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doctorswithoutborders:

Migrants and refugees like this man have been living in and around ships on an abandoned military base on the outskirts of Tripoli. Many have been there since the conflict first began in Libya, seeking refuge from harassment and violence. MSF has been providing medical assistance to this population and is calling for their protection. Read more
Photo: Libya 2011 ©  Ron Haviv/VII

doctorswithoutborders:

Migrants and refugees like this man have been living in and around ships on an abandoned military base on the outskirts of Tripoli. Many have been there since the conflict first began in Libya, seeking refuge from harassment and violence. MSF has been providing medical assistance to this population and is calling for their protection. Read more

Photo: Libya 2011 © Ron Haviv/VII

doctorswithoutborders:

Central African Republic: Working to Stop Premature Mortality

Caught between political instability and poverty, many people in Central African Republic (CAR) also struggle to access health care. In Carnot, the country’s third largest town, located in the southwest, health crises are frequent. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is working to stop the high numbers of HIV/AIDS and TB deaths.

How To: Find Out More About Stuff in Episode 32

htdeverything:

On this week’s show we talk with Kenji Lopez-Alt from Serious Eats about how to keep your Jack-O-Lanterns fresh and dapper as the weeks roll by. Then, after a near-altercation at the Bears-Vikings game, we go to the GSP Boxing Gym to learn how to hold our own in a fist fight. Finally, to answer a question from you about care and maintenance of a handlebar mustache, we call on Whisker Wars star Alex LaRoche.

—Hannah

 - Episode 32: Pumpkins, Punches, and Beards
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htdeverything:

How to: keep your pumpkins looking plump, throw a punch, and grow and maintain a handlebar mustache. Plus: we lay the ground rules for the HTDE Beard Sprint Contest.

 - Episode 22: Congressmen, Staying Cool, and Taxis
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htdeverything:

How to: talk to your congressperson, keep cool outside, drive a taxi, and run a 5k. Plus, Mike proves once again Ian shouldn’t tell him anything in confidence.

And by the way, if you try Babe Ruth’s method of staying cool in the heat, by all means send us a photo at howto (at) npr (dot) org.

Intermittent Errors

soundcloudstatus:

Hey all, we’re seeing an elevated amount of errors on the site and are currently investigating the cause for this.

And we’re back. Something went wrong in the system and our Ops team just went all Zach de la Rocha on it.

soundcloudstatus:

01:08pm CET: After seeing the service stabilize for a while this morning CET, we’re still experiencing an unidentified network related outage resulting from an unusual high amount of traffic and are working all hands on deck to identify and fix the root cause for the outage.

Our CTO, VP…

soundcloudstatus:

We can confirm that the ongoing service outage that started at 8:40pm last night CET has been a distributed denial-of-service attack.

We’re continuing to working hard to mitigate it.

7:47pm CET: our attempts at mitigating was successful and we’re now stabilizing. We might experience some…

danmeth:

(NEW VIDEO!)
Stosqui Visits Occupy Wall Street

The most stoic of all of NYC’s squirrels visits the protest camp at Zuccotti Park near Wall Street.
But what sort of action will it inspire him to take?

danmeth:

In 1983, the movie “Tron” was released to Kelvic theatres and  it took the nation by storm. People stood in line for days to see it. It also inspired many cheap domestic knock-offs like this comic book, “Gr’ekesz Nyef” which translates roughly to “Grid Knight”

danmeth:

In 1983, the movie “Tron” was released to Kelvic theatres and  it took the nation by storm. People stood in line for days to see it. It also inspired many cheap domestic knock-offs like this comic book, “Gr’ekesz Nyef” which translates roughly to “Grid Knight”