Here's what caught our eye on the internet this week.
The yearly cost of tuition for a young girl in Zambia is roughly $1,200. Join me in supporting Charity, a sassy and curious young woman living in Liuwa Plain National Park who needs help. You never know: She could be the next president of Zambia. – Berit, senior editor
Why am I only finding out about the charming Facebook-first video series Brief But Spectacular on its 100th episode? I have a lot of catching up to do. – Jeralyn, editorial director
A new museum is coming to Midtown Manhattan, and it's for the James Bond in all of us. Spyscape, designed by the same architects behind D.C.'s Smithsonian National Museum of African American History, will feature interactive exhibits on espionage, hacking, and cyber-security. It's set to open in December, but you can buy tickets on their website now. – Daniel, editor
Our pals at Nowhere sent us these two adorable videos of adventures with baby (in Amsterdam and Copenhagen) and toddler (in Japan). - Pavia, CEO
Heads up: Apparently, posting photos of the Eiffel Tower at night with lights on is considered copyright infringement. – Daniel
Adding a hot steam sand bath to my must-try list next time I'm in Japan. – Berit
Loving this photo story about Italy's apparent obsession with roadside statues. – Daniel
Speaking of obsessions, I am so amused by these photos of people who look like paintings. - Pavia
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