Off topic: Tiny dwellings, photo aging, language diversity, art history

From backyard cottages to mini huts, small digs. AgeMaps show the aging process by splicing two photos — one from childhood, one from adulthood — of the same person together. (via Coudal) Papua New Guinea, Congo and India are the most linguistically diverse countries in the world, according to the Economist’s daily chart. And set aside a little time for Smarthistory, a free, multimedia art history textbook from the Khan Academy.


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