[nonostantement #185] - fake drugs / hacking mindfulness / 4channer in kabul
Now with LESS movies by the Coen Bros!
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Hi everyone, I'm Joele, an online communication consultant, usually based in Barcelona but right now traveling around Italy. This mail collects the links to the most interesting things I found online during the past week.
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[Video] - Venezuela | Cinematic FPV over Angel Falls
[…] Now fasten your seatbelts & enjoy the ride down the world's highest waterfall.
The Coen Brother
If Ethan Coen is done making movies with his brother Joel, what might that mean for projects from each Coen Brother going forward?"
[Video] - How Fake Drugs Are Made For Movies | Movies Insider
[…] Most fake drugs are created from food or vitamins so that actors can safely ingest them. However, even with precautions in place, prop drugs can still be dangerous. Al Pacino suffered minor but permanent damage to his nasal passage after snorting a lot of cocaine on the set of “Scarface,” and Jonah Hill had to be hospitalized after he got bronchitis from snorting too much Vitamin D powder on the set of “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
[Video] - Hacking enlightenment: can ultrasound help you transcend reality?
Can technology improve the way we meditate? At the University of Arizona, Dr Jay Sanguinetti and master meditator Shinzen Young are using ultrasound to improve our ability to achieve mindfulness – as well as enhance our cognition and wellbeing.
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Amazon Lures Advertisers From Facebook After Apple Privacy Shift
Brands cutting ad budgets on Instagram are turning to Amazon.
Forget gyms and roof decks. Your next apartment building could have a room for TikTok influencers
In new residential buildings, recording studios and video rooms are popping up alongside traditional amenities like gyms and roof decks.
A British 4channer went to Kabul for lulz. Now he’s stuck there.
Back in May, when Miles Routledge booked his summer vacation in Afghanistan, he had no idea that by the time he landed in Kabul, the morning of Friday, August 13, the Taliban would be tearing through the country with its eyes on the capital city.
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