This Artist Illustrates His Sweet Childhood Memories So Well The Results May Move You To Tears

Childhood… Although everyone has very different memories about this significant period of their lives, there‘s no doubt it‘s full of magic. Magic of discoveries, your first friends, pets, first family trips, the smell of a fresh pie baked by Grandma… And so much more! Omario Brunelleschi is an English-Italian freelance…

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I5 years later, Im still thinking about my crush on Frodo

OR 'How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love A Hobbit"Image: Vicky leta/Mashable It’s Summer Lovin’ Week here at Mashable, which means things are getting steamy. In honor of the release of Crazy Rich Asians, we’re celebrating onscreen love and romance, looking at everything from our favorite fictional couples to…

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‘Jurassic Park’ roars back into theaters this September

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom blew up the box office just two months ago—and yet Universal is already inviting moviegoers back into its prehistoric pandemonium. SEE ALSO: Giant, newly discovered dinosaur was literally a huge weirdo This September, in honor of its 25th anniversary, Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park will retake…

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Elderly Cat Finds Its Way Home After 13 Years, And The Reunion Leaves Everybody In Tears

After a year of fruitless searching, Janet gave up hope and eventually decided to give a home to two other cats, first Ollie in 2008, and then Tessie in 2014. That was that, she thought. She could only hope that Boo had found another home and was alive and well.…

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Uber narrows down search for international city to host flying taxis

First, there was Dallas and Los Angeles. Now Uber wants a third city to fly its air taxi service, and it’s looking internationally. In what feels like Amazon’s search for a second headquarters location, Uber this week announced its shortlist for countries the ride-hailing app would work with to launch…

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Study ties Facebook engagement to attacks on refugees

A study of circumstances and demographics attendant on attacks against refugees and immigrants in Germany has shown that Facebook use appears to be deeply linked with the frequency of violent acts. Far from being mere trolling or isolated expressions of controversial political opinions, spikes in anti-refugee posts were predictive of…

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What does a guitar solo look like if you can’t hear? How a sign language interpreter translates concerts

(CNN)If you showed up late or missed the introduction, you might think she’s the main attraction. Rothschild-Cross travels the country each summer to interpret at festivals and concerts, while fighting against audism, a form of ableism that discriminates against deaf people. What goes into each concert is a mountain of…

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Very Good Security makes data unhackable with $8.5M from Andreessen

“You can’t hack what isn’t there,” Very Good Security co-founder Mahmoud Abdelkader tells me. His startup assumes the liability of storing sensitive data for other companies, substituting dummy credit card or Social Security numbers for the real ones. Then when the data needs to be moved or operated on, VGS…

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