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Ko Min, 26, manually extracts oil from one of three 300 feet deep wells he works on in the Minhla township of the Magwe district October 27, 2013. Everyday, Ko Min makes around $30 extracting crude oil from three small wells after he bought rights to use them for close to $1000 from a farmer who owns the land. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

Ko Min, 26, manually extracts oil from one of three 300 feet deep wells he works on in the Minhla township of the Magwe district October 27, 2013. Everyday, Ko Min makes around $30 extracting crude oil from three small wells after he bought rights to use them for close to $1000 from a farmer who owns the land. In Myanmar, an impoverished country rich with natural resources, people from poor communities find ways to supplement their income by exploiting such resources, such as the Minhla township, traditionally rich with oil, often using primitive and dangerous methods. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)
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21 Apr 2014 10:06:00
Sotheby's To Auction Working Version Of First Apple Computer Model

The Apple l, the first Apple computer made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976, is seen on display at Sotheby's on June 8, 2012 in New York City. Sotheby's called the computer “an exceptionally rare, working example with original Apple cassette interface, operation manuals and a rare BASIC Users' Manual”. (Photo by Andrew Burton/AFP)
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10 Jun 2012 09:17:00
A rescued malnourished sea lion is manually fed a fish at Sea World in San Diego, California March 17, 2015. (Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters)

A rescued malnourished sea lion is manually fed a fish at Sea World in San Diego, California March 17, 2015. Animal rescue centers in California are being inundated with stranded, starving sea lion pups, raising the possibility that the facilities could soon be overwhelmed, the federal agency coordinating the rescue said. (Photo by Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)
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19 Mar 2015 13:58:00
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08 Feb 2013 14:13:00
Rutgers Scarlet Knights cheerleaders perform during a game against the Connecticut Huskies at High Point Solutions Stadium on October 6, 2012 in Piscataway, New Jersey. Rutgers defeated Connecticut 19-3. (Photo by Rich Schultz)

Rutgers Scarlet Knights cheerleaders perform during a game against the Connecticut Huskies at High Point Solutions Stadium on October 6, 2012 in Piscataway, New Jersey. Rutgers defeated Connecticut 19-3. (Photo by Rich Schultz)
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16 Oct 2012 10:59:00
A worker manually changes the direction of the bonde, the typical tram line in Santa Teresa neighborhood, using a rope in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 9, 2015. (Photo by Pilar Olivares/Reuters)

A worker manually changes the direction of the bonde, the typical tram line in Santa Teresa neighborhood, using a rope in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 9, 2015. The Santa Teresa bonde, called “Bondinho” in Portuguese, is running with passengers as a part of a test period, after the service was suspended in 2011 following an accident that killed six people, according to residents. (Photo by Pilar Olivares/Reuters)
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11 Sep 2015 12:53:00
Indigenous dancers participate in a traditional healing ceremony for the mother earth at El Salvador del Mundo Square in San Salvador, December 10, 2014. Salvadorean indigenous organizations participated in a ceremony to ask for solutions to stop climate change and respect planet earth as the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP 20 is bring held in Peru. (Photo by Jose Cabezas/Reuters)

Indigenous dancers participate in a traditional healing ceremony for the mother earth at El Salvador del Mundo Square in San Salvador, December 10, 2014. Salvadorean indigenous organizations participated in a ceremony to ask for solutions to stop climate change and respect planet earth as the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP 20 is bring held in Peru. The two-week long United Nations climate summit opened on December 1 in Lima, with experts and analysts from around the world gathering to discuss melting glaciers and extreme weather patterns. (Photo by Jose Cabezas/Reuters)
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12 Dec 2014 12:51:00
Grows Crystals On Books By Alexis Arnold

People will spout about impermanence of digital records, but books are really fragile, too. Alexis Arnold from San Francisco wanted to illustrate that with her project The Crystallized Book: collecting books and growing Borax crystals on them. Books range from literature classics to magazines, and there’s even a mysterious and arcane tome called “Linux: The Complete Manual”.
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12 Jun 2015 10:55:00