Rock isn’t dead. Neither are weird Russian memes or fear of heights. FTN Daily Edition #107 with links from The New Yorker, The Poke, Global Voices, Uproxx.
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Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, young directors who go by the joint film credit Daniels, are known for reality-warped…www.newyorker.com
Filmmakers push the boundaries. Raffi Khatchadourian for The New Yorker:
The result, empathetic and precise, could easily work as a gallery installation.
A fascinating psychology experiment to see how people react to difficult situations - 67 people who had never been on a…www.thepoke.co.uk
This video is making the rounds for a reason. Poke Staff for The Poke:
67 people who had never been on a 10-metre (33 feet) diving tower before
Come and marvel at Zhdun
If you're like me, yuck, and you probably spend too much time browsing the Russian Internet, where you've definitely…globalvoices.org
This new Russian meme is quite weird. Of course it is. Kevin Rothrock for Global Voices:
Despite his lack of feet, Zhdun has even found himself in Vladimir Putin’s shoes.
Rumors of Rock’s death have been greatly exaggerated
For as long as I have been listening to rock 'n' roll, people have been telling me that the music I love is dead. When…uproxx.com
Despite all naysayers, Rock is alive and well. Steven Hyden for Uproxx:
Of course, there were those who argued that rock died before I was even born.
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