Every music genres on a single map…

This website offers a complete list of music genres, presented as a map, and it allows you to listen to a sound extract every time you click on a keyword. You should try this if you like listening to music, you might discover artists that you appreciate.

a website which offers a map of all sorts of music genres

                                             a website which offers a map of all sorts of music genres

There is also a page on the website which lists genres and artists by year of production, starting in 1950. Overall, quite interesting. ENJOY !

Source : https://www.lesinrocks.com/2014/09/08/musique/every-noise-at-once-musique-page-11523075/

USA’s map through their history

The urbandictionary.com says :

Graphics Interchange Format. GIFs are image files that are compressed to reduce transfer time. The proper pronunciation of the acronym is a soft “g” sound: like JIF.


Map of the USA

Map of the USA

This above is an animated graphic of the map of the USA throughout their history.

It is too quick, so you can watch each single picture on this website : http://gif-explode.com

Now if you prefer the commented version, you can watch :


A Badger Cull in West Somerset

Thefreedictionary.com says :

cull (kʌl)
vb (tr)
1. to choose or gather the best or required examples
2. (Agriculture) to take out (an animal, esp an inferior one) from a herd
3. (Agriculture) to reduce the size of (a herd or flock) by killing a proportion of its members
4. (Horticulture) to gather (flowers, fruit, etc)
5. to cease to employ; get rid of
6. the act or product of culling
7. (Agriculture) an inferior animal taken from a herd or group

So, a cull is an act of killing a proportion of animals in order to reduce their population.

What is a badger ? If you have seen Fantastic Mr. Fox, you have met Mr. Badger :

Mr. Badger


And where is West Somerset ? Somewhere on the western coast of England :



Now you can watch this report about the badger cull in West Somerset :


Source: http://www.theguardian.com