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Olya Ivanova (F, 36)
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    INFINITE PHOTOGRAPH—AS SEEN ON EARTH

    http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/greenguide/infinite-photograph

    Yesterday I went to a NPR and National Geographic collaboration event where photographers, as well as radio journalists described a new movement towards making photographs and storytelling collaborate into a rich piece of documentation. During this presentation the Infinite photograph was shown to express the significance of the photography that is submitted by regular users. I think this mosaic portait is a beautiful metaphor of our everyday world where everything around you contributes to your essence and you make up a piece of someone else. It's truly beautiful.



    GALAXY ZOO

    http://galaxyzoo.org/

    If you ever wanted to change your profession for just one day and become an astronomer, physicist, or any other being contributing to the exploration of the universe, this site is perfect for you. I found it spontaneously when searching for a good university to take my masters degree and it turns out that John Hopkins University is a prominent member in the astronomic community. JHU created a website that allows people from all over the world to participate in the classification of galaxies. From deciding the shape and size to the brighness and the clarity, it is all on you! I love it :)


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