Monday, January 5, 2015

В Казахстане подорожала электроэнергия

Hacker Takes Nude Photos Of Miss Teen USA | NBC News

Oráculo BBC Mundo: ¿qué será popular en internet en 2015?

Tecnología para llevar puesta: la revolución de los "wearables" - BBC Mundo

China's special snow sculpture showcase - no comment

'Fear the Beard': Facial hair no longer symbol of wisdom, but Islamism

Recycle Electronics Responsibly | Molly Wood | The New York Times

7-year-old crash survivor 'amazingly composed'

China's Challenge: The Road Ahead for New Energy Vehicles

Prosthetics that 'speak from the soul'

Sophie de Oliveira Barata started her career making realistic-looking artificial limbs for amputees. But at university she had studied special effects prosthetics for TV and film, and wondered if she could use her skills to make limbs that looked more unusual and "spoke from people's soul". Sophie set up the Alternative Limb Project and now makes bespoke, design-focused prosthetics from materials such wood, glass and metal that reflect the wearer's personality and imagination, as well as making ultra-realistic limbs. Among others, she has designed limbs for model and singer-songwriter Viktoria Modesta and athlete Jo-Jo Cranfield.

BBC News went to meet Sophie at her studio in north-west London. Video journalist: Alain Gales

Long-ignored Problem: Prison Rape

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Do You Google Your Ex? Why It May Be Normal

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Chinese man spends 72 hours performing and sleeping on a tightrope

Real-life road runner: Escaped emu races cars on busy highway, Israel