Populations of Endangered Species Depicted by the Number of Pixels

Population by Pixel was an award-winning 2008 print campaign for WWF Japan by Hakuhodo C&D. The campaign was awarded Gold at The One Show for its depiction of endangered species populations by the number of pixels in an image of each endangered animal. The more pixelated an image is, the blurrier it gets and the harder it becomes to discern. This works perfectly with the subject matter and drives home the message with a striking visual. ART DIRECTOR: Yoshiyuki Mikami WRITER: Nami Hoshino CREATIVE DIRECTOR: Nami Hoshino, Yoshiyuki Mikami DESIGNER: Kazuhiro Mochizuki Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

As White House struggles with impeachment strategy, Trump’s campaign takes the lead

(CNN)As the White House struggles to form a clear message and effective strategy to counter the fast-moving impeachment inquiry, President Donald Trump’s reelection effort is attempting to take the lead. While some of the campaign and RNC officials’ claims on the call Monday were misleading or inaccurate, it was the strongest, most concerted effort to defend Trump since the dam on impeachment broke late last month with a surge of Democratic support. For several days now, there has been grumbling inside the White House that there is no real strategy to counter Democrats, complaints that officials said were validated when not a single White House official appeared on television Sunday to defend the President. The White House has also not …

4 Wardrobe Mistakes That Are Making You Feel Old | Betches

It likely has something to do with your posture. There are a few obvious daily habits that you probably already realize aren’t good for your posture. Staring down, scrolling through Instagram for over an hour, hunching over your desk when you’re working on a tedious project, shifting your weight into one hip as your standing on line at Trader Joe’s, we’ve all been there. The good news is that your posture is something that can easily be corrected. And one of the easiest ways to do so is double checking your wardrobe. A lot of our favorite pieces can end up causing damage we might not even realize.  A Monstrously Heavy Tote Bag We’re betches of habit, and you probably …

The 4 Most Ridiculous Celebrity Lawsuits | Betches

 (I’m obviously using the term “celebrity” very liberally here), and she’s not the only one that’s run outside the bounds of the law—right, FelicityCelebrities Who Were Sued For Using Paparazzi Shots Of Themselves call the paparazzi on themselves. You didn’t think the paps got those close-up photos of a celebrity couple’s romantic Rhode Island beach stroll because they just happened to be hanging out there, did you? Ohhh, you did? That’s so cute. Celebs also like to use those pap photos they’re so against on their own social media, for the times when I guess the 3,000 selfies on their camera roll just suffice. Unfortunately this is actually illegal, because the celebrities don’t own those photosOver the past few years, …

Harness launches Continuous Insights to measure software team performance

Jyoti Bansal, CEO and co-founder at Harness, has always been frustrated by the lack of tools to measure software development team performance. Harness is a tool that provides Continuous Delivery as a Service, and its latest offering, Continuous Insights, lets managers know exactly how their teams are performing. Bansal says a traditional management maxim says that if you can’t measure a process, you can’t fix it, and Continuous Insights is designed to provide a way to measure engineering effectiveness. “People want to understand how good their software delivery processes are, and where they are tracking right now, and that’s what this product, Continuous Insights, is about,” Bansal explained. He says that it is the first product in the market to …

Strasburg, Scherzer pitch Nationals past Dodgers to even NLDS

Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg smiles after the last out in the third inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 2 of a baseball National League Division Series on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019, in Los Angeles. (Associated Press) Rookie Will Smith broke up Strasburg’s perfect bid with a two-out single. The three-time All-Star allowed his first earned run in 23 consecutive postseason innings dating to the 2014 NLDS against San Francisco and limited Los Angeles to three hits and no walks. Scherzer came on for the eighth and punched out Gavin Lux, Chris Taylor and Joc Pederson on 14 pitches. The 35-year-old right-hander threw 77 pitches in the NL wild-card game Tuesday, yet he topped out at 99 …

City official resigns after calling Islam cancer in Facebook post

A New Jersey deputy mayor has reportedly resigned According to NJ.com, Raritan Township Mayor Jeffrey Kuhl condemned Deputy Mayor Lou Reiners Sept. 14 post on Facebook. The post includes a of a fire erupting from a nuclear explosion with a caption that reads, Some cancers must be treated with radiation. Islam is one of them. The post had been removed from Kuhls profile by Friday. responding to the attack the U.S. government blames Iran for, also said in an interview that Islam is an evil religion, its a violent religion. He then said that President Donald Trump would will do the right thing when talking about expecting an attack on Iran to secure interest of allies. Its not clear if …

Student suspended for Tinder profile picture

PSNI probes anti-Semitic remarks in pub PewDiePie cancels $50,000 anti-hate group donation John Cusack: Actor apologises for anti-Semitic tweet Jess, a Jewish student at the University of Cambridge, first shared the photo on Twitter last Friday, after it was sent to her by a friend. “When she sent it to me she was quite confused, and we both were quite alarmed by it. “Not necessarily because we thought the boy who took the photo was in any way an anti-Semite, but because we thought it was wrong to instantly conflate this man’s religious identity with a political conflict. “When I wrote that tweet I didn’t have any intention of trying to punish the boy. It’s more important to me that …

Rare Tornado in California

I live in California and people always say that we cannot have tornadoes here. My children and I were at church and my children said mom there was a tornado outside, so I picked up my phone and started videoing this enormous tornado of dirt going through the field. My children were concerned the tornado was going to hit their friend’s house. It continued for a long time. More Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

All The Outfits Meghan Markle Rewore On Her Royal Tour Of South Africa

Meghan Markle and While Meghan sometimes chose specific pieces made in South Africa, she also wore ethically sourced brands from elsewhere (as did little Archie in rewear outfits, sending the message that even among those who are photographed everywhere they go, not every event needs new clothing. It’s always easier ― and admittedly, more fun ― to figure out when the royal women are wearing something for the first time or the 15th.  During the South Africa trip, the first outfit of four that Meghan rewore was a bright blue dress for an event at the District Six Museum in Cape Town.  Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand last year, nearly to the month. At the time, the couple had …

Round-Trip Flights To The Bahamas Are 50% Off, So Take That Tropical Vacay

Shutterstock Dollar Flight Club’s Oct. 2 Deals To The Bahamas Are 50% Off Normal Fares By Cianna Garrison Oct 3, 2019 It’s that time of year. Summer is over, and you’re left dreaming about tropical destinations you didn’t vacation in. I know how it goes — I never took that tropical getaway, either, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too late. You can start planning your vacay in advance with Dollar Flight Club’s Oct. 2 deals to the Bahamas. Imagine yourself on that a beach trip you never took — only better, because this is the Caribbean. If you play your cards right, you could make a reservation as early as this month, or plan ahead and book for 2020. …

Outbreak Of Deadly Fungal Sickness In The US Linked To 1964 Tsunami

Since 1999, hundreds of people have fallen sick with a mysterious infection in Canada and the US Pacific Northwest region. Could a 1964 tsunami be to blame?  That’s the idea behind a new study published in the journal mBio. Researchers from the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Arizona and Johns Hopkins University argue that tsunamis resulting from the Great Alaskan Earthquake of 1964, the largest ever documented in the northern hemisphere, may have washed ashore a tropical fungus called Cryptococcus gattii that continues to wreak havoc to this day. “The big new idea here is that tsunamis may be a significant mechanism by which pathogens spread from oceans and estuarial rivers onto land and then eventually to wildlife and humans,” Arturo Casadevall, study co-author and microbiologist at …

This Teen Climate Activist Is Fighting To Ensure Indigenous And Marginalized Voices Are Being Heard

Xiye Bastida, 17, grew up around drought and then heavy rainfall and flooding in her hometown of San Pedro Tultepec, a town outside of Mexico City. When she and her family moved to New York City four years ago, she learned about the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. The effects of climate change were inescapable, Bastida learned. And she’s since set out to do as much as she can to stop the damage.  Bastida had always been aware of the need to protect the environment. Her mother and father met in Ecuador in 1992 at a climate change conference. And Bastida is part of the indigenous Otomí tribe, which nurtures reciprocity with the land. When Bastida got to New York, …