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Texas court throws out 'upskirt' photo law

The state’s highest criminal court on Wednesday tossed out part of a Texas law banning “improper photography or visual recording” – surreptitious images acquired in public for sexual gratification, often called “upskirting” or “downblousing” – as a violation of federal free-speech rights and an improper restriction on a person’s right to individual thoughts. 141 more words

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My struggle

September 13, 2014 02:05

It has been more than a month before I put my fingers on the keyboard afresh.

What contributed to my laziness most is my procrastination, which would be the cause for my delaying or let’s just say quitting. 249 more words

Tong Lam and the Use of Essays and Appropriations in Abandoned Futures

A Short Review of Abandoned Futures

Tong Lam *(1) is interested in using photography to examine industrial and post industrial ruins around the world. This is reflected in his published work which includes… 973 more words

Research And Reflection

239. Happiness or Joy?


This morning the Stones “Happy” is rocking out of my computer. “I need love to keep me happy, baby, keep me happy. Happy, baby won’t you keep me happy?” Keith Richards wrote and recorded the song in four hours and sings the lead. 1,054 more words

Silent Agreements

Ice Bucket Challenge

Over the past few weeks, the Ice Bucket Challenge has become a worldwide craze, starting in the US and then spreading internationally, with a whole host of celebrities (including actors, singers, TV presenters, supermodels, athletes, politicians, founders of mega-corporations and world leaders) joining the phenomenon by posting videos of themselves being drenched in icy water to increase awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ( 452 more words


Dealing with stubborn tendon problems

Treating and managing ‘tendon’ problems one of the most frustrating group of injuries I encounter, mainly because their recovery often has no time frame, it’s never linear, instead they tend to be a 2 steps forward one step back kind of problem. 771 more words

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