Webby’s voting ends TOMORROW!

Cast your vote for the awesome lineup of PBS nominees, including the epic Kutiman Thru Tokyo mashup!

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funnyordie:

Animal Fact of the Day

It’s hard to explain this pun to a tree frog… they take things literally. 

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

April 23, 1564: William Shakespeare Is Born

This day in 1564 is widely known to be the day of William Shakespeare’s birth. Take Shakespeare Uncovered's “Which Shakespeare Character Are You?” quiz to see if you’re a Macbeth, Hamlet or Ophelia!

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Vote for PBS Idea Channel’s Mike Rugnetta HERE and HERE. 
Vote for Shanks FX HERE. 
Vote for Thru Tokyo HERE.
For all PBS Webby information, click HERE. 
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Vote for PBS Idea Channel’s Mike Rugnetta HERE and HERE. 
Vote for Shanks FX HERE. 
Vote for Thru Tokyo HERE.
For all PBS Webby information, click HERE. 
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Vote for PBS Idea Channel’s Mike Rugnetta HERE and HERE. 
Vote for Shanks FX HERE. 
Vote for Thru Tokyo HERE.
For all PBS Webby information, click HERE. 
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Vote for PBS Idea Channel’s Mike Rugnetta HERE and HERE. 
Vote for Shanks FX HERE. 
Vote for Thru Tokyo HERE.
For all PBS Webby information, click HERE. 
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Vote for PBS Idea Channel’s Mike Rugnetta HERE and HERE. 

Vote for Shanks FX HERE. 

Vote for Thru Tokyo HERE.

For all PBS Webby information, click HERE. 

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono talk about love in this lost, animated interview. 
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After winning Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars,” Kastle Sorensen and her “Kastle’s Kreations” food truck have turned Alaska’s cupcake scene upside down.

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1 Week Left In People’s Voice!

webbys:

With just one week left to decide the fate of our Nominees…it’s getting real. 

Dots are being offered:

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Vimeo is feeling needy:

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Steve Holt’s name is being tossed around casually:

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And the GIFs from PBS are coming out full force:

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The countdown is on. And our Nominees are prepared for battle

Who will prevail in sweet sweet victory? You decide

I think we were pretty clear in our gif… DO IT. Vote for us here: http://www.pbs.org/awards/2013-webby-awards/

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thebrainscoop:

Presley for President: Emily Graslie Impressions

You might remember Presley from last year’s VidCon EDU panel where she made John Green (and, well, all of us) get a little misty-eyed after saying, as a home-schooled student, she felt as though we were her favorite teachers. Last night she uploaded this video where she did some wildly accurate impersonations of yours truly - I seriously died laughing.

Sometimes I forget how big of a potential influence my videos may have on others; this sort of thing is the ultimate encouraging reminder to stay dedicated to my mission of creating educational content for long as I live. 

Amazing.

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theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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jtotheizzoe:

theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]
from Scientific American

“Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”
Written & narrated by Mark FischettiAssistant editor: Kathryn FreeProduced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.
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theolduvaigorge:

What Happens to Your Body after You Die? [animation]

  • from Scientific American

Whatever your beliefs, most people would agree that the body left behind when we depart this mortal coil is just a heap of bones and flesh. But what happens to those leftovers? Assuming that nature is left to its own devices, our bodies undergo a fairly standard process of decomposition that can take anywhere from two weeks to two years.”


Written & narrated by Mark Fischetti
Assistant editor: Kathryn Free
Produced, edited & animated by Eric R. Olson

(Source: Scientific American)

I can’t wait to be a tree. Well, actually I CAN wait, but it’s gonna be cool when it happens.

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pbsparents:

Made with just a few ingredients, these deviled egg chicks may be the cutest Easter appetizer of all: http://to.pbs.org/1hPcyob
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pbsparents:

Made with just a few ingredients, these deviled egg chicks may be the cutest Easter appetizer of all: http://to.pbs.org/1hPcyob
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pbsparents:

Made with just a few ingredients, these deviled egg chicks may be the cutest Easter appetizer of all: http://to.pbs.org/1hPcyob

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