El Camino

elenamorelli:

{ the scent of autumn time }

littlehazy:

screamandshout:

britney explains things like no other

she has such a way with words

sloth-grunge:

*sees dog while in the car*

*turns around in seat to watch dog until its out of sight* 

francavillarts:









~~ FLATLINE ~~ DOCTOR WHO Episode 8.09poster art by Francesco Francavilla
Look at me, doing the episode poster for DOCTOR WHO right after the show aired, like the good old times ;) I went minimalist and a lil’ more horror on this, because of FFFear this month :)
Cheers,FF

francavillarts:

~~ FLATLINE ~~
DOCTOR WHO Episode 8.09
poster art by Francesco Francavilla

Look at me, doing the episode poster for DOCTOR WHO right after the show aired, like the good old times ;)
I went minimalist and a lil’ more horror on this, because of FFFear this month :)

Cheers,
FF

bnme4everkb:

sixpenceee:

sixpenceee:

Sir Nicholas Winton is a humanitarian who organized a rescue operation that saved the lives of 669 Jewish Czechoslovakia children from Nazi death camps, and brought them to the safety of Great Britain between the years 1938-1939.

After the war, his efforts remained unknown. But in 1988, Winton’s wife Grete found the scrapbook from 1939 with the complete list of children’s names and photos. Sir Nicholas Winton is sitting in an audience of Jewish Czechoslovakian people who he saved 50 years before.

WATCH FULL VIDEO HERE

This post gained more than 100,000 notes in over a day. One of the most powerful things I ever posted. 

W.O.W.

gehayi:

springwise:

This ring lets blind people read non-Braille books
One of the problems with Braille is that it’s typically printed in specialist books aside from the copies created for sighted people, meaning that those with sight difficulties can’t borrow their friends’ books and need to seek out the bookstores and libraries that cater for them. In the past, we’ve seen projects such as Thailand’s Mr. Light and Mr. Dark — which uses special typography to enable the blind and non-blind to read the same book. Now the FingerReader initiative from MIT provides visually impaired readers with a wearable ring that can scan written text and read it out loud. READ MORE…

Guys. Science has developed a talking ring that allows the blind to read books.
This is not only amazing, it is the stuff of fairy tales.

gehayi:

springwise:

This ring lets blind people read non-Braille books

One of the problems with Braille is that it’s typically printed in specialist books aside from the copies created for sighted people, meaning that those with sight difficulties can’t borrow their friends’ books and need to seek out the bookstores and libraries that cater for them. In the past, we’ve seen projects such as Thailand’s Mr. Light and Mr. Dark — which uses special typography to enable the blind and non-blind to read the same book. Now the FingerReader initiative from MIT provides visually impaired readers with a wearable ring that can scan written text and read it out loud. READ MORE…

Guys. Science has developed a talking ring that allows the blind to read books.

This is not only amazing, it is the stuff of fairy tales.

tacobell:

This could be us, but you playing.

tacobell:

This could be us, but you playing.