ve been hard at work on some exciting projects recently.

Rebecca Hains

princess problemWriter, professor, and media scholar Rebecca Hains often shares thoughtful posts on her blog, especially on topics revolving around gender and discrimination. Earlier this month, she celebrated the release of The Princess Problem: Guiding Our Girls through the Princess-Obsessed Years (Sourcebooks), her most recent book. A critique of popular culture and the messages it sends to young girls, the book has already earned rave reviews, including from Brenda Chapman, writer and director of Disney’s Brave.

Broken Light: A Photography Collective

broken light

Danielle Hark founded Broken Light Collective, a community for photographers coping with mental health issues, more than two years ago. We’ve been following that project for a while (and mentioned it in a mental health-focused roundup earlier…

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IBM’s New Watson Analytics Wants To Bring Big Data To The Masses

NO More Anchovies After Midnight For Me