As my final year as an undergraduate comes to an end, some thoughts on life as a scientist living in a layman’s world have come to mind. To begin with, I study human language, human behaviour and social dynamics, this is also known as Anthropology or Linguistic Anthropology. Explored is the concept of Us. No, not the Unites States but a collective of people who share something, be it eating habits, a common deity, land, language or just governing power. The line in the sand which separates groups is often blown away or fuzzy depending on things like generation or even family. So this thing called Anthropology is something that exists naturally through all of us, but those who travel or find themselves surrounded by a culture different than their own may be more aware of differences than others.
How you would like to spend your holidays vs. how your boss would like it to be spent.
Ugh.I Love Charts
The Real McKoy: Spilled Milk
Nutriarts is an art and cook collective. Cooks work with artists to visualize and bring to life in art form their most favorite culinary creations. Exhibition of Nutriart works Tribeca August 11th.
Nutriarts will also be hosting a silent auction for the Jamie Oliver Foundation: an educational charity whose mission is to educate and keep cooking skills alive.
Drinks and lovely foods will be served.
Brought to you by Mealku Cooperative and The Real McKoy Creative
What Your Style Of Eggs Says About You
This chart is entirely too true. For the record I prefer hard boiled eggs or omelets.I Love Charts
MATCHBOOK. bikinis meet their match
The book: Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky
The first sentence: “At the beginning of July, during an extremely hot spell, towards evening, a young man left the closet he rented from tenants in S—-y Lane, walked out onto the street, and slowly, if indecisively, headed for K—-n Bridge.”
The cover designer: Peter Mendelsund