CULT OF TQ
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Meth Is Always Bad
The Big Business Of Adventure On Instagram, Let's Talk About The Death Penalty, The Best Hoverboard On The Market, Bankers For Bernie, Bi Bim Bundt: A Korean Food Innovation, Those Plumes of Methane Off The West Coast Are Bad News
The Daily Digg
October 27, 2015
The Big Business Of Adventure On Instagram
If a skier lands a trick without uploading a photo, does anybody see it? A road trip through the exploding business side of Instagram, where pro athletes roam Alberta stalking the next big trophy shot.
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Let's Talk About The Death Penalty
Gabriel Dance of the Marshall Project started The Next To Die, which is an ongoing project that tracks executions in the United States. Dance and his colleagues will be here at 12pm EST to answer your questions about the death penalty, the lives it affects and the reporting that comes with it. Leave your questions now!
The Best Hoverboard On The Market
Hover IRL, not with your cursor! Get the cream of the crop of year's most popular new toy — the hoverboard.
THE FRINGE OF THE FRINGE
Bankers For Bernie
Inside the "socialist" senator's lonely Wall Street fan club.
RIDGED FOR YOUR PLEASURE
Bi Bim Bundt: A Korean Food Innovation
Bibimbap is to Korean food as chicken tikka masala is to Indian food — It's a delicious entry point for Americans. Dan Pashman of The Sporkful podcast talks to Food Network star Sunny Anderson about bibimbap and her diverse food expertise she has from her time spent as an army brat. Plus, they come up with an ingenious improvement on the classic Korean dish.
METH IS ALWAYS BAD
Those Plumes of Methane Off The West Coast Are Bad News
Not only is climate change making the ocean more acidic, it's warming the waters, causing sea levels to rise and unlocking methane deposits that have been frozen on the seafloor, which in turn makes the oceans more acidic. And those plumes of methane bubbling up through the water column could exacerbate global warming.
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THEY'RE ON THE LAMB
Sheep are led by shepherds through Madrid city centre, Spain, Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015. Shepherds guided a flock of around 2,000 sheep through Madrid streets in defense of ancient grazing, droving and migration rights increasingly threatened by urban sprawl and modern agricultural practices.
Credit: AP Photo/Francisco Seco
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