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Neta 7th Week

Neta 7th Week

01.

Armed Robbers Use Pokémon Go To Find 9 Victims

http://gizmodo.com/armed-robbers-used-pokemon-go-to-find-9-victims-1783416898?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

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5 YEAR OLD ABANDONED IN COLOMBIAN JUNGLE FOR 5 YEARS, BEFRIENDED BY MONKEYS & SOLD INTO BROTHEL – TODAY SHE SHARES HER STORY

http://www.collective-evolution.com/2015/03/30/5-year-old-abandoned-in-colombian-jungle-for-5-years-befriended-by-monkeys-sold-into-brothel-today-she-shares-her-story/

03.

The Curious Fates of Famous Artists’ Pets

http://hyperallergic.com/296229/the-curious-fates-of-famous-artists-pets/

04.

Studio Ghibli Celebrates 30 Years with a Real-Life ‘Castle in the Sky’ Ship

http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/castle-in-the-sky-airship-30-years-studio-ghibli?utm_source=tcpfbus

Neta 2nd week

01: Harambe’s Behavior May Have Been Normal Gorilla Play

“Experts doubt that the gorilla was abnormally aggressive—but still think the Cincinnati Zoo made the right decision to shoot him.”

02: Why Facts Aren’t Always Truths in Photography

“Photography is an incredibly subjective craft. In the criticisms of McCurry, there were a lot of loaded words like ‘truth’ and ‘objectivity’ being thrown around. I don’t really believe in these words. I’ve never met two people with the same truth, nor seen true objectivity ever demonstrably applied to anything. They are nice words, but remain aspirational and cloud a more nuanced interpretation of reality and history. We shouldn’t mistake something factual for something truthful, and we should always question which facts are employed, and how.”