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jezebel.comBeyoncé Bought a Church, a Church of BeyoncéBeyoncé, who has several modest earthly dwellings but no real portal between heaven and earth, no official passage for Beyoncé to commune with Yoncé, Sasha, and the Holy Ghost, is now buying a church in New Orleans near Solange’s house. In an image overlay, TMZ calls it, simply, “THE CHURCH.”
thetechedvocate.orgWhat’s the point of education if Google can tell us anything?Spread the loveThis article was written by Ibrar Bhat Can’t remember the name of the two elements that scientist Marie Curie discovered? Or who won the 1945 UK general election? Or how many light years away the sun is from the earth? Ask Google. Constant access to an abundance of online information at the click of a mouse or tap of a smartphone has radically reshaped how we socialise, inform ourselves of the world around us and organise our lives. If all facts can be summoned instantly by looking online, what’s the point of spending years learning them at school and …1
nerdist.comFall Asleep on Handmade Book Pillows While ReadingI've lost count of the number of times I've fallen asleep while reading. Thanks to Brassington Hollow, I could have a plush, pillow version of a book under my head to balance the sting of dropping an actual book on my face. The owner of the shop, Shanon Smith, turns book covers into hand-sewn pieces of art with cotton fabric and foam stuffing. The handmade items came to our attention via Geeky Merch, and I love the idea of literally cuddling with my favorite literary titles--titles like Neil Gaiman's American Gods. Each book has a fabric cover that you can open to read the first page. The inside cover usually has quote from the book. Smith's made book pillows from multiple genres, including works from the likes of everyone from Jane Austen to J.K. Rowling. For example, if you like trekking through Middle-earth, Smith has crafted the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit pillows. The fellowship that volunteered to accompany Frodo to Mordor would have loved to get their hands on