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Interesting links and texts from previous years on my Facebook: 4/3

Yoann Lemoine (Woodkid​) #1:
This is a fantastic advertisement for the French organization AIDES​ that works for AIDS awareness. Very funny clip:


Yoann Lemoine (Woodkid​) #2:
This is a brilliant remake of Pharrell Williams​'s "Happy", where he uses the original acapella with added strings and piano to make a really sad version:

As you can hear he pitches the acapella around in different scales to make it fit the new arrangement. Great work.


I have never ever been a morning person, but I want to try this free 28 day course by Little Green Dot on how to become one:

I don't expect miracles, but if I can learn something regarding sleeping patterns, nutrition and exercise that will make wake up earlier and get me to bed sooner - I'll try that for free. :)


"If you want to find happiness - find gratitude."
- Steve Maraboli


Some links for your informational pleasure:

1) A video about how Putin got votes in the young, male and heterosexual population:

2) How the Ukrainian feminist topless activist group FEMEN are in everyday life (photos and story):

3) A collection of pictures from Walmarts all around the US, displaying the weird creatures that visit:

4) William Orbit presents BBC World Service's 80th anniversary in the radio show "The Strand", with guests like Roger Taylor (from Queen), author V. S. Naipaul, poet Hamid Ismailov, writer Lionel Shriver, musicians Amadou & Mariam, pianist Rosey Chan and sitar player Anoushka Shankar:

5) How lawyers invented a new and lucrative business suing illegal downloaders. Article about the situation in Germany:

6) An article about three English women who have chosen to live in the past - specifically the thirties, forties and fifties:

7) Two really funny videos that flip the gender roles around, showing situations in bars and relationships:

8) A group of medical ethicists linked to Oxford University argues that killing a newborn baby is no different to abortion:

9) Scientists at UCLA may have found a way to stop the development of Parkinson's disease:

10) Researchers have found that by shaping radio waves like pasta (!), it allows for an infinite number of channels to be broadcast and received:


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