• The geometric geniuses at Ruffeo Hearts Lil’ Snotty make fashion art that is eye-catching, fun, and edgy. All garments are made in Red Hook Brooklyn by Mackswell and Sarah and a small team of seamsters, the “Hearts.” Fabric is sourced from dead stock as much as possible or from local “Mom and Pop” Independently run stores in NYC. Check out some of their selections for men:


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• The Organization OneKind made this clever video about our search for intelligent life:
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Huffington Post contributor, Mikko Alanne – a screenwriter, producer, and documentary filmmaker – outlines a shocking case of swift and secretive silencing of free speech. In regards to the  and says “Real history, as they say, is made at night.http://i0.wp.com/c0899482.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/PEzhqCDFueskCG_1_c.jpg?resize=128%2C147

Last week’s decision by the United States Supreme Court, affirming the rights of the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church to spew hatred at military funerals, was greeted as a victory for free speech by nearly everyone across the political spectrum.

That celebration turned out to be short-lived and wholly premature.

On March 7, 2011, the same justices decided to let a far more important free speech case die a quiet, unseen death by refusing to hear it. You wouldn’t know this from the news — members of the major media were too busy with Charlie Sheen, one supposes. Indeed, the only reporter to cover the event was courageous independent journalist Will Potter.

Read the full article here.