Posts by David Ng

Children from around the world and where they sleep.

I always find this kind of photojournalism incredibly compelling (for instance, one of my favourite books to give as a present is Menzel D’Aluisio’s Hungry Planet).…

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Sacred Waste: a Polymeric Ritual at the New Orleans Fringe Festival

My friend Vince Says: “…A show called SACRED WASTE, which was created by LSU Ph.D. student Bonny McDonald, is playing in the upcoming New Orleans Fringe…

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Announcing the “Voyage of the Beagle” trading card game. Plus a call for some crowdsourced goodness!

The Phylo project is hard at work on preparing the next high quality Phylomon* deck, and this one will revolve around Charles Darwin and his wonderful…

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The question is this: Where is the best place to get coffee on UBC campus?

- – – (This is my coffee cup, and yes, it is awesome) – – – So… I happen to be a pretty heavy coffee drinker.…

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We like funny, and the Syrup Trap is funny.

As their website states, some “disenchanted but breathtakingly talented and humble students at the University of British Columbia” have taken to writing satire and humour. Mostly…

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The Earth as if you were watching on the ISS. Timelapsed, gorgeous, inspiring, and obvious that our planet looks very delicate indeed.

So, this past weekend, I watched this video. A few seconds in, I stopped it, turned off the lights, plunked on a pair of headphones, and…

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#IdleNoMore at UBC – January 31st, 10:30am to 4:30pm

Sophia says: Recently a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous students, faculty, and supporters have began to organize an event at UBC for January 31st. We share…

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Tis the season, so why not a Sciencegeek Advent Calendar Extravaganza?

For those who’d like to open a different kind of advent calendar. My Popperfont site has been releasing little nuggets of science-y goodness, but you can…

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