Striking photos of readers around the world

Striking photos of readers around the world

Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2010 - A new book brings together Steve McCurry’s photos of readers, spanning 30 countries. From a steelworks in Serbia to a classroom in Kashmir, they reveal the power of the printed word.

Can you solve this visual puzzle?

Can you solve this visual puzzle?

A zebra picture containing a cheeky badger hidden among a host of zebras has left the internet scratching its collective head. See also: Can you see the leopard hidden in this picture? See also: Can you see two elephants in this photo? The picture,

How smart phones and social media are changing Christianity

How smartphones and social media are changing Christianity

'You don't have to be a squillionaire to buy art'

'You don't have to be a squillionaire to buy art'

Artist Hannah Adamaszek live painting- Photo by Liam Keown, courtesy of artfinder

How Facebook's tentacles reach further than you think

How Facebook's tentacles reach further than you think

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The Japanese skill copied by the world

The Japanese skill copied by the world

Even moss is appreciated by the mindful Japanese (Credit: Andrew Whitehead/Alamy)

One of history's most romantic photographs was staged

One of history's most romantic photographs was staged

The Kiss by the Hôtel de Ville by Robert Doisneau - Romance, passion and lust: the most iconic kisses of all-time

The confusing way Mexican's tell time

The confusing way Mexicans tell time

The confusing way Mexican's tell time


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Repasamos la lista de los mejores besos de la historia.  'El beso...' por R. Doisneau

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Repasamos la lista de los mejores besos de la historia. 'El beso...' por R. Doisneau

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The plane so good it’s still in production after 60 years

The plane so good it’s still in production after 60 years http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170302-the-plane-so-good-its-still-in-production-after-60-years?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

Our IQs have never been higher - but it hasn't made us smart

Our IQs have never been higher – but it hasn’t made us smart

Our IQs have never been higher - but it hasn't made us smart

There is one quality that builds trust and loyalty

There is one quality that builds trust and loyalty

It isn’t smarts or competence, it& something much harder to measure. ‘It’s not the kind of thing that you can normally bring up in a conversation’

How fast food reveals secrets of the economy

How fast food reveals secrets of the economy

From the Pizza Principle to the Waffle House Index, fast food can reveal surprising things about our behaviour and hidden changes in the market.

Many Christians are turning to apps and memes to express their faith instead of churches – and it's raising intriguing questions about the future of the world's largest religion.

How smartphones and social media are changing Christianity

Many Christians are turning to apps and memes to express their faith instead of churches – and it's raising intriguing questions about the future of the world's largest religion.

The dark side of Roald Dahl (Credit:Illustration (c) Quentin Blake, 1997)

The dark side of Roald Dahl

The dark side of Roald Dahl (Credit:Illustration (c) Quentin Blake, 1997)

Why do people swear?

Why do people swear?

Why do other folks swear?: Symbol copyright Thinkstock The English language incorporates…

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