Ballet in Super Slow Motion (And More Culture Around the Web)

This does­n’t need much in the way of an intro­duc­tion, except to say that two pho­tog­ra­phers, Simon Ian­nel­li & Johannes Berg­er, caught Mari­na Kan­no and Gia­co­mo Bevilaqua, both from the Staats­bal­lett Berlin, per­form­ing sev­er­al jumps, each cap­tured in slow motion at 1000 frames per sec­ond. And it’s all set to Radio­head­’s “Every­thing In Its Right Place.” Enjoy that (h/t Kot­tke) and also …

More Cul­ture from Around the Web/Our Twit­ter Stream:

Google Doo­dle Cel­e­brates Mies Van Der Rohe’s Crown­ing Achieve­ment

Ter­ry Gross Talks With Matthew Wein­er (‘Mad Men’ Cre­ator) On What’s Next For Don Drap­er

Will One Researcher’s Dis­cov­ery in the Ama­zon Destroy Chom­sky’s The­o­ry of Lin­guis­tics?

The Mechan­i­cal Uni­verse: 52 Lec­ture Intro to Physics by Cal­tech. Added to the Physics sec­tion of our Free Cours­es List

How to be an Aca­d­e­m­ic Fail­ure: A Guide for Begin­ners

Record­ing of William Faulkn­er’s Nobel Prize Speech

From Le Monde, “Back­stage with Char­lie Chap­lin,” a Hand­ful of Very Mov­ing Stills

Kurt Von­negut: The Paris Review Inter­view (1977)

A Reject­ed & Unpub­lished Kurt Von­negut Novel­la Gets Released as a $1.99 Kin­dle Sin­gle

Advice on Advice from Lit­er­ary Greats

Why Bilin­guals Are Smarter

First High-Res­o­lu­tion Images of the Wreck of the Titan­ic

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